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Rain Plan In the event of rain, high wind, and/ or lightning, the following activities will be relocated: • Friday’s welcome reception will be held at the University Tennis Center on Hanover Street. • Saturday’s reunion picnic will be held in Seacobeck Hall. • Many of the children’s activities may not be available.

RECONNECT … REUNION WEEKEND IS A TERRIFIC OPPORTUNITY TO SHARE YOUR MARY WASHINGTON EXPERIENCE Bring your kids. Bring your spouse. Bring your best friend. • Take part in exciting, new activities such as wine-tasting and trolleys to Carl’s Ice Cream. • Stimulate your mind by participating in Alumni College classes taught by UMW professors. • Share your class pride by competing in the class tent decorating contest. • Tour campus to see your favorite stomping grounds. • Share nostalgic moments, and make new Mary Washington memories. • Celebrate Reunion Weekend during the spectacular All-Class Party featuring a live band.

FRIDAY NIGHT CLASS GATHERINGS Renew acquaintances and share stories at a location specifically designated for your class. All parties start at 7:00 p.m. Check the website or contact your class committee for additional details. 1908 Society...................... Seacobeck Hall Class of 1963..................... Jepson Alumni Executive Center Class of 1968..................... Kalnen Inn Class of 1973..................... Home Team Grill Class of 1978..................... Brock’s Riverside Grill patio Class of 1983..................... James Monroe Museum Class of 1988..................... Ristorante Renato Class of 1993..................... Sunken Well Tavern Class of 1998..................... Capital Ale House Class of 2003..................... Brock’s Riverside Grill Rappahannock Room

Check out the Alumni Facebook page or call the Office of Alumni Relations at 540/654-1011 for event updates.

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CHILDREN’S PLAYTIME Reunion Weekend is a family affair, so bring your kids and watch them play on the campus you once called home. Activities in and around Ball Circle include inflatable moonbounce and slide, Ball Circle Express train ride, face painting, cornhole, family movie, and more. In the event of heavy rain or lightning, some activities may not be available.


HOTEL INFORMATION Several blocks of rooms are reserved for Mary Washington alumni at hotels in the Fredericksburg area. When making your reservation, be sure to identify yourself as a Mary Washington alumnus. All rooms are blocked under Reunion Weekend, University of Mary Washington; hotel employees will do their best to group classes together.

Best Western Fredericksburg +

Hilton Garden Inn *

(Route 3 beside Shoney’s restaurant)

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Fredericksburg Hospitality House Hotel * 540/786-8321 Designated hotel for the Class of 1963 and members of the 1908 Society

Hampton Inn & Suites * 540/786-5530 Designated hotel for Classes of 1968, 1973, 1978, 1983, 1998, and 2003

Homewood Suites * 540/786-9700 Designated hotel for Classes of 1988 and 1993

Quality Inn + 540/371-0330 KEY: * Located in Central Park, this hotel features inside corridors and elevators. + This hotel features outside corridors and does not have an accessible elevator.

Note: Rooms fill up quickly. Contact your friends and roommates and make your hotel arrangements soon. Visit www.umw.edu/reunionweekend for schedule updates and additional information.

EXPLORING FREDERICKSBURG Tennis UMW alumni and families are invited to stop in and take a look at the University Tennis Center located on Hanover Street at the intersection with College Avenue. Alumni and families also may reserve court time at the facility for Friday, May 31, and Saturday, June 1 from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., depending upon availability. To reserve court time for Reunion Weekend, call the University Tennis Center at 540/654-2482 or call Director of Tennis Todd Helbling at 540/6542486. Be sure to mention that you will be participating in Reunion Weekend 2013. While reservations are required, the use of the facility is free.

Golf Lee’s Hill Golf Club in Fredericksburg will offer a special rate for Reunion Weekend participants Saturday, June 1. Reservations dependent upon availability. To reserve a tee time, please call Lee’s Hill Golf Club at 540/891-0111. Be sure to mention that you will be participating in UMW’s Reunion Weekend 2013, and plan to take a copy of this brochure along with you. Pricing before 1:00 p.m. - $49; pricing after 1:00 p.m. - $39. All prices are per person and include golf fees with cart. Rates and times are subject to availability and cannot be combined with other rates or discounts. Rental clubs are available.

First Aid First Aid kits will be available in the Lee Hall Underground throughout the weekend.

Baby Changing Stations Virginia Hall Parlor will be equipped with baby changing stations throughout the weekend.

Emergency Campus Numbers Office of Alumni Relations: (540) 654-1011 Campus Police: (540) 654-1025

Off-Campus Taxi Services Bumbrey’s Independent Cab Service (540) 373-6111 Virginia/Hilldrup Taxi Service (540) 373-8555

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FREDERICKSBURG PASSPORT Explore Fredericksburg sites and enjoy special discounts just for Mary Washington alumni and guests. Check out the Fredericksburg Passport flyer in your registration welcome packet to view all participating locations, discounted prices, and contact information. Show your Reunion Weekend nametag to receive the discount admission rates and rediscover one of America’s most historic cities.

2012-2013 Officers Patricia Boise Kemp ‘69, President

IMPORTANT NOTES Reunion Weekend Parking •

Mikhael Charnoff ‘95, President-elect Derek M. Bottcher ‘96, Immediate Past President

Michael A. Johnson ‘96, Vice President, Alumni Awards

Donna Sheehan Gladis ‘68, Vice President, Alumni Giving Leslie F. Tilghman ‘74, Vice President, Finance Gayle Weinberger Petro ‘79, Vice President, Reunion Weekend

Open parking is available along College Avenue, as well as in the parking lots behind George Washington Hall and the lot at the corner of Thornton Avenue and College Avenue. (The Chandler Parking lot will be closed due to construction.) The multi-level parking garage can be accessed from U.S. Route 1, just north of College Avenue. Due to construction work on the Convergence Center, guests parking in the garage must walk to College Avenue to connect to the sidewalk and Campus Walk. Handicapped parking is available in the George Washington Hall parking lot off Double Drive as you enter the main gates of the University. Additional handicapped parking is available in the lot behind Monroe Hall, which is accessible by Sunken Road.

Golf-Cart Shuttles •

Angela Mills ’01, Vice President, Regional Networks

For the convenience of attendees, golfcart shuttles will be available on Friday and Saturday. On Saturday, the shuttles will stop every 15 minutes at the following locations: - George Washington Hall parking lot off Double Drive - Trinkle Hall front - Willard Hall front Signs will be posted at each of the golf-cart stops. If you need a golf-cart ride to a location not on the route, check for special shuttles outside of Lee Hall.

Construction Updates Across the Fredericksburg campus, projects are in progress as we renovate and improve academic and residential facilities. You will notice the addition of special fencing around construction areas. Campus Walk will be closed just past Simpson Library to the Jepson Science Center due to construction of the new Convergence Center. Pedestrians are asked to bypass construction by using the College Avenue sidewalk beginning at du Pont Hall. The parking lot by Chandler and pedestrian access around Chandler and the College Avenue side of Ball Circle will be restricted due to site work to prepare for the new Campus Center.

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CLASS PHOTOS Saturday, June 1 - Lee Hall Steps Class pictures will be taken during the picnic luncheon on Saturday, June 1, according to the following schedule. You may pre-order a 5x7 print on the registration form at the back of this brochure. Electronic copies also will be available through Flickr following Reunion Weekend. When planning your arrival on Saturday, please allow plenty of time to park and meet with your class before your scheduled class photo.

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TIME 1908 Society 12:20 (members of all classes up to 1962)

Alumni Association Board of Directors 2012-2013 Directors Ibrahim S. Asfahani ’97 Jenifer L. Blair ’82

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Daniel Clendenin ’07 Brenda J. Franklin ’72 Karen Laino Giannuzzi ’71 Julia Ciarlo Hammond ’01 Pamela Tompkins Huggins ’68 Nellie L. King ’92 Jeffrey McClurken ’94 Kathleen O’Neill ’70

SPECIAL AWARDS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS In addition to great food and fun, the Saturday night All Class Party at the Jepson Alumni Executive Center is the place to hear important announcements and to vote on special alumni business.

2013 Alumni Awards Winners of three awards will be announced and presented during the All Class Party at the Jepson Alumni Executive Center. • Distinguished Alumnus Award • Frances Liebenow Armstrong ’36 Service Award • Outstanding Young Alumnus Award

Race for the Eagle Awards will be presented to the classes with the most giving participation, the largest class gift, and the highest number of donors. Members of the reunion committee will present a symbolic check to UMW representing gifts from all reunion classes.

Edith Sheppard Ott ’59 Jonathan M. Putty ’10 Susanne McClenaghan Tiffany ‘75 Mary E. White BLS ’99 Ex-Officio Members appointed by Alumni Association President Robert R. Barr Faculty Representative Lauren Guzinski ’13 Student Representative Chelsea Mays ’13 Student Representative

Officer and Director Nominations The 2013-2014 nominees for the Alumni Association Board of Directors will be announced, and you may vote for their approval during the All Class Party.

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UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORE Welcome to Reunion Weekend! We invite you to visit the University Bookstore located on the main floor of Lee Hall. We have a wide variety of clothing, general books, faculty titles, insignia, supplies, greeting cards, gifts and more, including unique alumni apparel to proudly show your “Eagle” spirit! Be sure to check out the new line of Legacy Wear featuring Mary Washington College insignias. In addition, we invite you to reminisce with former professors and attend book signings Saturday, June 1, at the Information Desk in Lee Hall. Be sure to bring in the yellow Reunion coupon from your registration packet to receive 20% off one regularly priced clothing or insignia item. We look forward to seeing you!

Get back into the classroom with UMW professors. Learn about Civil War history, politics, psychology, economics, art, and writing. See the schedule for a complete lineup and descriptions of this year’s classes without quizzes, and pre-register to hold your seat at Alumni College.

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Register online by April 30 to receive a 10% discount. umw.edu/ reunionweekend

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS Friday, May 31, 2013 7:25 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Registration in Lee Hall Underground. When you arrive on campus, come to the lower level of Lee Hall to pick up your personalized schedule, name badge, and tickets to Reunion Weekend events.

7:30 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.

Buffet Continental Breakfast in Seacobeck. Relive your dining hall days and catch your first glimpse of friends and classmates.

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the issues that motivate women’s participation, and how both President Obama’s and Governor Romney’s campaigns worked to capture the women’s vote in the 2012 presidential campaign. Class in Monroe Hall 210. C. Digital History – Jeffrey McClurken ’94, Ph.D., Associate Professor of History and American Studies, Department Chair. Learn about the field of digital history and the latest techniques to preserve memories and history (academic and personal). View examples by UMW students featuring the University’s history, alumni interviews, and local history projects. Learn about the new Digital Studies minor. Class in Monroe Hall 240.

8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Noon – 2:00 p.m.

Bookstore open in Lee Hall. See

Box lunch. Pre-order your lunch by checking

what’s new and stock up on all your favorite Mary Washington gear!

10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Reunion Weekend Fredericksburg Passport. Explore Fredericksburg sites and enjoy special discounts with your Reunion Weekend nametag. See page 4 for more information and look for details in your Reunion Weekend registration materials.

the appropriate box on your registration form, and pick it up from the registration area in Lee Hall Underground.

Noon – 4:00 p.m. UMW Galleries Exhibit. “SPOTLIGHT: Designers from the UMW Department of Theatre and Dance” - celebrating 100 years of theatre on the UMW Campus. Ridderhof Martin Art Gallery.

1:00 p.m. – 2:15 p.m.

ALUMNI COLLEGE SESSION II

10:30 a.m. – noon

ALUMNI COLLEGE SESSION I Pre-register for one of three classes A. The 150th anniversary: The Civil War remembered on the Mary Washington campus – Gary Stanton, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Historic Preservation. Commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Fredericksburg with a campus Civil War walking tour and discussion of the historic events that took place on the Mary Washington campus. (Enrollment limited to 35.) Class meets in front of Monroe Hall. B. Women as Political Actors in American Government – Rosalyn Cooperman, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Political Science and International Affairs. Consider the value of women’s political participation as voters,

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Pre-register for one of three classes A. Mathematical Art: an exploration – Debra Hydorn, Ph.D., Professor of Mathematics. Explore mathematical art through the use of Geometer’s Sketchpad ® and discover transformations of simple geometrical shapes. Learn about the mathematics of pattern and design. (Enrollment limited to 15.) Class in Monroe Hall 114.


B. Makerspace/Think Lab – George R. Meadows, Ph.D., Professor, College of Education and Timothy R. Owens, Instructional Tech Specialist, Division of Teaching and Learning Technologies. Explore the new “Think Lab” where 3-D printing, electronics, and robotics are explored during a first-year seminar called Mashups and MakerBots. See how students from all disciplines are learning basics of circuitry and automation while designing 3-D objects. (Enrollment limited to 12.) Class in Simpson Library 225A. C. Arab Spring: The Continuing Story – Ranjit Singh, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Political Science and International Affairs. Hear updates on the continuing story of the Arab Spring and gain insight into the dynamics of fast-paced political changes in the Arab world that have wide-ranging effects. Class in Monroe Hall 210. 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Anderson Center Open House. Catch a trolley to explore one of the newest additions to the UMW campus! Eagle pride is evident all around!

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possible messiness. Participants will take home posters commemorating Reunion Weekend. (Enrollment limited to 12.) Class in Melchers Hall 212.

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3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Campus Walking Tours. Chat with students, rediscover your favorite places on campus, and see what’s new. Meet in front of George Washington Hall.

5:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. 2:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

President’s Welcome Reception.

ALUMNI COLLEGE SESSION III

President and Mrs. Hurley invite all reunion classes to celebrate Reunion Weekend 2013 on the lawn at Brompton. Enjoy refreshments, live music, and great conversation.

Pre-register for one of three classes A. Data Analytics and You – Christopher Garcia, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, College of Business. Learn how analyzing large data sets for certain patterns affects our everyday lives. Why is Amazon or Netflix able to suggest other items you might like to purchase? Hear about a new UMW minor in the discipline of Analytics that will be made up of business, computer science, and math courses. Class in Monroe Hall 240. B. Myth, Media and Mad Scientists – Leanna Giancarlo, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Chemistry. Explore the role of the mad scientist archetype in popular culture and its implications for society. Film and fiction have long depicted scientists as sinister, dangerous, arrogant, secretive and ruthless. By examining the role of language and myth-making, these negative views of scientists are explained. Class in Monroe Hall 210. C. Silkscreen Posters – Rosemary K. Jesionowski, M.F.A, Assistant Professor of Multiple Imaging. Learn the basics of silkscreening during this hands-on workshop. Aprons will be provided, but be prepared for continued at top

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Friday Night Class Gatherings. Have a blast renewing acquaintances and sharing stories at a time and place dedicated specifically for your class. See page 2 for locations.

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SCHEDULE OF EVENTS Saturday, June 1, 2013

9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Bookstore open in Lee Hall. See 7:25 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Registration in Lee Hall Underground. If you didn’t get a chance to come to campus Friday, now is the time to pick up your personalized schedule, name badge, and tickets to Reunion Weekend events.

7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m.

what’s new and stock up on all your favorite Mary Washington gear!

10:00 a.m. – Noon

UMW Galleries Exhibit. ”SPOTLIGHT: Designers from the UMW Department of Theatre and Dance” - celebrating 100 years of theatre on the UMW Campus. Ridderhof Martin Art Gallery.

Exercise in Ball Circle. Kick off your day with a group exercise activity in one of the most memorable places on campus. Check the website for more information.

Campus Open House. Explore campus

7:30 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.

and step inside many academic and residential halls. More information will be inside your registration packet.

Buffet Continental Breakfast in Seacobeck. Plan your day while eating and

10:00 a.m. – 10:50 a.m.

chatting with friends and classmates.

ALUMNI COLLEGE SESSION IV

9:00 a.m. – 9:50 a.m.

Behind-the-Scenes of the Campus and Convergence Centers. Construction has begun! Join Douglas Searcy, Vice President for Student Affairs, and John Morello, Associate Provost for Academic Affairs to get a look at these two new buildings that will have a major impact for future students. Presentation in Monroe Hall 210.

9:00 a.m. – 9:50 a.m.

Tour Randolph and Mason Halls. Get a peek inside the newly renovated Randolph and Mason Halls. See how features in “the Link” add to the overall living and learning environment at UMW. Meet on the steps of George Washington Hall to begin the tour.

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10:00 a.m. – Noon

Pre-register. Beethoven, Newton, and Leonardo: Patterns in Creativity – Bulent I. Atalay, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of Physics. Learn about creativity in the arts and sciences, exemplified in the modus operandi of Beethoven, Newton, and Leonardo: three geniuses virtually unique in their fields. The trio represents the exceedingly rare group of “transformative geniuses.” Class in Monroe Hall 116.

10:00 a.m. – Noon

Gari Melchers Home and Studio Tour. Explore historic Belmont, the home and studio of Gari Melchers. See Melchers’ works and tour the grounds of this gorgeous estate, operated by UMW. Trolley departs from the Centennial Campanile in front of George Washington Hall.


10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Noon – 2:00 p.m.

Reunion Weekend Fredericksburg Passport. Explore Fredericksburg sites

Reunion Picnic. Enjoy picnic fare in Ball

and enjoy special discounts with your Reunion Weekend nametag. See page 4 for more information and look for details in your Reunion Weekend registration materials.

Circle and continue conversations with your classmates, friends, and family. Bring Mary Washington memorabilia to share with friends and decorate your designated class tent.

Make a gift in honor of your reunion at umw.edu/ give2umw

10:15 a.m. – end of tours

Campus Guided Tours. See the parts of campus of interest to you. (Each of three tours begins at 10:15 a.m.) • To explore UMW’s newer buildings, meet your group leader at Palmieri Plaza. • To visit older campus buildings, meet your group leader at Trinkle Hall. • To enjoy a general campus tour of all buildings, meet your group leader at George Washington Hall. 11:00 a.m. – 11:50 a.m.

ALUMNI COLLEGE SESSION V Pre-register. Great Lives and Good Times – William B. Crawley, Jr, Ph.D., Distinguished Professor Emeritus of History. The University Historian looks at the extraordinary people, interesting events, and fun times that highlighted the institution’s first 100 years. Hear behind-the-scene stories about the writing of this exclusive book. Class in Monroe Hall 116.

12:20 – 2:00 p.m.

Class Photos. Check the schedule on page 5 and meet your classmates in front of Lee Hall for a commemorative class photo. Pre-order a 5x7 or ask to be notified when digital downloads are available on Flickr.

12:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Book Signing. Meet alumni and faculty

Children’s Playtime. Bring your kids and

authors and get their autographs. You may bring books from home or purchase them there. Signing held inside Lee Hall at the Information Desk on the main floor.

let them enjoy activities in and around Ball Circle, including inflatable moonbounce and slide, Ball Circle Express train ride, face painting, misting station, cornhole, and more.

2:00 p.m. – 2:50 p.m.

University Update with President Hurley. Learn the latest University news and plans for the future from President Hurley. Presentation in Lee Hall 411.

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2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Carl’s Ice Cream. Enjoy a trolley ride to

Former Student Leader Forum. Were

Carl’s for a nostalgic bite of that one-of-a-kind dairy treat. Trolleys depart from the Centennial Campanile in front of GW Hall at 2:00, 2:30, 3:00, and 3:30.

you part of SGA, Honor Council, Class Council, or the Judicial Review Board? Connect with fellow former student leaders and hear about what has changed and what remains the same with leadership at UMW. Gathering in the Link between Randolph and Mason Halls.

6:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m.

All Class Party. Let the good times roll at this all-inclusive reunion gathering and award presentation at the Jepson Alumni Executive Center. Kick it up with a live band, enjoy heavy hors d’oeuvres, and full bar. Wear your festive attire and make this a party to remember!

Sunday, June 2, 2013 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Anderson Center Open House and Athletic Alumni Reception. Explore the new athletic and multi-purpose event center near Goolrick Hall. If you played a sport at UMW, be sure to stop by the special reception in the Anderson Center for former student athletes to meet UMW Athletic Director Ken Tyler. Groups meet in the lobby of the Anderson Center.

3:00 p.m. – 4:45 p.m.

Family Matinee Movie. Take a time out to enjoy a movie. Watch Toy Story 3 with your kids, or drop them off for a little “me” time. Supervision will be provided by UMW students and staff. Movie in the Red Room in Woodard Campus Center.

3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Virginia Wine Tasting. Swirl, sniff, and swish to enjoy great vintages from local wineries and take home a commemorative glass. Beer from a local brewery also will be on tap. Event held in the Great Hall in Woodard Campus Center.

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9:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.

Farewell Brunch. Enjoy a scrumptious omelet buffet and say your farewells before heading home. Brunch is at the Jepson Alumni Executive Center.

10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Reunion Weekend Fredericksburg Passport. Explore Fredericksburg sites and enjoy special discounts with your Reunion Weekend nametag. See page 4 for more information and look for details in your Reunion Weekend registration materials.


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FRIDAY, MAY 31, 2013

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Picnic Lunch – Children (ages 3-10) Class Photo (5x7) University Update with President Hurley Carl’s Ice Cream Trolley Anderson Center and Eagle Landing Open House

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 VISA  MasterCard Acct. No. : _________________________________________________________ Exp. Date: ________________ Signature:____________________________________________________________________________________ Due to scheduling commitments, we are unable to facilitate refunds after May 28, 2013. Detach at the perforated line, fold, place in envelope, and return to: Reunion Weekend, UMW Alumni Association, 1119 Hanover Street, Fredericksburg, VA 22401 You also may fax the form with credit card information to 540/654-2271.

REUNION WEEKEND TOTAL AMOUNT ENCLOSED OR CHARGED = ___________

Class gift to the Fund for Mary Washington

New Subtotal

(If mailed before April 30, 2013, deduct 10% from the total) Amount of discount

Farewell Brunch

SUNDAY, JUNE 2, 2013

All Class Party

Former Student Leader Reception in the Link of Randolph/ Mason Halls

Family Matinee Movie – Toy Story 3

Virginia Wine Tasting

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Picnic Lunch – Adults

Former Student Athlete Reception in Anderson Center

x

Gari Melchers Home and Studio Tour

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x

Alumni College Session V Great Lives and Good Times

x

General Tour of All

x

Older Campus Buildings (OR)

x

Campus Guided Walking Tours: SELECT ONE Newer Campus Buildings (OR)

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Campus Open House

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Alumni College Session IV Beethoven, Newton, and Leonardo: Patterns in Creativity

x

Plans for the new Campus and Convergence Centers

$5

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Charge

Tour of Randolph and Mason Halls

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No. Attending

Breakfast in Seacobeck

Exercise in Ball Circle

SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 2013

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

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