POSTPONED: Looking Back: 50 Years Later. A lunch event featuring the acclaimed video
TO be rescheduled. Refunds will be issued to those who bought lunch tickets.
This event, open to all, will be held at the Fox Hill Village Retirement Community in Westwood, MA, home to a dynamic cadre of the Old Guard. Light lunch at 11:30. Video at noon. Several members of the Class of '66 will be on hand to lead the discussion. Lunch reservations are $16. Please reserve by noon on March 14.
Looking Back: 50 Years Later is a video produced by the Class of 1966 before their 50th Reunion last spring. Click here to view the 6-minute trailer.
Looking Back tells the class' story, good and bad, during an era of change in which the class saw the first hints of coeducation and diversity, experienced the JFK assassination, went wild in the meaningless 1963 spring riot, witnessed and sometimes protested the beginnings of the Vietnam War that would later claim the lives of five class members, enjoyed and contributed to a 24-3 football record including 17 straight wins and Princeton’s last undefeated season during a golden age of Princeton football, traveled to the NCAA Final Four basketball tournament, fabricated the admission of J. D. Oznot '68, and otherwise enjoyed a great education and wonderful times at the best old place of all.
If you like the idea of attending a similar event downtown or need or can offer a ride, contact John Hart ’66 at email@example.com.