Alumni Carla Lazzareschi (’70), Ron Lin (’04), and Larry Wilson (‘77) are kindly hosting an event from 3:30-5 PM on Sunday, April 15, at the Gamble House in Pasadena.
Take advantage of the chance to mix and mingle with Southern California alumni, and see the beautiful Gamble House— a historic Arts and Crafts-style landmark from architects Greene & Greene. You might remember the home as Doc Brown’s house in the 1985 movie Back to the Future.
There will be complimentary wine and snacks, as well as tours of the House. Featured speakers are alumni David Lazarus and Jim Rainey, both Los Angeles Times writers. Student editors will also be attending to tell about what is happening at the Daily Cal now, including the upcoming move out of Eshleman Hall.
Tickets are $35 per person, which includes the cost of the house tour and the wine, and will help raise funds for the Daily Cal.
Please register now to reserve tickets or leave a donation to help defray the costs for students joining us from Berkeley. Feel free to forward this invite to other alumni.