50th PLUS BEGINS MAY 31
Hobart and William Smith are throwing a huge party this June. And you’re invited! Visit hws.edu/reunion for up-to-the-minute details about Reunion 2012 and to ...
See Who’s Coming Back.
Wondering if your first-year roommate is planning to return? The Reunion site includes a list of classmates who’ve indicated they intend to return in June. Planning to attend yourself? Add your name to the list of “intents” so your friends know to expect you!
Plan Your Weekend.
There are dozens of activities planned during the weekend. Take an educational excursion aboard the William Scandling research vessel, head back to class with a favorite professor, enjoy wine tasting on the Quad or just take a stroll with friends along Seneca Lake. Discover all of the opportunities online.
Reconnect with Your Classmates.
If you’re on Facebook but haven’t connected with Hobart and William Smith, now’s the time! The site includes links to the Classes’ Facebook pages for alums in classes ending in 2 or 7, so you can start the conversation today.
Consider getting involved with your Classes’ Reunion Committee (get classmates back to campus for Reunion) or Gift Committee (help raise funds for your classes’ Reunion gift). An HWS liaison will connect you with your fellow classmates and give you everything you need to be an advocate for the best Reunion ever.
View Photos from Previous Reunions.
If you haven’t been back to campus in a few years or aren’t sure what to expect, check out photos, videos and stories from previous Reunion Weekends. And if you’re still not sure, check out the Frequently Asked Questions, which will quash any uncertainties.
Book Your Lodging.
For your convenience, the Reunion website includes a listing of area hotels and inns. Or you can stay in one of our residence halls. We “house” classes together so it’s a fun way to reconnect with college life.
This spring, the full Reunion 2012 program, including a registration form, will be mailed to alums in classes ending in 2 or 7 as well as all 50th PLUS alumni and alumnae (online registration will be live at this time as well). If you are not a member of these classes and would like to receive a Reunion booklet and registration form, send your name, class year and mailing address to Rebecca Frank at email@example.com or simply check out the website which includes the online registration and schedule.
Why Reunion Is Fun for Kids of All Ages?
Here are some of the top reasons to bring your whole family for a weekend on Seneca Lake:
• A special Kid’s Camp for children ages 12-weeks to 12 years
• A ‘Just for Teens’ program that combines an intro to college with plenty of fun
• Statesmen and Heron student-athletes will be in uniform on the Quad, ready to play with kids young and old
• The lake and the pool are open for swimming
• Fireworks, a live band, an ice cream social and plenty of activities for all ages
To learn more about how family-friendly Reunion can be, visit hws.edu/reunion.
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