2 May, 2013 By Anonymous (not verified) 0 Comments
Every class reunion at Whittier College is a special one. In recent years, the 50th Reunion celebration has been an opportunity for the class to organize a significant gift campaign focusing on participation and dollar goals that reflect the magnitude of this important milestone.
Class of 1966
Fond memories of Dr. Upton and Design for Thinking, and Dr. Nerhood and Moby Dick probably still echo in your minds. And who can forget notable Poet memories such as "Button Frosh," Jacks, Founders Hill, 'Old Hadley' Field, or The Spot? It was great seeing so many of you at your 50th reunion celebration over Whittier Weekend.
We hope you will participate in your Class Gift.
Many of you can also give back to your alma mater by including Whittier in your will or estate plans by becoming members of the Philadelphian Society. These planned commitments play a tremendous role in maintaining the College's success as a nationally recognized liberal arts institution.
The Class of 1966 is being offered a reduced price of $200 for a Poet brick (deadline December 31). For those who haven't visited campus lately, Poet bricks fill a path between Deihl Hall (formerly Naylor Hall) and the Campus Center, known as Founders Walkway. Each red brick is inscribed with a special message, tribute, or memory. Most alumni inscribe their name and class year. Click here to purchase your Poet brick and take advantage of this limited time opportunity.