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•   Susan Mandiberg  8/20
•   Susan Faden (Pearlman)  8/21
•   Joel Laskin  8/21
•   Christopher Smith  8/21
•   Peter Kalnay  8/22
•   Ted Morgan  8/22
•   Rebecca Buck  8/23
•   J Scott Richards  8/24
•   Carolyn Rieth  8/24
•   Jeffrey Alteri  8/26
•   Peter Blood  8/26
•   Dwight Call  8/28
•   Frank Panchak  8/28
•   Stephen DeTray  8/30
•   Alan Lamborn  8/30
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I'm glad to see both this site and the new cluster site https://www.obie676869 alive with history, reflections, and greetings again as we move towards our 55th.





A couple months back I wrote about the group of people who are trying to get the Board of Trustees to make a public statement about their investment strategy with regard to fossil fuels.  I know opinions are divided on the wisdom of divestment, but I'm taking some editorial license here to include a link to sign on to this proposal that may come before the board.  You can read about it and decide your position at

Again, the point of the proposal is not to divest or retain stock in fossil fuels but rather to urge the College/Conseratory to be open about its strategy.




The One Oberlin Report:

President Ambar and other Oberlin Faculty have planned a speaking tour to inform alumni about this report and the progress towards implementation.

The Report WAS adopted by the General Faculty by a nearly unanimous vote in May.

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The link to the articles referenced is:


HI, Everyone:

Thanks to Aaron Levin, we now have a recording of the Class Memorial Service, held during the Reunion. Effectively edited, it is about 26 minutes long.  You can listen to it by clicking below. Whatever software you use for listening to audio should start up when you click the link.


Click Here to listen to a recording of the Class of 1968 Memorial Service in Clonick Hall

 If for some reason that doesn't work for you, let me know.  I can email a file that is small enough for most emails to handle.