Some very good news: Our 30th reunion is officially a go for May 26-29 in person, on campus, and you can now register to join us. We’re so excited to welcome you back after these extraordinary five years.
We’re planning for a joyous, easygoing, thought-provoking, inclusive and interactive weekend, starting with an informal get-together Thursday night and ending with a relaxed goodbye breakfast Sunday.
Along with Yale’s slate of faculty lectures, the weekend will feature our own class-specific talks and activities about where we are, what we’re looking for and what we’ve learned about life in our 50s. We’ll hear from classmates and the scholar who leads Yale’s “Life Worth Living” program. Outside the classroom, we’re also exploring a the possibility of doing a community service project in New Haven (if you’re interested, please let us know at Yale92Reunion@gmail.com).
Of course, there will be plenty of socializing under our tent in Branford College, where classmate DJs have kindly agreed to return for a dance party after our Class Dinner on Saturday night.
Now, all we need is you.
So please register as soon as possible (if you’d like a room on campus, book it at the same time). Financial assistance is available for any classmate who needs it; just email our Yale Alumni Association liaison, Janet Cappiello,
If you have any questions, we’re at Yale92Reunion@gmail.com.
We can’t wait to see you.
Joe Fulwiler (JE), John Lucas (PC) and Jenn Peltz (SM)