Class of 1964
Happy 50th Reunion Class of 1964! We hope to see all of you at the Class of 1964 50th Reunion Reception this Summer Reunion Weekend 2014!
What are some of your favorite memories?
“'Friday at Four,' and the late, great Robin Roberts." Tom Cooke
“Dr. Fehlandt gave an orchid to the person who came in number one on one of his chemistry tests." David Biddison
“Lots of debate among the students on current issues like civil rights.” Mary Mosley
“Looking for the hatchet...” Jeanne Marston
“Being in the Fieldhouse with 4000 fans the night that the Puget Sound Logger basketball team nearly upset the powerful and nationally ranked Seattle University Chieftains. They came oh so close with my friend Bob Sprague leading the Loggers with 32 points.” Bill Baarsma
“Alpha Phi activities.” Sharon Veitenheimer
“Met my wife Laurel '67 and married in the Gail Day Chapel, in Jones Hall, by Dr John Phillips Head of the Religion Department” Norman Reilly
How would you describe your experience as a student?
“I feel my education experience was excellent. I recommend the school to graduating students” Peter Acker
“I believe I received an excellent education at UPS, and have always treasured the memories of my experience there.” Thomas Cooke
“Friends, especially from Sigma Nu were very influential in the rest of my life. I went on to accumulate six masters degrees and throughout all the academic years have never found a more diverse and well equipped faculty.” David Peters
What faculty or staff members do you remember most?
“Teach Jones because she encouraged creativity in us.” Linda Skinner
“Dr. Tomlinson was so alive with the joy of learning.” Karen Taylor
What do you remember?
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Homesick? Register Today!
How long has it been since you've been to campus? Regardless if it has been days, years, or even decades, come back home for our Summer Reunion Weekend Jun. 6 - 8, 2014. Register online today!
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