Pamela Nelson ’74

Pamela Nelson ’74

Pamela Nelson, noted mixed-media artist and arts advocate, is exhibiting her work through November 22 at St. Matthew’s Cathedral Arts Justus Sundermann Gallery in Dallas.

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James Hoggard ’63

James Hoggard ’63

James Hoggard has had two new collection of poems published: Soon After Rain (Wings Press) and James Hoggard: New and Selected Poems (TCU Press).

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Meadows Fall Dance Concert, November 11-15

Meadows Fall Dance Concert, November 11-15

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Congratulations! Men’s Soccer Wins AAC Title

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Thomas W. Neary ’83

Thomas W. Neary ’83

Thomas W. Neary has been appointed chief investment officer by Sterns Lending, LLC.

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Ian McCann ’00

Ian McCann has been named manager of Talent Acquisition Compliance and Analytics for Comcast’s Central Division, based in Atlanta.

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Jennifer Taylor Fargo ’96

Jennifer Taylor Fargo, a partner at Thompson & Knight LLP, has been selected as a fellow of the prestigious American College of Mortgage Attorneys.

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Lindsay Seidel Fleming ’14 and Jacob Fleming ’13

Lindsay Seidel Fleming ’14 and Jacob Fleming ’13

Lindsay Seidel Fleming and Jacob Fleming were married on August 1 at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center in Dallas.

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Amy Bishop ’88

Amy Bishop ’88

Amy Bishop has been selected as the new Texas County & District Retirement System director, effective January 17.

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SMU Theatre Alumni Gather In California To Honor Beloved Professors

In an article for the Dallas Observer, SMU alumna Elaine Liner ’05 writes about a reunion of SMU theatre graduates from the 1970s and ’80s who gathered recently to honor three beloved professors: Jack Clay, chair of the theatre department in Meadows School of the Arts from 1968 to 1985, and voice teacher Margaret “Peggy” Loft (now both in their 90s), as well as movement and fight choreography teacher Jim Hancock.

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