Natalie Serber, English faculty, published a review of Eliza Robertson's Wallflowers in The New York Times' Book Review section in October 2014.
The purpose of the Marylhurst University Alumni Association (MUAA) is to encourage affiliations among you, other alumni and the university.
The alumni association supports the mission of Marylhurst and seeks to create opportunities for enhancing the intellectual, spiritual, social and professional relationships of its members.
We are currently reevaluating the structure of our alumni association in an effort to find new ways of connecting with our alumni and making it more representative of our alumni across the country. If you have ideas and input about the alumni association, we would appreciate hearing from you.
In the interim, the alumni association and alumni benefits are still in place. The Reunion Weekend Committee also continues to be very helpful in planning the event in October that helps alumni reconnect with each other and with Marylhurst. Additional ideas for the restructured alumni association, include networking, travel opportunities, highlighting faculty, increased online/distance interactions and more. You can keep up to date with Marylhurst on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter.