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FDU Turns 70
Remember those late nights at the Park Tavern? Then you must be a Rutherford grad! Join us as at the new Park Tavern as we celebrate the 70th anniversary of the founding of FDU. Come share your best memories of the Rutherford Campus and reconnect with friends and fellow alumni from the 40s to the 90s. This event is free (registration required) and open to all FDU alumni.
Read and share memories of the Rutherford Campus.
Maroon Key Society with Doc Kohler; Dr. MacKenzie's USAWP class; Becton Society at Prof. John Dollar's home. British lit with Miss Bland and Shakespeare with Prof. Charlie Stern. Bertha Ayres play production grpup with Crump, Hoitsma Casica, Gypsy and Ginny. Editing the Becton Review with Dinklage , MacDaid and the staff. Parties with the foreign students and weekends at the shore. Coffee and endless discussion in the new Student Union Building and at the Park Diner on Rt. 17. I can't believe it's been 50 years! -Robert Zimmer, BA'62
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