Zoom Sessions and other ’67 Videos

3/25/20  Tom Phillips: Creating the High Point Community in Seattle

4/22/20  Prof. Jon Cannon: Can Law Keep Up With Climate Change?

5/20/20  Rich Gehrman: Systems Change from the Outside: Improving Child Welfare through Citizen Advocacy

6/17/20  An Evening with the Ephlats (Burke Moody, Arn Heller, Carroll Perry, Howie Klee, Gordie Allen, Bill McClung)

9/30/21  Dr. Martin Samuels: Modern Neurology, Neuroscience and the Aging Brain

10/21/21  Dr Brian Murphy: Educating for Democracy in the Community Colleges

11/18/21  ’67 RPCVs:  Reflecting on the Peace Corps Experience Mark Piechota (Ghana), Carroll Perry (Brazil), Allan Stern (Sierra Leone), Phil Bolton (Kenya), Ron Bodinson (Chile), Tom Phillips (Liberia)

1/20/22  Coaches as Mentors: Join Athletic captains Ted McPherson (baseball), Steve Orr (cross-country), David Rikert (skiing), David Nash (tennis), Jon Stableford (hockey), and Bob Conway (swimming) as they discuss their athletic/mentor experiences at Williams.

2/18/22  Writing Novels Ain’t for the Faint of Heart: Peter Hassinger, Jim Lindheim, Terry Sands

3/24/22  John Roberts: Re-Wilding – Rethinking Conservation of Public Spaces

4/21/22  An Evening with Former Williams Record Staffers (Harry Schooley, Harry Matthews, Tom Ehrich)

5/19/22  The Current State of Admissions at the Little ThreeTom Parker ’69

9/22/22  Former Admissions Director Phil Smith:  10 Percenters and more

11/16/22  Dr. Ed Wing: Treating HIV — from a fatal, terrifying disease to chronic illness

1/19/23  Scanlon Gail: Field Notes of a Grateful Gambler and Cliff Jumper – a show business travelogue tracing my sometimes scary route from Williamstown to a Hollywood career.

3/16/23   Wally Wilson:  Rejuvenation: 500 miles on the Camino de Santiago — insights gained from walking from St. Jean Pied de Pont, France to Santiago de Compostela, Spain

4/27/23  Dr Mike Roizen: Could 90 Be the New 40 in ten years’ time?

5/18/23 – Jon Stableford – Intellectual Curiosity and Lifelong Learning – One man’s version of the odyssey that we embarked on at Williams

6/15/23 – Irwin Blond – A Classmate’s Endeavor to Save His Child from a Genetic Defect

9/21/23 – Herb ShultzServing:  in Tennis and in Life

10/19/23 – Bob PlunketTaking a Late-in-Life Victory Lap

11/16/23 – Peter Watson – 40 Years to Deliver: An unexpected career in maternal-fetal medicine

1/18/24 – Bryan HickmanTrying to make a difference after 65: working with charter schools in Rochester NY

2/15/24 – Lenny Goldberg – A Different Path: Radicalized at Williams and forged in Berkeley, then working within the system to effect progressive change

2/21/24 – Rick AckerlyChanging Dysfunctional Cultures – Brian Hickman’s talk in January 2024 showed how some charter schools are now delivering education and some, not so much.   Rick will talk about what has to happen for ANY school to actually deliver quality education.

Other ’67-Related Videos

Ten Percenters Session at 55th Reunion, June, 2022 – Excerpts from Williams Class of ’67 55th Reunion session, June 2022, on the “Ten Percenters Project.” Moderator is John Hufnagel, panelists are Ron Bodinson, Scott Baker, and Rick Ackerly. Questions and comments from Bob Bahr, Peter Krause, Ed Wing and others

Gettysburg Mini-Reunion, September, 2015 – In September, 2015, fifty members of the Williams College Class of 1967, including their spouses and partners, gathered at Gettysburg for a weekend filled with fellowship and educational opportunities.  It was wonderfully hosted by Ted and Sally McPherson. We spent a day touring the battlefield, reminded of that battle’s slaughter and significance. This 3.5-minute video, produced by Gregg Meister and narrated by Peter Hassinger, captures some of the highlights of our time together, both at Gettysburg and a half century ago at Williamstown. Williams College encouraged us to become life-long learners, and for that we are quite grateful.

‘Neath the Shadow of the Hills – sung by the ’67 Ephlats: Burke Moody, Arn Heller, Carroll Perry, Howie Klee, Gordie Allen, Bill McClung