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In Memoriam: Robert A. Day ’65 P’12

In Memoriam: Robert A. Day ’65 P’12

Robert A. Day ’65 P’12, a visionary philanthropist whose legacy is woven into the fabric of CMC, passed away on September 14. He was 79.

From the time he matriculated as a student in 1960, and throughout more than five decades as a Trustee, Day embraced and advanced CMC’s mission, generously supporting initiatives designed to help develop future responsible leaders. His name graces some of CMC’s most notable programs and institutions, including the Robert Day Scholars Program, the Robert Day School of Economics and Finance, and the future Robert Day Sciences Center.

Thank you to everyone who submitted memories and reflections about Robert Day’s impact on CMC. Read the collection here.

Qwalala is Latest to Enrich CMC’s Public Art Program

Qwalala is Latest to Enrich CMC’s Public Art Program

The newest installment of CMC’s Public Art Program—a 250-foot-long glass sculpture created by American artist Pae White—was unveiled Sept. 20 on campus. “Qwalala is a stunning new addition,” said Kimberly Shiring, director of the program.

Celebrating 40 Years at the Athenaeum

Celebrating 40 Years at the Athenaeum

The Athenaeum—which is celebrating its 40th Anniversary—kicked off with an exciting slate of world-renowned speakers, including a packed opening night. Also, meet the new Ath Fellows who are advancing constructive dialogue and viewpoint diversity this academic year.


WSJ Ranks CMC as a Top U.S. College

The Wall Street Journal ranked CMC #9 in the nation for preparing students for employment following graduation, landing jobs with maximum initial salaries, and facilitating on-time graduations.


Encouraging Viewpoint Diversity

As she was installed as the Alice Tweed Tuohy Associate Professor of Management and Government, Professor Shanna Rose shared how she prepares her students to be interdisciplinary, open to viewpoint diversity, and data-focused—all hallmarks of a CMC education.


Inspired to Pursue a Career in Wealth Management

Dorismar Cuevas ’25 spent the summer immersed in asset management. As part of the Girls Who Invest program, she learned about finance and investment at the Wharton School and interned with Morgan Stanley’s Global Investment Office in New York.


Alumni in Action: Skip Sanzeri ’83

Since graduating from CMC 40 years ago, Skip Sanzeri ’83 has mentored dozens of students, recent graduates, and even high school students interested in attending CMC. It’s his way of giving back. “I certainly feel like I owe a lot to CMC,” he said.


CMS Announces Ted Ducey Hall of Fame Class of 2024

A total of 10 Athenas and Stags will become the newest members of the Ted Ducey CMS Hall of Fame when the Class of 2024 is honored on Jan. 21 at Roberts Pavilion, the CMS athletic department announced this month.


1,946 Donors in 1,946 Minutes

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