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•   John C. Mather  2/14
•   Judith Kaminsky  12/18
•   David Cohen  7/19
•   David N. Dodson  6/13
•   Chris Miller  6/5
•   Christopher L. King  6/3
•   Fred Montgomery  5/17
•   David W. Singleton  5/14
•   Samuel A. Brackeen  5/14
•   Lynn M. Etheredge  5/8
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Who lives where - click links below to find out.

1 lives in Alaska
2 live in Arizona
33 live in California
9 live in Colorado
5 live in Connecticut
3 live in Delaware
4 live in District Of Columbia
5 live in Florida
4 live in Georgia
1 lives in Hawaii
1 lives in Idaho
2 live in Illinois
2 live in Iowa
1 lives in Louisiana
9 live in Maine
6 live in Maryland
10 live in Massachusetts
3 live in Michigan
1 lives in Minnesota
1 lives in Mississippi
7 live in New Hampshire
8 live in New Jersey
1 lives in New Mexico
19 live in New York
4 live in North Carolina
2 live in Ohio
4 live in Oregon
25 live in Pennsylvania
1 lives in Rhode Island
1 lives in South Carolina
2 live in Tennessee
5 live in Texas
3 live in Vermont
7 live in Virginia
6 live in Washington
2 live in Wisconsin
1 lives in Wyoming
1 lives in Nova Scotia
2 live in Ontario
2 live in Quebec
2 live in Australia
1 lives in Greece
1 lives in India
1 lives in Israel
1 lives in Italy
1 lives in Japan
3 live in United Kingdom
11 location unknown



Percentage of Joined Classmates: 54.5%

A:   127   Joined
B:   106   Not Joined
(totals do not include deceased)



Thanks, President Smith,
Swarthmore will be carbon neutral by 2035. 
We are proud to support you.


Our 55th reunion was a great success! 
Great attendance, great panels, lots of conversation, beautiful weather, gorgeous campus, impressive construction site for the geothermal heating system, the new dining center an adventure, and on top of all that, we endowed a second PSRF!  

If you haven't made a gift yet for our 55th reunion and would like to, you have until June 30th for it to count toward our 55th reunion gift. Make sure you designate Class of 1968/PSRF or Green Revolving Fund or both.  

If anybody wants a copy of the most recent Cygnets into Swans 55th Reunion, there are a few left and will be distributed on a first come first serve basis.  Submit requests in the "Contact Us" section.  It will also be posted shortly. In addition, there are extra copies of the 50th reunion Cygnets into Swans also on a first come first serve basis.  

A few pictures below from the parade. 

NYTimes article featuring classmate John Mather and the deep space pictures

See these spectacular photos from deep space and time past through classmate John Mather's incredible work.

Hi Everybody,

Welcome to the Swarthmore Class of 1968 website!!  Remember these folks?  There are more pictures like these on the Past Reunions - 45th Reunion page and the S'more Photos/Art/Pix Gallery - 45th Reunion page.  And you may have a close-up!  

If you haven't yet logged on, go to First Time Visitors on the panel to your left and follow instructions for logging on/registering.

Once you're on the site, you can create a profile for yourself under the Classmate Profile site - third "button" down on the left panel.  When you find your name and click on it, your profile will come up.  Click on "Edit Profile" to begin the process.  

You will find your Halcyon picture on the 1968 Halcyon site half way down the list on the left.  Those who graduated in 1969 will find a link to the 1969 Halcyon as well.  And your Cygnet picture, on the 1964 Cygnet page underneath.  I will be happy to help you retrieve and download and then upload those pictures to the site.  If you have a recent picture in a file that's easy to get to, put your cursor over the picture frame where you'd like it to go on your profile and click on "Select Picture."  Go to the picture file you want and open it.  Follow instructions.  Be patient.  Sometimes the site is slow and the little circle will wheel around for a bit before your picture is completely uploaded. 

The Class Gift proposals are listed in an index under Class Gift Proposals.  Each proposal is presented at greater length which you can access with the dropdown menu.  There is a general Class Gift discussion forum and individual discussion forums for each proposal under the Class Gift Discussion Forums on the left.

Go ahead.  Poke around.  You can't break anything.  

Email me with questions.  Send feedback that would be helpful for those who will come after.

Good luck and have fun.  It's a brave new world in here.

Nancy Bennett, Administrator