The New Year is right around the corner now. Looking ahead to spring, we have been planning a wonderful class event in New Orleans for […]Continue reading »
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Join your classmates for a fun get-together in the Big Easy this March. Mild weather and a definite hint of spring join with a myriad […]Continue reading »
Herewith is the insider’s tip sheet to New Orleans, courtesy of David Marcello. NOTE: If you’re thinking of bringing the grandkids, you need to know […]Continue reading »
31-9! It all started with a pass interception by senior Ben Anthony minutes into the game. At the televised broadcast in Seattle, groans emerged from […]Continue reading »
Watergate: Lessons for Current Times with Henry Hecht ’68 Professor Henry Hecht of UC Berkeley, School of Law, served as an Assistant Watergate Special Prosecutor […]Continue reading »
On July 28, classmates gathered in Williamstown to sample fine food (Larry Levien, thank you, and Mezze also) and a pre-Broadway showing of Grand Horizons.the […]Continue reading »
We recently found out that Prof. Jack Shindler, whom we remember as English major, Fulbright Scholar (France), and creator of the babbel coffeehouse, has made the […]Continue reading »
Listen as classmate David Snydman, aided by some energetic acoustics from Lasell gymnasium, takes us through a memorable basketball victory over Harvard. David entered medical […]Continue reading »
This is an excerpt from my novel Not Our Fathers’ Dreams. Alexander “Fong” Fongold is about to graduate from a New England liberal arts college, in June, 1968).
The recent June night of 1968 when Fong’s sixties began had actually started off well. Nothing in the day had indicated the night would set courses that veered towards his destruction. Donna was with him, up from Vassar, to celebrate this weekend his soon-to-be, not-entirely-expected graduation.