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Reunions ’20 Postponed

With support of the Alumni Office, your reunion committees are planning some virtual and, when it’s safe, regional gatherings in the next year. Watch your email for updates as we re-work reunion plans. In the meantime, please mark your calendar now to come to Clinton next June for an on-campus celebration.
Save the dates: June 10 -13, 2021

If you have already registered for reunions, your registration and fees will be automatically refunded. See your next statement for credit card refunds. If you paid by check, you will be mailed a check in a couple weeks. 

Weekend Highlights

Reunion Assembly

Join John Pitarresi ’70 on Saturday morning as he delivers the Half-Century Class Annalist Letter at the Reunion Assembly in Wellin Hall. In addition, College songs will be performed by the Baldwin Choir, and the Bell Ringer Award will be presented to John Allen ’60.

Alumni Colleges

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 College topics range from current issues in politics, leadership, and entrepreneurship, to making movies, writing, and short “TED-like” talks.

WEEKEND REGISTRATION

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 your registration fee goes to support financial aid and counts toward your reunion class gift.

Fraternity, Sorority, and Private Society Reunions

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.

Make Reunions ’20 a Family Vacation

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.

Ball in Play: Soccer Centennial

If you’re a fan of soccer, a fan of Hamilton traditions, played varsity, or played recreationally, come be a part of Hamilton history and recognize a century of soccer on College Hill.

Celebrate Ms. Breland at Reunions ’20

After nearly two decades, Phyllis Breland ’80 is retiring from Hamilton. You’re invited to celebrate all that she’s done for Opportunity Programs during our special send-off at Reunions ’20! You won’t want to miss the Opportunity Programs events, including a Friday night dinner and the Alumni College on Saturday.

SUM Artist

SUM ARTISTS: VISUAL DIAGRAMS AND SYSTEMS-BASED EXPLORATIONS

Featuring recent and historical works by 30 artists and collectives working across a broad array of media, including painting, drawing, printmaking, sculpture, installation, and artist books.

Ride Share

Thanks to some smart young alumni, we have a rideboard. You can either offer a ride or post that you are looking for a ride. It’s a quick two-step process:

  1.  Fill out your information on this form
  2. Check out the ride board and contact folks who are in your area

Have fun on your road trip to The Hill!

Medallions

50th Reunion

Reunion Weekend kicks off on Thursday with an informal reception and dinner for the Class of 1970. The Annual Meeting of the Alumni Association on Saturday includes a special introduction of the 50th Reunion Class and the announcement of the five-year giving total for the class.

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