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Class of 1966

​Celebrating 50 years

We want to welcome you back to the campus of Washington University, May 17-19, 2018, to celebrate your pinnacle 50th Reunion during Commencement Weekend! This Reunion is an extremely special time that we encourage you to participate in. See why you you should Return to Washington U. this spring.
Your 50th Reunion is a time to reconnect with classmates and relive memories. Whether you still live in St. Louis or have moved away, this Reunion will be like none other. Numerous classmates return to Washington U. to celebrate this milestone event in their lives. You'll have a chance to catch up with friends at 50th Reunion specific gatherings on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.



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Reconnect with friends and classmates
When asked, "What did you like during your time at Reunion [2017]?" a Class of 1967 alum answered "[A] chance to see people I can not connected to in years of even decades."

Once-in-a-lifetime events

The 50th Reunion is centered on two pinnacle events - the Medallion Ceremony and Commencement March.
Hear what past attendees have to say about these special events.

Medallion Ceremony
The Class of 1968 will don cap and gown for this momentous ceremony led by Chancellor Mark S. Wrighton. Proceed as a class into Graham Chapel, participate in a beautiful ceremony, and receive a keepsake 50th Reunion Medallion. Family members are welcome to join in this special not-to-be missed event for the 50th Reunion.

Commencement March
Experience Commencement once again, but this time you will lead the procession into the Quadrangle and sit on stage! Commencement is an important and moving event in the lives of students, faculty, parents, and alumni. Many past 50th Reunion attendees look back on this event as one of their favorite experiences during Reunion. Family members and guests are welcome to attend and will have special seating during the ceremony.

A special time on campus
Commencement weekend is an extraordinary event on campus. Students and their families celebrate graduation from Washington U. and it is wonderful wot be able to experience this occasion again 50 years later. Though the campus has grown and changed, this is still your Washington University. We can't wait to see the Class of 1968 in May!

If you are unable to join the Class of 1968 this spring, please consider participating in your Reunion in one of the following ways:

•Support your Reunion Class Gift
•Participate in the Memory Book

Support Your Reunion Class Gift!
The 50th Reunion Class Gift includes any and all gifts made to Washington University from July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2018.  For more information visit, call 800-835-3503 or email  

50th Reunion Ambassadors

Executive Co-Chairs

​Mitch Cobey
John F. Dains
Fritz Edelstein
Mike Ferman
Pixie Messey
Robert Messey
Judi Tytel
David Woodley

Gift Co-Chairs

​Steve Lowy
Bunny Rosen Polmer

Reunion Committee

​Efrain Azmitia
Cathy Newman Becker
Paul Becker
Robert Cohen
Marshall Curtis
Jane Zimmer Daniels
Jeanette Daun
Barbara Taryle Einsohn
Ira Einsohn
Linda Fassero
Ricki Gerger
Stefan Glynias
Deborah Lapides Hirschfelder
Mary Curtis Horowitz
Lawrence James
Richard Lapin
James Lewin
Joyce Arky Lewin
Judith Mange
Daniel Milberg
Laurel Colin Milberg
Andrea Kolker Muchnick
Ellen Brown Nathan
James Nicolson
Jerry Padawer
Jon Pollock
John Robinson
Saresta Rosenberg Rolland
Charles Rosenberg Jr.
Don Shindler
Laura Shindler
Jim Sido
Jane Pfeifer Sollogub
Marc Sternbaum
Susan Grover Trivers
Harvey Wallace
Jeffrey Wolf


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