Alumnae News

An orange background with text that says "Alumnae news"From the Alumnae Association President
Kendra Armer ’93

When was the last time you submitted a class note? Wait—have you ever submitted one? Maybe you think you need to have an item that seems newsworthy enough, or maybe you’re not sure how to submit. Or maybe, like me, you always turn to that section of the magazine first to read what’s new with your classmates, and you wish they would send in more news!

Even in this social media age, I still want to hear all about what Scripps alums are up to, and it wouldn’t surprise me if you did, too. So please submit a class note, and tell us where you are, what you’re doing, and who you’ve seen lately, even if it doesn’t seem like big news. Do also share the big stuff—promotions, commitments, children, and graduations—but remember, you don’t have to wait for such occasions to get in touch!

You can submit class notes through your profile on the Scripps Community Network or send them to your class scribe, listed in the network. If your class does not yet have a scribe, think about signing up for the role or recommending someone who could take it on.

If you’ve heard exciting news about another Scripps grad, you can share that, too. You can also nominate candidates for the Distinguished Alumna and Outstanding Recent Alumna Awards, presented each year during Reunion Weekend. Maybe you know someone who should be profiled in the magazine, or who would make a great panelist at an event. Let us know!

If you need to set up your log-in credentials for the Scripps Community Network, contact Office of Alumnae Engagement at (909) 621-8054 or . They are
also happy to receive your class notes by mail or email, so I hope you will share some news soon!

Best wishes,

Kendra Armer ’93