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Bloomfield College Shares Summer Issue of "On The Green"

By Alicia Cook

The latest issue of the College’s award-winning magazine has arrived. Available in both print and digital, the summer issue contains a special Q&A and photo shoot with Dr. Marcheta P. Evans, the College’s history-making 17th President, and Richard A. Levao, President Emeritus. Additionally, the issue contains a touching tribute to Humanities’ professor Dr. Angela Conrad who passed away this year; full commencement coverage; a great deal of campus news; an energized Athletics’ spread; a spotlight on Trustee Joanne T. Marren and the College’s decision to rename a lecture hall after her; many current student and alumni stories; and more. The stunning cover, along with most of interior photos, was photographed by the College’s go-to photographer, Roy Groething, with the overall concept and feel of the magazine designed by Eric Miller. The author of the magazine is Alicia Cook, Director of Institutional Communications and Campaign Marketing.

VIEW ON THE GREEN.