Volume 75
Number 3

The Classes

"Thanks for the memories"
A message from AEA Executive Director Bob Carpenter

Sixth Alumni University

Class of ’34 endows scholarship

Japan Emory Alumni Assocation

Anthony Ephirim-Donkor ’88T-’94Phd

Mary Cobb Bugg Callahan ’77G

Raleigh H. Watson ’61D and Henry B. Patterson ’61D

William C. Warren IV ’79M-’82PEDS

"We Teach Possibilities"

Ghost Stories

In Hog Heaven






Class of ’34 endows scholarship

This fall, Emory will name the first recipient of the Class of 1934 Scholarship, funded by an endowment established to benefit students pursuing an arts and sciences or business degree.

Randolph W. Thrower ’34C-’36L (left) and Boisfeuillet Jones ’34C-’37L

More than $100,000 was contributed by thirty members of the class or their surviving spouses and descendants, after the idea for a namesake scholarship arose at the Class of 1934’s sixtieth reunion.

“This class has a pretty high regard for itself, and we felt its name ought to be perpetuated,” says Trustee Emeritus RANDOLPH W. THROWER ’34C-’36L. “We hope it will be somewhat of a challenge to other classes.”

Thrower, fellow Trustee Emeritus BOISFEUILLET JONES ’34C-’37L, and classmate MYRON F. STEVES Sr. ’34C, a retired Houston insurance executive, led the fund-raising drive.


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