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  1. Nancy Luoto

    The glorious school days at U of M! Hard work…..hours with your head stuck in the books, worried about passing exams….the stress. But, looking back, fond memories that are held close to my heart! Go BLUE!

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  2. Susan Fisher - 1963

    In ancient times when I attended U of M — 1959-1963 — women were not allowed to wear slacks to class. I declared that when men walked to class in the freezing cold of Michigan winters, I would too. I steadfastly wore slacks and am happy to say, no one every said a word.

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  3. Tim Bartholow - BMus 1973, MMus 1974, MBA 1979

    My weather horror story is a famous “gotcha”. I was a student in the School of Music in 1973, and performed in a contemporary music ensemble concert in Rackham. When I drove into the underground lot at Rackham at 7PM, it was just a normal March night, or so I thought. After the concert, imagine the performers’ surprise when we could look out the front door toward the Diag and see cross-country skiers! Yes, it was the famous St. Patrick’s Day blizzard of 1973 that dumped enough snow for skiers in barely two hours (and kept on). A favorite memory, just for the absolute shock value. Since students rarely paid attention to weather reports, none of us knew it was coming.

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