Reunion - June 1-3, 2012

Reunion 2012 Schedule

Welcome to Reunion 2012!

Questions? Visit Reunion Registration in the Campus Center, Room 207.

Thursday, May 31

Evening

1 p.m.
Residence Halls Open for Reunion Guests

6 p.m.
James Wallace Society Dinner
By invitation only for those who have included Macalester in their estate plans. Email Diane Cullumber at for more information.
Alexander G. Hill Ballroom, Kagin Commons

8:30 p.m.
Class of 1962 Welcome Gathering
Find your old roommates at a casual gathering at the former home of Presidents Rice and Turck. Enjoy light refreshments and make your weekend plans.
Hugh S. Alexander Alumni House, 1644 Summit Avenue (former President’s House)

Friday, June 1

All Day

Use the Leonard Center!
8 a.m.–8 p.m.
Lap swim: 11 a.m.–1 p.m., 5–7 p.m.
Swim, work out in the fitness center, or test the track. Treadmills, stationary bikes, elliptical walkers, weight machines, lockers, and showers are all available to registered reunion participants. Bring your reunion nametag to use the facilities.

WMCN webcasting live with alumni DJs
9 a.m.–10 p.m.
(Times may vary depending upon how many alumni sign up.)
Alumni DJs take over Macalester's radio station for the weekend. Enjoy their programs via WMCN's webstream at macalester.edu/wmcn. A schedule will be posted at registration.

Camp CAMERA Project
View photos from the Camp CAMERA Project, a collaboration in which Mac students engage local high school students from diverse backgrounds in exploring photography and self-expression.
Read about Camp CAMERA in Macalester Today
Displayed in the Ruth Stricker Dayton Campus Center, McPherson Atrium

Go to the Highlander store for all things Macalester and Garrison Keillor’s bookstore, Common Good Books, for great literature.

Tours of Markim Hall, home of the Institute for Global Citizenship, and Macalester campus. Information for self-guided tours of the Leonard Center will be available at registration, Campus Center Information Desk, and Leonard Center Information Desk.

Morning

7:30–9:30 a.m.
All-Campus Breakfast $
Ruth Stricker Dayton Campus Center

10:30–11:30 a.m.
Golden Scots Society Induction Ceremony
The Class of 1962 will be inducted into the Golden Scots Society with music, memories, medallions, and a heart-warming ceremony celebrating the past and future. All are welcome to attend. Class of 1962 members should arrive at the flagpole by 10 a.m. for the class entrance into the ceremony.
Weyerhaeuser Memorial Chapel

11:30–1 p.m.
All-Campus Lunch Buffet $
Ruth Stricker Dayton Campus Center

11:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.
Young Alumni Admissions Volunteer Lunch
If you enjoy talking about your Macalester experiences consider attending a lunch in the Admissions Office to learn about the Alumni Admission Volunteer program. Come grab a bite to eat and hear a brief presentation about the opportunities available for young alumni around the country to connect with prospective Macalester students.
Weyerhaeuser Hall, Admissions Office

11:45 a.m.–1:30 p.m.
Golden Scots Society Luncheon $
For all who have celebrated their 50-year reunion, plus special recognition for those observing their 55-, 60-, 65-, 70-, and 75-year reunions.
Alumni Gym, Leonard Center

Afternoon

1:30 p.m., 2:30 p.m. & 3 p.m.
Back to Class Faculty Lectures
Come hear a few words from your favorite professors and meet some of the next generation of favorites.

1:30–2:30 p.m.
Joyce Minor ’88
Karl Egge Professor of Economics

"Never Take Out the Trash Again: A Primer on Negotiating Strategy"
Have you ever found that your "Minnesota Nice" personality is not an advantage in a negotiation? Learn how to recognize the "10 dirty tricks" of hard negotiators and how to respond effectively. A framework for principled negotiations can help you achieve better negotiated outcomes at work and home.
Olin-Rice Science Center, Rm. 250

2:30–3:30 p.m.
Beth Severy-Hoven
associate professor and chair, Classics

"Egypt and Italy, Then and Now: A New J-Term Program"
Professor Severy-Hoven specializes in Roman history and the history of women in the ancient Mediterranean. She has published a book on the development of Rome’s first imperial family, Augustus and the Family at the Birth of the Roman Empire (Routledge 2003). Her more recent work involves the wall painting in a house in Pompeii and the roles of women in various Roman empire dynasties. She also supervises the January in Rome Program.
Olin-Rice Science Center, Rm. 350

3–4 p.m.
Mark Mazullo
associate professor and chair, Music

"A Recital of Solo Piano Music by Beethoven, Schubert, and Schumann"
Take this opportunity to enjoy a variety of musical selections from classical and romantic era composers, followed by a Q & A with Professor Mazullo.
Weyerhaeuser Memorial Chapel

1:30 p.m.
Leonard Center Tour
Meet at the Leonard Center’s west entrance.

2 p.m.
Special tour of Janet Wallace Fine Arts Center for the Class of 1962
Take a special tour, exclusively for the Class of 1962, of the new Fine Arts Center. This tour is full.
Meet at east entrance to the building, on the Shaw Field side.

2:30 p.m.
Walking tour of Macalester's campus
Meet at the Bell Tower; ends at Markim Hall.

3:30 p.m.
Tour of Markim Hall
Learn more about the LEED Platinum-certified Markim Hall, home of the Institute for Global Citizenship (IGC).
Meet in the lobby of Markim Hall.

4:30–6 p.m.
High Tea for Classes of 1957 and earlier $
Enjoy a variety of delightful and delicious edibles, including tea, punch, sandwiches, scones, and more.
Board Room, Weyerhaeuser Hall

Evening

5 p.m.
2013 Alumni of Color Reunion Discussion:
"Celebrating Diversity and Multiculturalism at Macalester"

What programming and activities should take place at next year’s Alumni of Color reunion? Share your thoughts and ideas with members of the 2013 Alumni of Color Reunion planning committee, faculty, and the Alumni Office. Add your voice to a discussion that will help us shape a meaningful reunion celebration and generate synergy around diversity and multiculturalism for generations of alumni. Reception to follow.
Cultural House Resource Room, 37 Macalester Street

5:30–7 p.m.
Scots Pride Reception
Join Scots Pride, Mac’s LGBTQ alumni group, for an evening reception. Reminisce about Wednesday nights at the Townhouse, Queer Union dances, Queer Cabarets, and more. Share updates about your adventures and meet alumni from many different years. All alumni welcome; friends and family of the Scots Pride community are welcome as well. Cash bar.
Olin-Rice Science Center Rock Garden
(Rain plan: Olin-Rice Science Center Atrium)

5:30 p.m.
Class of 1962 Social and Casual Dinner
Barbara Walling Boat and Jerry Seiffert are the MCs at this fun and informal gathering of friends. Enjoy lively conversations, your favorite beverage, and a light supper.
Kagin Commons, Alexander G. Hill Ballroom

6–10 p.m.
Old Main Grill
Do not miss the fabulous food tent on Marvin Plaza! Local chef Leo Judeh will provide a variety of food for Reunion attendees. Enjoy a meal or indulge in a snack while listening to Macalester's own Generation Gap, featuring Macalester faculty and staff. Stop by to grab a bite to eat before or during your class gathering. Cash only.
Marvin Plaza
(Rain plan: Fieldhouse, Leonard Center)

6 p.m.
Class of 1957 Friday Reception
Come continue the celebration of our 55-year Reunion with great conversation at our casual class gathering. We'll reminisce about the great times we had at our 50 year reunion and converse about what has transpired since then. Cash bar.
Old Main 4th Floor

6–7 p.m.
Alumni of Color Reception
Join 2013 Alumni of Color Reunion committee members, alumni, faculty, and staff to share your stories about experiences at Macalester and beyond. Sponsored by the Dean for the Study of Race and Ethnicity, American Studies Department, the Department of Multicultural Life, and Alumni Relations.
Cultural House Lawn
(Rain plan: The Cultural House, 37 Macalester Street)

6:45 p.m.
Special Tour of Janet Wallace Fine Arts Center for the Class of 2007
Remember our Senior Class Gift to Janet Wallace? Our philanthropy has finally become reality. Check out what our first donations to Mac helped build. This tour is full.
Meet at east entrance to the building, on the Shaw Field side.

7 p.m.
Macalester–Knoxville Exchange Program Reception
Reconnect and reminisce with classmates and friends who participated in the Macalester-Knoxville Exchange program at this informal gathering. Cash bar.
Markim Hall, Davis Court

7 p.m.
Class of 1967 Friday Gathering
Enjoy great conversation, share a few memories, and reconnect with classmates and friends. Cash bar.
DeWitt Wallace Library, Harmon Room

7 p.m.
Classes of 1977, '78 & '79 Friday Gathering
Drop by for an hour or more for this informal, casual event. Come as you are to meet classmates who shared a space in time at Mac and learn about their adventures of family, travel and life since graduation. Cash bar.
Olin-Rice Science Center, Smail Gallery

7 p.m.
Class of 1987 Casablanca Lounge
Welcome back! The music has been carefully selected, the beer will be cold, and your friends will be there! Join the informal gathering to connect and catch up.
Leonard Center Portico
(Rain Plan: Scotty’s inside the Leonard Center)

7 p.m.
Class of 2002 Friday Gathering
Celebrate your return to "the bubble" (or how much fun you’re having outside it) by reconnecting with classmates at this casual event. Cash bar.
Leonard Center Atrium

8 p.m.

Class of 2007 Friday Gathering
Enjoy catching up with friends, listening to music, and fielding trivia questions about our time at Mac. Cash bar.
Bateman Plaza
(Rain plan: Ruth Stricker Dayton Campus Center)

9 p.m.
Class of 1962 Informal Gathering
Hugh S. Alexander Alumni House, 1644 Summit Avenue

Saturday, June 2

Families and kids of all ages will enjoy jugglers, the picnic, dancing on Shaw Field during MacFest, and other informal activities. (Note that Macalester does not provide childcare. Check with your class committees for information on available options.)

All Day

Use the Leonard Center.
8 a.m.–4 p.m.
Pool hours: 11 a.m.–1 p.m.
Swim, work out in the fitness center, or test the track. Treadmills, stationary bikes, elliptical walkers, weight machines, lockers, and showers are all available to registered reunion participants. Please bring your reunion nametag to use the facilities.

Tours of Markim Hall, home of the Institute for Global Citizenship, and Macalester's green campus. Information for self-guided tours of the Leonard Center will be available at registration, Campus Center Information Desk, and Leonard Center Information Desk.

Camp CAMERA Project
View photos from the Camp CAMERA Project, a collaboration in which Mac students engage local high school students from diverse backgrounds in exploring photography and self-expression.
Displayed in the Ruth Stricker Dayton Campus Center, McPherson Atrium

Go to the Highlander store for all things Macalester, and Garrison Keillor’s bookstore, Common Good Books, for great literature.

Morning

7:30 a.m.
Alumni Fun Run/Walk to the River
Jog or enjoy a leisurely walk to the Mississippi along scenic Summit Avenue. You'll be back in time for Breakfast with Brian. Open to all. Registration preferred. Sponsored by the M Club.
Leonard Center, west entrance

8:30–10 a.m.
Breakfast with Brian—A Celebration
The event you don’t want to miss: an all-class celebration of Macalester alumni, featuring President Brian Rosenberg. There will be music, awards, and plenty of coffee at this event recognizing Mac alumni from across the generations. Program begins at 9 a.m. Free.
Alumni Gym, Leonard Center

2012 Alumni Award Winners

Distinguished Citizens: Barbara Walling Boat ’62, Ronald J. Stolski ’62, Christopher Ward ’76, James A. Williams ’77
Alumni Service Award: Molly McGinnis Stine ’87
Young Alumni Award: Jane Bowman Holzer ’02
Catharine Lealtad Service to Society Award: Carolina Bradpiece ’86
Charles J. Turck Global Citizen Award: Peter Andersen ’77

10:15 a.m.
Macalester College Pipeband Performs
Shaw Field

10:30 a.m.
Macalester Alumni of Moderation Discussion
Macalester Alumni of Moderation is a growing group of political moderates, conservatives, and liberals who believe that the Macalester community could benefit from increased dialogue among differing political viewpoints and an increase in intellectual diversity.
Carnegie Hall, Room 06

10:30 a.m.–noon
Dorm Tours
Take a peek at Mac dorm rooms—the new, the old, and the updated. The tour will wind through George Draper Dayton, Wallace, Turck, 30 Mac, and Bigelow Halls, plus a quick stop in the Grand-Cambridge Apartments. It's a great opportunity to learn more about residential life at Mac today. (Be sure to get the real scoop from your student tour guide.)
Tours at 10:30 a.m., 11:05 a.m., and 11:40 a.m. will depart from George Draper Dayton Hall.

10:30 a.m.
"Macalester Students Today: Same or Different?"
Come hear Jim Hoppe, dean of students, discuss Macalester students of today (and yesterday).
Weyerhaeuser Memorial Chapel

10:30 a.m.
Back to Class Faculty Lecture:
"International Public Health: A Means to Sustainable and Equity-enhancing Global Development"

Christy Hanson
Hubert. H. Humphrey Professor for the 2011-12 academic year and newly named dean of Macalester's Institute for Global Citizenship

Professor Hanson will present an overview of some key issues related to global public health and development. She'll focus on two niche areas of work: sustainable development and poverty-reduction through public health programming.
Olin-Rice Science Center, Room 250

10:30 a.m.
Juggler on the Plaza
Enjoy an entertaining juggling show of feats and treats.
Marvin Plaza (near the library)
(Rain plan: Leonard Center, Fieldhouse)

10:30 a.m.
Class of 2002 Family Fest
We've come a long way in 10 years. Hang out with other Class of 2002 members and their families, admire the cute babies, scheme how to pay for college, swap stories, enjoy the juggler and other fun family activities.
Marvin Plaza (near the library)
(Rain plan: Leonard Center, Fieldhouse)

10:30 a.m.
Special Tour of Janet Wallace Fine Arts Center for the Class of 2007
Remember our Senior Class Gift to Janet Wallace? It has finally become reality. Check out what our first donations to Mac helped build. This tour is full.
Meet at east entrance to the building, on the Shaw Field side.

11:30 a.m.
"Media: Teaching a Rapidly Changing Discipline"
Startribune.com digital editor Howard Sinker ’78 has been teaching at Macalester since the early 1990s, and the classes he taught then bear little resemblance to the class he teaches now.
Olin-Rice Science Center, Room 350

11:30 a.m.–1:30 p.m.
Photo Tent Open on the Great Lawn $
Round up your friends and head for the photo tent to document your grown-up selves for posterity.

11:40 a.m.-12:40 p.m.
Special Tour of Janet Wallace Fine Arts Center for the Class of 1962
Register early, space is limited to 25!
Meet at east entrance to the building, on the Shaw Field side.

Afternoon

11:30 a.m.–1:30 p.m.
Zero-Waste All-Class Picnic $
Gather for an old-fashioned barbecue with live music and festive entertainment for the whole family including face painting, caricatures, and music. Be sure to recycle and compost properly. Instructions on tables and at compost bins.
Tent on the Great Lawn

1 p.m.
Tour of Markim Hall
Learn more about the LEED Platinum-certified Markim Hall, home of the Institute for Global Citizenship (IGC).
Meet in Markim Hall lobby.

1:30–5:30 p.m.
MacFest Alumni Musicians Perform
Nothing beats live music on Shaw Field. Catch a performance by these fine Macalester musicians at MacFest. Grab some classmates and hula hoop or play lawn games while you listen to some great music. A food tent will be open in the afternoon, offering a selection of snacks, something delicious for everybody.
Shaw Field
(Rain plan: Fieldhouse, Leonard Center)

Featuring

Macalester Pipe Band (Scottish)
Directed by Mike Breidenbach ’96
macpb.org

Mr. D. Brusco and the Mosaic Music Factory
(Electro hip-hop soul)
With Edward Chidothe ’03, Danny Brusco, and others, Mr. D. Brusco and the Mosiac Music Factory features music that fuses house with hip-hop and other world-esque elements.

¡HOLLY!
(Indie / Pop / Rock)
Featuring Holly Muñoz &rsquot;02 on vocals and guitar, Justin Hartke on bass, and Dan Choma on drums. ¡HOLLY! makes music that is unable to cause you any pain whatsoever. Unless actually hearing the harmonics of this kind of thing is painful.
iamonteamholly.tumblr.com

The Eddies
(a cappella folk music with occasional instrumental backup)
Featuring Phil Platt ’71, Chuck Lentz ’78, Tom Welna ’86, Mark Richardson, and Paul Martin, The Eddies engage audiences with a compelling mix of traditional, roots, and contemporary songs with multi-part harmonies.
eddiesontheriver.com

1:30–3:30 p.m.
Informal craft activities for kids
Shaw Field

1:30–2:30 p.m.
All-Class Book Discussion with President Brian Rosenberg
"What the Liberal Arts Can Learn from Steve Jobs." Join President Rosenberg as he discusses the highly acclaimed book Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson.
Weyerhaeuser Memorial Chapel

2:30 p.m. & 3:30 p.m.
Back to Class Faculty Lectures
Come hear a few words from your favorite professors and meet some of the next generation of favorites. Note: Christy Hanson's talk is at 10:30 a.m., see listing.

2:30–3:30 p.m.
Kristi Curry Rogers
assistant professor, Geology/Biology

"Dinosaurs: The Science Behind the Stories"
Dinosaurs are aliens. They are celebrities. They’ve been called “nature’s greatest extravagances.” They really are biological superlatives. And…they populate your backyard birdfeeder. Over the past 25 years, nearly everything that we thought we knew about dinosaurs has changed. They are no longer dimwitted icons of extinction. Instead, they’re an extraordinarily successful group that pushed the limits of terrestrial body size and even innovated powered flight. From exciting discoveries in the field to new information gleaned from microscopic investigations of bones, Professor Curry Rogers will fill us in on dinosaurs.
Olin-Rice Science Center, Rm. 250

3:30-4:30 p.m.
Chuck Green
professor emeritus, Political Science

"From Liberal Arts to the Democracy Project"
A liberal arts education provides a powerful base for the continued learning and doing necessary for a vibrant democracy. Following a short review of selected multi-disciplinary analyses, our conversation will consider exploratory democratic practices that promise to strengthen democratic ideas and action at all levels.
Olin-Rice Science Center, Rm. 350

2–3 p.m.
Team Sling-shot Water Balloon Competition
Put together your three-person team and test your water balloon launching skills against other reunion teams. Sponsored by M Club. Open to all. Prizes awarded to teams who come closest to hitting Mac the Scot.
Kagin Commons lawn
Teams meet at open space under Dupre Hall.

2:45 p.m.
Macalester-Knoxville Exchange Program Panel
Panelists who participated in the Macalester-Knoxville College Exchange Program will share their experiences and discuss the impact the program has had on their lives. There will be discussion focusing on how the exchange program fit into the larger Civil Rights movement and community life, along with time for audience conversation and questions.
Carnegie Hall, Room 107

2:45–3:45 p.m.
"Confessions of a Professional Eater"
Join Eleanor Ostman Aune ’62, author and longtime food writer for the [St. Paul] Pioneer Press, as she discusses some of her experiences sampling cuisines from around the world.
Carnegie Hall, Room 06

3–4:30 p.m.
Class of 2007 Lawn Games
We'll bring the games, you just show up.
Kagin Commons lawn
(Rain plan: Ruth Stricker Dayton Campus Center, Game Room, lower level)

3 p.m.
Friends of Bill and Bob
DeWitt Wallace Library, Room 303

3:15 p.m.
Walking Tour of Macalester’s Campus
Led by a Macalester Student
Meet at the Bell Tower.

4 p.m.
"Being Green at Macalester"—Sustainability Tour
Learn about Mac's sustainability initiatives by taking a walking tour of some of our highlighted projects, including the EcoHouse and the campus chicken coop. Tour ends at the Olin-Rice Science Center. Led by Suzanne Savanick Hansen, sustainability manager. Reception to follow.
Meet in Markim Hall lobby.

4–5:30 p.m.
Surly Seminar $
Surly Brewing is one of the fastest growing breweries in the nation. Their beers have won multiple awards and changed the face of brewing in the upper Midwest. Meet Mr. Surly himself, Omar Ansari ’92, and learn about Surly’s history and Mac’s role in it while sampling assorted Surly beers. No one leaves thirsty. Hosted by the Class of 2002 and open to all reunion attendees.
Registration required. Sold out!
Class of 2002—Leonard Center, Atrium
All other Reunion classes—Olin-Rice Science Center, Smail Gallery

Evening

5 p.m.
Sustainability Reception
Meet other alumni with interests in the sustainability field. Sponsored by the Sustainability Office.
Rock Garden in front of Olin-Rice Science Center
(Rain plan: Olin-Rice Science Center, lower level)

5-7 p.m.
Photo Tent Open $
Round up your friends and head for the photo tent to document your grown-up selves for posterity.
Tent on the Great Lawn

5:30–7 p.m.
All-Class Social
Enjoy talking with alumni from other classes before following the piper to your Saturday night dinner.
Marvin Plaza/Shaw Field
(Rain plan: Fieldhouse, Leonard Center)

6:45 p.m.
Class of 1947 and Earlier Dinner $
Join your classmates for a wonderful opportunity to reminisce and reconnect. Share your memories from Macalester and where you have been since your time here.
Location posted in the Ruth Stricker Dayton Campus Center lobby.

6:45 p.m.
Class of 1952 Dinner $
Reunite with classmates while enjoying dinner and great conversation. Reservations required.
Location posted in the Ruth Stricker Dayton Campus Center lobby.

6:45 p.m.
Class of 1957 Dinner $
Enjoy a relaxing dinner with music, faculty guests (that's right!), and lots of good conversation. Jim Hoppe, dean of students, will join us and discuss Mac students of 1957 compared to Mac students today.
Reservations required.
Location posted in the Ruth Stricker Dayton Campus Center lobby.

7 p.m.
Class of 1962 Dinner
Rollie Crawford ’62 will be your MC at this final celebration of the 50th anniversary of your graduation from Macalester. This dinner is the highlight of the weekend and you won't want to miss the fun.
Reservations required.
Location posted in the Ruth Stricker Dayton Campus Center lobby.

7 p.m.
Class of 1967 Dinner $
Join your classmates for one of the most popular events of the weekend. Enjoy an evening of great conversation while reconnecting with classmates.
Reservations required.
Location posted in the Ruth Stricker Dayton Campus Center lobby.

7 p.m.
Classes of 1977, ’78 & ’79 Dinner $
Dinner faculty guests, memorabilia, and lots of good conversation followed by a relaxing evening on the Great Lawn. Catch up with old friends and maybe even make some new ones. Join your classmates for a festive evening at the most popular event of the weekend.
Reservations required.
Location posted in the Ruth Stricker Dayton Campus Center lobby.

7 p.m.
Class of 1987 Dinner $
ack to the future! (2037 that is). Bring your contributions to the Class of 1987 time capsule, which will be opened at your 50th reunion in 2037. Items from 1987 and 2012 will be labeled and stored until the big day in June 2037. Peter Ahn '87 will be your master of ceremonies at this memorable dinner, celebrating your first 25 years as alumni.
Reservations required.
Location posted in the Ruth Stricker Dayton Campus Center lobby.

7 p.m.
Class of 2002 Dinner $
The big event of the weekend. Enjoy dinner, catch up with your classmates, and share in a slideshow of Class of 2002 memories. Reflect on the past 10 years and share your plans for the next 10.
Reservations required.
Location posted in the Ruth Stricker Dayton Campus Center lobby.

7 p.m.
Class of 2007 Dinner $
Spend the evening talking with classmates you haven’t had a chance to see yet, traveling back in time with a slideshow of our college photos and Mac Weekly headlines, and enjoying a dinner that’s not in Cafe Mac.
Reservations required.
Location posted in the Ruth Stricker Dayton Campus Center lobby.

7 p.m.
Macalester–Knoxville Exchange Program Dinner $
Join classmates and friends who participated in the Macalester-Knoxville College Exchange Program for dinner and great conversation. Carol Huenemann Eick ’64 and "Mitch" Mitchell will be your hosts for the evening.
Location posted in the Ruth Stricker Dayton Campus Center lobby.

9–11 p.m.
Photo Tent Open $
Round up your friends and head for the photo tent to document your grown-up selves for posterity.
Tent on the Great Lawn

9 p.m.–midnight
The Great Mac Get-together
End your day dancing and sharing memories with alumni and friends under the big tent on the lawn. All Mac alumni welcome. Cash bar.
Tent on the Great Lawn

9 p.m.
Class of 1962 Informal Gathering
Continue the conversation with classmates.
Hugh S. Alexander Alumni House, 1644 Summit Avenue

Sunday, June 3

Morning

8 a.m.–noon
Dorm checkout

8:30–10:30 a.m.
All-Class Hot Breakfast Buffet $
Ruth Stricker Dayton Campus Center

8:30–10:30 a.m.
Breakfast with Scots Pride Alumni $
Scots Pride folks can share a meal together before heading home. Tickets for the breakfast can be purchased at the Information Desk, Campus Center.
Ruth Stricker Dayton Campus Center

10 a.m.
Prayer Service
Close the weekend at a special service offered for reunion attendees.
Weyerhaeuser Memorial Chapel

10:30 a.m.
Class of ’62 Brunch hosted by Eleanor Ostman Aune ’62
Conclude the weekend with an off-campus brunch hosted by Eleanor Ostman Aune ’62. This event is closed.
Location included in registration materials.

7:45 a.m.-5 p.m.
Grand Old Day on Grand Avenue
The Grand Old Day parade begins at 10 a.m. with festivities to follow. grandave.com/grandoldday