Members of the Columbus High School Class of 1967 took a trip down memory lane last weekend.

They visited their old stomping grounds on 25th Street, but the building carries a new name these days — and has since 1972, when it became Columbus North High School with the opening of Columbus East.

The school’s name change was just one difference for Columbus High School alumni who attended last weekend’s 50th class reunion. The physical building itself has changed much in the half century since the Class of 1967 graduated — just as their own hair, clothing and eyewear styles have done, as yearbooks reveal.

While the 35 classmates who attended the two-hour tour marveled at how much their high school had changed physically, more importantly their reunion was an opportunity to catch up with one another on what’s happened in their classmates’ lives, said Narda Godbey, a member of the Class of 1967 graduate who now lives in Indianapolis.

For more on this story, see Friday’s Republic.

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Matt Kent is a reporter for The Republic. He can be reached at 812-379-5712 or mkent@therepublic.com