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Gallaudet 150th Anniversary CalendarSorenson Communications produced a stunning 2014 calendar with a Gallaudet focus on each page. Gallaudet's continuity and change are reflected each month as the calendar highlights academics, diversity, athletics, research, communication, the Gallaudet University Alumni Association, technology, student organizations, and buildings old and new.
For a $25 donation ($10 for students), this calendar can be yours.
150 MedallionArtist Ann Silver '72, designed the beautiful 2 ½ inch diameter, bronze 150th Anniversary Medallion depicting the Tower Clock as a symbol of the strength and unity Gallaudet University has maintained throughout 150 years of change and the sesquicentennial theme, 150 Years of Visionary Leadership. This theme inspires us to celebrate this significant milestone and reaffirm our commitment to maintain Gallaudet University's longstanding reputation as the first choice in higher education for deaf and hard of hearing students.
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Gallaudet's 150th celebration is made possible by generous support from:
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GOLDPhilip L. Graham Fund SVRS Logo
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