News and Updates

UPDATED 50th Reunion Book - how to download

Hey, ’69s!

We are pleased to announce the release of the expanded 1969 50th Reunion Book, v. 2.1. The full book has about 1,200 pages, and there are almost 400 new photos (2,515 in total).

We regret that it took so long to complete, but we were still unearthing new material even two weeks ago; I was finally done with tweaking text, caption, and photo glitches; and proofreading by our crack team wrapped up.

Virtual Homecoming October 2020

Dartmouth Class of ’69
Virtual Homecoming 2020

Not Your Old School Homecoming!

DOC House Restoration Project and Donor List

Although construction of the Dartmouth Outing Club (DOC) House will be delayed by COVID-19, fundraising continues and is doing well. You can see more about the project (including an online version of the detailed book about the project with multiple great photos) and here and it is easy to donate online here.

Hanover as a ghost town

Paul Tuhus sent these photos with the following comment: "Here are a few shots of downtown Hanover today taken from the corner of Main and Wheeloc

Dudley and Jill keep busy during the pandemic

To stave off boredom, Dud and Jill have taken up growing leafy vegetables hydroponically and tackling increasingly difficult jigsaw puzzles.

A Traveling Compnay

A Traveling Company of aspiring thespians (not just actors and directors, but those who consider themselves theater-adjacent) collaborated this past weekend on a Zoom-reading of Shakespeare's As You Like It.  The merry but motley crew included classmates from 3 countries, 9 states, both coasts, and 5 time zones. We are already planning more events.


Classmates with no email address

Here is a list of classmates (and spouses for deceased classmates) for whom neither we nor the College have a current and valid email address. If you are in touch with them or know their email address, please help us out!


Missing classmates

Here is a list of classmates for which neither we nor the College has any current or recent contact information. If you know where they are or what they are doing these days, please help us get in touch with them:


Some thoughts on soccer from Aldie Caram

Our Class soccer commentator offered some good thoughts about the world's most popular sport, the Beautiful Game:

I wish I had had the time / discipline to respond to each of these last 5 emails that came after the one with the "Brazilian hug". There are so many interesting stories, aspects, and opinions that I'd enjoy interacting with. Guess I'll do a couple to start.


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