Stop by to check in, say hello, ask questions, and let us help! Campus rooms are available. 25th Reunion headquarters in Dwight Hall will be open as follows:
Thursday: 1 pm - midnight
Friday & Saturday: 7 am - midnight
Sunday: 8 am - 2 pm
OK, it's called Wall Street Pizza now, but where could be better to kick things off Thursday night? Please come join friends and classmates from 7pm-9pm to have a slice or two and see if any of your old favorite songs are still on the jukebox.
Plan to meet your friends at Mory’s, the place to be Thursday night as the doors are thrown open to all returning alumni! Complimentary food, impromptu singing and camaraderie from 9 pm to midnight.
Rows of empty seats in classrooms across campus await your arrival for our many lectures on Friday and Saturday mornings. This morning we will feature some of Yale's most distinguished faculty members in two time slots, from 9 - 10 am, and from 10:30 - 11:30 am. A number of tours and open houses are also offered.
Meet up with friends and classmates at the our first official Class of 1992 25th Reunion meal.
Under the tent on Old Campus.
A panel of classmates facilitated by Naunihal Singh
Debates about campus discourse have roiled colleges and universities across the nation, including Yale and many others. How can schools foster civil discourse and create campus communities that welcome divergent views and facilitate dissent? How can schools ensure that students expose themselves to a broad array of perspectives to enhance their understanding of the complex issues of today's world? How are those priorities balanced against the desire to guard against hate speech and other forms of bigotry?
A panel of classmates facilitated by Adam Moore
Each year brings new technology, new social media platforms, and new complexities to raising children. How can parents help children learn to use technology wisely, while guarding against some of the problems and pitfalls that technology use can bring? How can parents manage the ever-increasing role of social media in the lives of younger and younger children, while maintaining healthy limits and protections? And how can parents balance tweens' and teens' desire for privacy with their own desire to monitor and protect?
Deborah Banner, PhD -- middle and high school English teacher
Lisa Damour, PhD -- psychologist and author
Olutoyin Fayemi, MD -- pediatrician
The evening begins with a reception for all classes. Enjoy samples of a variety of wines, as well as cheese and fruit, in a beautiful and historic Yale setting. Find your friends by looking for your residential college flag.
Open bar under the tent on Old Campus.
What's better than before-and after drinks? Nothing... except Global Flavors Buffet, of course!
Under the tent on Old Campus.
That's right, we used an apostrophe! Sit back and relax all night long under the tent on Old Campus.
Bar closes at 1 am.
Come on a remarkable and surprising journey of self-discovery into your own subconscious and unconscious, the source of most of our patterns and behaviours. Using ancient wisdom with proven techniques, you will be able to balance the masculine and feminine aspects of yourself, transform limiting self beliefs and negative conditioning, and seed the archetypal qualities we all need to reach our optimal potential.
Start your Saturday morning (weather permitting) with some gentle stretching and breathing exercises, and get your body feeling "yoga good" for a busy day of reunion activities! This is a mixed-level class featuring modifications for all levels of ability, so whether you have been practicing for years or have never touched a yoga mat, everyone can have an enjoyable experience in this class. Please wear comfortable, loose-fitting clothing. No previous yoga experience necessary; children and all ages welcome.
Grab some coffee, tea and breakfast under the tent on Old Campus before heading out for Saturday's activities.
Here's your chance to enjoy again the extraordinary opportunities available at Yale! There are two "course times," 9 am and 10:30 am. Learn or do something wonderful this morning!
Come join your classmates for a Barbeque on Old Campus. Try the Baja Bar, the Pulled Pork, Quinoa Burger, with salads and lots of other treats - plus beer and wine.
The AYA invites you to our Family Festival at Payne Whitney Gym! Kids will love discovering our selection of inflatable attractions, including a climbing wall and giant slide, plus a photo booth, carnival games, safari animal rides, and more! (Children must be accompanied by a parent.)
In the 25 years since our graduation, Samantha Power (SY92) has had a unique view of some of the world's most pressing challenges. First, as a journalist and academic, she was a witness to genocide in the former Yugoslavia, chronicling its awful history in her Pulitzer Prize winning book, "A Problem from Hell: America and the Age of Genocide." Later, she would become a champion of human rights, as President Obama's Senior Director for Multilateral Affairs and Human Rights, and then US Ambassador to the United Nations. In those positions, she was central to decision-making on US intervention in Libya and the US response to the Arab Spring.
In this discussion, led by CNN Chief National Security Correspondent Jim Sciutto (PC92), Samantha will share her personal experiences of the principal foreign policy challenges of the last decade, including how her time at Yale prepared her for it all. We'll also ask her expert view of the myriad challenges facing the US today, in a time that many describe as the most dangerous and unpredictable as any since World War II.
Join us to hear short reflections from classmates on pivotal moments, amusing developments and unexpected turns in their lives.
President Peter Salovey welcomes you back to campus, offering his review of Yale today.
After President Salovey’s update, join singers from all classes for a jamboree celebrating Yale’s incredible musical tradition. Alumni from the Glee Club and Whiffenpoof and Whim ’n Rhythm alumni groups, conducted by Glee Club alumna Stephanie Tubiolo '14. MMus '16, will perform Yale favorites from many generations, concluding with a rousing rendition of “Bright College Years.” (The Glee Club rehearsal for the Celebration will take place at 10:30 am Saturday morning as part of "Morning at Yale." All singers are welcome!)
Join us on beautiful Beinecke plaza for drinks.
Rain location under the tent on Old Campus.
Remember what it was like to eat in Commons? The Christmas Dinner? "Breads of Many Lands" at lunch? Running to catch “speed line” because you slept through breakfast? Well, now you can relive all those moments, and more, in one fabulous meal! Stroll in from the Plaza and join your classmates for an unforgettable dinner.
Please note that in our pre-reunion survey, classmates voted for casual attire for our Class Dinner, so come as you are – casual is fine, more dressed up is fine too if that's your preference.
After dinner, come back to the tent on Old Campus and party like it's 1992! Classmates Marco Davis, Michael Hecht and Rich Lyn-Cook will be our DJs for the night and there will be an open bar until 1am.
Grab a quick cup of coffee or tea before going on to Commons for breakfast.
Enjoy memories of Commons and a final gathering with friends at this delicious breakfast for all classes, featuring muffins, coffee cake, bagels, oatmeal, grits, Belgian waffles, eggs, French toast, potatoes, bacon, sausage, fruit, coffee, tea and juices. We promise you won't go home hungry!
Please join us for a non-denominational service remembering our deceased classmates.
Join Yale’s ecumenical Christian community for Sunday worship, which will include an alumni preacher from one of the reunion classes, prayers for alumni who have died, and wonderful music and liturgy. Battell Chapel Choir and Student Deacon alumni especially invited.