Regional Roar

Regional Roar is the newsletter of the Committee on Regional Associations.

Spring 2016

Spring 2016 Regional Roar

This issue of the Regional Roar celebrates volunteers, with tips on planning a community service event, as well as ideas for thanking those who give their time to the regional association. Readers are encouraged to share ideas or ask questions about these topics on the Committee on Regional Associations e-mail discussion group in TigerNet.

Learn more about planning local community service projects and thanking alumni volunteers [PDF]

Winter 2016

Winter 2016 Regional Roar

The December 2016 edition of the Regional Roar features regional associations partnering with affiliated/affinity groups to increase alumni engagement. This issue also highlights the University Speakers Bureau and the Take Your Association to the Next Level grant.

Learn more about the regional associations partnering with affiliated/affinity groups [PDF]

Fall 2016

Fall 2016 Regional Roar

The October 2016 edition is CALLING ALL TIGERS back to campus for a Tiger-spirit-filled weekend focused on Princeton's ongoing commitment to service. This issue also features a message from the President of the Alumni Association Jeffrey N. Wieser '74.

Learn more about Alumni Volunteer Weekend: October 20-22, 2016 [PDF]

Spring 2015

Spring 2015 Regional Roar

In 2013, Nancy Newman '78 introduced C.H.E.E.R., the theme that overarches the Alumni Council Executive Committee's activities during her two-year term as Chair of the Alumni Council. C.H.E.E.R. urges alumni volunteers to Celebrate, Honor, Embrace, Engage and Recognize the alumni community. The Spring 2015 issue of the Regional Roar highlights tips, resources and activities to help regional associations incorporate C.H.E.E.R. into events.

Learn more about C.H.E.E.R. [PDF]

Winter 2015

Winter 2015 Regional Roar

The December 2015 edition of the Regional Roar highlights funding sources available to regional associations to jumpstart an idea that can take your club to the next level of engagement. This issue also addresses the University Speakers Bureau and requests your participation in a Careers Committee survey.

Read More [PDF]

Fall 2015

Fall 2015 Regional Roar

The Fall 2015 edition of the Regional Roar highlights the Princeton pre-read selection for the Class of 2019, Whistling Vivaldi: How Stereotypes Affect Us and What We Can Do by Claude M. Steele. This issue also features tools and tips for regional associations seeking to increase participation and regional involvement by LGBTQ+ alumni.

Read more [PDF]

Winter 2014

Winter 2014 Regional Roar

The Winter 2014 edition of the Regional Roar gives an overview of the Committee on Regional Affairs "Take Your Association to the Next Level" grants and the APGA's Regional grant. The newsletter highlights several grant recipients and the success of their efforts.

Learn how these grants have benefited past recipients [PDF]

Winter 2013

Regional Roar

The Winter 2013 edition features the "Dear CORA" column. Once a Seventeen magazine advice guru to teenage girls everywhere, CORA's own P.G. Sittenfeld '07, Past President of the Ohio Valley Princeton Association, replies to regional leadership queries in the "Dear CORA" column.

Read the responses to regional queries [PDF]