An online copy of our 1969 yearbook is available here. You can inspect individual pages, or if you want to simply browse through the book, try the Page Flip View. (Dozens of other years are available by clicking here.)
The other image shows the Wolfbook from the fall of 1965. Click here to download a .pdf file of this photo directory of our freshman class, with names and dorm assignments, compiled from the varying-quality pictures submitted with our applications.
The Wolfbook's most important use was “finding the name and home town (for conversational purposes) of that charming Grey Gables maiden who winked at you from behind her pork chop.” That’s from an earlier edition, back in 1950. Moreover, “when you want to know the name of that odd-looking fellow who waves at you in Peters — or of the gent who borrowed your dinner jacket, or of the hag your roommate is dating — the Wolf Book is the place to look.”
Here's a bonus: Watch a recent tour of the College as seen from one of those newfangled drones and accompanied by the Oberlin Orchestra. Just click below.
Since 2014, when this video was shot, there have been even more improvements to the campus. This includes construction south of Philips Gym and south of Hall Auditorium. Come to the reunion and see!