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Alumni and friends return to campus to celebrate at Homecoming.

Join us in welcoming local higher education professional, Dr. Erica Broman, as vice president for Institutional Advancement
Describing him as the top candidate with a solid vision for the university, the Westfield State University Board of Trustees unanimously recommended Dr. Ramon Torrecilha, a lifelong educator who has worked across higher education divisions and departments to build successful programs to support student success, as the sole finalist for the presidency of Westfield State University.
Town Hall Meeting, February 26, 2015. 2 P.M. at Dever Stage.
Tony Kopacz '14, a recent Biology graduate, spent time this past summer volunteering for the Save the Elephant Foundation.
Garvey Communication Associates, Inc. (GCAi) has announced the appointment of Darcy A. Fortune '13 as SEO Public Relations Analyst.

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Zydalis Bauer '11 has been chosen to host WGBY'S new bilingual program "Presencia” with co-host Veronica Garcia. This show will feature Latino residents, artists, business owners, students and more living and working in Western New England. The stories are created by individuals in the Greater Springfield community with the help of members of the Latino Youth Media Institute. "Presencia" is the first bilingual TV show produced by WGBY for the Latino community and will air on Thursdays at 7:30 pm. Bauer graduated from Westfield State with a degree in communications and during that time she also interned for WGBY's Latino Youth Media Institute.



Russell T. Kleber '84 has been named chief of the Athol Police Department in Massachusetts. Kleber is a Worcester native and supervisory special agent with the FBI in Quantico, VA, and also a faculty member of the FBI Academy where he teaches leadership and ethics to new agents. He studied Criminal Justice at Westfield State and has previously served on the Charlton and Auburn Police Departments.


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