Arizona. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and www.pennclubaz.org for complete up-to-date details of our planned activities. Do not miss our regularly occurring mixers, community-service projects, family-friendly sporting events, and special-speaker series.
Bucks County, Pa. Please join us on Wed., May 6, at the Hattery Stove & Still in Doylestown for our first Professor Lecture Series Event. Penn Law’s Paul Robinson will discuss his forthcoming book Pirates, Prisoners, and Lepers: Lessons From Life Outside the Law. Dinner will be served. For details, www.alumni.upenn.edu/pennbuckscounty.
Chicago. On Sun., June 28, we invite all Chicagoland alumni to join us for a planning and leadership meeting at the Free Range Office, 10—11:30am, hosted by Liane Jackson C’93. Please RSVP on our website www.pennclubchicago.com.
Houston. On May 28, we will spotlight local-news anchor, Ilona Carson C’97, who will provide a tour of the KTRK/ABC 13 news station and speak about how the rise of social media and cable-news programs have effected local news. Visit pennhouston.org for details.
Louisiana. We are looking forward to our spring programs. Please “like” us on Facebook to learn more (PennClubOfLouisiana) or email Club President Austin Lavin C’06 at Penncluboflouisiana@gmail.com.
Metro New Jersey. Join us on Wed., June 3, at 6:30pm, for our Wesley A. Stanger Jr. Annual Spring Dinner as we honor the Thomas Newmann Outstanding Scholars accepted into the Class of 2019. Our guest speaker will be Michael Horowitz, associate professor of political science. The event will be held at the Cedar Hill Golf and Country Club in Livingston. Register at www.pennclubmetronj.com.
Northern California. Join us at our spring and summer events in the Bay Area including our annual Land’s End Hike in June, which always gathers a crowd, and our monthly socials for alumni and Ivy League friends. For invitations, register on our website: www.ncpennclub.com.
Portland. Our annual Summer Lawn Party will be held in late July; Alumni and friends will have a chance to meet the incoming Oregon and SW Washington members of the Penn Class of 2019. Also, check our website in June for the latest local high-school recipients of the Penn Club of Portland Book Awards. For details, www.pennclubofportland.org.
Seattle. On May 20, we will be welcoming Penn political-science professor Avery Goldstein C’76 GEd’76 for a faculty lecture. Later in the summer, we shall have more social events and outdoor events, too. Stay tunedat www.pennclubofseattle.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alumni Relations is looking forward to welcoming all newly admitted students and their families into the Penn community. Please check www.alumni.upenn.edu/welcome2015 for a list of regional welcome events being held throughout the summer.