About our In Memoriam pages

As of today, the site contains two current listings of classmates no longer with us, one alphabetically and one chronologically.  Each listing has the name and date of death for the classmate, and links to a page with (when available) pictures from the Green Book and Aegis, and an obituary. 

Homecoming 2016 Report

The usual suspects (and more than a few unusual suspects) met at Molly's Friday night for a gathering of about 29 classmates and partners.  Molly's was able to accommodate us with a little squeezing.

It had snowed that morning and rained much of the day, sometimes quite hard, but the rain stopped for our parade.  As always, the Class of 69 got special recognition from the crowd.  As Dick Glovsky used to say, they should have skipped 69 like the 13th floor of a hotel.

The Summer of '69 Reinvented (coming July 2017)

The Classes of '69 and '19 will be connecting for a terrific weekend event during July of 2017. Mark your calendars and plan to join us for some or all of the festivities:

Homecoming snow

On the way to Hanover for Homecoming this year, many of us encountered snow.

YouTube video of old Homecoming highlights

Paul Tuhus passed on this link to a short YouTube video of scenes from Homecomings of previous years. Enjoy.

 

Invitation to Pilobolus NYC Gala - November 29, 2016

Below you will find information on the 2016 Pilobolus NYC Gala.  If you are in the NYC Metro area or plan to be there during this time, please consider going.  Although a very limited number of the lowest price remained about a week ago, perhaps you may want to participate at a more generous level.

Alumni Liaison Committee (ALC) annual report

The Alumni Liaison Committee has published its annual report, separated for easier reading into the main report and a set of appendices.

Class Connections Perspective Program launches

Class of ’69 Launches its Class Connections Perspectives Program

On September 22, our 1969/2019 Class Connections Program launched its Perspectives Program—a three-year series of straight-talk career and life path panel discussions with the ’19s (and other undergrads).  Representing a variety of settings within their professions, seven of our classmates participated in the first two sessions—one on the field of medicine, the other on education.  

Passing of Professor Robert "Bob" Sokol

Prof. Robert "Bob" Sokol of the Sociology Department passed away October 8th at age 90.

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