We’re still here, with lots more to come. Our new site has been redesigned from the ground up, with emphasis on visual presentation. You’ll see a lot more photography, and a brighter, cleaner look.
With the visual makeover comes a new focus: we are now offering in depth articles and reports, featuring contributions from classmates on their thoughts, adventures, and accomplishments of many different kinds.
So here’s a chance to expose your deep thinking, and share your views on what matters to you. No limits on length (we’ll take all your photos as well) and we’ll continue to have the same option to send in comments and replies to keep the dialogue going.
We hope you’ll take full advantage of these opportunities to stay in touch with classmates, and maintain the energy we all felt at our 50th. Anything you like to contribute? Anything topics you’d like to see addressed? Let us know.
Please check out our inaugural Featured Article When your life is going really well, why would you want to change it?, It chronicles the adventures of two classmates who found themselves discovering new paths in life, and creating meaningful solutions to problems that affect us all. We hope it will inspire you to contact us with your own ideas.
The campfire metaphor: as we converge on our 55th, there is still much to be shared, in a calm unhurried way, about ourselves, our legacy, and about what matters most to us at this stage of life. As our classmate said, it’s a chance to share stories around a campfire, expand horizons, learn something new, and keep a fresh, active mind.
At the same time, we’ll continue to report on and announce class events as conditions permit. We remain optimistic that events such as the Class of 1968 New Orleans excursion will take place in due.
So welcome to williams68.org, version 2020. Please let us know what you think.
We’d like to acknowledge the support of Bob Heiss and Mark Donavan in enabling this project. And if you’re asking who’s behind all of this, doing the heavy lifting, take a few moment to learn about the amazing team that helped put this all together.
The Williams 68 Web Team