Golden and diamond graduates reunite

 
Those who graduated from WSU 50 and 60 years ago gathered for lunch and a bit of history in Beasley coliseum Thursday, part of the annual reunion of Golden and Diamond graduates.  
 
Senor communication majors Jessica Fitts and Alex Bennett charmed the 1958 and 1948 graduates with their take on the golden times of WSU.  This year the audience consisted of 35 diamond grads and 99 golden grads. 
 
Earlier in the day the graduates boarded buses and got a grand tour of the new construction and development on campus. To cap off the night the grads will attend a banquet with guest speaker Paul Wulff, the new WSU football coach.     
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Jessica Fitts and Alex Bennett took a walk through the history of WSU while the golden graduates listened in.  
  
For more information on the Golden Graduate reunion visit the alumni page at http://alumni.wsu.edu/site/c.llKYL9MQIsG/b.3842523/ .

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