AUPDC occasionally publishes a newsletter that seeks to give voice to alumni in the area by providing topical news and highlights from AUP, and information about the different ways that we can all
add value to our local AUP community. You will also see a calendar of upcoming events that are organized by the Chapter or are related to the French culture we enjoyed together in Paris.
We encourage you to get involved, give input, and share what is news with you, too.
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|April||latest issue: Joe Ruth, Class of '65, a member of the AUP Board of Trustees and AUPDC Board of Directors, shares memories of the early years of The American College in Paris, a two-year liberal arts college known then as ACP.|
|November||in this issue: ACP '60s reunion in DC.|
|in this issue: AUPDC co-founders pass leadership to a new generation; meet your new Chapter officers.|
|May||in this issue: A summary of a local reception for AUP President Schenck, plus Libby (Fellows) Dudley, Class of 1966, shares memories of her trip to St. Pierre et Miquelon, France, off the southwest coast of Newfoundland.|
|November||in this issue: A profile of Judith Ogilvie, Chair of AUP Board of Trustees and founder and first Secretary of AUPDC, plus photos from the Bastille Day picnic.|
|March||in this issue: A profile of AUPDC founder and first President, Peggy Montgomery, and a tribute to Sherry Hanks, Class of '66.|
|October||in this issue: A report from the AUPDC Board of Directors and a profile of former Treasurer, Robert Poccia.|
|May||in this issue: An introduction to AUPDC, including the Chapter mission, purpose, objectives, and by-laws.|
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