Reunion weekend is May 28-30, 2010. Mark your calendar!
Registration for Reunion weekend is now open! The success of our 5th reunion in 2005 has carried over; we've been able to keep the Class Fee to just $125 per adult! (Children are free). This fee covers Friday and Saturday’s dinners, Sunday’s breakfast, beverages and open bars in the evenings, our tent, entertainment for both evenings, a souvenir….the list goes on and on. Registration will stay open until May 15, but early registration helps us to plan (and helps you find a place to stay!) Class members who register by March 15 will be entered in a drawing to take home the instruments and software from the Class Rock Band tournament!
Walk-in registrations are welcome, for those of you who were unable to register ahead of time. Please go to Alumni House (behind Cohen dormitory) during the day on Thursday, Friday, or Saturday. While we welcome all Amherst alumni and their guests to stop by our class tent, please understand that a registration wristband is required to participate in all the festivities.
About that place to stay... On-campus housing fees are just $35 per bed per night. While a few new hotels have sprouted up along Route 9 since our senior year, you just can't beat on-campus accommodations for price or convenience (or nostalgia!) However, even with all the new dorm construction, it's a sure bet rooms will fill up long before May 15th, so please sign up early if you want housing on campus!
The class has arranged an exciting program of events, everything from seminars on urban education to pick-up kickball. See what we've got planned for you.
Check back here for details and updates.
Visit the main Reunion page for more information.
A lot of College staff and Class volunteers are working to make our 10th Reunion the best it can be. If you have questions or suggestions, please be in touch!
Stacey Gutman '00 is our class coordinator for Reunion. Without her, we'd be mooching tent space from the Class of '60 or something.
Jessie Noyes '00 is in charge of the lectures and events our class is sponsoring.
Our very own Brent Alderman-Sterste '00 is our inside man for the Amherst Alumni Office.
We want parenthood to be a reason for attending Reunion, not an excuse for missing it, so Kristin Ogdon '00 is lining up child-care options and activities.