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Mon @ 3:10 pm
Dec 2016

Fall 2016 Newsletter


In this edition of the Club newsletter, Editor-in-Chief Sara (Arnold) Milam ’06 looks back on the 2005-2010 era.  Download the newsletter more »

Mon @ 10:44 am
May 2016
Tue @ 8:03 pm
May 2016

Spring 2016 Newsletter


In this edition of the club newsletter, George Harris ’73 recalls a perilous time when “Drastic steps were necessary to save more »

Thu @ 10:02 am
Dec 2015

David Willard ’60


David Alan Willard, M.D., FACP, FACE, of Marlton NJ, and formerly of Princeton NJ and Bethel ME, died December 12, 2015. more »

Sun @ 9:51 pm
Dec 2015

Fall 2015 Newsletter


In this issue: A look back at the years 2000 – 2005 A mysterious new addition to the club’s landscape more »

Wed @ 1:50 pm
May 2015

Terrace Memorabilia – Resurrected!


Attention Terrans! If you’re like us, your wardrobe consists mostly of Terrace t-shirts and hoodies. But how do you fill more »

Thu @ 12:13 pm
May 2015

Spring 2015 Alumni Newsletter


Download the spring 2015 alumni newsletter as a PDF … we are pleased to share here, as an addendum to more »

Mon @ 3:23 pm
Jan 2015

Be an Alumni Mentor!


We’re firing up a pilot program to pair current Alumni mentors with current Terrace members who are interested in particular professional, creative or scholarly fields. Learn more & sign up!

Tue @ 8:04 am
Dec 2014

Read the Fall 2014 Alumni Newsletter

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Read the fall newsletter, featuring a tribute to William Scheide ’36, a look back at the momentous late 1980s when chef Barton Rouse “stoked and tended the Terrace flame,” and a moving adieu from president Chris St. John ’15.

Sun @ 7:55 pm
May 2014

Why Terrace Became the First Club to “Unbicker”

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With this article, we begin a new initiative to cover an important event or era in Terrace’s history in each issue of the newsletter. Pavithra Vijayakumar ‘15, Alumni Relations Chair, examines the history of Terrace’s switch to the sign-in system, with interviews of Terrace alumni who witnessed and participated in the end of bicker at the club.