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 of available activities and outstanding dining—all in the congenial company of your fellow ’68ers.Read article
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 from the inception of the office in the spring of 1973–through the Saturday Night Massacre and the firing of Special Prosecutor Archibald Cox–until the spring of 1976. In his mid-morning […]Read article
’68 Classmates Approach Grand Horizons
No, not those grand horizons. On July 28, a hearty healthy band of ’68 brothers and sisters experienced Grand Horizons, Bess Wohl’s new play at WTF. No, not that WTF. Everyone raved about Williamstown Theatre Festival’s stunning and startling world premiere.Bill and Nancy, happily married for fifty years, have settled comfortably into their Grand Horizons independent-living condo.
The Tintoretto exhibit was in celebration of the 500th anniversary of the painter’s birth, and many of the art works had not previously been on tour. In fact, the NGA show was the only one in North America, the other venue being Venice. The budgetary shutdown of the government delayed the opening of the show, but that ultimately did not affect the timing of our class event.Read article
For any of us who worked behind the scenes on our 50th in June 2018, the above-pictured Mark Robertson, Chris Robare, and Darlene Alderman are not only magically talented planners, organizers, and logisticians but also now good friends. They are pictured at our Pass the Baton dinner on September 29, 2019. For other classmates, or […]Read article
Twenty-six ’68 classmates and significants rallied for our final official Mini-Reunion (although ’68 is welcome to return every year.) The highlight was Saturday night’s traditional Pass the Baton dinner.Read article
We congratulate our classmate Tony Kronman (whom we stole from the Class of 1967) as the recipient of the Kellogg Award, presented to a member of the 50th reunion class in recognition of a most distinguished career. As the main speaker for 50th Reunion Alumni Seminar, Tony is introduced here by Bob Stanton, 50th Reunion […]Read article