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Top Songs from 1976. Silly Love Songs, Paul McCartney and Wings. Don't Go Breaking My Heart, Elton John and Kiki Dee. Disco Lady, Johnnie Taylor. December, 1963, Four Seasons. Play That Funky Music, Wild Cherry. Kiss And Say Goodbye, Manhattans. Love Machine, The Miracles.
Colorado Women (University Press of Colorado) written by Gail Beaton (Edu’76, MHist’02) is the first full-length chronicle of the lives, roles and contributions of women in Colorado from prehistory through the modern day. Gail has taught for more than 26 years in Colorado public schools and resides in Denver.
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Welcome to the Class of 1976 website. Unfortunately, this site has become a burden for me to update! If there is a classmate who has the time and skills to take over, I would appreciate it! My job at The Citadel is taking up 60-70 hours a week as we replace the campus wide computer system and I can't do it all.
Class of 1976 was first to re-enact Anatomy Lesson “It hung on the wall in the laboratory and looked down on us every day of that first session,” recalls Dr. Duane Rorie, the first professor of gross anatomy at Mayo Medical School.
We've Got The Spirit! Class Colors Red, White and Blue Class Flower White Rose Class Song "Just One Victory" by Todd Rundgren Class Motto I shall not pass this way againI shall not pass through this world but onceIf therefore, there may be any kindnessI can show, or any good thingI can do, let me…
This is a list of énarques. Énarque is the name given to the alumni of the École nationale d'administration (National School of Public Administration) in France. The ENA was founded in 1945 and as the program is two years long, the first class graduated in 1947.
The Belorussiya class cruiseferries (sometimes also referred to as the Gruziya class) were built by Wärtsilä Turku Shipyard, Finland in 1975–1976 for the Black Sea Shipping Company, Soviet Union. The five ships in the class were originally used in ferry service around the Black Sea. During the 1980s all ships in the class were rebuilt into cruise ships. During the end of the 1990s all ships in the class were sold to other operators. As of 2008, at least four ships in this class were in service. The effects of the new SOLAS regulations that came into effect in 2010 remain unknown.
Traditional hat toss at the graduation ceremony at the United States Naval Academy Logo of the Naval Academy The United States Naval Academy (USNA) is an undergraduate college in Annapolis, Maryland with the mission of educating and commissioning officers for the United States Navy and Marine Corps. The Academy was founded in 1845 and graduated its first class in 1846. The Academy is often referred to as Annapolis, while sports media refer to the Academy as "Navy" and the students as "Midshipmen"; this usage is officially endorsed. During the latter half of the 19th century and the first decades of the 20th, the United States Naval Academy was the primary source of U.S. Navy and Marine Corps officers, with the Class of 1881 being the first to provide officers to the Marine Corps. Graduates of the Academy are also given the option of entering the United States Army or United States Air Force. Most Midshipmen are admitted through the congressional appointment system. The curriculum emphasizes various fields of engineering. The list is drawn from graduates, non-graduate former Midshipmen, current Midshipmen, and faculty of the Naval Academy. Over 50 U.S. astronauts have graduated from the Naval Academy, more than from any other undergraduate institution. Over 990 noted scholars from a variety of academic fields are Academy graduates, including 45 Rhodes Scholars and 16 Marshall Scholars. Additional notable graduates include 1 President of the United States, 2 Nobel Prize recipients, and 73 Medal of Honor recipients.