Football tickets for reunion group seating are available for purchase exclusively on the official website of Army West Point Athletics by clicking here. You must purchase your tickets by Friday, June 23, 2023 to guarantee seating with the Class.
Your class representative requested a block of seats in the West Sideline of Michie Stadium (Sections 8 & 9) for your class. The new software seats you automatically to fill out the section. Persons with season tickets or another type of ticket package can exchange their game tickets for tickets in the reunion area at no extra charge (contact the Army Ticket Office to arrange an exchange). If you wish to sit with a specific fellow graduate(s), be sure to place your orders together (one person purchases that block of seats and you would make arrangements to pay back that person).
Fall 2021 Reunion classes are invited to a special virtual event on Saturday, October 2, 2021. We hope you will participate and please know we remain committed to hosting your on-campus reunion at a future date.
Development Liaisons work closely with fundraising volunteers, helping classes build a lasting legacy at HBS through broad based class participation in reunion gift campaigns. If you have questions about reunion fundraising or would like to volunteer on your class gift committee, please contact: Development Office, 877.GIVE.TO.HBS
On arrival at HBS, graduates attending their reunion will register/check in at Klarman Hall. Klarman Hall is the hub for information about the Commencement and where graduates pick up their regalia (if ordered through Harvard COOP) and wrist bands for the HBS events.
This event is open to graduates and their guests from the Classes of 2020 and 2021. No tickets required. Because of proximity to the Boston Calling music festival, ALL attendees will be required to wear a wristband while attending the HBS events. Graduates will receive wristbands at check-in for their reunion or commencement events at Klarman Hall starting Saturday, May 28th. Wristbands are required to enter and for access to food and beverages.
The 1997 TV production of Rodgers & Hammerstein's Cinderella, starring Brandy and the late Whitney Houston, has set a 25th anniversary reunion special for ABC-TV's 20/20, airing August 23 during Disney's World Princess Week. The one-hour-long event will feature original cast members Brandy and Whoopi Goldberg, Paolo Montalban, Victor Garber, Bernadette Peters, Jason Alexander, Veanne Cox, along with Billy Porter, Todrick Hall, Jade Jones, and more reflecting on the impact of the movie musical. The special will be followed by the first broadcast TV airing of the film in more than two decades.
This week, the seasoned reunion host confirmed that he will be sitting down with the family at the upcoming KUWTK reunion which is "coming soon." "The ultimate FaceTime to announce the ULTIMATE #KUWTKReunion hosted by me! Which moment from all 20 Seasons of @kuwtk on @eentertainment do you want to see the family discuss?" Andy shared on Twitter. "I'm all ears."
For this 20 year high school reunion I thought if I could get a good group of core friends to go, what could be the harm. If nothing else, it would be a great opportunity to get dressed up, eat a fine meal and hang out with the people who I still kept in touch with.
We ended up with a group of about 8 core friends to attend the 20 year high school reunion, I felt safe with that. At least one of them should be easy to locate in a crowded room if I needed a friendly face.
The best thing my class did was organize a pre-reunion get together at a local bar. It was a great opportunity to be reacquainted with people on a smaller scale. Thanks to the wonders of Facebook and I guess different search engines that allow you to search for people using very little information, there were about 40 of the 250 classmates that showed up to the day before party. Fun!
The first tip is to realize that you are not the only one who is nervous! Just about everyone I spoke to had some sort of fear or anxiety associated with attending the reunion. You are all in the same boat.
The Army War College Foundation typically organizes 20-year class reunions annually at Carlisle Barracks. Scheduled activities can include a USAWC briefing, tours of the Carlisle Barracks grounds, a visit to the Army Heritage and Education Center, seminar dinners, and a visit to the Gettysburg National Military Park.
Reunions are an important part of the U.S. Naval Academy Alumni Association & Foundation (USNA AA&F) mission of helping Academy alumni, family and friends maintain lifetime connections to the Academy, its traditions and each other. We are happy to help classes plan their reunions in any way that we can. Wendy Owen, Director of Alumni Class Programs, is standing by to assist with reunion planning from your first reunion committee meeting to the final execution of your events. Please contact Wendy at 410-295-4017 or send an email to start your planning now!
It's reunion time in the OC! After a season of seemingly nothing but rumors and drama surrounding Brooks and his fake cancer, the 'Wives sat down with Andy Cohen on a soundstage set somewhere in California to rehash the most controversial season yet in Orange County. Thankfully, and somewhat surprisingly, we were spared any mention of Brooks, PET scans or the dreaded "c" word during Part 1, which focused instead on much of what happened towards the beginning of the season. As I did with RHONY, I'll split up the three-part reunion by package and topic of conversation. First, let's break down the seating on the couches and the Housewives' reunion looks...
Seating is a little tricky when there are only five women in the main cast, as there are significantly fewer arrangement options than say, the eight 'Wives in NYC. In fact, as the season raced on part of me wondered if the reunion would simply be 4 on 1, with Vicki on one side of Andy and the rest of the women on the other. Ultimately, the seating chart Bravo decided on - with Vicki and Heather on the left couch and Shannon, Tamra and Megan on the right - was one of the only arrangements that could've worked. The only other option would've been for Tamra and Heather to trade places, but Tammy Sue had much too significant a season to be relegated to the end of a couch.
Vicki and Shannon are the natural, right picks for the hot seats next to Andy considering that they ended the season at each other's throats with their friendship having self-destructed in a kamikaze of betrayal and hurt feelings. So yes, the seating makes sense. However, my biggest disappointment is that it's honestly not all that different from where the ladies sat last season. Vicki and Tamra have basically traded places, Lizzie's been traded out for Meghan and Shannon and Heather are in the exact same spots they occupied at the reunion for Season 9. It would've been downright revolutionary had production merely switched the couches, with two women on the right and three on the left. I guess the more things change in the OC, the more they stay the same. 041b061a72