A New Gateway to Albright College
Later this spring an impressive new gateway to Albright will greet visitors
who drive down Rockland Street to North 13th. This latest campus
enhancement is made possible through the generosity of Salvatore M.
Cutrona Sr. ’73 and Nanette Ferrante Cutrona ’74. Sal Cutrona is a longtime
Albright trustee and chair of the board who retired from the board
The gateway is designed by The Ray Group, and constructed and
landscaped by Spayd’s Landscaping, who created both the new Sylvan
Pond area and the new Library Plaza. The illuminated brick and stucco
structure will be flanked by 13 flags– the U.S., Pennsylvania and Albright
flags along with 10 flags of home nations of international students
currently enrolled. The flags will be rotated periodically so that all the
home nations of current students will be displayed from time to time.
The project will be completed by late February, with a formal dedication
in early May.
“The Cutronas have long had a dream of a new gateway for the
College. I am deeply grateful for their ongoing generosity and their
passionate desire to make this place better and better,” said President