Nazareth College Class of '66*
We were an all women's Catholic college
at a time when Mass and "study hours" were compulsory, "dress
"In the Fall of
l962, we the class of "66, began our Nazareth experience.
unheard of, nuns wore habits, meals were served "family style",
curfews were imposed, and
students could be, and in fact were, "campused".
Who would have imagined that forty-seven
years later, some of our closest and dearest friendships and the relationships
begun that Fall, would continue to grow, becoming richer and more meaningful,
and that some of our best times would yet be spent with others from that very
We were young together. It is a wonderful
gift to be with those who share such sweet, funny,
quirky, ridiculous, and heart warning memories.
We are growing old together and the times now
are made more precious by our shared history
and ever evolving traditions, one of which is this Christmas celebration.
May we continue to share our wit and
intelligence, energy, creativity, and compassion with each
other and with this troubled world. Merry Christmas!"
* by Eileen Wurz Hunter at the 2009 Class of '66 Christmas