Welcome to Class of 1969 WebPage !
We have assembled an enthusiastic, hard working team to make our Thirtieth Reunion fun,
interactive and related to most of our very diverse lives. Spring at Smith is beautiful.
Reunion on the second weekend, May 20-23, is relaxed and easy going, unlike the hurried
environment of graduation weekend. It has plenty of time for long conversations, walks or
runs on campus or nearby. We are anticipating clear, temperate weather that will entice us
to borrow a canoe for paddling on Paradise Pond or time for discovering a few of the
hidden treasures: Capen House Garden on Prospect Street, the Japanese Garden on the north
bank of Paradise Pond or the grounds of mental hospital west of the athletic fields once
familiarly known as "Dippy."
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its contents belongs solely to the Class of 1969. Accuracy of information on this page
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An insight view of new Kristi Andersen's book After Suffrage.
I'm sorry for all the misspellings of your names, I just wanted to know if
you pay attention. :-) Thanks for letting me know that I made couple mistakes.
|Photos from reunion|
The pictures from Class 1969 reunion are to be published soon so keep on checking
the webpage for updates.
I apologize for a break in updating the webpage and I promise to bring new updates
more frequently. At the same time I ask you to send me your suggestions on what you would
like to see on the webpage. Send them to webmaster -
Notes on Saturday afternoon program, Class of '69 reunion,
May 22, 1999