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SPR-SUM 2017

The alumni magazine for Franklin Pierce University.

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72 PIERCE / SPRING 2017 GIVING C ollege days bring some of life's finest memories: meeting lifelong friends and spouses, discover- ing your passion, finding yourself. At Pierce, you learned lessons you took with you your whole life. That's just one reason to contribute as part of this year's Reunion Giving Campaign. Our Reunion Giving chairs reflect on their time at Franklin Pierce and share why they give back – and hope that you will, too. Reunion Giving Chairs Share Pierce Pride Dan Snell '67 REUNION CO-CHAIR CLASS OF 1967 B.A., MARKETING What do you remember most about your graduation year? Working at the center store in Rindge and living upstairs with two classmates. Describe your Franklin Pierce experience in one word: Camaraderie Arthur "Art" Fink '72 REUNION CHAIR CLASS OF 1972 B.A., ECONOMICS Favorite Pierce memory: My senior year was an awakening. I had matured, met my wife, my lifetime soulmate, developed into the person I am today and made lifelong friendships along the way. It was the pinnacle of my Pierce career.

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