Back Issue: October 27, 1999
Class of '49.
Development Office associate and kick-off celebration coordinator Chandra Dark makes preparations for the Pre-College event.
Marilyn Galloway, PCNMP's transition coordinator, enjoys a double scoop of vanilla at Pre-College's bash.
GUAA President and notorious chocholic Gerald "Bummy" Burstein prepares a sundae.
Campaign kick-off speakers Dr. David Martin, President I. King Jordan, and SBG President Abbas Behmanesh gather for a photo.
Washington irving's enduring tale of Ichabod Crane's ill-fated Halloween night encounter with a headless horseman in a lonely stretch of Hudson Valley woods was retold to a Gallaudet audience on October 18. The National Theatre of the Deaf's presentation of The Legend of Sleepy Hallow in Elstad Auditorium was but one stop by the Tony Award-winning troupe on its tour to bring this American classic to theater audiences in Washington, DC, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania during October and November.
Phi Kappa Zeta sorority helped the appetites of hungry sports fans at Homecoming.
Returning alumni found Homecoming an ideal venue for joyful reunions. Here, members of the Class of '59.
Class of '74.
Class of '79.
Class of '84.
Class of '89.
Homecoming 1999: Gallaudet celebrates at the close of the century
`On the Greení marks third decade
Highlights from the first OTG (Sept. 8, 1971)
Child Development Center provides caring, learning
Gallaudet National Essay Contest encourages young writers
Learning Disability/Attention Deficit Hyperactivity
ĎDiverse Students, Diverse Storiesí