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How to be an Awesome Alum
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George T. Cromwell ’53, a real estate developer from Anne Arundel County who was one of Washington College’s most loyal and generous alumni, died of cardiac arrest Thursday, July 16, 2015, one day after his 85th birthday. At the time of his death, he was a resident of Rock of Ages assisted living facility in Rock Hall, Maryland.
Commencement honored social activist David Mixner, Jordanian businessman Raouf Abujaber, and alumnus Charles Downs. The seniors also heard comedy from Class Speaker Rachel Dilliplane and a greeting from President-elect Sheila Bair.
Recognized for his outstanding advocacy for disabled persons, as well as his role as a civic leader and volunteer, Charles F. Downs ’59 has been appointed the Alumni Citation, the highest honor the Alumni Association can bestow upon its members.
A FREE April 17 concert by the Washington Toho Koto Society will celebrate Japan’s close ties to America and those cherry trees blossoming on the National Mall in D.C.