Welcome to the Class of 1967 Web site.
Most features of this site are available only to classmates. This includes reunion information, photos from the Harvard and Radcliffe archives, and upcoming events, classmate profiles, books published by classmates, classmate creative works, and an interactive map of where we live. If you haven't already done so, please register for this site now! (Registration here is separate from registration on Harvard's alumni web site, Alumni.Harvard.edu - the old post.harvard.edu.)
The 50th is coming: May 22 - May 25, 2017!
Our 50th College Reunion is upon us, and it's the only one we'll ever have. We want you to join your classmates, encounter new people, continue old conversations and begin new ones. For some this may mean a trip down memory lane. For others, this will be an opportunity to encounter a changed Harvard, set in a changed Boston. The most meaningful part of the reunion will be the people who are in the room. Please come.
Please note - Registration will be open in March.
The dates of the reunion are Monday, May 22nd through May 25th. Early arrivals may register on Sunday afternoon or evening. May 21st, and there will be a welcoming reception that evening. Housing will be available for the evening of the 21st. The Reunion officially ends after Commencement and the Alumni Exercises, but some people may want to stay for Radcliiffe Day on Friday May 26th.
The reunion committee's objectives overall, in what will be a densely packed program, are to make everyone feel welcomed and included, to provide enough time for private reunions among old friends who may not have seen one another for decades, and to have enough discussions of issues of importance to give all classmates a chance to participate.
The committee is working to provide two or three very interesting lectures, a few "open mic" discussions and a several symposia.
Between classmates and guests, we can anticipate between 750 and 900 attendees.
One of our featured events will be an open discussion of VIETNAM, THE CHOICES WE MADE, an e-book containing the essays of more than 170 classmates. The book is available online, free, exclusively to classmates. The essays are stunning and varied and we thank the authors.
We will also have a classmate story time, an authors' table, a Radcliffe meeting, a performance by two undergraduate musical groups and, as always, our own class band, THE FORERUNNERS, old guys with a brand new playlist.
Attendance at the reunion will permit free access to all of Harvard's many libraries and museums, and we will provide information about some area options. Since Harvard Square tends to get very busy during commencement week, we will provide a list of restaurants, cafes and bars in Kendall Square, Central Square, Porter Square and Davis Square, all easily reached on the Red Line, and Watertown Square, a quick bus ride away. Enroute to Watertown you may wish to walk the beautiful grounds of Mt. Auburn Cemetery for birding, history or tranquility. The city of Boston itself is rich with museums (such as the Museum of Fine Arts, Institute of Contemporary Art and the MIT Museum), libraries (the Boston Public Library, and the Boston Atheneum have excellent exhibits and tours), and many good neighborhoods to wander and explore.
Our headquarters, registration center and "hang-out" place will be in Quincy House, very close to the Yard and most of our planned activities. We encourage all of you who have enjoyed previous reunions to pass your comments on to us AND to encourage old classmates and friends to attend. Many new friendships have been made at these reunions and we hope that those who come will be glad they did.
We would like to alert as many '67 class members as possible about all class activities. However we do not have current contact information for some. We are hoping that you can help by providing us with contact information for those "lost" classmates. For a list of the 'missing', click here.