Class of 1984
In 1984 Ronald Reagan was re-elected as president, Michael Jackson's Thriller was the album of the year, unemployment was at 7.5%, and the cost of a first-class stamp was $0.20.
It's been 30 years since the class of 1984 graduated from Puget Sound and now it's time to come back home!
What are some of your favorite memories?
“Frisbee Golf, Snorkel Stove HotTub in Driveway of University House Rental, Ski Racing Trips to British Columbia” Neal Fuller
“Seeing bands at The Cellar. Meeting with the PacRim Group in Nepal, participating the Asian Business Program during Winterim... Friday night student/professor discussions over beer at the Engine House No. 9” Christopher McReynolds
“Tuesday Tea and Sherry with the Honors Program crowd.” Janet Craswell
How would you describe your experience as a student?
“The smaller class sizes combined with quality of instructors was the perfect recipe for deep understanding of the material.” Kimberly Troy
“What I valued most, in addition to the education itself, was the close relationship I developed with many professors. I remain in contact with some of them even now, 30 years later.” Steve Harvey
“The economics department was fantastic - what I learned there I still apply today.” Whit Campbell
What do you remember?
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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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