News and Updates

Class of '69 virtual activities

Here is a summary of our extensive virtual activities, courtesy of Arthur Fergenson:


“These Zooms have been wonderful for me as I’m getting to know guys that I never interacted with while on campus.  Next reunion, I’ll actually have something to talk with them about, rather than trying to make acquaintances in a limited amount of time.”

Upcoming Saturday Night at the movies

Our next Saturday at the Movies, employing the Amazon Prime Watch Party function, will be on July 10 at 8 pm Eastern (US).  The usual cautions apply: you will need a US Amazon Prime account, a lap top or desk top computer to watch the movie,  a web browser other than Safari (with Chrome working best), and you will have to rent (at $3.99) or purchase the movie from Amazon before you can join the party.  Watch Party has a chat feature so that we can talk among ourselves while the movie is in progress, and we join together after the movie is over to discuss it via Zoom.

Homecoming October 2021: President's Message and Schedule

Message from Class President Jim Staros:

As you have heard, President Hanlon and the Board of Trustees have decided on an in-person fall 2021 term at Dartmouth, and we are delighted that it includes an in-person Homecoming.   Homecoming Co-Chairs Norman Jacobs and Dona Heller have developed a great schedule of events for the weekend, and I look forward to seeing you there.

I want to highlight two special events on the schedule:  

DCF and DOC House updates!

The DOC House project is coming along very nicely and we should be able to use the renovated building for Homecoming 2021. see you there. Meanwhile, here is a gallery of photos showing the steady progress.

Homecoming October 2021 - UPDATED plans and schedule

The current version with an updated schedule and information about meals and reservations is HERE.


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Homecoming 2021 - Outdated information

Friday, October 8, 2021:

Mentions in The Dartmouth

Today's issue of The Dartmouth mentions two events we lived through on campus: the George Wallace protest and the Parkhurst takeover:


During the late 1960s at Dartmouth, there were at least two student protests that received national news coverage. While this attention was partly negative, Carini said that some people supported the protests. 

Casual Conversation with Professor Santulli

 Having just participated in an illuminating and personally valuable Green Dot session with Peter Elias, learning the fundamentals about effective bystander intervention, it is time to turn to our next Casual Conversation.  Our conversationalist is Robert B. Santulli, M.D.  Dr. Santulli is Honorary Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Geisel School of Medicine and Senior Lecturer in the Dartmouth Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences.   Dr. Santulli was brought to our attention by classmate Peter Schaeffer, who heard Dr.

DOC House Project update

Paul Tuhus has been providing about an update a week, usually with great photos. His most recent update came yesterday with 8 photos. Here is a link to the photogallery of the DOC House Project, in chronologic order, mostly annotated. It looks as if we will be able to use it over Homecoming on Octob er 8 and 9.




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