Alumni from the classes of 1968 and earlier returned to their alma mater the weekend of June 6-9, 2013 for a time of remembrance, fellowship, education and celebration.
Biology professor James Godde describes student and faculty adventures during excursions "Into the Wild."
Ralph Whiteman ’52 loads passengers onto a bus, prior to taking them on a tour of Maple City landmarks.
Ralph tries out the makeshift PA system.
President Mauri Ditzler welcomes early arrivers during an orientation session.
Prior to Thursday's progressive dinner, alumni enjoy wine and cheese in the Huff Athletic Center concourse.
Former classmates catch up on the latest news.
The salad course is served in the Morgan Room, which once housed the stacks of the old library.
The main course of the progressive dinner is served in the new Veterans Memorial Great Room of the Center for Science and Business.
Dee Ann Shuff ’63 takes her audience "From Monmouth to Far-Away Places and Back."
Dee Ann confers with classmate Stan Chism following her presentation.
President Ditzler describes the planning process that led to the construction of the Center for Science and Business.
Chaplain Teri Ott explains the many religious life initiatives she is leading, both on and off campus.
Enjoying a lunch at Petey's Pub and Grill.
Heinz Brisske ’71 leads a seminar on estate planning.
Alumni gather at the Educational Garden for a tour.
Garden House resident George Burnette ’14 shows a jar of honey produced by bees from the garden hives.
Garden House resident Allison Razo ’15 (left) describes the variety of produce grown in the Educational Garden.
Educational studies professor Craig Vivian, who also dabbles in beekeeping, demonstrates how a honeycomb is constructed.
George discusses the composting process at the Educational Garden.
George and Allison discuss the greenhouse built by students.
A student-created metal sculpture supports a wisteria vine in a corner of the garden.
MC vice presidents respond to questions from alumni.
Bryn Namavari ’06 discusses her architectural designs with Robert Gundersen as art professor Cheryl Meeker looks on.