Gunston alumna Ora Beth Mika ʼ03 worked in the healthcare field until her husband bought her a baking mixer. Now, she is competing in a televised baking competition show for a golden egg filled with $25,000.
The Gunston School has a long tradition of committed, engaged, and connected alumni. Our goal in the Office of Advancement and Alumni is to provide the mechanism by which our alumni stay in touch with the school and with each other. Each year we welcome our alumni back on campus for receptions and events ranging from varsity sporting events and alumni games to annual major events such as our Bull Roast and the Auction. We strive to keep our doors open to our alumni and we encourage you to come back and visit whenever you can.
In addition to hosting events on and off campus, we share information with our alumni through a variety of print and electronic media. Keep an eye out for Multum in Parvo, which highlights happenings on campus as well as alumni news and notes. Also, anyone interested in receiving weekly updates about life on campus is welcome to subscribe to The Gunston Weekly, our weekly e-newsletter. Finally, find us on Facebook to keep up with events and news items as they happen.
We also do whatever we can to facilitate connections among our alumni. Anyone interested in finding a lost classmate, sharing stories, career networking and mentoring, or just seeing what's going on with some old friends should feel free to contact the Office of Advancement and Alumni.
Marie K. Thomas
Director of External Relations
Annabelle (Bellie) Camp (née Fichtner) '15 is a Conservation Fellow in the Winterthur/University of Delaware (UD) Program in Art Conservation, a three-year program jointly sponsored by the two institutions.
Bellie will graduate in 2022 with an M.S. in textile conservation.
The Class of 2020 on choosing a college, a major, and how to make connections during a pandemic.