Livingston Graduate Lives the Sweet Life

February 2020 Livingston Alumni Association Update

  • Livingston Graduate Lives the Sweet Life
  • Upcoming Events

Livingston Graduate Lives the Sweet Life


head-of-fast-growing-restaurant-chain-lives-the-sweet-life_1020x641_acf_cropped.jpgThe winding path that Desi Saran LC’07, RBS’15 (right) travelled before launching Sweetberry Bowls, a fast-casual restaurant chain with locations in seven states, will sound familiar to a lot of entrepreneurs. “Before I got into restaurants, I had a web development company, an e-commerce company, two apparel companies, and a magazine company,” Saran says. “I was a typical entrepreneur in that it took a while to figure out what I’m good at.”  Read more.

 Upcoming Events

Sunday, April 19 All Alumni Theatre Afternoon: See the Livingston Theatre Company's production of Mamma Mia and enjoy a pre-performance dessert reception with fellow Rutgers alumni.  Registration coming soon.

April 24, 2020 Livi at 50 Spring Dinner: 
Join us on Friday, April 24 for a dinner at The Rutgers Club to celebrate Livingston's College history and legacy.  Whether you're a member of Livingston's first class in 1969 or the last class in 2010, come join us!  This event will be part of the 2020 Rutgers Reunion Weekend and will also include a celebration of the 50th anniversary of Livingston College.  More information coming soon

The LAA Wants You

The LAA thrives on the involvement of volunteers to plan our programs and keep the Livingston legacy alive.   Your volunteer efforts of just a few minutes or hours each month can make a real difference in the number and types of programs we can organize.   If you are interested in serving as an officer or member of the LAA board, please contact us.  More information. 

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This News-Events "story" on the website will be revised frequently with upcoming news and events. This page was first created on March 19, 2016. Archived versions can be found on the Internet Archive's Wayback Machine. Check out the archive of LAA newsletters.

Revised February 8, 2020