What’s here: a quick site guide
This web site all about our class, the Class of 1968.
That’s the first thing you need to know. The second is that our site is live and growing. New content is added regularly, a lot of which comes from you and your classmates. The rest is supplied by your hardworking Williams 68 Web team, led by Webmaster Alexander Caskey.
Important: this site is designed to be interactive. That means that you can add your comments to existing content as well create and add your own posts. A lot of you are already doing this and we hope more of you will join in. The more the merrier. Click here to learn about comments; here to learn about posts.
- Photos, lots of them. Emphasis on our days at Williams but many shots of reunions, informal gatherings since graduation. Click here to see the photo section.
- Tributes to the faculty and coaches who were so important to us. Drafted by you and your classmates. Don’t see a tribute to someone who was special to you? Let us know (see contact info below). Click here to view the collection.
- Articles and posts about our days at Williams, with a wide variety of content. For many, this is the core of the site. Click here to view this section.
- Information about our 50th in June 2018. Click here for that.
- Giving to Williams. Major goals for our 50th include funding the Class of 1968 Career Center. There are many ways to contribute; click here to learn more.
Of course the best way to find out what’s there is just to browse the entire site. You’ll also find reports on recent class gatherings and events, a timeline that chronicles the tumultuous sequence of events between 1964 and 1968, links to latest news from Williams, including sports results. Instructions for contacting classmate (click here for that). And more.
Clicking this link will let you send email to us.
This section gives information about how to navigate through the site, send in a post, generate a comment, and reply to comment. Also how to reach a classmate, how to receive email updates about new material on the site. And more. Click here.