Class of 1964
The Class of 1964 has already provided us with enough content for a dedicated webpage, so please use this as your starting point as you look ahead to your reunion in September of 2014.
Also remember that we're happy to take your submissions if you have ideas for updates or additional information. Contact us if you'd like to see something else on this page - its content will continue to evolve.
Thank you for your efforts!
1964 Scholarship Fund
The Class of '64 is working to raise money for an endowment dedicated to faculty travel, conference registration, publishing, CD production, and small equipment (among other possibilities) that would provide budgetary relief and greater financial predictability and stability for faculty research and creative projects. As of Nov. 9 the class has raised $263,460!
Looking for a classmate? Sign in to The Compass and use the directory to reconnect with your peers.
It Happened in 1964...
- Cost of a first-class stamp: $.05
- Congress approves Gulf of Tonkin Resolution after North Vietnamese torpedo boats allegedly attack US destroyers
- The Beatles appear on The Ed Sullivan Show.
- Nelson Mandela sentenced to life imprisonment in South Africa