52nd Reunion - It's a Wrap!
Our delayed 50th reunion brought over 300 classmates and spouses to Cambridge on June 16-19 for a long weekend of enjoyment, growth, entertainment, and good conversation. Old friendships were renewed and new ones made. Summary materials are being posted on this page over the next few weeks. It currently has a link to a video of the Memorial Service video, a moving occasion. (Other events were not recorded due to technical limitations.) Whether you attended or not, these pages should be informative and useful.
Looking to the future, there was widespread support for continuing our Zoom sessions in coming months and years - stay tuned, and let us know if you have ideas for topics to cover!
NEW: Compendium of Recent EMails
Some of you have not been receiving our email "blasts". We now have an email compendium page that collects them all in one place. Find any you missed or misplaced!
We are communicating almost exclusively by email for class-related messages. Very little information will be sent via USMail anymore. If you are not getting emails from us and want to be notified of class events, go to www.hr70.org/email/ to provide us your email address.
Harvard Key - for Protected Pages
You need a "Harvard Key" account with ID and password in order to access many of the materials on this web site. If you don't have one yet you will have to set one up. If have any difficulty at all setting yours up, or using the account you already have, or logging in to access the protected pages, please contact David Siktberg '70 at firstname.lastname@example.org as a first step in getting help. Harvard also has staff that will help with this. The process can be confusing / tricky, so if anything does not work smoothly for you, please reach out for help sooner rather than later.
Past Virtual Class Events
A listing of all past virtual classs events is available on the Past Events page. The brief entries there will take you to separate pages for each where you can learn more and can access the session recordings. These sessions were very well received, so you should find the recordings interesting and enjoyable to play.