Has your life been lived your way? Triumphs and tragedies? Fortunes and reversals of fortunes? Love found and love lost? What part did serendipity play? Roads taken and not taken? Who or what changed your lives forever? Let’s share our stories.
We can, you know. In 2019, there will occur two momentous and very personal events.
As part of our Class Connections effort during this year's Homecoming weekend, classmate Bill Stableford teamed up with some current '19s who are part of the Dartmouth Basketball Program. Shown in the photo below are:
(rear, L to R) Men's Head Basketball Coach David McLauglin, Emily Dryden, Bill Stableford, Evan Boudreaux, Guilien Smith, Isalyse Quinones;
(front, L to R) Kealy Brown, Cy Lippold, Women's Head Basketball Coach Bell Koclanes.
The women all said that they love trivia, so we will want to engage them for our next Trivia Night event.
Roy Hitchings sends a photo of a gathering of '69s in his home town of Camden, Maine, with this comment:
The photo was last summer and the 69ers are from left to right: Peter Imber, Clark Doran, Roy Hitchings, George Cook and Allen Petersen. Allen was visiting but the other 4 have homes here in this beautiful part of the world. Roy
Seven of your Class officers attended the September 15th-16th Class Officers Weekend in Hanover. In addition to the usual college-centric events, COW provides an opportunity to meet with our officer counterparts from other classes, discuss issues and share ideas. We also had an excellent lunch session for the seven of use, where we talked about plans for Homecoming, The Book, Reunion50, and our Class gift. Check out the photo (below the fold, of course) of attendees Norman Jacobs, Rick Willets, Peter Elias, Bill Stableford, John Mathias, John Myers and Dona Heller:
We periodically receive photos from classmates from various activities, sometimes related to class events but often not. They usually do not come with much explanation. We have struggled with what to do with these, and have decided to create a gallery of miscellaneous photos from classmates. Here.
(This also allows me to play with the royal 'we' in my writing...)
Vincent Evans Starzinger, a Dartmouth College government professor who shaped the careers of over a generation of graduates by inviting them to think critically, died on Wednesday, September 6, 2017 at Wheelock Terrace, Hanover, NH. He was age 88.
Nicknamed “The Zinger” by students and colleagues, Starzinger retired in 1994, after 34 years at Dartmouth, but his influence extended far beyond that time.