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November 9 - 11, 2012


Winthrop Homecoming and Alumni Reunion 2012

Activities for Everyone! Trolley Tours of Campus Family Movie Class Reunions Alumni Happy Hour Withers Centennial Alumni Awards Ceremony Tailgating & Kids’ Zone Men’s Basketball Game See the complete schedule on pages 2 and 3.

Special Thanks to our Presenting Homecoming Sponsors:

Garnet & Gold Sponsors:


Message from the Alumni Association President

Come Home to Winthrop! Join us for Homecoming and Alumni Reunion November 9 - 11, 2012! This is your weekend. Make plans now to spend it at our alma mater reconnecting with classmates, discovering what has changed on campus, and fondly remembering the things that will always remain the same. Whether you are a graduate from 1942 or 2012, I feel sure you will agree that the Winthrop Experience changed your life. As you browse through this brochure of reunions, athletic events, and other campus activities, you will find there is something for everyone. Perhaps the name of a classmate receiving an alumni award will prompt you to attend the Awards Ceremony on Saturday. Maybe an early morning bike ride before heading out to tailgating sounds like a great way to start the day. Spend some time on Friday night with your classmates at the Alumni Happy Hour. Whatever your interests, the broad list of activities is designed to make everyone feel welcome. I look forward to seeing you at Homecoming and Alumni Reunion 2012! Garnet & Gold Forever!

Kristen Gebhart Magee ’95 Alumni Association President 1


Schedule of Events Friday, November 9 Garnet & Gold Friday

Campuswide All Day Wear your Winthrop gear! Student Alumni Council members will look for those with the most school spirit and award prizes. Don’t be caught in another school’s colors — you just might get a ticket!

Reunion Registration

Tillman Hall (Main Building) Lobby 1 – 4 p.m. If you’re from the class of ’37, ’42, ’47, ’52, ’57, ’62, ’67, ’72 or ’77, please check in and pick up your reunion materials.

Trolley Tours

Depart from Tillman 1 – 5 p.m. (last trolley leaves at approx. 4:15) Tour campus from the comfort of a quaint trolley!

Memorabilia Display

a milestone gift. Heavy hors d’oeuvres and cash bar. $10

Class of 1962 50th Reunion Reception and Dinner

Winthrop Dance Theatre

McBryde Hall 6 p.m.

The women of 1962 celebrate their 50th reunion!

Class of 1972 40th Reunion Party The Shack 6 p.m.

Back at the Shack…the women of ’72 celebrate 40 years! To register for this event, please refer to your class letter on page 1 of this brochure.

Class of 1977 35th Reunion Party

Thursdays Too, Rock Hill 6 p.m.

The Morgan-Holcombe Alumni Center, 206 Tillman 1 – 5 p.m.

The women of ’77 celebrate 35 years since graduation! Refer to your class letter on page 1 of this brochure for details.

Browse through old yearbooks, marvel at the uniforms, and view rings and other items from Winthrop’s storied history.

Opening Reception

The Winthrop Honors Affinity Group Reception

The Honors Center at the Courtyard 5 – 7 p.m.

Rutledge & Patrick Galleries McLaurin Hall 6:30 - 8 p.m. Work by textile artists Nava Lubelski and Libby O’Bryan is featured. For more information, please visit www.winthrop.edu/vpa/galleries.

Were you an Honors student at Winthrop? Stop by and enjoy a reception with fellow honors alumni. Pre-registration required at www.winthropalumni.com/homecoming.

Class of 1967 45th Reunion Dinner

Delta Sigma Theta Drop-In

Visit with old friends from the Class of ’67 and reminisce about life at Winthrop! To register for this event, please refer to your class letter on page 1 of this brochure.

DiGiorgio Campus Center Lobby 6 p.m. The Xi Beta chapter reunites! Join us for hors d’ouevres and memories. To register e-mail xibetareunion@hotmail.com

Class of 1957 55th Reunion Dinner Macfeat House 6 p.m.

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years since graduation! To register for this event, please refer to your class letter on page 1 of this brochure.

The women of ’57 celebrate 55

The Olde Stone House 7 p.m.

Alumni Happy Hour

McElveen Rotunda, Third Floor of the DiGiorgio Center 7:30 – 9 p.m. Mingle with fellow alumni of all ages and reminisce. Classes of ’82, ’87, ’92, ’97, ’02 and ’07 will receive

Johnson Theatre 8 p.m.

This concert offers a full evening of works choreographed by faculty and guest artists, directed by Mary Beth Young. For tickets, 803/323-4014 or boxoffice@winthrop.edu.

Homecoming Party

Rosalind and Jerry Richardson Ballroom in the DiGiorgio Center 9 p.m. Join students, alumni, faculty and staff for the party of the weekend! Live music by Xperimento, photo booth, food and cash bar!

Saturday, November 10 Baseball Alumni Golf Outing

Time and Course TBD All former baseball players are invited to the links for a fun alumni outing! For more information, contact Head Coach Tom Riginos at riginost@winthrop.edu.

Reunion Registration

Tillman Lobby 8 – 9:30 a.m. If you’re from the class of ’37, ’42, ’47, ’52, ’57, ’62, ’67, ’72 or ’77, please check in and pick up your reunion materials.

Trolley Tours 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. Tour campus from the comfort of a quaint trolley! Stop at Withers/W.T.S. Building and help celebrate its centennial!

Memorabilia Display

The Morgan-Holcombe Alumni Center, 206 Tillman 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. Browse through old yearbooks, marvel at the uniforms, and view rings and other items from Winthrop’s storied history.


Schedule subject to change. For an up-to-date schedule visit www.winthropalumni.com/homecoming

Bike Ride With Dr. Frank Ardaiolo

Meet on the edge of the Campus Green 8:30 – 9:30 a.m. Take a one-hour, easy-paced bike ride with Vice President for Student Life Dr. Ardaiolo. Enjoy Winthrop’s beautiful campus and surrounding neighborhoods. No one gets left behind! (Park in the gravel lot at the corner of Founders Lane and Alumni Drive.)

Sociology & Anthropology Drop-In Kinard Hall 8:30 a.m.

Join other Sociology and Anthropology alums and faculty for a continental breakfast. Pre-Registration required at www.winthropalumni.com/homecoming.

Foundations Exhibition

Lewandowski Student Gallery McLaurin Hall 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. View current student art. For more information, please visit www.winthrop.edu/vpa/galleries.

Rock Wall Climbing

West Center 10 a.m. – Noon Bring the family and challenge yourselves to our 36-foot climbing wall featuring both manual and auto belay systems. 

Build-A-Legacy Tour Joynes Hall 10 a.m.

Bring your child or grandchild, and enjoy a guided campus tour! Registration is required. Contact the Admissions Office at 803/323-2191 or fill out the online form at www.winthrop.edu/admissions/visit.

Alumni Awards Ceremony

Vera Gruber Batten Dining Room in McBryde Hall 11 a.m. Join fellow alumni, faculty and guests as we honor this year’s award winners and the Golden Girls from 1962 at a luncheon in historic McBryde Hall!

Class reunion packages include one luncheon ticket. $15

Winthrop Dance Theatre

Withers Centennial Celebration

This concert offers a full evening of works choreographed by faculty and guest artists, directed by Mary Beth Young. For tickets, 803/323-4014 or boxoffice@winthrop.edu.

Withers/W.T.S. Building 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. Help celebrate the Withers Building’s 100th year! Take a look at then and now with special nods to the Winthrop Training School and Macfeat Laboratory School.

Fashion Show

Withers 1 and 2 p.m. Attend a narrated show featuring Winthrop uniforms and other fashions from years gone by.

Tailgating & Alumni Cookout South Lawn of the Coliseum Tailgate 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. Cookout 12:30 p.m.

Bring a blanket or pitch your tent and enjoy music, food and fun before the basketball game! Stop by the Alumni tent to enjoy hamburgers and hotdogs provided by the Winthrop Alumni Association. Head over to the Kids’ Zone to find games, activities and inflatables provided by Baptist Collegiate Ministry. Pets must be leashed.

Baseball Alumni Tailgating

Winthrop Ballpark 2:30 p.m. Open to all former Winthrop baseball players and their families. Come out to the ballpark to reminisce with fellow ball players, past and present. After, join us for the men’s basketball game. For more information, contact Head Coach Tom Riginos at riginost@winthrop.edu.

Men’s Basketball Game Coliseum 4 p.m.

You won’t want to miss this season’s opener against the St. Andrews Knights. Come out and Rock the Hill with new Head Coach Pat Kelsey! For ticket information, call 803/323-2345.

Family Movie

Dina’s Place in he DiGiorgio Center 7 and 9:30 p.m. Title to be announced

Johnson Theatre 8 p.m.

NPHC Step Show Byrnes Auditorium 8 p.m.

Get your tickets NOW! This annual sell-out is a Homecoming favorite sponsored by Fraternity and Sorority Affairs. Contact ofsa@winthrop.edu for ticket information.

Sunday, November 11 Baseball Alumni Game

Winthrop Ballpark 11 a.m. Former Winthrop baseball players should make a home run to Winthrop for an alumni vs alumni ballgame! For more information, contact Head Coach Tom Riginos at riginost@winthrop.edu.

Women’s Basketball Game Coliseum 2 p.m.

Cheer on the Lady Eagles and new Head Coach Kevin Cook as they take on the Troy University Trojans! For ticket information, call 803/323-2345

Legend Cost associated with event Pre-Registration required Signature Alumni event Signature Homecoming event If the event requiring pre-registration does not appear on the official registration form attached, visit the detailed schedule of events at www.winthropalumni.com/homecoming for information on how to register.

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Alumni Award Winners

To recognize accomplished alumni achievement, Winthrop proudly presents the 2012 Alumni Award winners.

To recognize accomplished alumni achievement, Winthrop proudly presents Mary Mildred Sullivan Award This award was established in 1940 to recognize an alumna for selfless dedication of time, energy and talent in service to others. Recipient: Dolly Crouch Mitchell ’62 Dolly earned her Bachelor of Science in physical education from Winthrop in 1962 and her Master of Science in physical education from the University of Tennessee at Memphis in 1968. Dolly serves as reunion chair for the Class of 1962. In 2004, she received the Alumni Distinguished Service Award. She is a member of the Blue Line Giving Society and the D.B. Johnson Society. Dolly previously served as second vice-president for the Alumni Association Executive Board and as a member of various committees associated with her board service. After years as an educator, she retired as assistant principal of Clinton High School.

Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award This is the male equivalent of the Mary Mildred Sullivan Award. Recipient: Timothy L. Hopkins ’83, ’85, ’00 Tim received a Bachelor of Arts in sociology and history in 1983, followed by his Master of Education in 1985 and an Education Specialist degree in 2000, all from Winthrop. Tim currently serves as a member of the Winthrop University Board of Trustees. He is a past member of the Winthrop Foundation board and Alumni Association Executive Board, where he served in various offices, including president-elect. Tim served as the Class of 1983 agent on the Annual Fund Loyalty Council. He is a member of the Kershaw County Alumni chapter and has served as past president. He currently is executive director of elementary education for the Kershaw County School District. He is a past executive committee member of the Kershaw County Chamber of Commerce and president of the board for Students After School and Family Enrichment Center (SAFE).

Alumni Distinguished Service Award The Alumni Association presents this award annually to an alumna/us who has made significant contributions to the quality of life in his/her community, to the development of overall values and morals within others, and who is an outstanding citizen in his/her own right. Distinguished service may have been rendered with one’s profession, church, char4

ity, family, and school on a national, state, or local level. The recipient shall be a dedicated alumna/us who supports the growth and development of Winthrop University through his/her service to and/or support of programs and objectives established by the university. Recipient: Linda Knox Warner ’80 Linda currently serves as treasurer and finance chair of the Alumni Association, a position she has held since 1987. She received a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration from Winthrop in 1980. Linda served as chair of the Alumni Association’s Affinity Card Task Force. Additionally, she has served as a member of the Winthrop University Foundation Board since 1987 and currently serves on the Investment Committee. A former tax auditor with the South Carolina Department of Revenue, Linda works as a certified public accountant (CPA) with Bernard N. Ackerman, CPA, PA in Rock Hill. She is a member of the South Carolina Association of CPAs and the American Institute of CPAs. Linda is a member of Oakland Baptist Church where she has served as a deacon and sings in the choir. She has been involved in supporting numerous community activities in Rock Hill.

Alumni Professional Achievement Award The Alumni Association presents this award annually to an alumna/us who has made significant contributions to his/ her professional field while exemplifying high moral and business ethics. A nominee’s documentation should indicate involvement in and advancement of his/her chosen profession or field endeavor. The recipient shall be a dedicated alumna/us who supports the growth and development of Winthrop University and exemplifies an outstanding code of ethics, as well as the overall quality concept by which Winthrop University is governed. Recipient: L. Denise Reeves Khaalid ’95, ’02 Denise earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and secondary education in 1995 and a Master of Education degree in educational leadership in 2002, both from Winthrop. She began


Winthrop Alumni Affinity Groups

the 2012 Alumni Awards winners. her career as an English teacher at Sullivan Middle School in the Rock Hill School District and in 2001 was named Teacher of the Year for Saluda Trial Middle School, also in Rock Hill. Today, Denise serves as assistant principal for curriculum instruction at Rock Hill’s South Pointe High School. A master of all trades, Denise oversees a number of community and parent partnerships, coordinates the school’s dual-credit and High Schools That Work programs, and facilitates professional learning among staff members. Under her leadership SPHS launched a freshman academy and implemented open access International Baccalaureate and Advanced Placement programs. She was recently named the top assistant principal in the nation by the National Association of Secondary School Principals. Denise is an active member of Freedom Temple Ministries where she serves the church as a Sunday school teacher and youth ministry teacher.

Is there life after graduation? Yes! There are endless opportunities to stay connected to Winthrop after you take off the cap and gown. Winthrop Affinity Groups encourage alumni of all ages and shared interests to associate based on identity, involvement in student organizations, personal interests or career specialties. These groups are a vital part of our diverse alumni community. They meet periodically to network, socialize and reminisce. To learn more about the various existing Affinity Groups at Winthrop, or to suggest a new group, please visit www.winthropalumni.com/affinity. Getting together at Homecoming this year are: The Xi Beta Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Greek alumni are among some of the most loyal graduates of Winthrop and the women of Delta Sigma Theta are no exception. They meet on campus each year to re-connect and relive their days on Winthrop’s campus.

Outstanding Young Alumni Award

The Winthrop Honors Group

The Alumni Association presents this award to an alumna/us who is aged 35 or younger. The award shall recognize a former Winthrop student whose service to the university, service to the community and professional achievements have reflected positively on all alumni and the university.

A relatively new affinity group, the Winthrop Honors group is open to all former Honors students. They plan to hold events a few times each year to provide a supportive atmosphere to all Honors Program alumni.

Recipient: T. Raynard Gadson ’05 Raynard earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in mass communication from Winthrop in 2005 with an emphasis in broadcasting and minored in creative writing. As an undergraduate, he held various positions for The Roddey-McMillan Record, participated in two professional internships, and served as executive producer of Winthrop University’s weekly news broadcast, “Winthrop Close-Up.” Immediately after graduation, Raynard worked for A&E Television Networks in New York City and The History Channel. From there, he worked as a freelance production assistant for such Food Network Shows as “Emeril Live” and “Iron Chef America,” and then went on to work for two years as a production assistant and later travel coordinator for Sony Pictures Television. In the spring of 2009, Raynard was hired as a production management assistant for the launch of “The Dr. Oz Show.” In 2011, Raynard was promoted to associate producer. The show was recognized by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences with an Emmy Award for Outstanding Daytime Talk Show — Informative in 2011 and 2012.

The Xi Beta Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta

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Special Projects Come Back, Give Back Challenge This year’s reunion classes are participating in the Come Back, Give Back Challenge in support of the Winthrop Fund. The Winthrop Fund has provided countless opportunities to our students, faculty and alumni for over 125 years, and your gift yields immediate and lifelong benefits. Your gift also transforms lives, produces leaders and educators, and creates lifelong learners who will make our world a better place.

Eagle Book Drive Donate a new children’s book and help current Winthrop students in a campuswide service project to promote literacy in York County. Look for the Book Drop zone near the Alumni tent at tailgating 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. Sponsored by the Center for Career and Civic Engagement.

The Come Back, Give Back Challenge runs from January 1 until November 9, 2012. There will be two awards given at the November 10 Alumni Awards Ceremony: one to the class with the most participation and the other to the class with the largest donation. Any pledge or gift to the Winthrop Fund received by November 9, 2012 counts in your class total. The race remains close, so make your gift today! Updates will be posted on the Winthrop Alumni Association Facebook page as well as the MyWinthrop website at www.winthropalumni.com. Be sure to check us out online so that you may see where your class stands in the Come Back, Give Back Challenge. Forever link your name to Winthrop with a brick on Scholars Walk. For only $100 you can purchase a brick engraved with your name, the name of a classmate or a favorite professor. From now until November 9, your brick purchase will count toward your class total in the Come Back Give Back Challenge. For more information, or to purchase a brick, please call 803/323-2150 or visit www.winthropalumni.com/brick.

Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections

Oral History Project The Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections at Winthrop University began the Oral History Project in 1975 as a means of preserving Winthrop, local and South Carolina history. Winthrop history is especially important to the Archives. Alumni, faculty, staff, students, Board of Trustee members, and others have been interviewed about their experiences and impressions of Winthrop. With the Archives move to its own facility and an increase in staff size, the Oral History Project in undergoing a major revitalization. The Archives is in need of your help. Everyone’s experience at Winthrop is of interest to us, whether you graduated in 1937 or 2012. For more information or to schedule an interview, please contact the Louise Pettus Archives at 803/323-2334 or archives@winthrop.edu. 6


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1 Joynes Hall and the Inn at Winthrop 2 Byrnes Auditorium 3 Bancroft Hall 4 Margaret Nance Hall 5 Tillman Hall 6 McLaurin Hall 7 President’s House 8 Rutledge Building 9 Roddey Apartments 10 Johnson Hall 11 Courtyard at Winthrop 12 Winthrop Facilities Management Office 13 Winthrop Operations 14 Lois Rhame West Health, Physical Education and Wellness Center 15 McBryde Hall 16 DiGiorgio Campus Center 17 Crawford Building 18 Glenda Pittman and Charles Jerry Owens Hall 19 Kinard Hall 20 Central Energy Plant 21 Conservatory of Music 22 Little Chapel 23 Sims Science Building 24 Dalton Hall 25 Wofford Hall 26 Richardson Hall 27 Thomson Hall 28 Vivian Moore Carroll Hall 29 Macfeat House 30 Thurmond Building 31 Lee Wicker Hall 32 Phelps Hall 33 Stewart House 34 Student Activity Center 35 Withers/W.T.S. Building 36 Ida Jane Dacus Library 37 Dinkins Hall 38 Good Building 39 Sykes House 40 Sellers House 41 Canterbury House 42 Parker Building 43 Workman Building 44 Louise Pettus Archives 45 The Olde Stone House 46 Tennis Complex 47 Winthrop Coliseum 48 Winthrop Ballpark 49 Wetlands Research Area 50 The Shack 51 Ropes Course 52 Golf Course 53 Eagle Field (soccer) 54 Irwin Belk Track 55 Recreational Sports Field 56 Softball Complex Maps are not to scale

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Important Information Stop by… Winthrop Bookstore

in the DiGiorgio Center Get the latest Winthrop gear. Friday 8:30 a.m. – 8 p.m. and Saturday 11 a.m. – 6 p.m.

DiGiorgio Center Friday 8 a.m. – 11 p.m. and Saturday 11 a.m. – 11 p.m.

Einstein Bros. Bagels

in the DiGiorgio Center Friday 8 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Starbucks

in the DiGiorgio Center Friday 7:30 a.m. – 11 p.m. and Saturday 11 a.m. – 11 p.m.

Markley’s at the Center Food Court

in the DiGiorgio Center Friday 10:30 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. and Saturday 11:30 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.

Friday 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. and Saturday 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Winthrop University Galleries

Classes of ’52, ’57 and ‘67 The Hilton Garden Inn 650 Tinsley Way Rock Hill, SC 803/325-2800

Check out student art or featured exhibitions. Friday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. and Saturday Noon – 4 p.m.

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The following hotels have special Homecoming and Reunion rates. Alumni not in a reunioning class may stay at any hotel. Simply call and indicate that you are Winthrop alum to get the special rate.

Classes of ’42, ’47 and ‘62 The Hampton Inn 2111 Tabor drive Rock Hill SC 803/325-1100

Louise Pettus Archives & Special Collections

Take a dip in the pool, walk the indoor track or lift weights. Friday 6:30 a.m. – 9 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.

Hotels

Thomson Café in Thomson Hall Friday – Lunch 11:00am – 2:00pm and Dinner 4:00pm – 7:00pm Saturday – Hot Breakfast 8:30 – 10 a.m., Continental Breakfast 10 – 11:30 a.m., Lunch 11:30 a.m. – 2 p.m., Dinner 5 – 7 p.m.

Class of ‘72 Wingate by Wyndham 760 Galleria Blvd Rock Hill SC 803/324-9000 Class of ’77 TownePlace Suites by Marriott 2135 Tabor Drive Rock Hill Sc 803/327-0700


2012 Winthrop Alumni Reunion REGISTRATION FORM ATTENDEE INFORMATION Please print your name and information clearly in the space provided below. First name___________________________________ Middle name__________________________ Last name___________________________________ Maiden name___________________________________________________________________________ Winthrop class year_____________________ Print your name as it should appear on your name tag___________________________________________________________________________ Address_______________________________________ City______________________________ State_______________ ZIP code___________________ Home phone_________________________________________ Mobile phone_____________________________________________________________ Preferred email________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Employer_____________________________________________________________________ Job title_________________________________________ Employer address_________________________________________ City_____________________________________________ State_______________

Cut along dotted line, letter fold and place into an envelope along with remittance.

Employer ZIP code___________________________________________________ Work phone______________________________________________

GUEST INFORMATION Please print the name of your spouse and/or guests clearly below. First name________________________________ Maiden name_______________________________ Last name________________________________ City_____________________________________________ State_____________________ Winthrop class year (if applicable)____________________

First name________________________________ Maiden name_______________________________ Last name________________________________ City_____________________________________________ State_____________________ Winthrop class year (if applicable)____________________

EVENT REGISTRATION Number Attending Total Class of 1962 50th Reunion PRICE 50th reunion weekend package $50 per person __________ = __________ Class of 1962 dinner guest $30 per person __________ = __________ Mini-Tatler only-I cannot attend $15 per book __________ = __________ 50th reunion package includes the Awards Ceremony, class photo, 50th class reception and dinner, charm, souvenir gifts, and a copy of the Mini-Tatler. See class letter for details. Class Reunion Packages Reunion weekend package for ’37, ’42, ’47, ’52, ’57, ’67, ’72, ’77. $25 per person __________ = __________ Reunion weekend package includes the Alumni Awards Ceremony, class photo, and souvenir gifts, but excludes class parties. See class letter for details. À la Carte Reunion Events Friday, November 9 Alumni Reunion Happy Hour for ’82, ’87, ’92, ’97, ’02, ’07. All classes welcome. $10 per person __________ = __________ Includes heavy hors d’oeuvres and souvenir gifts for classes listed. Cash bar available. Saturday, November 10 Alumni Awards Ceremony $15 per person __________ = __________ SUBTOTAL __________ = __________ Please contact the Morgan-Holcombe Alumni Center at (800) 578-6545 or wualumni@winthrop.edu if you require accommodations for disability needs or if you have food allergies or other dietary restrictions.

PAYMENT OPTIONS Check enclosed (payable to Winthrop Alumni Association) Please bill my credit card:

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Please return form and payment by October 1, 2012. Mail: Winthrop University Morgan-Holcombe Alumni Center 206 Tillman Hall Rock Hill, SC 29733

You may also register online at: www.winthropalumni.com/homecoming


Open House Take a walk down memory lane. Walk2Campus offers two great choices for off-campus living: our newly renovated homes and community style apartment living at CampusWalk. Stop by the Walk2Campus open house at 515 Ebenezer to tour one of these great homes, 1 - 2:30 p.m. on Saturday, November 10. 515 Ebenezer is home to the Delta Zeta sorority chapter house. Walk2Campus is the convenient, affordable choice for Winthrop students who want to live off campus. Stop by and check them out!

The Morgan-Holcombe Alumni Center Rock Hill, SC 29733

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2012 Homecoming and Alumni Reunion Brochure