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Class of 1967 reflects on golden memories of ASU

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May 04, 2017

Members of Arizona State University's Class of 1967 will return to the university on May 8–9 for their Golden Reunion, a two-day event hosted by the ASU Alumni Association.

Here five Golden Grads reflect on their ASU stories — in their own words.

Bill Close Jr.: 'ASU provided a well-rounded education I could build on'

Pete Gomez: 'I’ll forever treasure my Sun Devil experiences'

Robert McConnell: 'I wanted everyone to know about ASU'

Jeri Meikle Nowakowski: 'I couldn’t be prouder of ASU'

Doris Welsh Wojtulewicz: 'ASU prepared me well for a teaching career'

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