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40th Reunion Videos from Max Addison

We reminisced not just in conversation but also in song, as reflected in five video clips that Max Addison has posted at http://tinyurl.com/yale1971reunion. Included are: Whiffenpoof Song (Saturday Night) Some Guys Have All the Luck (Saturday Night) Whiffs at Woolsey Hall: My Kind of Girl Whiffs at Woolsey Hall: Quiet Girl Bright College Years (Friday […]

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VIDEO: Whiffenpoofs at Reunion – Friday night, June 3, 2011

Nostalgia and Harmony, June 3, 2011: Don McDaniel sent a link to his wife’s terrific video of the Whiffenpoofs singing at our 40th reunion: http://youtu.be/aiwg3RaV3Yw Watch for more photos coming soon from our brilliant reunion!

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The Way We Were, June 1971

Chrissy Citron sent in a clipping from the Yale Daily News Commencement Issue, June 1971. Click below to read Mally Cox’s story “First Women Graduate,” with quotes from Chrissy, Kathy Bennett (not Cathy, as the article has it), and Jane Hunter (posted with permission of Yale Daily News). 1971 Article with Quotes from Chrissy Citron […]

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Ron Kell on 29-29

Andy Sherman’s daughter spotted a San Francisco Chronicle article on the new documentary “Harvard Beats Yale 29-29” by Kevin Rafferty, who saw The Game as a Harvard student in 1968. The article profiles four players including our classmate Ron Kell: “Ron Kell didn’t remember anything specific about the Game until he watched the DVD. Then […]

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Music71

Our website developer, Tyler Gore, sent this email last week; I thought classmates might enjoy it. July 31, 1971 was after our graduation day, but just barely . . . .—Katherine Hyde (BK 71) [Tyler wrote:] Was googling Yale71, just to see if it came up.  (It didn’t — except for AYA — which is […]

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The 1968 Game Remembered

Harry Levitt writes: I attended an event at the Yale Club of NY last month which featured a panel discussion about the 1968 Game. The panelists included Carm Cozza, Brian Dowling and Gary Trudeau. They passed out this description of the last few minutes of the game which I thought you would enjoy! Click on […]

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Stu Brogadir & the MCAT

Dear Harry and Classmates; Lost in the grander preparations for the apocalypse that was to be May Day was the closing of the MCAT testing site at Sterling Chem Lab by the test administrator, the (aptly named) Psychological Testing Service. Since the half of our class that had mastered Organic Chemistry was taking the MCAT, […]