Welcome members of the Class of 2015 to their first reunion!
Half-century alumni, regardless of class year, are invited to come back for reunions every year.
Join Ted Frese ’66 on Saturday morning as he delivers the Half-Century Annalist Letter at the Annual Meeting of the Alumni Association. Almost every year since 1865, when George Bristol prepared the first letter for the Class of 1815, an annalist has reminisced about classmates, the College and its faculty as they were in his undergraduate days 50 years earlier. In addition, President Stewart will address the assembly, and will receive the Bell Ringer Award, in her last public appearance as Hamilton’s 19th president.
A Hamilton reunion tradition, Alumni Colleges highlight the accomplishments of graduates and provide a rich educational program to balance the social activities of the weekend. Browse the schedule for Alumni Colleges ranging from current issues in politics, leadership and entrepreneurship, to making movies, writing about elves and short “TED-like” talks.
Alumni who belong to a fraternity, sorority or private society are invited to reconnect with fellow members regardless of class year. Meetings are open to members, while lectures and houseparties hosted by the organizations are open to all alumni.
Alumni who studied psychology, psychobiology and neuroscience are invited to a Friday seminar with a series of talks and a celebratory reception.
Childcare will be provided on Saturday for younger children, and those 6 and older may attend the free Friday and Saturday “Reunions Kids Camp” that includes family-friendly movies and a Saturday-night pizza party.
The mixed-voice Reunion Choir, under the direction of G. Roberts Kolb, and all-male Baldwin Choir, under the direction of R. Douglas Sheldon ’63, will sing at Sunday morning’s Service of Remembrance. Check the online schedule for rehearsal times. All who enjoy singing are invited to participate.
Challenge your classmates or gather a foursome for the annual Winton Tolles Golf Tournament and Carter Cup at the Skenandoa Golf Club, 7105 Norton Ave., Clinton. Proceeds benefit Hamilton College football. Entries are due by May 25.
Join LGBTQ+ alumni and allies on Friday night for conversation, drinks and light fare at the Days-Massolo Center.
Taking on the thousand-year-old practice of Chinese scroll painting, Beijing-born Yun-Fei Ji employs ink on paper as his primary medium and landscape as his central subject. The artist’s largest solo exhibition to date in the United States includes new scrolls, sculptures and drawings never before exhibited.
Your reunion gift supports the College’s top priorities: strengthening the financial aid budget that supports Hamilton’s need-blind promise; expanding programs of the Career and Life Outcomes Center; and sustaining the College’s hallmark of developing persuasive writers and articulate speakers. To learn how you can help your class gift grow, contact Director of Reunion Giving Nancy Huckaby at email@example.com or 315-859-4238.
For more information or help registering, call the Office of Alumni Relations at 866-729-0314 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.