Department of History

Alumni

[above:  the fabulous MACKAY sisters, TARA & ERIN,
incognito but recognizable]

Four BA History basketball alumni plus one who got away:
ED ALBANO, Florida real estate mogul,
BRENDAN MURRAY, public servant,
PAT SCANLON, MVILLE Varsity Basketball coach,
TIM DOOLEY, History teacher/basketball coach,

and JOHN DANIELSKI, aspiring teacher,
in the West Room, fall, 2004.  We love you anyway, Brendan, 
because you hang out with
"THE FEW, THE PROUD, THE LITERATE." 

[above:  Class of 1993, ten years later, still together--but where's CHIP?]

[above:  PETE ROTOLO '00, The Founder of the annual
History Alumni BBQ, with CHARLES WILLIAMSON '00]

Anyone who knows Manhattanville will agree that the
ALUMNI OF THE DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY
remain connected to their Alma Mater via the friends
they made while studying the world's greatest subject.  

The Department of History facilitates alumni togetherness via its annual
Alumni Barbeque, founded in 1999 by Pete Rotolo '00 [see above], and perpetuated by loyal alumni and current students on their way to
becoming alumni.  

Many History alumni are also a part of the
West Point Football Saturday tradition, now in its second decade, held
annually at the United States Military Academy during football
season and organized by Jayson Farrer, Paul Cangro, & Lawson Bowling.
THE FOURTEENTH ANNUAL
WEST POINT FOOTBALL SATURDAY HAPPENED ON OCTOBER 7th, 2006.

USE THIS LINK TO FIND 2006 PICTURES:



USE THIS LINK TO FIND 2005 PICTURES:



USE THIS LINK TO FIND 2004 PICTURES:



USE THIS LINK TO FIND 2003 PICTURES:



Alumni News may be found in the NEWSLETTER portion of the website.

Alumni are always invited to send
news to the Department
.

 

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Bob Kasmire,
1992 Recipient of the
Howard Bloomquist Award for the Best Achievement in History by a
Graduating Senior,
 showing he's still got it,
at the 2004 Alumni
Basketball game.