Welcome back, Loggers!

On this page you'll find memories shared by the Class of 1989, so we welcome you to take a trip down memory lane and contribute to the discussion! We are looking forward to welcoming you back to campus in June!

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Class of 1989

In 1989...

   The Berlin Wall opened to the West after 28 years
   San Francisco Bay area was hit by a 7.1 earthquake 
   The median household income was $28,906
   The Oakland A's won the World Series against the San Francisco Giants
   "Don't Worry Be Happy" was the Song of the Year

 

What are some of your favorite memories?

“PacRim was a 9-month adventure, living with friends in on-campus housing allowed me to experience many things.” Paul Uyehara

“Going to E-9 after anatomy tests, weekend trips to Seattle...oh, and I can't forget the pink building (aka the OT/PT building)!” Denise Ribail

“Finding a subject that I was passionate about and meeting others that felt the same way. Sitting by the Thompson fountain studying on those occasional sunny days. Meeting and being courted by my husband.” Cynthia Gibson

 

How would you describe your experience as a student?

“Loved the small class sizes and the professor to student ratio. I also appreciated the amount of critical thinking skills required to complete my degree” Lisa Nicolai

 

What faculty or staff members do you remember most?

 “Susan Barnes, Chris Ives, and Judy Tyson.  They led by example, taught me to think critically and independently, and to open myself up to new ideas and experiences.” Renee Brooks 

“Serni was a gift to all” Dana Grant

 

Class Gathering at the Spar!

On Friday, June 6, continue the good times from the Opening Reception as the party moves on to your favorite night life spot from 1989: The Spar! 

Loggers enjoy 10% off food!

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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