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Use this page to connect with fellow classmates, share updates, and prepare for Reunion Weekend.
FRIDAY Manhattanville Campus Update
Class of 1964 Reunion Luncheon with Dean Glenn Hubbard
All-Class Welcome Reception at Guastavino’s
SATURDAY Dean Glenn Hubbard’s State of the School Address
Reunion Class Cocktails and Dinner at The St. Regis Hotel
SUNDAY Alumni Family Brunch at The Lighthouse at Pier 61
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Class Notes

Kaspar Speckle
Kaspar Speckle writes: " I started my education at the School in September 1963; graduated in October 1964. I received a Fulbright travel grant and traveled by ship to NY, as well as a fellowship from the Austrian Chamber of Commerce. The most impressive event I witnessed was while in Low Library studying -- some students had radios, and all of sudden came the news that President Kennedy was shot. We were all completely stunned. The International House organized to drive for the funeral. I also remember the dedicated of the new Uris Hall new on March 20, 1964. I formed a great group of international friends from the United States, South Africa, Great Britain, and Austria, and we still get together. I went on to earn a PhD in 1967 at the Vienna Business school. Studying at Columbia was the experience of a lifetime for me, and I become co-founded the Austria-Germany-Switzerland Alumni Club. The club meets every year for four days - each year organized by alumni in one of the countries."

Thomas Butler (Thosnbutler@aol.com)
Thomas Butler writes: "I won't be at reunion, so wanted to share this instead: retired at 65 in Denver after a career as an internal management consultant with the state of Colorado -- not Wall Street, but challenging enough. (Although five years ahead of him in school, appears I've been less successful than Henry Kravis, '69. Why is that?) Cholesterol level a bit high but otherwise in good health."

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