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Teddi Alumni Look Back on the Dance for Love Chris Keyes ’10 performs the Hand Jive

02/08/2017 - With the Teddi Dance for Love celebrating 35 years this month, College News Highlights caught up with a few past chairs of the Teddi Dance to hear what songs got their feet moving, what their favorite memories were, and what they’d say to the 2017 dancers.

35 Years. 24 Hours. A Lifetime of Memories. Dancers at the 1985 Teddi Dance for Love

02/02/2017 - When dancers take the floor for the 2017 Teddi Dance for Love, they step into a legacy 35 years in the making. Transcending well beyond the $1 million the fundraiser has generated for Camp Good Days and Special Times, alumni of the 24-hour dance-a-thon say its legacy is in the smiles of children who visit during Camper Hour, the lifelong friendships formed on the dance floor, and the idea that a person can make a difference one dance step at a time.

Fisher’s Literary Magazine Moves to Digital Format Alumni read from the Best of The Angle.

12/14/2016 - On Thursday, Dec. 1, the English Department at St. John Fisher College celebrated the launch of Angles, a digital reinvention of the College's literary magazine, The Angle, which was published continuously from 1957 to 2011.

The Queen of Kings Backside view of the 2012 Fisher Kings rugby team in a huddle.

10/14/2016 - This year, the St. John Fisher College men’s rugby team, the Fisher Kings, celebrates its 25th anniversary. Throughout its history, hundreds of players have worn the team’s signature green and blue and It’s a legacy former and current players say is steeped in a brotherhood that traces back to one person: team founder Gina Keyes ’93.

Beyond the Shore: Fisher Alumnus Breaks U.S. Transatlantic Rowing Record Daley Ervin and Phil Theodore

05/26/2016 - After 40 days on the Atlantic Ocean, Phillip Theodore ’89 and his rowing partner, Daley Ervin, were within reach of breaking the United States record for the fastest row across the ocean. One of the 40 teams competing in the 2015 Talisker Whiskey Atlantic Challenge, the pair felt they were moving at a snail’s pace. With exhaustion, ache, and hunger setting in, they were unsure if they would be able to break the current record of 52 days.

The Buffalo Girl: How the heart of a Fisher graduate shaped the heart of "Four Falls of Buffalo"  Michelle Girardi Zumwalt poses next to the movie poster for the Four Falls of Buffalo.

02/11/2016 - Being a fan of the Buffalo Bills in the 1990s meant a wild ride of exciting highs, countered by devastating lows, as the team won an incredible four AFC Championships, but suffered heartbreaking losses in four consecutive Super Bowls. It’s an emotional history Bills fans know all too well, and one that Fisher alumna Michelle Girardi Zumwalt ’04 was able to help recreate as a producer of “Four Falls of Buffalo,” one of the newest installments in the ESPN “30 for 30” documentary series.