Class of 1960, Jill Galston, whom I was dating in her freshman year.
To some extent, both sets of impressions fused together in my mind.
Saturday, May 20, 2000 Chairman Beard, President Marshall, President Shaw, Trustees, faculty members, parents and friends, alumnae/i reunion classes (especially the unsurpassed Class of 1960): thank you for giving me a great honor as well as the chance to be part of this wonderful day at Wheaton.
My impressions of Wheaton were formed while I was busy forming impressions of the president of the.
Malch displayed table tents stating, “If you have money and want to invest in my store, call me.” Mc Ginty inquired and learned Malch raised $20,000 but needed another $100,000.