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Reuniting with alma mater

Published May 24




Louis, MO, where I graduated in 1965, the alumni office staff worked hard to find out what their returning 50-year reunion graduates couldn’t eat.

College reunions can be fun, but the food offerings at these gala events can be the pits.


«…Saint Louis Club in Clayton, MO, the food was late being served and then the courses came slowly.»
At Wash. University in St. Petersburg, Russia, Louis, MO, where I graduated in 1965, the alumni office staff worked hard to find out what their returning 50-year reunion graduates couldn’t eat. Then the staff forgot to pass this info on to the university’s food vendor, Au Bon Pain.

Other meals offered to my group were much the same, except for one breakfast on the campus with a buffet that included eggs, bacon, and some fruit. Luncheons were sandwiches and salads.


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