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Class of 1963

The Class of 1963
Row 1 (left to right): Carole Baskerville Carson, Rhonda Cundy, Bill Aossey, Pattie Petzinger Werckle, Judy Burroughs Bush, Jan Lagerstrom Kappes, Sue Surak Mussatt, Kathy Bohstedt Harrison, Virginia Baggs Ginsberg, SanDee Bonaker Kinnen, Nancy Franks
Row 2: Vern Fein, Jack Sherwood, Ed Elworthy, Lynne Valentine, Judy Susarrey Montgomery, Jean Loofboro Guritz, Jeanne Barnes Sherwood, Jane Downing Maxson, Ginger Diekmann Jones
Row 3: Harlan Smith, Richard Williams, Mike Scobey, Bill Dressel, Bill Hayden, Tom Adams, Leo Norden, Dory Dutton Turner, Dennis Zuber, Bob Jones
Row 4: Bob McDermand, Ron Schnack, Jim Hughes, Ernie Norris, Kenneth Fisher, Chuck Shoemake, Donavon Goodsell, Eddie Piccard, Ed Truelson, Fred Axmear

Alumnae in Italy

Four ‘70s alumnae who lived in Bowman Hall together took a trip to Italy last summer, where they saw art they had studied in humanities classes. From left: Terry Nelson Smothers ‘71, Jackie Lockridge Wallace ‘71, Karen Kandik ‘72, and Cleda Houmes ‘73.

 

Fans cheer as the Rams blitz Beloit, 58–24, during Cornell’s 100th Homecoming celebration. Credit: Greg Weart ’83

Fans cheer as the Rams blitz Beloit, 58–24, during Cornell’s 100th Homecoming celebration.
Credit: Greg Weart ’83

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The future of Cornell

The name of Cornell College’s strategic plan reflects its ambition: “Re-imagining the Liberal Arts Experience.”

Cornell students love Mount Vernon, but they also 
love to travel. Alumni share some of their favorite road trip memories, from the 1970s to today.

Road trips: Cornell style

Cornell students love Mount Vernon, but they also love to travel. Alumni share some of their favorite road trip memories, from the 1970s to today.