Class of 1970

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Jennifer Guy '09
Coordinator of Alumni Reunions and Special Events
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Jennifer joined the GAA in January 2017. She is thrilled to be back at Carolina and loves bumping into fellow Tar Heels on her (almost) daily walks around campus. In her spare time, Jennifer can be found chasing her daughters with her college sweetheart Shawn ’08, dining with friends at their favorite restaurants, playing the piano or getting lost in a good book.

Now is the time to start making your plans to come to Chapel Hill for your 50th class reunion, Thursday, May 7 – Sunday, May 10, 2020.

We’ll begin Thursday evening with a reception in Graham Memorial (near the Davie Poplar, the Old Well and Franklin Street), and we’ll conclude, adorned in Carolina blue gowns, processing into Kenan Stadium on Sunday. Stay tuned to your email and as we update you with weekend details.

Miss the spirit of this place? Watch these videos: Carolina Is and Tar Heel Voices. We think they will bring you right back to the Southern Part of Heaven, before you really come back in May for your 50th reunion.

We will come together in 2020 to share this very special, once-in-a-lifetime occasion to celebrate our 50th reunion.

P.S. You’ll remember our class participated in the UNC Alumni Heart Study while we were in school at UNC. This study and associated research has gone on for the past 50 years, can you believe it? Here are the findings from that study.

Schedule of Events

Thursday, May 7

5:30 – 7 p.m. |Class of 1970 Opening Reception
Graham Memorial

Begin Spring Reunions Weekend at a private reception at Graham Memorial. Enjoy light hors d’oeuvres along with beverages including beer and wine. Casual attire. Reunion check-in packets will be available for pick up. This event is sponsored by Galloway Ridge at Fearrington and Class of ’70 Reunion Patrons. Price $45; GAA member price $30

Friday, May 8

9 a.m. – 4 p.m. | Reunion Check-In and Information Desk Open
Lobby, George Watts Hill Alumni Center

9 – 10 a.m. | FEATURED ENRICHMENT SESSION – Cancer — Its Prevention, Detection and Treatment
Blue Zone (Concourse Level), Kenan Stadium

Where we are making progress and where we are not. Incredible breakthroughs are occurring in the detection and treatment of cancer, but many challenges and mysteries of the disease remain. What is happening at UNC and around the world? Join Dr. Shelley Earp ’70 (MS ’72), director, UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center, to learn the latest in this important area of medicine.

10:10 – 11:10 a.m. | FEATURED ENRICHMENT SESSION – UNC’s Physical Master Plan
Blue Zone (Concourse Level), Kenan Stadium

What changes to the physical plan of campus and its structures are in the offing? Will the character of the campus change? Will it be getting larger? Decentralizing? What is the fate of some of our favorite (and least favorite) buildings? What role will UNC play in the future of downtown Chapel Hill? These and other topics will be addressed by Anna Wu, vice chancellor for facility services, and Evan Yassky, university architect.

10:10 – 11: 10 a.m. | Walking Tour of Campus
Departs from the George Watts Hill Alumni Center

The walking tour is a pleasant way to revisit the older sections of main campus, although there are plenty of new sites to see along the way.

11:30 a.m. | Old Students Club Luncheon
The Carolina Club, George Watts Hill Alumni Center

James Lee Love (class of 1884) donated an endowment to the General Alumni Association to fund an annual gathering of the “Old Students Club” for all who have reached or passed the 50th anniversary of their graduation year. Thomas Willis Lambeth ’57 will be our featured speaker. Lambeth concluded his distinguished career of public service as executive director of the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation, prior to which he served as administrative assistant to Congressman L. Richardson Preyer and North Carolina Gov. Terry Sanford ’39, and was on staff at the H. Smith Richardson Foundation. Lambeth served on the UNC Board of Trustees, of which he was chair, as well as the longtime chair of the GAA’s Tar Heel Network. He has also served as chair of the GAA Board of Directors. Lambeth has earned the North Carolina Award from the State of North Carolina, the University Award from the UNC System, both an Honorary Degree and Distinguished Alumnus Award from UNC, the William Richardson Davie Award from the UNC Board of Trustees and the Distinguished Service Medal from the GAA. Upon his retirement from the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation, the foundation made a gift to establish Thomas Willis Lambeth Professorships in the College of Arts and Sciences as well as the Schools of Government and Social Work. In addition, the Thomas Willis Lambeth Distinguished Lecture in Public Policy was established in 2006 by a gift of an anonymous donor. Each graduate from 1970 and earlier, along with one guest, are welcome to attend the luncheon at no cost. Space is limited, registration required.

1:30 – 2:30 p.m. | Guided Walking or Bus Tours of Campus
Both tours depart from the George Watts Hill Alumni Center

The walking tour revisits the older sections of main campus, although there are plenty of new sites to see along the way. The bus tour is the best way to see the new and familiar of main campus while also learning about the ever-expanding southern edges of UNC. All tours are complimentary. Tickets for bus tours will be given on a first-come, first-served basis as limited seats are available.

1:30 – 2:30 p.m. | FEATURED ENRICHMENT SESSION – Issues and Challenges Facing UNC 
Blue Zone (Concourse Level), Kenan Stadium

A town hall meeting with campus leaders in a conversation about the future plans and hurdles facing UNC. Topics will come from the moderator, Buck Goldstein ‘70, as well as the audience and likely will include the new strategic plan, UNC’s role in the state, diversity in the faculty and student body and campus and state relations, to name just a few. Engage with and ask questions of panel members Richard Y. Stevens ’70 (’74 MPA, JD), chair of the Board of Trustees; Kevin Guskiewicz, chancellor; Lloyd Kramer, faculty chair and director of Carolina Public Humanities; and Patricia S. Parker, chair of the department of communications.

1:30 – 5:30 p.m. | GAA Vintage Slideshow Narrated by Andy Griffith ’49 and Charles Kuralt ’55 (continuous showings)
The Carolina Club, George Watts Hill Alumni Center

Andy Griffith ’49 narrated an award-winning slideshow used by the GAA during the 1970s. Charles Kuralt ’55 narrated another award-winning slideshow used by the GAA during the 1980s. Both shows feature beautiful and historic photographs and entertaining narrations that make them fun to view even decades later. Drop in and out at any time throughout the day to view as much of these vintage shows as you wish.

2:40 – 3:40 p.m. | FEATURED ENRICHMENT SESSION – Carolina Men’s Basketball – As Experienced by the Class of ‘70
Blue Zone (Concourse Level), Kenan Stadium

Jim Delany ’70 (’73 JD), Eddie Fogler ’70 (’73 MAT) and Charles Scott ’70 share their walk down memory lane (with no turnovers) – from their freshman team onward to two consecutive Final Fours. Led by future Naismith Hall of Fame coaches Dean Smith and Larry Brown ’63 and assisted by coaches Bill Guthridge and John Lotz at both freshmen and varsity levels, this dynamic team was populated by many future professional players, including Naismith Hall of Fame inductee Scott, as well as many Morehead Scholars on the freshmen team. Like all undergraduates during the 1966-70 period, Scott, Fogler and Delany were keenly aware of and buffeted by the times and the associated social experiences. These teammates each had children who went on to play college sports and graduate from Vanderbilt, Ohio State and UNC. Hear their perceptions of how their children’s experiences were similar to and different from their own experiences 50 years ago.

3 – 4 p.m. | Guided Bus Tour of Campus
See 1:30 p.m. tour description. 

3 – 5 p.m. | Bell Tower Open
Climb the Bell Tower and take in the views from this stunning campus landmark.

4:15 – 5:15 p.m. | Guided Bus Tour of Campus

See 1:30 p.m. tour description.

5:30 p.m. | Class of ’70 Reunion Photograph
George Watts Hill Alumni Center

6 – 7:30 p.m. | Reunion Check-In Reopens
Blue Zone (Concourse Level), Kenan Stadium (site of Jubilee on the Hill)

6 – 8 p.m. | Jubilee on the Hill
Blue Zone (Concourse Level), Kenan Stadium

All Spring Reunions Weekend participants and alumni are invited to this festive, casual social for spectacular stadium views and good conversation. A nostalgic menu will feature Porthole-style rolls, chopped house salad, green beans and lasagna reminiscent of the Rathskeller. Casual attire. Price $40; GAA member price $25.

Saturday, May 9

9 – 10 a.m. | FEATURED ENRICHMENT SESSION – Saturday Morning in Chapel Hill: Carolina Across the Generations
Pleasants Family Assembly Room, Wilson Library

Dick Baddour ’66 – retired after 45 years of service as a University administrator in student affairs, undergraduate admissions, the School of Law and athletics – will moderate. This session has been a favorite for reunion participants going back over a decade. What’s it like to be a student today compared to undergraduates in the 1960s? Baddour will pose questions to a panel of four current students and four graduates from the class of ‘70. Audience participation is encouraged.

9 – 10:30 a.m. | AFROTC Detachment 590 Commissioning Ceremony and Open House

The Carolina Club, George Watts Hill Alumni Center

Attend the ’20 AFROTC Commissioning Ceremony and support the brand new class of second lieutenants as they begin their Air Force journey. Afterward, enjoy refreshments with the detachment. Come out and share your stories with our future military leaders. Following the ceremony and reception, head over to the ROTC Naval Armory to continue the conversation and see the historic building. Contact Kendrick Fitzgerald, USAF and assistant professor of aerospace studies, AFROTC Detachment 590, at (919) 962-7367 or by email at for questions and to RSVP.

9 a.m. – 1 p.m. | Wilson Special Collections Library Open House
Wilson Library

Visit Wilson Library for music, memories and special exhibitions. The library evokes memories of 1970 with a photo slideshow highlighting the class of ’70, courtesy of the North Carolina Collection Photographic Archives, and a soundtrack of hits from that year provided by the Southern Folklife Collection. Visit the exhibition “Papers for the People: A Treasury of North Carolina News Sources” in the N.C. Collection Gallery and the exhibition “Women at Carolina” in the Melba Remig Saltarelli Exhibit Room.

10:15 – 11:15 a.m. | FEATURED ENRICHMENT SESSION – Chapel Hill in the ‘60s
Pleasants Family Assembly Room, Wilson Library

From Harry’s to The Shack; from the Speaker Ban Law to Kent State; from in loco parentis to (almost) anything goes; from Jubilee and changing musical tastes … A panel of 1970 classmates, moderated by Bland Simpson ’70, will reflect on what we recall, what was meaningful, what difference it all made, how we changed and how we affected the University.

11:30 a.m. | UNC School of Nursing Class of 1970 50th Reunion Luncheon
UNC School of Nursing

Tours and demonstrations will begin at 10 a.m. Luncheon will begin at 11:30 a.m. Contact Deanna Wilkie, UNC School of Nursing director of annual giving and donor and alumni relations, at or (919) 966-1412 for more information and to RSVP by April 30.

12:15 p.m. | Annual Alumni Luncheon
The Carolina Club, George Watts Hill Alumni Center

The GAA’s 2020 Distinguished Service Medals will be presented to James Edward Delany ’70 (’73 JD), Charles Edward Lovelace Jr. ’77 (’79 MBA) and John LeRoy Townsend III ’77 (’82 MBA). Greetings from UNC Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz and a performance by the UNC Clef Hangers. Dress is business casual. Price $30

2 – 4 p.m. | Carmichael Makerspace Tour and Activity
Carmichael Makerspace, Carmichael Residence Hall

The newest BeAM makerspace on campus is the only one located in a residence hall. You can meet with student makers and see cutting-edge technology in action. Best of all, you and your family can make your own one-of-a-kind UNC memorabilia. Come see why so many UNC students, staff and faculty are joining the maker community.

2 – 4:30 p.m.  | Campus Y Open House
Campus Y, Anne Queen Lounge

Drop by anytime during the open house to reminisce with old friends from the class of ‘70 and talk with current student leaders of the Campus  Y. Tour the YMCA building, which was renovated in 2007 and includes historical exhibits from Y history as well as a student-run coffee shop in the lobby. Refreshments and coffee provided.

6 – 11 p.m. |Class of 1970 50th Reunion Dinner and Dancing With The Embers
The Carolina Club, George Watts Hill Alumni Center

Gather with your classmates for drinks followed by an elegant, seated dinner. After dinner, enjoy dessert and live music from The Embers. Dancing is encouraged. Dress is coat and tie for men and dresses or evening pantsuits for women. Cash bar available. Price $75; GAA member price $55. The price per person was reduced thanks to donations from Class of ’70 Reunion Patrons.

Sunday, May 10

8–9:30 a.m. Class of ’70 Commencement Processional
Kenan Football Center, fifth floor

Don’t miss this opportunity to participate in a wonderful Carolina tradition in which you join the processional into Kenan Stadium for the 2020 Commencement. This event is consistently rated by past 50th reunion participants as a favorite event of the weekend. Parking instructions and all necessary details will be provided in reunion packets for those who RSVP. Spouses and guests are welcome to join the fun for coffee and socializing in our gathering spot and will have a perfect vantage point to watch the procession. Following the processional, which should end before 9:30 a.m., you may depart or enjoy the rest of the Commencement program.

9 a.m. Commencement
Kenan Stadium

Letter from Doug Dibbert '70, GAA President

Dear Classmates,

On a hot, sticky evening in Kenan Stadium, on Monday, June 1, 1970, we graduated from Carolina.

Yes, it has indeed been almost 50 years, and soon you’ll receive a message from our freshman class president, Professor Bland Simpson, who not only enjoyed growing up in Chapel Hill and attending Carolina, but has also long taught and continues to teach Creative Writing at UNC.

And like me, Bland will encourage you to circle these dates –Thursday, May 7 – Sunday, May 10, 2020, for our 50th Class Reunion.

We’ll begin Thursday evening with a reception in Graham Memorial (near the Davie Poplar, the Old Well and Franklin Street), and we’ll conclude, adorned in Carolina blue gowns, processing into Kenan Stadium on Sunday (to late 60’s music selected by all 1970 attendees).

We have only this one opportunity to celebrate our 50th reunion, and we welcome your suggestions and your ideas for enrichment programing, for elements to include in our 50th anniversary edition of the Yackety Yack, and for what you think should be “must haves” at our Saturday night golden-anniversary gathering.

Most importantly, we need – and ask – your personal commitment to attend and to encourage other classmates to attend. Only by personally reaching out (call, email, write, visit, text, FaceTime, Skype, etc.) can you be certain that all those who you most want to see will know that you’re going to attend and that you really want them to attend, too.

Even if it is your first return visit since June 1, 1970, now is the time to start making your personal plans to come to Chapel Hill. If you have friends who live in the Triangle, please don’t wait for them to reach out to you to invite you to stay with them. Contact them, and invite yourself to be their guest. Yes, be bold, and if you live in the Triangle and have classmates with whom you really want to share this special weekend, reach out to them now and offer them your guest bedroom(s).

If you don’t have friends in the Triangle but have classmates with whom you’d like to share the weekend, why not consider coming together at an area Airbnb? Many did just that in during the class of ’69 reunion and felt like they had had one grand, nostalgic Jubilee weekend.

Our individual journeys over the past 50 years have been varied – with joys and sorrows, successes and failures, dreams fulfilled and aspirations unmet. We will come together because we realize something special happened during our time together in Chapel Hill and at Carolina – even if we didn’t know it then and even if we didn’t all know each other. We will come together in 2020 because we are fortunate to be healthy and are anxious to share this very special, once-in-a-lifetime occasion.

So, for now, please simply affirm the following by emailing

• I/we will be there!

• I/we will contact other classmates. (If you are a GAA member, you have 24/7 access to our online alumni directory where you’ll find the latest contact information for Carolina’s 330,000+ living alumni. If you are not a GAA member, please just send me the names of those you’d like to contact.)

• I/we would like to serve on the Reunion Planning Committee.

• I/we live too far away to serve on any committees, but here are some suggestions:

When I returned to Carolina nearly 37 years ago, quite honestly, I didn’t anticipate that I’d still be here and still serving as alumni director. Well, I am fortunate to still be here, and I am anxious to do all that I can, with each of you, to make our 50th reunion the very best.

Thank you for what you have done, are doing and will do. In the meantime, you can also look back on our 45th Class Reunion.

Yours at Carolina,


Douglas S. Dibbert ’70 | (919) 962-7050

Letter from Bland Simpson '70, Freshman Class President

Dear Classmates,

Though it scarcely seems like the half century it has been since we began our class’s senior year at Carolina, looking toward our upcoming graduations in June of 1970, the calendar now advises us that our turn is nigh for forming up and taking a 50th graduation anniversary lap around Kenan Stadium, on Sunday, May 10th, 2020.

Yet we will do much more than that here in Chapel Hill in May.  With the help and guidance of UNC’s General Alumni Association, long and wonderfully led by our fellow Class of ‘70 member Doug Dibbert, we will enjoy a variety of social and academic events over this Thursday to Sunday long weekend (May 7th-10th).  Planning has now begun, and specifics will be forthcoming – please make plans to be here and encourage other classmates as well.

And please, for a moment, just think back:  what incredible teachers we had!  I remember so fondly and deeply appreciate Elizabeth Nathans, Don Mathews, Joel Williamson and Herbert Bodman in history; Ruel Tyson in religious studies; poet-professor Lou Lipsitz, Andy Scott and Earl Wallace in political science; Walter Spearman in journalism; Jerry Mills, the Renaissance scholar, and Tom Stumpf in English, who taught the Old Testament as literature . . . and so many more.

We all recall Charlie Scott’s, Larry Miller’s and Dick Grubar’s basketball heroics, and my own thoughts of those days always return to the constant talk of politics and music:  at Harry’s restaurant next to the downtown post office on Franklin Street, in Old East dorm, and at the Carolina Political Union and at the Daily Tar Heel, both then on the top floor of Graham Memorial.

Much has since changed about Chapel Hill, of course, but the great heart of Carolina beats on as strong as ever.  As a faculty member here in English and Creative Writing since 1982, teaching alongside Doris Betts and Max Steele, I have been honored to witness and work with such cherished colleagues and with so many young, talented Tar Heel writers – and to stay in touch with so many of these students well after their graduations, just as those of us in the Class of ’70 remained friends with our former professors, who gave us so much.

We have a lot to remember together, and we will have a big time doing so.  Just as our undergraduate years at Carolina were once-in-a-lifetime, so will this 50th anniversary gathering be.  Please do come back and bring the family, and be among lifelong friends for this glorious Chapel Hill occasion.

With great friendship,

Bland Simpson
President, Class of ’70, Freshman Year
Kenan Distinguished Professor of English & Creative Writing
UNC Chapel Hill

Letter from Buck Goldstein '70, Classmate

Dear Classmates,

It is often said that anyone who remembers the ’60s wasn’t really there. This is great news for those of us who have a hard time reminiscing about the good old days when there is still so much left to do. Sure, you might have a vague recollection of acid being used for more than removing stains and weed being inhaled rather than eradicated with Round Up. You might remember Janis Joplin’s after-concert performance at the St. A house but you’re probably not sure if you were actually there or you heard about it the next day. If everyone who claimed to have demonstrated, turned over tables or camped out in Polk Place actually did, the craziness our class inflicted on our school would have been magnified tenfold. Even your handshake with Muhammad Ali after his talk in Carmichael might or might not have actually happened. So, admit it: You don’t remember much and what you do remember has been altered by the passage of time. So with the nostalgia out of the way, you can return to Chapel Hill with a focus on the present and, more importantly, the future.

Kay and I have been living in Chapel Hill for the last 16 years, and I can promise you that sitting on the wall at McCorkle Place or just walking into Sutton’s or Carolina Coffee Shop is still a joy. Even better is having a conversation with a young historian on reconstruction or a chemist on nanotechnology or a journalist about the impact of social media on reporting the news. Amidst all the change over the last 50 years, the magic of this place remains. Spending the weekend here will make you smile and remind you that there will always be a place in your heart for Chapel Hill.

But, if you are like me you might not be sure if you can ever go home again. Give it a try for the sake of the future. As students, we believed we could make a difference, and there is no reason to stop thinking that now. Our class has always found itself in the middle of monumental change and the current environment is no exception. Our reunion will give us a chance to spend time with experts, some of whom are your classmates and will help you make sense of the world we live in.  More importantly, it will remind you of a set of enduring values like fact-based inquiry and the free flow of controversial ideas even when you disagree with them. You also will be reminded of the joy of learning something new.

Our generation has always had an outsized influence on the culture we live in. There are more of us than any other and, for better or worse, we spoke our mind. Come to our reunion, spend a great weekend being rejuvenated and then go home rededicated to making a difference.

See you in May.
Buck Goldstein

Letter from Jim Delany '70, Classmate


I hope you are planning to be in Chapel Hill next May 7-10 for our 50th reunion. Yup — it’s a half century since we graduated, with lots of water over the dam.

As a former chair of the GAA Board of Directors, owner of a second home on the Haw River in Chatham County and proud parent of two UNC graduates, I’ve had ample time to catch up and stay engaged with our University over the past 15 years. What excites me most about this reunion is reengaging with classmates and friends to remember, explore and reflect on our time in Chapel Hill from 1966-70.

I’ve asked my friends Charles Scott ’70 and Eddie Fogler ’70, who were teammates and fellow captains on Carolina basketball teams during our time in Chapel Hill, to join me Friday afternoon to discuss, reflect and share perspectives on those formative and fascinating years on campus. Playing for Coach Smith, living through dramatic social and political change — while making our way as undergraduate students — sure was interesting. I’m sure you, along with the three of us, can learn and benefit by looking back and remembering moments and sharing perspectives from 50 years ago. Our 1966-67 freshmen basketball team, coached by Larry Brown ’63, has come together for reunions five or six times over the past 50 years, and we plan to do so again when we’re together in May.

We have lost some of our best friends and teammates over the years, but we will gather to remember them along with the good and challenging times from that dynamic and transformative four-year period. I encourage you to come, enjoy, remember and celebrate as well as call, email, write and otherwise reach out to classmates you really hope and want to see and encourage them to join us.

— Jim Delany ’70, Chicago

50th Reunion Committee Members

We are grateful to have a growing list of classmates participating in our 50th reunion planning. Want to join in on all the fun? Email to find out you can get involved.

50th Reunion Committee Members: Margaret Avery, Betty Bouldin, Brian Buxton, Doug Dibbert, Joey Edwards, JoAnne Fahey Ivie, Jill Gammon, Carolyn Goldfinch, Buck Goldstein, Bill Green, Don Howard, Larry Howell, Charles Ingram, Beth Isenhour, John Jensen, Becky Jensen, Alex Julian, Jean Kitchin, Bill Lee, Linda Rainey Campbell, Pat Reighard, Joe Ritok, Judy Rogers, Gerry Rogers, Jane Rogers Jones, Bland Simpson, Candice Teeter, Donald Teeter, Cindy Thacker, Gwen Waddell-Schultz, Kay Wagoner, Sigur Whitaker, Phil Wood, Ann Wood, Linda Woodard, Mary Brent Wright, Jan Yopp

50th Anniversary Yackety Yack

Don’t miss your chance to purchase this historical souvenir booklet containing classmate updates in honor of your 50th reunion. Books can be purchased through the reunion registration form. For now, enjoy a look back at the Class of ’70 25th Anniversary Yackety Yack (published in 1995).

50th Reunion Patrons

Please become a class of ’70 50th Reunion Patron

Following the tradition of 50th reunion classes before us, we have created a Patron Fund for our upcoming 50th Reunion, May 7 – 10, 2020.  Your contribution to our Patron Fund directly supports our class reunion. Classmates may make a contribution to this fund to help defray the costs of events such as the Saturday night banquet and dance, the publication of our 50th Anniversary Yackety Yack, courtesy refreshments at various events and discreet assistance to fellow classmates who would like to attend our 50th Reunion but need financial assistance to do so. By keeping ticket costs and reunions expenses down, we hope to encourage more of our classmates to attend. Funds that remain, after our reunion expenses are covered, will go towards a class gift in honor of our 50th anniversary.

Our patron fundraising goal is $25,000. As we are the class of ’70, we suggest a contribution of $270, but contributions of any size are welcome. Those who contribute $270 or more will automatically receive a copy of the 50th Anniversary Yackety Yack, our class’s 50th anniversary souvenir booklet containing classmate contact information and updates, at no additional cost. While contribution amounts will remain confidential, all contributors will be listed alphabetically and thanked in the 50th Anniversary Yackety Yack for donations made before the content submission deadline of Jan. 19. You may know someone or have a business contact who might donate $1,000, $5,000 or more. So don’t hesitate. Send your donation now. You may send a check, pay by credit card or contribute online using this link. Sending your donation now allows us to better budget for the events and activities being planned, helping make this our most memorable reunion yet.

The reunion committee members have all pledged their support to meet our patron fundraising goal. We look forward to seeing you in Chapel Hill, May 7 – 10, where the skies are Carolina blue, the Old Well offers cool water and Franklin Street is still the place to be.

Kind regards,

Buck Goldstein ’70 and Bill Perreault ’70, 50th Reunion Patron Fund Co-Chairs

Click here to view the current list of 50th Reunion Patrons. Viewing this list on a mobile device? Click on “View Desktop Site” then click on the “Class of ’70 50th Reunion Patrons” tab at the top of the web page (right beside “Summary”).

See Who's Coming

Click here to see who is registered to attend. Viewing this list on a mobile device? Click on “View Desktop Site” then click on the “Attendee Lists” tab at the top of the web page (right beside “Summary”). This list updates in real time, so check back often to see the most up-to-date list of who is registered to attend. Interested in contacting your classmates and encouraging them to attend? Email Jennifer Guy ’09 at Be sure your own University record is up to date so Carolina friends can connect with you, too.

Class of '70 Authors

We acknowledge several of our class of ’70 classmates have authored books. Take a look at a list of them. Do you know of additional class of ’70 authors/books to add to this list? Email us at to share.