In addition to the traditional tent parties for reuniting classes, an address by President Biddy Martin in Johnson Chapel and the kids’ carnival on the Main Quad, Reunion will feature more than 100 other events—many hosted by the classes of 1954 to 2014.
Reunion classes organize and plan five class-sponsored programs that draw on their classmates’ talents and interests. An extraordinary collection of individuals gather for Reunion and the mix of interests, professions, and avocations results in amazing programming. Topics this year range from college history, artificial intelligence, health and wellness, civic engagement and climate policy.
Numerous events are planned that address life at the College and give returning alumni a chance to relive their student days. Visitors can tour a former Cold War-era bunker, plant seeds at Book & Plow Farm and explore the new Science Center.
There is something of interest for everyone at Reunion with museum tours, musical performances, sporting events, receptions, lectures and panel discussions. And, of course, visitors can stroll into town for a slice of Antonio’s or relax on the Quad. We can’t wait to see you there!