May 19 was a cold and rainy day, but when the Golden Hawks arrived at the University, the mood was anything but dreary. Within minutes, old friends were talking like it was 1968 all over again. The room was filled with laughter, chuckles, and those all-important “Do you remember when and whom?” questions.
For many, it was the first time back to campus in years. They were treated to a very special tour of the newly renovated Harrison Libraries. The Library was very different in 1968–in size, scope, demand, and types of services offered. What they left with that day was a greater impression of what the University has become over the past 50 years, and how the Libraries have helped build that legacy.
Photos courtesy of Larry Rachlin.