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On this page you'll find memories shared by the Class of 2010, 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 2010

It's been 5 years since you've been a student - does it feel like yesterday?


What are some of your favorite memories?

"Hanging out in the cellar with every single person singing along to 'Don't Stop Believin'' and eating pizza and ice cream after rehearsal... late night study sessions in Thompson preparing for O-Chem exams." – Courtney Sutphen ‘10

“I will never forget being a senior and walking down the sidewalk on campus being able to say 'hi' to just about every person I passed.” – Anna Courtney ‘10

“Getting up at 5:30 in the morning to go meet my team in the weight room for more lifting and practice.  The long lunches taken in the SUB only to procrastinate from doing homework.” – Cory Dunn ‘10

"There are many, but among them would be anything associated with Elements Magazine... because never have I worked with a more dedicated, creative, and insanely nerdy group of wonderful people." – Tanya Rogers ‘10

"[Climbing] Mt. Adams with a group of UPS students my first weekend on campus.” –Nat Shepard ‘10


What faculty or staff members do you remember most?

"Greta Austin opened my eyes to new connections and realities between my studies and personal life, making me feel truly valued as an academic," – Alex Van Putten ‘10

"Peter Hodum was my favorite biology professor. He's incredibly passionate about what he does and keeps it real in his shorts and sandals." – Libby Koebnick ‘10

“David Tinsley is the man. He adored the students who cared about his classes and it was mutual. Visiting politics Prof. Eric Williams was also fantastic. Took our class to an Obama rally in Seattle. He cared a lot about students and teaching - they both did. It showed.” – Amy McDonell ‘10