Tales from the 60s (Part 1) — The Last Roadtrip

There was a heat wave in Boston in the summer of 1969. There was always a heat wave in the summer in Boston. It was literally the last summer of the 60s, but it was metaphorically the last summer of the 60s as well. We did not know that. Both Kennedy brothers had been assassinated; […]

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An Interview with Clint Wilkins and Mike Herlihy

When your life is going really well, why would you want to change it? What have you got left to prove? Why risk destroying the upward arc of a successful career by taking on a challenging, new job in a different part of the country….or the world? Our classmates Clint Wilkins and Mike Herlihy each […]

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’68 Creates: Write on

This is only a small sample of the published work by ’68 class members. Those who attended the In Their Own Write session at our 50th also heard from Alexander Caskey on creating a website; Geoff Connor on working history into novels; John Fulkerson on wine and integrity; Bob Graffagnino on the Greatest Generation; Robert Herzog, […]

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Tony Kronman

Not surprisingly, Tony has a few books to his credit. Prior to Confessions of Born Again Pagan, he published Educations End: Why Our Colleges and Universities Have Given Up on the Meaning of Life. At our 50th reunion, he talked about Confessions. Click on the image below for a short review published in the New York Times […]

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