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CCRI Alumni Newsletter

Welcome!

January 2012

Welcome to the first issue of Knightline, a new e-newsletter for CCRI alumni and friends. This publication will be sent to you via e-mail three times per year in January, April and September to keep you informed about college and alumni news. In addition, we may send you periodic updates about important happenings at CCRI. Read more »

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Self-service portal offers new features

Inline ImageThe Community College of Rhode Island has introduced a new self-service portal that improves the way alumni and friends connect with the college online. Called My Alumni & Friends, this new tool allows users to register for events, update their contact information and make a gift on a secure, password-protected site. Read more »

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Alumni memories sought for Knight Campus documentary

CCRI student Lawrence O'Leary CCRI student Lawrence O’Leary is merging the past and present with a documentary film about the Knight Campus to commemorate the building’s upcoming 40th anniversary. O’Leary has been conducting interviews with alumni, retired and active faculty and staff, and one of the building’s original architects, Bob Reilly. Aside from the historical facts, he is seeking unique stories, particularly from alumni, about the building’s history. Read more »

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Terry Shea ’78 is an arcade games entrepreneur

Terry Shea ’78 Terry Shea ’78 is taking arcade games out of the mall and out on the road. Shea is the founder of Games on the Go, a business based in Florida that rents out an RV filled with the latest arcade games for birthday parties and other events. Read more »

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Foundation fundraiser honors champions of business, education and community

Inline Image The CCRI Foundation held its fifth annual “Changing Lives Celebration, A Cool Winter’s Evening” to honor three outstanding community leaders while raising funds to help even more students achieve their dreams. The Foundation honored Year Up Providence; Walter Jachna '98 and Eileen Jeanes Jachna; and Independent Insurance Agents of Rhode Island as leaders in community, education and business, respectively, during a fundraiser held on Dec. 1 at Rhodes on the Pawtuxet in Cranston. Read more »

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