This is the last week of classes for Cornell students, and spring has finally arrived on campus. Study week begins Thursday and exams start on Monday. Cornell’s 11th president, Hunter Rawlings, has begun his term as Cornell’s interim president—again. Cornell women’s lacrosse team won the Ivy League tournament squeaking by Penn, 11-10, in Philadelphia on Sunday. The Big Red hosts the next round of the NCAA women’s lacrosse tournament this coming weekend in Ithaca.
Last week our [notable] class hosted a great event in New York City for the classes of the ’70s, and it turns out that we got folks from the 60’s too! Classmates Alice Brown and Marleen Kay Davis organized a guided tour of the High Line, the refurbished elevated freight line that is helping to resurrect Manhattan’s West Side. Afterwards all gathered for cocktails at the Frying Pan at Pier 66 Maritime Bar on the Hudson River. A great time was had and you can see the photos here. (Password is notable)
Events like this take place thanks to funds from your class dues. Last month you received a letter from our Membership Chair Jodi Sielschott Stechschulte encouraging you to pay your class dues. In addition to helping us pay for class events, dues help us plan and organize our reunions, continually communicate with classmates through our website, emails and paper mailings. And your class dues support the award-winning Cornell Alumni News.
Your dues are due by June 30. Thank you to all who have already paid and, for those who haven’t yet, please do so soon. It’s easy. You can pay on-line here. Or you can just send a check made payable to Cornell Class of 1974 to Cornell University, P.O. Box 25841, Lehigh Valley, PA 18003-9695.
Dues are $60 and include your annual subscription to the Magazine or $30 without the magazine. Dues for Class Couples are $65 and $35, respectively.
Our class remains strong because we never give up on making and keeping Cornell and Class of ’74 connections. Thank you for being a part of that effort and thanks for supporting our class through class dues.
President [Notable] Class of ‘74