H. Norman Clark
June 17, 2016
March 17, 2016
March 9, 2016
Robert J. Dayton
January 17, 2016
J. Kirkman Jackson
January 14, 2016
See full In Memoriam list
Sound Off! has been kick-started to provide a forum for opinions on current campus issues.
A number of classmates have already commented on the campus turmoil: Jim Rogers, Charlie Payne, Phil Anderson, Howard Gillette, Stephen Passek, Neil Hoffmann, Waldo Johnston, Sam Francis, Tony Lavely, and David Turner.
Read a variety of source materials about the current campus unrest on this web page. Then read your classmates' opinions, develop your own thoughts, and let your classmates know what you think on Sound Off!
And, by the way, submissions are not limited to current campus issues.
Latest Class News
Joe Lieberman '64 receives the first Winston Churchill National Leadership Award, at the U.S. Capitol.
Gus Speth '64 narrates an animated video on "America the Possible."
See Class News index.
Nortin Hadler '64, in his latest book, places current efforts to reform medical education in historical context.
Timothy Breen '64, in his latest book, introduces us to a George Washington we rarely meet.
Bob Lamson '64 tells of the amazing escape of a 19-year-old boy from the Armenian genocide of World War I. See a review.
See Publications for more books by '64 authors.
Latest Class Notes
Terry Holcombe reported that the new Benjamin Franklin College will feature a Class of 1964 Gateway ...
Tony Lavely and Sam Francis scouted Atlanta venues for our 2017 mini-reunion ...
Rick Kaminsky, Denny Lynch, and Dave Schumacher attended Yale's thrilling NCAA basketball win ...
Bob Kaiser and Stephen Greenblatt appeared together on the cover of the New York Review of Books ....
Jim Burdick and Russell Sunshine published new books ...
Bill Duesing and Ed Gaffney comment on environmental problems ...
Sam Low reports on the world voyage of the Polynesian voyaging canoe Hokule'a ...
Bob Hilgendorf and his wife are on a round-the-world trip ...
Dan Pollack is keeping a lot of balls in the air. Literally. He's learned juggling ...