I graduated from Paly in 1961. Went across the street to Stanford, where I graduated in the class of 1965, but actually got my degree in 1966. I was a U.S. History major, with Honors in Social Thought and Institutions. I then went on to Stanford Law School; quit (briefly) in the middle, so I graduated in 1969, instead of with my class of 1968. I attended Union Theological Seminary in New York City from 1970-71, as a Rockefeller Brothers fellow, and then have done some Spanish language work, in more recent years.
I was an elected official in Santa Cruz County, California for twenty years. Now, I am an environmental attorney in Santa Cruz, and am also teaching courses in Legal Studies and Politics at the University of California, Santa Cruz.
Post Reunion Thoughts? I really enjoyed the celebration, and thanks to all who made it possible. Here are some reflections from my blog: http://www.gapatton.net/2011/09/264-nostalgia.html
Another Post Reunion Reflection: Here's my blog entry on Karl Schonborn's good book (Cleft Heart: Chasing Normal), which I very much enjoyed: http://www.gapatton.net/2013/11/307-cleft-heart.html
Well, I was the only person (up to that time, anyway) who ever qualified to play "D" basketball in my Senior year. You qualified through a formula that factored in age, height, and weight. It was the height thing!
Also, I don't know how I did this, but i somehow obtained a master key for Paly, and often came to school on the weekends, and roamed the corridors. Even after I graduated, as I remember.