Class of 2010 Introduces Blog for Seniors

For ease of communication regarding things like the Senior Class of 2010 Gift and other important matters, wouldn’t it be nice if there was a medium by which seniors could communicate?   Well, the Senior Class Gift Committee recently kicked off the Class of 2010 blog to fulfill that service.

In blog post number one on the site, posted on September 10 by Chairperson Michael Lampariello of the 2010 Senior Class Gift, Lampariello introduced the blog’s mission statement: will soon be your resource for everything about you need to know about your senior year…Members of the 2010 Senior Class Gift Committee will be profiling newsworthy topics, senior events, and alumni perspectives throughout the year.

This blog, with a similar design and organization to Onward State, allows for easy navigation through the site.  It includes short, entertaining posts which are both easy to read and informative.

A common post (above) includes the latest in events and news which the Senior Class Gift Committee finds pertinent in the lives of Seniors.  To the Class of 2010, is no doubt your best means of keeping up to date with your class.

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