What an unforgettable 20th Reunion celebration! More than 50 members of the Class of 1990 returned to the Hill and we counted nearly 90 with family members. The weather was nearly perfect, and it was great fun to relive memories, enjoy each other's company and simply catch up in person.
Our first full day on the Hill was made all the more special by the Alumni Colleges developed and presented by our own classmates, Gillian Zucker and Eric Jackson-Forsberg (who was introduced by Ellie Wertimer). Thank you, Eric and Gillian, for sharing with us your passions and expertise!
Saturday events included the campus tour especially for '90, followed by the Reunion parade and an afternoon outdoors. We gathered at Rogers Estate for our class dinner, where President Joan Stewart stopped by to welcome us and thank us for coming back. After taking our class picture, we conducted some class business, including the announcement of Tom Brush and Iain Boyer as our new co-class presidents. We look forward to having them represent '90 on the Alumni Council. (On a related note, Cleon Cumberbatch is also '90 alumnus on the Council as a Multicultural Alumni Relations Committee (MARC) executive member). Thank you, Tom, Iain and Cleon for your service and representing '90!
It was truly touching to be among classmates again. For those who didn't make it, we missed you. (Let's all plan to be there for our 25th!)
Peggy Cutler Patalino and Lori Emerson Robinson
Class of '90 Reunion Planning Co-Chairs
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