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Online Only Content: The World Issue

In ways big and small, the Keene State community is changing the world by experiencing it first-hand. This issue of Keene State Today is dedicated to international engagement on the part of alumni, faculty, and students – be it through study or service abroad, living and working in other countries, or conducting research in far flung places.

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Keep in Touch, Oui?

Parlez-vous français? If your answer is “bien sûr,” read on! More about Keep in Touch, Oui?

‘Connections Are What I Made’

Music teacher Dayna Lee Drake-Walker writes about the travels and research she undertook through two Fulbright fellowships. More about ‘Connections Are What I Made’

A Responsibility to Work for Justice

The founder of Collaborative Media International, George F. Roberson ’86, writes about his time at Keene State and his work to further intercultural understanding. More about A Responsibility to Work for Justice

'Exhausting and Exhilarating'

A book by Professors Jo Beth Mullens and Pru Cuper, Fostering Global Citizenship Through Faculty-Led International Programs, offers encouragement and practical advice for taking students on trips overseas. More about 'Exhausting and Exhilarating'


A Month in the Land of the Thousand Hills

Alexander Habibi ’15 traveled to Rwanda this summer with a group of Keene State students and Professor Therese Seibert. He spoke by phone with Keene State Today about the experience. More about A Month in the Land of the Thousand Hills


Images of South Africa


Class Notes Extras

Marry Me?

Army Specialist Nicholas Greenwood ’13 got some help from his platoon in proposing to his beloved. Watch the story on WMUR.

An Engaging Moment

Chris Reynolds ’10 writes of his engagement to Jackie Vehlies ’10: “We want to share our engagement, which actually took place right next to Brickyard Pond by the Redfern Arts Center on Saturday, April 5. Jackie and I met in Pondside 1 our freshman year (2006) and started dating a few weeks later. We have been together ever since. For the proposal I asked the student organization Chock Full o' Notes to be part of a flash mob serenade of our song, “Faithfully” by Journey. And they did so graciously and amazingly.” Watch the video.

A KSC Family

Caleb’s parents,  Christopher Daignault and Jennifer Raisanen, graduated from KSC in 2009. Caleb will be turning 4 in January.
 
Caleb’s parents, Christopher Daignault and Jennifer Raisanen, graduated from KSC in 2009. Caleb will be turning 4 in January.
 


Archive

Browse online content from previous issues of Keene State Today. More about Archive