got together in New York City to reconnect and reminisce. Pic-
tured are (front row) Jeanne (Sena) Rice, '75; Nancy (Johnson)
Church, '75; Mary (Dixon) Rogan, '77; Mary Ann (James) Ker-
win, '75; and back row, Jane (Cucinell) Solnick, '77; Ginger
(Broderick) Stawicki, '75; Mary (Bell) Farrell ,'77; Lynn
(Ivankovich) Caffrey, '76; MB (Shea) Wells, '76; Sue (Conners)
Engel, '75; Mary Beth (Bergan) Boyle, '76; and Rose Fleming,
mer dean of the university's journalism school, took on the
anti-media mentality during a program April 25 at the Robert
H. Jackson Center in Jamestown. "The truth is not dead," said
Coppola. "It's just being massaged and maneuvered by people
in power. Solid, good journalism will always find the truth."
The program was moderated by Chautauqua Institution Presi-
dent Michael E. Hill, '96, (left) and Jackson Center co-founder
brated National College Signing Day on May
1. St. Bonaventure alumni in the district wore
their Bona gear to celebrate and share their
Bona pride with students. Pictured at left are
Penn Yan Middle School staff Elizabeth Reed
Brown, '00, '01, Heather Creary, '12, and Sean
Dallos, '96. Pictured at right are Penn Yan Ele-
mentary School staff Kelly Sackett Dallos, '95,
'97, Rebecca Mitchell-Morse, '06, and Kara
Schroeder Gallagher, '10, '11.
Glenn Keidel and their wives vacationed together in Novem-
ber 2016 in Phoenix, Sedona and the Grand Canyon.
united for the Feb. 4 men's basketball game
vs. Virginia Commonwealth University in the
Reilly Center. Pictured from left are Fran
Machina, Mario Russo, Chuck Buell, Gerry
Golden and Tim McMorrow.