Most WSU architecture classes are close-knit, but Gene Callan ’76, ’77 remembers a particular bond with his classmates—both in hard work and in humor. On a lark (and prior to Caddyshack), the fifth-year gang dressed up as members of a “Palouse Country Club” posing with golf clubs and tennis whites on College Hill to record the effort.

Callan would love to coordinate a reunion with his architecture classmates, many of whom are now practicing in Washington and Oregon. Tennis whites are not required.

WSU architecture class of 1977, the Palouse Country Club
Gene writes: A scan of that “tongue-in-cheek” photo that our Architecture Class of 1977 took in front of President Glenn Terrell’s house. Circa 1975.