Former design students attend 50th anniversary campus reunion

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Former Texas A&M architecture students reminisced and rekindled friendships during a 2017 campus reunion marking the 50th anniversary of their graduation.

The group of approximately 20 Class of ‘67 grads who gathered April 20, 2017 at the Langford Architecture Center were eager to learn about the schooling of today’s design students, asking lots of questions about the study abroad program and other aspects of architectural education at Texas A&M.

The former students also viewed documents and class materials from the Aggie architecture program’s 120-year history on a tour of the college archives led by Ian Muise, visual resources curator for the Technical Reference Center.

Additional Class of ’67 reunion activities from April 19-22 were hosted across campus by The Association of Former Students.

 

Richard Nira
rnira@arch.tamu.edu

posted April 27, 2017