Take a moment to remember (or learn) the songs of your alma mater.
Sing the Mac Rouser now»
I was 17 and very shy when I started college in June 1955. I refused to date the "older worldly Korean veterans" on campus. After teaching elementary education in Denver and on a military base in Hawaii, I moved to Great Falls, Mont., to teach. Lo and behold — I met and married Wyman, an older worldly Korean veteran! He was a medical clinic administrator for 30 years. We have three children — all grown and married — and six grandchildren. God has been good to me — I'm not shy now!
I volunteer at Salvation Army Women's Auxiliary and at the C. M. Russell museum. I enjoy our cabin in the Rock Mountains, painting and crafts.
I have only been back to Mac once in 50 years. I look forward to the reunion and old and new friends. As Chicago Tribune columnist Amy Dickinson once said, "Reunions are not about reality. They are about spending a brief moment within the fantasy of who we think we were back then, and who we wish we were today."