Friday, April 5, 2013


The VU Centennial Class is back!

The Class of 1973 returns to the Vanderbilt campus the weekend of October 3-5, 2013 for its 40th Reunion.

With this blog (as we did five years ago), connected with our Class Facebook page and  web site (still under construction), you will be able to find the latest information on the activities for Reunion weekend and all the other details you'll need to have a great time. And through this blog, you'll also have a chance to look back and remember all the great times we had at Vandy back in the late 1960s and early '70s, and think back as well on what it meant to live during what was both a turbulent and historic period in our nation and our culture.

If you have any topics or things to suggest we look back on or talk about on the blog, let me know at Also please feel free to scroll and down and look at what we discussed back in 2008. We'll probably cover some of the same topics (heck, the football team looks to be even better than it was back in the 2008 season) and Nashville is currently one of the "it" cities in the entire nation according to THE NEW YORK TIMES.

Vanderbilt continues to become a national university and the campus continues to grow and change, while still in many ways having the same "feel" and beauty we all remember.  Many of our favorite haunts near campus remain in business including Rotiers,  Pancake Pantry and the Elliston Place Soda Shop among others. Maybe 40 years wasn't so long ago after all!

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