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•   Kirtley Thornton  5/24
•   David Foster  5/27
•   Janet Chevalley (Wolfe)  5/28
•   Gerard Butters  5/29
•   Lloyd Etheredge  5/31
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•   Matthew Rinaldi  6/2
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•   Geoffrey Bock  6/7
•   Douglas Dworkin  6/7
•   Liz Ryan (Cole)  6/8
•   Priscilla Fritter (Peterson)  6/9
•   Stephen Dyer  6/10
•   Trevor Hadley  6/12
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Divestment From Fossil Fuels Statement

A group of students, faculty, and alumni are sending the following letter to the leadership team of the Oberlin Board of Trustees, asking them to put this matter on their October agenda.

The letter is linked Here..


If you favor such an action, please register at the following link by May 25.

This is a form to use to sign up.




Oberlin Admission Success


Rebecca Kaiser Gibson Latest Publication


Rebecca recently appeared at a meeting of the Washington DC area Oberlin Club to read and to dissuss her work.

Here are soome references to her latest work.

Our class is becoming highly productive as authors in our 75th and 76th years!


“Rebecca Kaiser Gibson's Girl as Birch is a wonder of lyric compression and subtle music. At times deeply personal, at times nearly mythic, these poems meditate on the complexities of memory and mortality, the fact of the female body, and the lessons of the natural world, cultivated and wild.  Here is a poet comfortable with an intimate whisper, alive to nature, and at ease in silence and splendor.  These are beautiful poems and I'll return to them with great pleasure.” 

 ––Kevin Prufer, author of The Art of Fiction (Four Way Books)





Trial Lawyer: A Life Representing People Against Power by Rich Zitrin.

Rich Zitrin’s latest book has just printed and is having its publishing launch in June. Prof. Chad Williams, Brandeis U’s African American Studies chair, calls it “a powerful, moving and deeply human memoir, replete with gripping, heartbreaking and inspiring stories…. The institutionalized inequities of the legal system, especially as they relate to race and the treatment of Black people, are vividly laid bare, as are Zitrin’s noble attempts to confront them.” For those interested in a pre-release signed copy, send Rich a private message by going to his profile on this site and sending him a private message. Congratulations to Rich, who now joins several of our cluster and classmates in contributing a wonderful personal memoir at this reflective time in our lives.


BBC HIghlights A Star Trek Episode That Is More than Entertainment


Classmate Paula Gordon passes this along with the following message:


I'd love for our classe(es"mater to see what I perceive--as does the BBC-Avery Brooks' Greatness


Gibson's Case

As some of you may have heard, an Ohio appeals court has rejected the college's appeal in the Gibson's Bakery case. This could cost the college more than $30 million in damages and attorneys' fees. Below are links to the ruling itself and an Elyria Chronicle-Telegram story on it..While the college made some big mistakes, it is not clear that they  should be worth $30+ million. (Gibson's remains in business; I shopped there a few weeks ago while attending an Alumni Leadership Council meeting.)

It is also not clear that the court was correct in dismissing the college'sargument that this is a free speech case. This case was decided under Ohio law, the details of which I am not familiar. That presumably should. guide the decision on whether the college should appeal to theOhio Supreme Court (and possibly to the U.S. Supreme Court), or give it up.

Your comments are welcome,in the Class Chats area particularly from those with some legal training.

--Ted Gest


Watch this space for an announcement of a new combined website for the Cluster of Classes '67, '68, and '69 in the coming months.  It will have a new design.

Tom Thomas and I are working on making the transition as easy as possible.

Stay tuned for some announcements and instructions in Spring  2022.

Happy New Year, Everyone.


As a reminder, you get the best results and the easiest searching when you get a message by logging into this site before you click on that message or on the More.. wording at the end of the message.


Paul Safyan


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.