DARTMOUTH CLASS OF 1965
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Fall Mini Reunion September 19-22, 2024
June 16-18, 2025
Classmates Gather in Class ’65 Conference Room
Moosilauke Ravine Lodge
Dartmouth Undying: The book which celebrates Dartmouth’s 250th is available for purchase at
The book is an enduring chronicle of Dartmouth’s storied and eclectic history: a stunningly designed, 272-page coffee-table celebration that draws from the College’s rich archives and finest writers and visual story tellers. Published in conjunction with Dartmouth’s 250th anniversary, Dartmouth Undying is the first historical retrospective since the advent of co-education and Dartmouth’s re-commitment to its founding promise of educating Native Americans.
Edited by Jim Collins ‘84 (Editor Yankee Magazine, Dartmouth Alumni Magazine) David Shribman ‘76 (Dartmouth Trustee, Editor of the Pittsburgh Gazette, Pulitzer Prize Winner).
When you purchase the book at dartmouth-undying.com 50% of the profits go to projects which support the history and traditions of Dartmouth. Prior/ongoing supported projects include: portrait of John Ledyard (on display in Baker), unification and re-dedication of plaques at Memorial Field, information booth on the Green, production of the Dartmouth Undying book etc.
Stephen Waterhouse 1943-2017
Click on link below to Valley News article on the life of
Steve Waterhouse ’65, T’67
2018 Winter Trip to Mt. Moosilauke
“What I Learned Photographing the Vietnam War”
by Dick Durrance ’65
Dartmouth Alumni Magazine July/August 2017
Feature Article “The Idiocy of War”
The article features Vietnam war photos by Dick Durrance ’65 who was an Army combat photographer. It also mentions our three Classmates who made the ultimate sacrifice for their Country in Vietnam: Dennis Berger ’65, Stephen McVean ’65, and John Seel ’65.
The 50th Reunion was a brilliant success — Look at these great photographs:
Out-going Class 1965 President, Roger Hansen, summarized the proceedings:
“The 50th Reunion of the Great Class of 1965 was a rousing success. Getting us off to a terrific start on Thursday was the Jim Hamilton Memorial Hike up Mt. Moosilauke with about 30 classmates and guests making the climb. Dedication of our Class of 1965 Bunkhouse and a celebratory reception and dinner followed. We are all delighted with the finished product.
Back to campus Friday, there was a succession of wonderful seminars, meals, and social time. At lunch on Saturday we presented President Hanlon with our Dartmouth College Fund check, the Ceremonial Key to the Bunkhouse and title to the PASSION FOR SKIING book and PASSION FOR SNOW film.
Our Class led the procession of guests, faculty and graduates into Commencement on Sunday. The last formal event of the reunion was a marvelous magic show by our own Rich Block ’65 after dinner on Monday.”
June 2016 Normandy D-Day Mini Reunion
See details on Mini Reunions Page
More to follow!