Hundreds of alumni descended on campus for three days from Friday, Oct. 12 through Sunday, Oct.14, with most activities taking place on Saturday. Many Keystone grads traveled hundreds or even thousands of miles and stayed at area hotels for the weekend.
As she looks back on a satisfying career, Elizabeth Walpole Hofmeister credits her education at Keystone for providing the critical foundation that would lead to a satisfying long-term journalism career.
Keystone alumni often say they began laying the foundation for successful careers during their time on campus. That’s especially true for 1991 graduate Tom See, who started planning his future the very first day he came to Keystone.
Anne’s experience studying animal behavior at Keystone College has helped turn her childhood passion into a lifelong dream.