Join Vincent Strully ’69 on Saturday morning as he delivers the Half-Century Annalist Letter at the Annual Meeting of the Alumni Association. In addition, President Wippman will give a State of the College Address, and the Bell Ringer Award will be presented to Tom Succop ’58.
A reunion tradition, Alumni Colleges highlight the accomplishments of graduates and provide a rich educational program to balance the social activities of the weekend. Alumni Colleges topics range from current issues in politics, leadership and entrepreneurship, to making movies, writing and short “TED-like” talks.
Your one-time reunion registration fee provides you access to campus facilities, Alumni Colleges, music and other entertainment throughout the weekend. It includes the Saturday picnic and continental breakfasts (Friday - Sunday) but it does not include on-campus housing or additional meals, which are available à la carte. A portion of you registration fee goes toward your reunion class gift.
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, Friday night dinners and houseparties hosted by the organizations are open to all alumni.
Includes work by seven contemporary artists who have utilized a variety of means and mediums to explore themes of illusion, escapism, and artificiality through the physical space of the theater and its accoutrements.