50th Reunion Archive

Tom Gottshall was our 50th Reunion Chair. Here’s his ‘Thank You’ letter to the class.

More materials will be present here, too. Please stay tuned!

John Mauceri “From Gershwin to Hamilton”

Yale Class of 1967 – 50th Reunion


Retrospective on Kingman Brewster



Classmate Experience I


Concert by the ’67 Whiffenpoofs


MORE REUNION HIGHLIGHTS  Click here for a page full of videos of the highlights of our 50th Reunion, including:

  • From Gershwin to Hamilton: John Mauceri’s masterful description of the evolution of Broadway musicals.
  • Yale At Rest, Tom Gottshall’s tour of the Grove Street Cemetery, featuring the graves of Ezra Stiles, Timothy Dwight (who, according to Tom, cordially detested each other), Jonathan Trumbull, Samuel F.B. Morse, Noah Webster, Eli Whitney, Walter Camp and, of course, Kingman Brewster, on whose grave our class laid a memorial wreath.
  • The Class Dinner at Commons on Friday night, featuring the awarding of AYA awards for distinguished service to our class and a surprise visit from Walter the puppy, aka Handsome Dan XVIII.
  • The Saturday night dinner at Davenport on Saturday night, featuring the sing-along led by the Whiffenpoofs.
  • The Classmate Experience II panel, featuring Victor Ashe sharing his public service experiences, beginning in Tennessee and culminating in his appointment as U.S. Ambassador to Poland; Henry Jones describing his experiences living in the old/new South, where he became a U.S. Magistrate Judge; and Jorge Dominguez commenting on his life in Cuba and at Harvard.