Fall-Winter 2015 News from Arcadia University Magazine
In the Fall/Winter 2015 Issue
Arcadia University Art Gallery is pleased to present Pati Hill: Photocopier, A Survey of Prints and Books (1974–83). Featuring more than 100 works on paper depicting subjects as common as a gum wrapper and as expansi...
View Letter From The President
To the Arcadia Community
AP Photo/John Locher The poker world has a new champion. Joe McKeehen '13 won the 2015 World Series of Poker (WSOP) Main Event, which concluded on Nov. 11. He bested a field of 6,420 players to take home the top priz...
A Look Back
Castle Celebrates Landmark Anniversary
On Oct. 11, 2015, the University celebrated the 30th anniversary of Grey Towers Castle being named a National Historic Landmark. A plaque was unveiled in a ceremony featuring members of the Castle Restoration Society, a group of four dozen students who help maintain and restore the glory of the Castle and also the other buildings that are original to the Harrison Estate.
“These buildings make our university unique from others,” said Randall Smedley ’16, society president. “With the work Arcadia has done with these buildings over the years, it shows that the University is up for the challenge of maintaining and restoring these beautiful buildings to their original glory.”
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