Who’s coming back?

Alumni House is keeping track of who plans to attend Reunion. Click here to see who’s planning to attend or to add your name to the growing list. Please note, official registration materials will be sent in spring 2019.

Tentative plans for the 50th Reunion

Plans are being made for an unforgettable weekend. While the full schedule won’t be available until early spring, below are tentative plans for this year. To give you an idea of what to expect, visit the Reunion webpage to view photos and stories from last year’s Reunion. The 50th Reunion committee will be working on events and activities just for your class. Check back for updates.


Thursday, June 6
Registration and check-in
Classes of 1969 welcome back gathering

Friday, June 7
HWS Classic golf tournament
Tours of campus
Tour of HWS Fribolin Farm
Distinguished Faculty Award luncheon
William Scandling boat excursion
Reunion college sessions
50th Reunion dinner

Saturday, June 8
Reunion college sessions
State of the Colleges address
Alums on parade
Lunch and Reunion Forum on the quad
Book signings
Finger Lakes wine and micro beer festival
Fraternity open houses
50th Reunion dinner
Fireworks and dancing on the quad

Sunday, June 9
Worship service


Click here for a list of area accommodations. Please make reservations directly with the hotel of your choice. On-campus accommodations in residence halls (of which there are plenty) will also be available to all alumni, alumnae and their guests. Reservations for campus rooms can be made on the Reunion registration form, which will be mailed in the spring.


Classes of 1969 50th Reunion Committee

Robert Abrahams
Janet Pruitt Cappers
Sandra Krape Cryst
Christine Armstrong Dishman
Jane Eggleston
Jeffrey Hodde
Mary Carter Johnson
Robert Kowal
Mary Mowrey-Raddock
Mark Manis
Linda Rood
Joel Rosch
Nancy Rosett
David Saunders
Peter Shelley
Paul Stambach

Are you interested in helping with your 50th Reunion?  Contact Dulcie Meyer in Alumni House for more information.

HWS Staff Contact

Dulcie Meyer
(315) 781-3082


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