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In Memoriam
(posted June 1, 2015)

Mike Batten
May 6, 2015
CEO, power-transmission company
obituary

Charlie Bosworth
April 2, 2015
broadcaster, financial analyst, civic activist
obituary

See full In Memoriam list

Support Network
(posted June 16, 2015)

The Class of 1964 Support Network volunteer list has been updated. See it here.

50th Reunion Highlights

Photo album slideshow
Kaleidoscope talks
Our Whiffenpoofs



Mini-Reunion in France

Read about the upcoming 2015 mini-reunion in France, joint with the Class of 1963.

Photo Gallery
(posted May 16, 2015)

Who are these classmates?





Roll over the photo for a hint, then click for the answer from the photo gallery. Contact the webmaster to create your own photo gallery page.

See Photo Gallery index.
 

Latest Class News
(posted May 16, 2015)

Bob Buchanan '64 gave the Second Annual Leadership in Real Estate Lecture hosted by George Mason University’s Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship on April 20, 2015. See the video and read the speech.

Our Class Secretary, Tony Lavely, gave a presentation to the organization "Students and Alumni at Yale" (STAY) in support of their mission to have alumni share their wisdom of educational, job, and life experience. Students with a wide background of Yale experiences were all eager to learn about life after Yale. Read the story.

See Class News index.

Latest Class Notes
(posted May 12, 2015)

July/August 2015

Don Edwards will be launching a "Class support network" ...

Pete Putzel continues to host class luncheons in NYC, and Larry Crutcher will be doing so in San Francisco ...

John Evans and Jon McBride sang with the "Classic Whiffenpoofs" in Philadelphia ...

Nick von Baillou and Terry Holcombe opined about Yale senior societies ...

David Swenson had a Yale tower named in honor of him ...

Ed Trippe, Harry Howell, and Duncan Spencer will retrace their 1965 victory at the Henley Royal Regatta ...

Stephen Greenblatt wrote about "Shakespeare in Tehran" ...

Howard Gillette's new book examines the diverging paths of many members of our Class since graduation ...

Al Rossiter continues to lead book and writing groups in Massachusetts prisons ...

See the complete notes.

See Class Notes index

Latest Publications
(posted May 12, 2015)

Howard Gillette '64, Professor Emeritus of History at Rutgers-Camden, has authored his fifth book, Class Divide: Yale '64 and the Conflicted Legacy of the Sixties. The book examines the diverging paths of many members of our Class over a fifty-year period and the subsequent implications for a divided nation.

Class Divide: Yale '64 and the Conflicted Legacy of the Sixties
click to buy  

Gus Speth '64 writes about his unlikely path from boyhood in a segregated Southern town to his career as an influential mainstream environ- mentalist to his current system-changing activism.

Angels by the River: A Memoir
click to buy  

See Publications for more books by '64 authors.

 

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