University of Pennsylvania


October 10, 1995
Volume 42 Number 7


Ben Hoyle's Leaving;
New Era Filing

The 25-Year Club: A Kind of Homecoming

The First 40 Years of the Twenty-Five Year Club

Same-Sex Benefits Notice
Death of Mr. Chang
Plea for Attentiveness (Kelley)
COUNCIL: Charges to the Committees;
Agenda for October 11; for the Year

Compass Features:
Hanging Out on the Health Corner
Helping Chinese Colleagues Raise Funds
Welcoming 36 Mayor's Scholars
Innovation Corner: The Paperless Office
Student Job-Hunting on the Net
Faculty-Staff Appreciation Day


Bulletins: Safety, Crime Alert, Training, and Volunteer Opportunities

CrimeStats, Update and Deadlines, Corrections

The Phone Book Salutes the Boathouse

Return to Almanac Homepage.

The 25-Year Club: A Kind of Homecoming

'Here's to Friendship...'

As Penn's 25-Year Club held its fortieth annual dinner last week, the traditional gathering had the air of a Homecoming celebration: faculty and staff of all ranks, those still-in-harness mingling with sometimes legendary retirees. Club leadership circulates throughout the campus. Above are two former chairs, Sam Cutrufello of Physical Plant (ret.) and Dr. Matt Stephens of Wharton, with the Club's one-time secretary Maud Tracy of Alumni Records (ret.)--a founding member of the Club whose 65th anniversary with the Penn family was being toasted only two days after her 85th birthday. Below, preparing to hand out badges to this year's 126 new members, are (left) Virginia Scherfel of Facilities Management (ret.), and (center), Patricia Hanrahan of International Programs, the outgoing secretary and incoming chair of the Club. In the background (wearing checked jacket) is Nora Bugis of Chemisty (ret.), the outgoing chair. More on pages 2- 3.