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Registration 2014

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Register online now.

You may also register or pick up your packets:
Thursday – noon to 5 p.m. at the Alumni House
Friday – 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. at the Alumni House
Saturday – 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. in the Sunken Garden
Event prices will increase by $5 per person on Oct. 10.

Accommodations 2014

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The W&M Alumni Association has arranged for the following hotel special discounts for homecoming.


Fairfield Inn & Suites Williamsburg

Offering rooms with two double beds for $109 per night.

For reservations, call 1-888-236-2427 or 757-645-3600 and identify yourself as being with the W&M Alumni Association Homecoming Group with the group code W&M Homecoming.

This offer is available until September 16. This offer is recommended for the Class of 2004.


Hilton Garden

Offering rooms with two double beds for $139 per night.

For reservations, call 757-253-9400 and identify yourself as being with the W&M Alumni Association Homecoming Group with the group code W&M Homecoming.

This offer is available until September 16. This offer is recommended for the Class of 1979.


Kingsmill

Rooms start at $129 per night (based on a three night stay).

For reservations, call 800-832-5665 or go to the website here.

This offer is recommended for the Class of 1994.


Residence Inn

Offering rooms at $115 per night for a Studio room; $115 per night for a one bedroom suite; $169 per night for a two bedroom suite.

For reservations, call 757-941-2000 and identify yourself as being with the W&M Alumni Association Homecoming Group with the group code W&M Homecoming.

This offer is available until September 16. This offer is recommended for the Class of 1999.


SpringHill Suites

Offering rooms at $99 per night for a Studio room; $119 per night for a bedroom with two queens; $199 per night for a corner junior suite.

For reservations, call 757-941-3000 and identify yourself as being with the W&M Alumni Association Homecoming Group with the group code W&M Homecoming.

This offer is available until September 15. This offer is recommended for the Class of 1984.


Westgate Resort

More information will be provided on Westgate Resort when it is available.

This offer is recommended for the Class of 2009.


Williamsburg Lodge

Prices start at $226 per night.

For reservations, call 800-261-9530 and identify yourself as being with the W&M Alumni Association Homecoming Group with the group code 26468.

This offer is available until September 19. This offer is recommended for the Classes of 1969 and 1989.


Woodlands Hotel & Suites

Offering rooms at $135 per night for a guestroom; $164 per night for a suite.

For reservations, call 800-261-9530 and identify yourself as being with the W&M Alumni Association Homecoming Group with the group code 26468.

This offer is available until September 19. This offer is recommended for the Classes of 1974.



Call the Alumni Association Events Office at 757-221-1184 for more information on homecoming accommodations.

Homecoming Football Game 2014

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TRIBE VS. VILLANOVA

Saturday, October 18 – 3:30 p.m.
Zable Stadium

To purchase tickets for this event, please click here to go to the W&M Athletic department website.

 


 

Watch the Homecoming Game with your Local Chapter

 

Join local alumni chapters for a watch party of the W&M 2014 Homecoming Game where the Tribe will take on the Wildcats of Villanova University! Get ready to break out your Green & Gold when the parties are announced closer to Homecoming.

Registration 2014

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Register online now.

You may also register or pick up your packets:
Thursday – noon to 5 p.m. at the Alumni House
Friday – 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. at the Alumni House
Saturday – 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. in the Sunken Garden
Event prices will increase by $5 per person on Oct. 10.

Accommodations 2014

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The W&M Alumni Association has arranged for the following hotel special discounts for homecoming.


Fairfield Inn & Suites Williamsburg

Offering rooms with two double beds for $109 per night.

For reservations, call 1-888-236-2427 or 757-645-3600 and identify yourself as being with the W&M Alumni Association Homecoming Group with the group code W&M Homecoming.

This offer is available until September 16. This offer is recommended for the Class of 2004.


Hilton Garden

Offering rooms with two double beds for $139 per night.

For reservations, call 757-253-9400 and identify yourself as being with the W&M Alumni Association Homecoming Group with the group code W&M Homecoming.

This offer is available until September 16. This offer is recommended for the Class of 1979.


Kingsmill

Rooms start at $129 per night (based on a three night stay).

For reservations, call 800-832-5665 or go to the website here.

This offer is recommended for the Class of 1994.


Residence Inn

Offering rooms at $115 per night for a Studio room; $115 per night for a one bedroom suite; $169 per night for a two bedroom suite.

For reservations, call 757-941-2000 and identify yourself as being with the W&M Alumni Association Homecoming Group with the group code W&M Homecoming.

This offer is available until September 16. This offer is recommended for the Class of 1999.


SpringHill Suites

Offering rooms at $99 per night for a Studio room; $119 per night for a bedroom with two queens; $199 per night for a corner junior suite.

For reservations, call 757-941-3000 and identify yourself as being with the W&M Alumni Association Homecoming Group with the group code W&M Homecoming.

This offer is available until September 15. This offer is recommended for the Class of 1984.


Westgate Resort

More information will be provided on Westgate Resort when it is available.

This offer is recommended for the Class of 2009.


Williamsburg Lodge

Prices start at $226 per night.

For reservations, call 800-261-9530 and identify yourself as being with the W&M Alumni Association Homecoming Group with the group code 26468.

This offer is available until September 19. This offer is recommended for the Classes of 1969 and 1989.


Woodlands Hotel & Suites

Offering rooms at $135 per night for a guestroom; $164 per night for a suite.

For reservations, call 800-261-9530 and identify yourself as being with the W&M Alumni Association Homecoming Group with the group code 26468.

This offer is available until September 19. This offer is recommended for the Classes of 1974.



Call the Alumni Association Events Office at 757-221-1184 for more information on homecoming accommodations.

Homecoming Football Game 2014

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TRIBE VS. VILLANOVA

Saturday, October 18 – 3:30 p.m.
Zable Stadium

To purchase tickets for this event, please click here to go to the W&M Athletic department website.

 


 

Watch the Homecoming Game with your Local Chapter

 

Join local alumni chapters for a watch party of the W&M 2014 Homecoming Game where the Tribe will take on the Wildcats of Villanova University! Get ready to break out your Green & Gold when the parties are announced closer to Homecoming.

Parade 2014

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The Parade begins on Prince George Street at 4:30 p.m. on Friday.

What is the parade route?
The parade begins at the corner of North Boundary Street and Richmond Road, proceeds along Richmond Road, turns onto Dillard Drive, continues along Ukrop Way and circles William & Mary Hall.

Do the reunion classes have places where they can gather to watch the parade as a group?
Yes, find the gathering spot for your class year on this map. (No registration is required for the reunion class parade watches.)

Can I watch the parade online?
Yes, the parade will be streamed live. Please check back closer to the date to receive the link for our live stream.

How do students apply to participate in the parade?
All student groups can apply here.

Can my club/organization receive financial assistance to participate in the Parade?
Yes, we have Parade Grants for those students who will need financial assistance. Parade participants who will be building floats, will receive up to $100, while walking groups will receive up to $50. All student parade participants who are approved for Parade Grants will have to purchase their items up front and will receive a reimbursement after the Parade. All receipts will be required to be turned in within the week of the Homecoming Parade.

Apply for a Student Parade Grant here. If you have any questions regarding the form, please contact Megan Taylor at mctaylor01@wm.edu. Submissions are due by Friday, September 26, 2014 at 5:00 p.m.

How do alumni or community members apply to participate in the parade?
Alumni or community members can apply here. If you have any questions regarding the form, please contact Megan Taylor at mctaylor01@wm.edu. Submissions are due by Wednesday, October 1, 2014 at 5:00 p.m.

Are there prizes for winners of the Parade?
Yes! The W&M Alumni Association offers prizes for both student groups and alumni/community groups. The prizes are as follows:

Float Groups Prizes (students only):
1st Place- $1500.00
2nd Place-$750.00
3rd Place- $250.00

Marching Groups Prizes (students only):
1st Place- $750.00
2nd Place-$500.00
3rd Place- $200.00

Alumni/Community Prizes (non-student entries):
1st place – $500.00
2nd place – $350.00
3rd place – $150.00

*Any group can qualify for the Spirit Award- $1000.00

Where does the parade begin?
The parade begins at the corner of North Boundary Street & Richmond Road.

Where does the Parade end?
The parade ends at the William & Mary Hall parking lot located between McClurg Drive and Compton Drive. There will be dumpsters available for Parade Participants to break down their floats or throw away trash.

Where is parade check-in?
All parade participants must check-in with Alumni Association staff on North Boundary Street at their assigned time. Due to road blocks, participants will only be able to get to the check-in location by driving from Lafayette Street onto North Boundary Street.
Once you have arrived at the North Boundary Street check-in location and been given permission to proceed to the parade line-up, a volunteer will then officially check you in at your line-up spot.

Does the Alumni Association provide any funding for parade participants?
Yes! The Alumni Association provides funding assistance to student parade participants only. Students interested in funding assistance, will need to apply for a parade grant online.

If I am a walking/marching group where can I park on campus?
For full details of where parking is allowed on campus, please visit www.wm.edu/parkingservices. If you are a participant in the parade, you will be allowed to park in the large William & Mary Hall parking lot located between McClurg Drive and Compton Drive from 3 – 6 p.m.

If I am dropping off participants of the parade in a bus or another larger vehicle, where will I go?
The drop off location for parade participants is on North Boundary Street near the Williamsburg Library. Vehicles dropping off participants will then be directed back onto Lafayette Street through the library parking lot to buy xanax online.

General Information 2014

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General Information

Pre-Registration: The deadline to register for Alumni Association events is Oct. 9. Prices for Homecoming events will increase by $5 per person per event as of Friday, Oct. 10. Your space at an event is not guaranteed until a confirmation has been received from the Alumni Association.
NOTE: Event tickets are NOT  mailed.

Cancellation Policy: You may receive a full refund if you cancel on or before Oct. 9, 2014. No refunds will be made after Oct. 10, 2014.

PACKET PICKUP: Pre-registered attendees can pick up their registration packet during the hours listed below. Registration packets are only available for those who are attending an Alumni Association registered event.

THURSDAY, NOON-5 P.M.             ALUMNI HOUSE, POLLARD ROOM
If you are registered for the OWJ cocktail reception, you may pick up your registration packet at the Alumni House up-to one hour before the event or at the Wren Building, Great Hall upon arrival for the event.

FRIDAY, 8 A.M.-9 P.M.
                     ALUMNI HOUSE, POLLARD ROOM
If you are registered for the Olde Guarde Luncheon, you may pick up your registration packet at the Alumni House up-to one hour before the event or at Trinkle Hall upon arrival for the event.

SATURDAY, 9 A.M.-10 P.M.             SUNKEN GARDEN/JAMES BLAIR HALL

 

GIFT SHOP HOURS

Thursday, 8 a.m.5 p.m.
Friday, 8 a.m. 10 p.m.
Saturday, 8 a.m.6 p.m.
Sunday, 8:30 a.m. 1 p.m.
Alumni House, First Floor

 

TRANSPORTATION

By Train: Amtrak serves the Williamsburg Transportation Center (WTC) with a connecting train from Washington, D.C.

By Plane: Norfolk, Newport News and Richmond International Airports are all close to the College.

By Car: From I-64, take Exit 238. Take a left at the end of the exit ramp. At the second set of lights (Route 132) turn right. Turn right again at the next set of lights (Route 60 Bypass). Follow Bypass Road to where it ends and intersects with Richmond Road. At the light, turn left onto Richmond Road. At the third set of lights, you will see the Alumni House on the right. The Alumni House is located across the street from One Tribe Place (formerly known as the Hospitality House) and next to William & Mary’s Zable Stadium.

Parking: There is limited 15-minute temporary parking and handicap parking near the Alumni House on Thursday and Friday. The parking lot at Phi Beta Kappa Memorial Hall and parking deck on Ukrop Way are available throughout the weekend. Parking at William & Mary Hall is available at a daily rate. For additional information or for handicapped parking information please contact Parking Services at 757.221.4764.

 

WRISTBAND POLICY

Wristbands may be required for access and or service at Alumni Association events.  Regarding the wear and use of wristbands when issued:

  • Wristbands are not transferable.
  • Do not remove your wristband for the duration of the event.
  • If you lose your wristband, replacements are available at the registration site for a $1 fee. However, if your wristband is damaged, bring it with you to registration and a replacement will be provided free of charge. Replacements are limited to one per person
  • Individuals must provide photo ID with proof of age to pick up his/her wristband when consuming alcohol.

Reunion Class Years

Hello Class of 2009! We hope you are as excited as we are for our first big reunion. Its hard to believe its been five years since we graduated! We hope that youve kept William and Mary in your life after graduation, whether it is through keeping in touch with friends, joining an alumni chapter, or visiting Williamsburg. Supporting the College is a great way to ensure future students have as great an experience as you did. With monthly giving an option, contributing is as easy as ever. Please reach out to us for any questions, and thank you for supporting William and Mary!

-Christina Bianchi, Ryan Forster and Eric Scruggs


Missed getting your newsletter highlighting special events for your class? View it online now.

Homecoming Events

Sandy Kelly Tennis Tournament

  • Friday, 10:30a.m. - 1:30p.m.
  • Millie West Tennis Facility
Take on fellow alumni and friends in this mixed double tournament. No partners needed. Prize to winners and runners up. Lunch provided.

Impact Stories

Dakota1
“William & Mary is prestigious and challenging, yet small enough that I feel like I really matter. I’m not just a number in a sea of thousands of students.”

Reunion Class Gift Committee Co-Chairs

  • Christina Bianchi
  • Ryan Forster
  • Eric Scruggs

Reunion Class Gift Committee Members

  • Anne Allen
  • Lara Curtis
  • Kevin Dua
  • Samantha Fien-Helfman
  • Alice Hahn
  • Cody Hill
  • Jenny Huebner
  • Mary Murphy
  • Katie Hidalgo Pierce
  • Andrew Pike
  • Kathryn Wilkerson Pike
  • Ashley Bevis Rector
  • Cabell Rosanelli
  • Ricky Trotman

Staff Contacts

Reunion Class Gift Progress

Goal: $100,000
Percent To Date: 101%
Class Participation: 27%
$100,000
$100,531
Last updated on 09/15/2014
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The Class of 2004 has only gotten better over the previous 10 years. We boast an international professional basketball player, and many filmmakers, professors, lawyers, doctors and political strategists just to name a few. Our 10th reunion is a chance to reconnect with friends, reminisce about the best four years of our lives, and rediscover the Tribe spirit that makes us all great. Take a few minutes to consider what you can do to maintain that wonderful spirit on campus through a pledge to our class gift. Then, book your room, plan your travel, and head to Williamsburg in October. The reunion committee can’t wait to see you all on campus for an amazing 10th reunion on Homecoming Weekend (October 16th – 19th)!

-Jacob Rooksby, Ben Rothermel, Katie O’Neal Sterba and Stacey Busbee Summerfield


Missed getting your newsletter highlighting special events for your class? View it online now.

Homecoming Events

Sandy Kelly Tennis Tournament

  • Friday, 10:30a.m. - 1:30p.m.
  • Millie West Tennis Facility
Take on fellow alumni and friends in this mixed double tournament. No partners needed. Prize to winners and runners up. Lunch provided.

Impact Stories

Dakota1
“William & Mary is prestigious and challenging, yet small enough that I feel like I really matter. I’m not just a number in a sea of thousands of students.”

Reunion Class Gift Committee Co-Chairs

  • Jacob Rooksby
  • Ben Rothermel
  • Katie O'Neal Sterba
  • Stacey Busbee Summerfield

Reunion Class Gift Committee Members

  • Brian Cannon
  • Katie Dahill
  • Chilly Tinaves Goodman
  • Shemeka Hankins
  • Kevin Heraldo
  • Marc Johnson
  • Bonnie Lane
  • Blair Myers McDuff
  • Katie Moore Robbins
  • Beth Plambeck Walk
  • Mitch Walk
  • Katie Webb

Staff Contacts

Reunion Class Gift Progress

Goal: $200,000
Percent To Date: 68%
Class Participation: 22%
$200,000
$136,525
Last updated on 09/15/2014
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Welcome to the reunion website for the last graduating class of the second millennium! It’s been 15 years since we threw our caps in the air and bid farewell to the College, and we’re marking the occasion with a gift. Our goal is to set a new record for class participation, and we can do it with your help. Please consider making a contribution to our effort, no matter how small. Then, book your hotel room and make your plans to join us in Williamsburg for Homecoming Weekend, October 16-19, 2014.

A lot has changed about our beloved alma mater, but the light that has carried her through all the ups and downs of the last 320 years still shines brightly in the Class of 1999. We can’t wait to see you all again!

Tonight, we’re going to party like it’s…

-Brian Diffell, Mark McFadden, Nathan Stump, Margie Marbella Woods


Missed getting your newsletter highlighting special events for your class? View it online now.

Homecoming Events

Sandy Kelly Tennis Tournament

  • Friday, 10:30a.m. - 1:30p.m.
  • Millie West Tennis Facility
Take on fellow alumni and friends in this mixed double tournament. No partners needed. Prize to winners and runners up. Lunch provided.

Impact Stories

Dakota1
“William & Mary is prestigious and challenging, yet small enough that I feel like I really matter. I’m not just a number in a sea of thousands of students.”

Reunion Class Gift Committee Co-Chairs

  • Brian Diffell
  • Mark McFadden
  • Nathan D. Stump
  • Margie Marbella Woods

Reunion Class Gift Committee Members

  • Sarah Denhardt Cissna
  • Meredith McGuire Corsino
  • Dana Horning Crepeau
  • Brooke Geller
  • Eric Haas
  • Kristin Hayes
  • John Henry
  • Rhian L. Horgan
  • Matthew Lambert
  • Cristie Lauranzon Lucas
  • Oz Parvaiz
  • Rachel Pulver Thompson

Staff Contacts

Reunion Class Gift Progress

Goal: $500,000
Percent To Date: 74%
Class Participation: 21%
$500,000
$372,437
Last updated on 09/15/2014
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Greetings Class of 1994! It’s hard to believe that 20 years have passed since we took our last walk through the Wren Building and out into the rest of our lives… Whatever your life since College has been, we hope that William & Mary has maintained a special place in your hearts, and that you are as excited as we are about this tremendous milestone!

To mark our big Reunion, we are asking you to join us in giving back. Your gift, no matter how big or small, will help ensure that The College is able to continue to provide for the generations ahead of us. Every contribution is valued and appreciated!

Homecoming is set for October 16-19, 2014… We hope to see you there – to reminisce, to celebrate, and most of all to share in our love for The College of William & Mary.

Hark upon the gale!

Craig Anzalone & The Class of 1994 Reunion Gift Committee


Missed getting your newsletter highlighting special events for your class? View it online now.

Homecoming Events

Sandy Kelly Tennis Tournament

  • Friday, 10:30a.m. - 1:30p.m.
  • Millie West Tennis Facility
Take on fellow alumni and friends in this mixed double tournament. No partners needed. Prize to winners and runners up. Lunch provided.

Impact Stories

Dakota1
“William & Mary is prestigious and challenging, yet small enough that I feel like I really matter. I’m not just a number in a sea of thousands of students.”

Reunion Class Gift Committee Co-Chairs

  • Craig Anzalone

Reunion Class Gift Committee Members

  • Wasfi Alnabki
  • Brian Baker
  • Stephen Byrd
  • Virginia Marbella Damron
  • Jennifer Corcoran Ford
  • Craig Franco
  • Alice Givens
  • Karen Wehrheim Gring
  • Tim Heath
  • Tracey Landa
  • Jill Lord
  • Heather Maples
  • Steven Newman
  • Christine Petrovits
  • Janet W. Reid
  • Brian Smith
  • Pete Snyder

Staff Contacts

Reunion Class Gift Progress

Goal: $850,000
Percent To Date: 77%
Class Participation: 19%
$850,000
$652,693
Last updated on 09/15/2014
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Less than one month to go until our 25th reunion! We’re expecting a big crowd in Williamsburg October 16-19, and there are many lots of opportunities to gather, reconnect, and celebrate!

  • Friday afternoon to watch the parade on Richmond Road
  • Friday night at the Beer & Wine Fest: craft breweries, local wineries, food trucks by the Alumni House
  • Saturday pre-game tent in the Sunken Garden: Don’t miss it – or our reunion class photo!
  • Tribe football vs. Villanova: 3:30 pm
  • Saturday night Toast to the Freshman Dorms: gather where it all started
  • Saturday night Class of ’89 Mixer at the Wren: beer, wine, apps, and the place to gather! (watch for alternate location in case of bad weather)
  • Saturday night Alumni Bash back in the Sunken Garden: See the Garden transformed into a lounge with Motown music and dancing. House beverages included. Cash bar for premium drinks.

Register today!

Before you come back to W&M, please give back to W&M. In honor of our reunion, we’re raising money for the College through our reunion class gift. We’re well on our way to reaching our goals. (Thank you to those who have already given!) We still need your help to push us over the top. Donations of any size, to any area of the College count. So do pledges (payable through June 2018). Together, we can make a difference at W&M.

Don’t forget that the Freshman Hall Challenge, a friendly contest among the dorms to see which residence hall will have the highest level of participation to our 25th reunion class gift, is going on now. The winner gains bragging rights, undying appreciation from W&M, and maybe even some green and gold bling. Your one donation counts for both. Please give online today.

We look forward to celebrating with you!
If you can’t make it to our reunion, please send Susan susan@rford.net update for Class Notes.

Go Tribe!
Gene Foley, Martha McGlothlin, Amy Smith Jasper, Susan Spagnola Rutherford and John Windt

 

 


Missed getting your newsletter highlighting special events for your class? View it online now.

Homecoming Events

Sandy Kelly Tennis Tournament

  • Friday, 10:30a.m. - 1:30p.m.
  • Millie West Tennis Facility
Take on fellow alumni and friends in this mixed double tournament. No partners needed. Prize to winners and runners up. Lunch provided.

Impact Stories

Dakota1
“William & Mary is prestigious and challenging, yet small enough that I feel like I really matter. I’m not just a number in a sea of thousands of students.”

Reunion Class Gift Committee Co-Chairs

  • Gene Foley
  • Martha McGlothlin
  • Amy Smith Jasper
  • Susan Spagnola Rutherford
  • John Windt

Reunion Class Gift Committee Members

  • Lynne Bushey
  • Sean Connolly
  • Anson E. Christian
  • Kiki Dunton
  • Stephanie Gray
  • John R. Hugill
  • Keith Jasper
  • Dee Dee Vantree-Keller
  • Marnie Mitchell Keogh
  • Jonathan Legg
  • Jennifer Sage Lian
  • Gretchen Hohleweg Lusby
  • Marianne Mannschreck
  • Doug Manya
  • Monty Mason
  • Steven McCleaf
  • Sallie Wellons McOwen
  • Steve McOwen
  • Will Mennen
  • Joe Mondoro
  • Traci Heath Mondoro
  • Delta Pelgrim
  • Robert Pivarnik
  • John Powers
  • Cathy Puskar
  • Catherine Nelson Schlawin
  • Carolyn Lampe Taylor
  • Trish Tobin
  • Shannon Watson
  • Doug Williams

Staff Contacts

Reunion Class Gift Progress

Stretch Goal: $1,400,000
Original Goal: $1,250,000
Percent To Date: 90%
Class Participation: 30%
$1,250,000
$1,400,000
$1,265,494
Last updated on 09/15/2014
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Welcome to the Class of 1984 30th reunion website.  Please check back often to stay up-to-date on 2014 Homecoming weekend events.  Homecoming 2014 falls on the weekend of October 16-19, 2014.  Please mark your calendar, we hope to see many of you in October when we will have the opportunity to reminisce and catch up with our classmates.  Working collaboratively with representatives at the College, the class of 1984 has set reunion goals of $2,000,000 and 38% participation in giving toward our reunion class gift.  Due to the generosity of some of our classmates, we are on our way to achieving our goals.  If you have not made a pledge, we appeal to your sense of generosity so that the College can maintain the high standards we have come to expect from our alma mater.  Go Tribe!

Greg Althans, Caleen Norrod Johnson and Lucy Martin Wysong, Co-Chairs, Class of 1984 Reunion Gift Committee

Check out our class yearbook!


Missed getting your newsletter highlighting special events for your class? View it online now.

Homecoming Events

Sandy Kelly Tennis Tournament

  • Friday, 10:30a.m. - 1:30p.m.
  • Millie West Tennis Facility
Take on fellow alumni and friends in this mixed double tournament. No partners needed. Prize to winners and runners up. Lunch provided.

Impact Stories

Dakota1
“William & Mary is prestigious and challenging, yet small enough that I feel like I really matter. I’m not just a number in a sea of thousands of students.”

Reunion Class Gift Committee Co-Chairs

  • Greg Althans
  • Caleen Norrod Johnson
  • Lucy Martin Wysong

Reunion Class Gift Committee Members

  • Carl Adkins
  • Ron Andrews
  • Lilly Armistead Andrews
  • Joanna Ashworth
  • Janet Rollins Atwater
  • Lorraine Audia
  • Nancy Obadal Bryant
  • George Cruser
  • Mary Obata Forde
  • Diane Broach Forthuber
  • Scott Gehsmann
  • Luanne Spruill Gutermuth
  • JJ Johnson Head
  • Gus Lee
  • Mark Linaugh
  • Barb Jerome Marchbank
  • David Murphy
  • John Ottaway
  • Susan French Owens
  • Mario Shaffer
  • Michelle Albert Vachris

Staff Contacts

Reunion Class Gift Progress

Goal: $2,000,000
Percent To Date: 93%
Class Participation: 33%
$2,000,000
$1,859,265
Last updated on 09/15/2014
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As we celebrate our 35th Reunion, many of us remember the “secret” joys on our beautiful campus: finding the steam tunnels; appreciating the plants in the hothouse atop Millington; reading the “Dear John” letter of the bronze statue of the couple in the woods between the Sunken Garden and Crim Dell.  Many of us also had the privilege of graduating from the College thanks to scholarships and the reasonable tuition available.  We need to continue this great tradition now more than ever.  To remain competitive costs have risen but unfortunately support from the state has dropped from over 45% of the budget in our day to less than 12% today.  The Class of 1979 Reunion Gift goal is $1.5 million and we hope that you will join us in contributing as much as you can over a five year pledge so that the College of William and Mary will continue to produce more graduates worthy of “The Alma Mater of the Nation”.

We also hope to see as many of you as possible at Homecoming, October 16-19, 2014.  It will be a great opportunity to catch up with friends and to see the many changes on campus and in Williamsburg.

Treazure Johnson, Terry Pool, Co-Chairs


Missed getting your newsletter highlighting special events for your class? View it online now.

Homecoming Events

Sandy Kelly Tennis Tournament

  • Friday, 10:30a.m. - 1:30p.m.
  • Millie West Tennis Facility
Take on fellow alumni and friends in this mixed double tournament. No partners needed. Prize to winners and runners up. Lunch provided.

Impact Stories

Dakota1
“William & Mary is prestigious and challenging, yet small enough that I feel like I really matter. I’m not just a number in a sea of thousands of students.”

Reunion Class Gift Committee Co-Chairs

  • Treazure Johnson
  • Terry Pool

Reunion Class Gift Committee Members

  • Karim Ahamed
  • Ann Crossman Berry
  • Mike Bradshaw
  • Emily Yowell Braswell
  • Chris Maher
  • Joe Manderfield
  • Sue Manix
  • Kathy Dalton Mika
  • Sue Snediker Newman
  • Rich Rothschild

Staff Contacts

Reunion Class Gift Progress

Goal: $1,500,000
Percent To Date: 89%
Class Participation: 30%
$1,500,000
$1,340,550
Last updated on 09/15/2014
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Welcome to the Class of 1974 website that will keep us informed about homecoming weekend (October 16-19) and the plans for our upcoming 40th reunion. We hope to see many of you in October so that you have the opportunity to reminisce and catch up with classmates. The 1974 Reunion Gift Committee has been hard at work reaching out to classmates asking for pledges in support of the College’s fund raising efforts. Working collaboratively with representatives at the College, the Committee set our original reunion goal at $7.4 million and set a participation goal of 40%, in honor of our 40th reunion. Due to the generosity of our classmates, we have already raised close to $8.9 million! In comparison, other 5-year reunion Class gifts average $1-2 million. As a Class we have much to be proud of. Participation is increasing and is now at 36% at this late stage of our campaign. We owe much of our own collective successes to the College, and the successes of future classes depend upon our alumni support. To complement our large Class dollar gift, we are also hoping to distinguish our Class through the promotion of a very strong participation rate. Our participation rate for the last 5-year campaign was 36%. If you have not made a pledge, we appeal to your sense of generosity so that the College can maintain the high standards we have come to expect of our alma mater.

Go Tribe!

We only need 34 more donors to get to the goal of 40% PARTICIPATION!

Dave Oelberg, Chair, Class of 1974 Reunion Gift Committee

Check out our class yearbook!


Missed getting your newsletter highlighting special events for your class? View it online now.

Homecoming Events

Sandy Kelly Tennis Tournament

  • Friday, 10:30a.m. - 1:30p.m.
  • Millie West Tennis Facility
Take on fellow alumni and friends in this mixed double tournament. No partners needed. Prize to winners and runners up. Lunch provided.

Impact Stories

Dakota1
“William & Mary is prestigious and challenging, yet small enough that I feel like I really matter. I’m not just a number in a sea of thousands of students.”

Reunion Class Gift Committee Co-Chairs

  • Dave Oelberg

Reunion Class Gift Committee Members

  • Jane Bergman
  • Annie Callaway Davis
  • Craig Dewey
  • Larry Dixon
  • Sheri Elston
  • Rob Estes
  • Jesse Farthing
  • Ginny Wagner Foster
  • Don Garber
  • Barbara Grover
  • Beth Stoneburg Malmquist
  • Melanie Pratt Merriman
  • Joe Montgomery
  • Marsha Montgomery
  • Phil Mott
  • Larry Pulley
  • Ron Risdon
  • John Strom
  • Sara Cheney Strom
  • Deb Jones Traskell
  • Joy Topping Unger
  • Tom Watkins
  • Alicia Cotter Wilson
  • Frank Wood

Staff Contacts

Reunion Class Gift Progress

Stretch Goal: $8,874,000
Original Goal: $7,400,000
Percent To Date: 100%
Class Participation: 37%
$7,400,000
$8,874,000
$8,898,032
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Welcome to the Class of 1969 45th reunion website. Homecoming 2014 is right around the corner – October 16-19 and we hope you’ve already made plans to attend. If you’re making plans now, we want you to know that the Williamsburg Lodge is the recommended hotel for the Class of 1969 to stay – you are bound to be able to meet up with lots of classmates there, so make your plans soon! Your Reunion Gift Committee has already exceeded its goal of $1,000,000 and 42% participation. So, we’ve set a stretch goal of $2,169,000 and 45% participation. So, there’s still time to make your pledge and help us reach our new goal! Here’s hoping we’ll see you in October when we can celebrate and reminisce together. Even if you can’t make it home, we know our entire class will be there in spirit!

Check out our Freshman year Photo Directory publication here.

Go Tribe!  Go Class of 1969!

John Keiter, Gale Gibson Kohlhagen and Art Miller, Co-Chairs, Class of 1969 Reunion Gift Committee

Check out our class yearbook!


Missed getting your newsletter highlighting special events for your class? View it online now.

Homecoming Events

Sandy Kelly Tennis Tournament

  • Friday, 10:30a.m. - 1:30p.m.
  • Millie West Tennis Facility
Take on fellow alumni and friends in this mixed double tournament. No partners needed. Prize to winners and runners up. Lunch provided.

Impact Stories

Dakota1
“William & Mary is prestigious and challenging, yet small enough that I feel like I really matter. I’m not just a number in a sea of thousands of students.”

Reunion Class Gift Committee Co-Chairs

  • John Keiter
  • Gale Gibson Kohlhagen
  • Art Miller

Reunion Class Gift Committee Members

  • Sharon Quillen Adams
  • Al Albert
  • Sally James Andrews
  • Jan Ernstmeyer Brodie
  • Jim Douthat
  • Mike Harding
  • Lynn Howell
  • Ed Kellam
  • George Nance
  • Nancy Hulse Oilver
  • Fred Simpkins
  • Susan Small Spaulding
  • Jim Taylor
  • Lou Tonelson
  • Mary Chris Williams
  • Donnan Chancellor Wintermute
  • Donn Wonnell
  • Demaris (Dwe) Eaton Yearick

Staff Contacts

Reunion Class Gift Progress

Stretch Goal: $2,169,000
Original Goal: $1,000,000
Percent To Date: 100%
Class Participation: 45%
$1,000,000
$2,169,000
$2,169,000
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Thursday, Oct. 16
Friday, Oct. 17
Saturday, Oct. 18
Sunday, Oct. 19
  • Thursday
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  • Friday
    17
  • Saturday
    18
  • Sunday
    19

Order of the White Jacket (OWJ) Annual Meeting

Alumni who worked in food service while at the College

Sadler Center - York Room
Thursday, 1:30 - 2:30p.m.
Free Event, Please Register

Join members of the OWJ Board for their annual board meeting to learn more plans for the 2014-2015 year.

If you would like to join OWJ please visit

http://www.wmalumni.com/event/OWJ_dues-donations.

For more information contact Lisa Von Gehren at lkvongehren@wm.edu or 757.221.6321

OWJ Reception

Wren Building - Great Hall
Thursday, 5:30 - 7:30p.m.
$25 per person

Kick off Homecoming with OWJ at their Annual Reception in the Great Hall. Enjoy hors d'oeuvres and cocktails served by members of OWJ from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. Program and entertainment, 6:30 p.m.

If you would like to join OWJ please visit:

http://www.wmalumni.com/event/OWJ_dues-donations.

For more information contact Lisa Von Gehren at lkvongehren@wm.edu or 757.221.6321

Sandy Kelly Tennis Tournament

Millie West Tennis Facility
Friday, 10:30a.m. - 1:30p.m.
$15 per person

Take on fellow alumni and friends in this mixed double tournament. No partners needed. Prize to winners and runners up. Lunch provided.

For more information contact Leah Reinhardt at lkreinhardt@wm.edu or 757.221.1182

ODK Honorary Initiation Ceremony

Wren Chapel
Friday, 11:30a.m. - 12:30p.m.
Free Event

Initiation ceremony for honorary inductees to Omicron Delta Kappa taking place in the Wren Chapel on Friday, October 17, 2014 at 11:30a.m.

For more information contact Shelley Paulson at studentaffairs@wm.edu or 757.221.1236

Olde Guarde Luncheon

Class year 1964 and earlier

Campus Center - Trinkle Hall
Friday, 11:30a.m. - 2:30p.m.
$30 per person

11:30 a.m. - Reception, 12 p.m. - Luncheon

Come join your fellow Guarde members for an afternoon of food and fellowship. Parking available in the Trinkle Hall lot or the adjacent Colonial Williamsburg lot.

For more information contact Carol Dyke at cadyke@wm.edu or 757.221.1184

W&M Confucius Institute Open House

Rowe House - 314 Jamestown Road
Friday, 1:00 - 5:00p.m.
Free Event

Please join the William & Mary Confucius Institute for our Open House! The WMCI Open House is a great opportunity for you to enjoy a variety of demonstrations in Chinese culture: Interactive Chinese calligraphy, painting, paper folding, paper cutting, chess demonstration; traditional Chinese music performance; tea ceremony. Chinese refreshments and drinks will be provided.

For more information contact Ying Liu at yliu12@wm.edu or 757.221.1350

English Department Open House

Tucker Hall Foyer
Friday, 2:00 - 4:00p.m.
Free Event

Please join the English Department for an Open House to all Alumni, Students, and Families on Friday, October 17, 2014 in the Tucker Hall Foyer from 2p.m. to 4p.m.

For more information contact Jeanne Smith at jnsmith01@wm.edu or 757.221.3903

Anthropology Homecoming Open House

Washington Hall - 1st Floor Lobby
Friday, 2:00 - 5:00p.m.
Free Event

Please join the faculty, staff and graduate students here in the Anthropology Department for our annual Homecoming Open House. A lab will be open with student and faculty hosts so you can share in some of our new and ongoing research projects, and representatives from our Anthropology Club and Graduate Student Collective will also be present to speak with you. Refreshments will be served and we look forward to seeing many of our graduates, both old and new, again this year.

For more information contact Bill Vega at wavega@wm.edu or 757.221.1055

Kinesiology & Health Sciences Open House

Adair Hall
Friday, 2:00 - 4:00p.m.
Free Event

Alumni and friends are invited to an Open House with a tent out front of Adair Hall. Meet faculty and reminisce. Light refreshments will be available.

For more information contact Chris Wilson at cgwils@wm.edu or 757.221.2758

W&M Gay and Lesbian Alumni (G.A.L.A.) John Boswell Memorial Lecture

Blow Memorial Hall - Room 201
Friday, 3:00 - 4:30p.m.
Free Event

Lecture by The Ohio State University Professor Daniel Rivers. Lecture will be followed by a reception.

For more information contact Lisa Von Gehren or Scott Binnings at lkvongehren@wm.edu or wmgala@gmail.com or 757.221.6321 or 202.997.1012

Career Management Center Alumni Program: The Behavioral Job Interview

Hosted by Mason School of Business Alumni Relations

Alan B. Miller Hall
Friday, 3:00 - 4:30p.m.
Free Event, Please Register

Please register here.

Learn more about what's behind this interviewing technique, what your interviewer is seeking to learn, and how to be prepared and relaxed during the process.

For more information contact Kellie Miner at kellie.miner@mason.wm.edu or 757.221.7785

Computer Science Homecoming Open House

McGlothlin-Street Hall Foyer
Friday, 3:00 - 4:30p.m.
Free Event

Please join the Computer Science department for an open house to all alumni, students and families!

For more information contact Dale Hayes at dhhayes@wm.edu or 757.221.3778
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Philosophy Department Open House

James Blair Hall - Room 127
Friday, 3:00 - 4:30p.m.
Free Event

Annual Homecoming Reception for Philosophy Alumni and current Philosophy majors. Please join us in the Frank Mac Donald Memorial Commons Room, on the first floor of James Blair Hall, for conversation and light refreshments.

For more information contact Debbie Wilson at dswils@wm.edu or 757.221.2716

Geology Department Open House

McGlothlin-Street Hall - Room 201
Friday, 3:30 - 5:30p.m.
Free Event

Annual Homecoming Reception for Geology Alumni and current Geology Majors. Please join us in McGlothlin-Street Hall, 2nd Floor, any time between 3:30p.m. and 5:30p.m. on Friday, October 17th, for conversation and light refreshments.

For more information contact Carol Roe at crroex@wm.edu or 757.221.2440

Paul DeBell ’06, PhD Candidate in Government Lecture

"Turning Outrage into Contempt: the Emotional Basis of Democratic Backsliding in Easter Europe"

Blow Memorial Hall - Room 331
Friday, 3:30 - 5:00p.m.
Free Event

The Russian and Post-Soviet Studies Program is happy to present Paul DeBell '06 who will give a talk titled "Turning Outrage into Contempt: the Emotional Basis of Democratic Backsliding in Eastern Europe." This talk is part of the Annual RPSS Homecoming events and is open and free to the public.

For more information contact Bella Ginzbursky-Blum at bbginz@wm.edu or 757.221.2611

Reunion Parade Watches

1969, 1974, 1979, 1984, 1989, 1994, 1999, 2004, 2009, 2014

Along Richmond Road
Friday, 4:00 - 5:30p.m.
Free Event

Gather with your classmates to enjoy this William & Mary tradition, the annual Homecoming parade! The Parade kicks off at 4:30 p.m.

Look for your reunion year sign along Richmond Road. Gathering areas:

Class of 1969 - Sorority Court
Class of 1974 - On the corner of Armistead Avenue near the Theta house
Class of 1979 - In front of Williamsburg Baptist Church
Class of 1984 - In front of Williamsburg Presbyterian Church
Class of 1989 - Manor House
Class of 1994 - Corner of North Boundary and Richmond Road
Class of 1999 - In front of Wawa
Class of 2004 - In front of Blow Memorial Hall
Class of 2009 - In front of the Bozarth house
Class of 2014 - On the corner of the Delly's

Click here to view a campus map.

For more information contact Megan Taylor at mctaylor01@wm.edu or 757.221.1183

Catholic Campus Ministries Parade Watch

Lawn in front of the CCM Chapel - 520 Richmond Road
Friday, 4:00 - 5:30p.m.
Free Event

Join us for a perfect view of the parade and enjoy some food and drink with friends!

For more information contact Anna Sease at asease@bedeva.org or 757.220.1415

Homecoming Parade

Richmond Road
Friday, 4:30 - 5:30p.m.
Free Event

Featuring Grand Marshals Doug Morton ’62 and Marilyn Brown HON ’07, the parade begins at Prince George St. and N. Boundary St., proceeds along Richmond Rd., turns onto Dillard St., and continues past the fraternity complex. This year the theme will be “Conquer the Cats!” as we take on the Villanova Wildcats. Enjoy watching student, alumni and community groups participate in this Homecoming tradition!

For more information contact Megan Taylor at mctaylor01@wm.edu or 757.221.1183
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International Relations Club Alumni Social

Crim Dell Meadow
Friday, 5:00 - 7:00p.m.
Free Event

Join the International Relations Club and Alumni for hors d'oeuvres in the Crim Dell Meadow.

For more information contact Katie Conely at alumni@wmirc.org or 540.446.7253

Pep Rally

Immediately following the Parade

Zable Stadium
Friday, 5:30 - 6:00p.m.
Free Event

Calling all Tribe members to come and support your football team! Let's rally around the players as they gear up to take on the Villanova Wildcats. Also, we will unveil the class representatives for Homecoming. Can't wait to see you there!

For more information contact Leah Reinardt at lkreinhardt@wm.edu or 757.221.1182

Reading Between the Wines

School of Education
Friday, 6:00 - 9:00p.m.
$65 per person

Join Literacy for Life for scrumptious food, delicious wine, exciting live and silent auctions, and a presentation by best-selling author Adriana Trigiani! All 'Reading Between the Wines' event proceeds directly benefit Literacy for Life, a nonprofit organization originally founded by The College of William & Mary, that transforms the lives of adults in our community by improving their literacy skills.

Tickets for 'Reading Between the Wines' are limited, and can be purchased for $65 at www.literacyforlife.org/rbtw. Ticket price includes Adriana's presentation, silent and live auctions, heavy hors d'oeuvres and drinks.

For more information contact Katie Watson at literacyforlife@wm.edu or 757.221.3325

Sunset Ceremony

Wren Courtyard
Friday, 6:00 - 7:30p.m.
Free Event

All alumni, guests, faculty and staff are invited to honor alumni who have passed away during the preceding year.

For more information contact Carol Dyke at cadyke@wm.edu or 757.221.1184

Friday Night Block Party

Featuring a Beer & Wine Festival

Alumni House Front Lawn
Friday, 6:00 - 11:00p.m.
Free Event, Beer & Wine Tasting Ticket $20, Food Trucks are pay-as-you-go

Looking for a great place to meet up with your classmates and friends? Come to the Friday Night Block Party! This year we will be featuring a Virginia Craft Beer & Wine Tasting along with hosting many of the area's favorite food trucks. If you aren't in the mood for tasting make sure you come by to check out the music and great company!

Musical entertainment provided by alumni bands the Dimeslots and Major & the Monbacks.

Pre-registrants for the Beer & Wine Tasting will receive a free Homecoming pint or wine glass.

Full-pour tickets will be available for purchase.

Young Guarde Special
Classes of 2010-2014 Only

$15 per person for Beer & Wine Festival. Must purchase by October 9.

For more information contact Carol Dyke at cadyke@wm.edu or 757.221.1184

School of Business Block Party

Alan B. Miller Hall
Friday, 6:00 - 9:00p.m.
Free Event, Please Register

Please register here.

Join Dean Lawrence Pulley and other Business School alumni for a kick-off block party!

For more information contact Kellie Miner at kellie.miner@mason.wm.edu or 757.221.7785

Shabbat Dinner

Campus Center - Little Theatre
Friday, 6:00 - 8:00p.m.
Free Event, Please Register

This event is limited to 70 guests. RSVP to jwertheim@wmhillel.org to reserve your seat!

Join WM Hillel, the Jewish Student Organization, for a delicious dinner as we joyously welcome the coming of Shabbat.

For more information contact Jonathan Wertheim at jwertheim@wmhillel.org or 631.830.5340

Opening Reception for “Tree to Mountain: The Woodblock Prints of Toshi Yoshida”

Muscarelle Museum of Art - Sheridan Gallery
Friday, 6:00 - 8:00p.m.
Free Event

The Muscarelle Museum of Art welcomes all alumni to attend the opening reception of our faculty and student curated exhibition, Tree to Mountain: The Woodblock Prints of Toshi Yoshida. Visitors will have the opportunity to visit with and celebrate the students from the College enrolled in an upper-level seminar which allowed them to curate this exhibition of prints from the permanent collection of the Muscarelle Museum. Refreshments will be served at the reception and visitors will be able to view all exhibitions on display at the Muscarelle.

For more information contact Christina M. Carroll at cmcarroll@wm.edu or 757.221.2717

1979 Class Mixer and Swem Special Collections Tour

Swem Library - Read & Relax Area
Friday, 6:30 - 9:00p.m.
$15 per person

Gather with your classmates and friends to celebrate your 35th Reunion before heading over to the Friday Night Block Party! Enjoy an exclusive tour of Swem's Special Collections wing.

For more information contact Carol Dyke at cadyke@wm.edu or 757.221.1184

Class of 1974 Mixer

Wren Vista Tent
Friday, 7:30 - 9:00p.m.
$5 per person

Gather with your classmates and friends to celebrate your 40th Reunion before heading over to the Friday Night Block Party!

For more information contact Carol Dyke at cadyke@wm.edu or 757.221.1184

Class of 1984 Mixer

Alumni House Lawn - Richmond Road Tent
Friday, 7:30 - 9:00p.m.
$5 per person

Gather with your classmates and friends to celebrate your 30th Reunion before heading over to the Friday Night Block Party!

For more information contact Carol Dyke at cadyke@wm.edu or 757.221.1184

“Bandemonium”: William & Mary Wind Ensemble Homecoming Concert

Sadler Center - Commonwealth Auditorium
Friday, 8:00 - 9:30p.m.
Free for Students, Alumni & Children 12 and under; $10 General Admission

Join the William & Mary Wind Ensemble, Pep Band and alumni for an evening of fantastic music for band. Hear your favorite Tribe spirit songs from the football field as well as marches, patriotic selections and popular concert band selections. Guest Conductor Dr. David Grandis directs.

For more information contact Dr. Paul Bhasin at pkbhasin@wm.edu or 757.221.1086

Coffee & Conversation with the President

Alumni House - Leadership Hall
Saturday, 9:00 - 10:00a.m.
Free Event, Please Register - Space is Limited

Join W&M's 27th President for casual conversations over coffee and Bloody Mary's.

For more information contact Megan Taylor at mctaylor01@wm.edu or 757.221.1183

Saturday Scholars with Professor Don Rahtz

Alan B. Miller Hall
Saturday, 9:00 - 10:30a.m.
Free Event, Please Register

Please register here.

J.S. Mack Professor Don Rahtz will share some of his expertise in integrated marketing communication programs, marketing research, survey methodology, analysis and market assessment.

For more information contact Kellie Miner at kellie.miner@mason.wm.edu or 757.221.7785

Children’s Author Breakfast – Kid Friendly!

Swem Library - First Floor
Saturday, 9:00 - 11:00a.m.
Free Event, Please Register

Please RSVP to 757.221.7872 or swemrsvp@wm.edu

Join Swem Library for breakfast with Jennifer O'Connell, author of "The Eye of the Whale: A Rescue Story" and "Ten Timid Ghosts." The event will include a presentation from the author and a book signing. Great for children ages 2-12. Free and open to the public! Books will be available for purchase at the event.

For more information contact Mary Schmotzer at mkschmotzer@wm.edu or 757.221.3060

VIMS Kayak Trip

Kayak paddle on Powhatan Creek with guides from Chesapeake Experience and the Virginia Institute of Marine Science

Powhatan Creek - trip leave from EcoDiscovery Park
Saturday, 9:00 - 11:30a.m.
$45 per person

Please register for this event at https://events.wm.edu/event/view/vims/42318

Come join us for a paddle on Powhatan Creek with marine-life experts from W&M's Virginia Institute of Marine Science and from Chesapeake Experience, a local provider of hands-on educational experiences. The quiet, picturesque creek, which flows into the James River and Chesapeake Bay near historic Jamestowne, is home to beautiful bald cypress trees, a wealth of marine life, and a wide variety of birds. Chesapeake Experience - founded by Jill Bieri, who received her Master's degree from the College of William & Mary's School of Marine Science at VIMS in 1992, will provide all gear - including kayak, paddles, and life vests.

For more information contact Adrienne Richardson at Adrienne@chesapeakeexperience.org

Southern Jazz Brunch

Seating begins promptly at 9:30 a.m.

Alumni House Lawn - Festival Tent
Saturday, 9:30 - 11:30a.m.
$30 per person

Start your day off right as you join fellow alumni in the beautifully appointed Festival Tent on the lawn of the W&M Alumni House for a classic mid-morning meal. Enjoy an elaborate selection of traditional breakfast favorites and signature southern dishes. Sip on a mimosa as our local house musicians play a collection of light jazz standards. Enjoy other breakfast libations from our cash bar.

For more information contact Carol Dyke at cadyke@wm.edu or 757.221.1184

G.A.L.A. Foundation Brunch

Wren Building - Great Hall
Saturday, 9:30 - 11:30a.m.
$50 per person
For more information contact Kelly Holdcraft at ksholdcraft@wm.edu or 757.221.1172

The Flat Hat Fogey Fest & Alumni Panel

The Flat Hat office in the basement of the Campus Center
Saturday, 9:30 - 11:30a.m.
Free Event

Join current Flat Hat writers, editors, photographers and staff members for a casual brunch, followed by a panel discussion of alumni careers and steps after their time at the Flat Hat. All alumni are welcome, not just those who have gone on to careers in journalism-related fields.

For more information contact Meredith Ramey at flathat.editor@gmail.com or 703.582.3776

Chemistry Homecoming Reception

Integrated Science Center - 2nd Floor Lobby
Saturday, 10:00a.m. - Noon
Free Event

If you can join us, please try to let us know by October 10 by emailing chemistry@wm.edu or by calling Claudia in the Chemistry office, 757.221.2540. Thanks!

The Chemistry Department is hosting a pre-game reception for Chemistry Graduates and Friends of the department in the Integrated Science Center on Saturday, October 18th, 2014 starting at 10 a.m. in the 2nd Floor Lobby. If you are planning to attend, please try to let us know by October 10th. We look forward to seeing you there!

For more information contact Claudia Smith at chemistry@wm.edu or 757.221.2540

Economics, Government, International Relations and Public Policy Homecoming Brunch

Blow Memorial Hall - Room 201
Saturday, 10:00a.m. - Noon
Free Event

Homecoming Reception for Alumni of the Economics, Government, International Relations and Public Policy serving Brunch and showing a program highlighting the activities of the departments and programs.

For more information contact Val Scura Trovato at vstrov@wm.edu or 757.221.3020

Sociology Open House

Morton Hall - Room 237
Saturday, 10:00a.m. - Noon
Free Event

Homecoming Open House for Alumni of the Sociology Department. Please join us in Morton Hall - Room 237 on Saturday, October 18, 2014 from 10a.m. to noon.

For more information contact Debra Eck at daeckx@wm.edu or 757.221.2610

Chi Omega’s Annual Homecoming Brunch

Chi Omega House - Sorority Court House #3
Saturday, 10:00a.m. - Noon
Free Event

Please join the sisters of the Omicron Beta chapter of Chi Omega for our annual Homecoming Brunch! We look forward to seeing you there!

For more information contact Brianna Coviello at bmcoviello@email.wm.edu or 561.601.5947

Class of 1969 Mixer

Tucker Hall Foyer
Saturday, 10:00 - 11:30a.m.
$5 per person

Gather with your classmates and friends to celebrate your 45th Reunion before heading over to the All-Alumni Tailgate!

For more information contact Carol Dyke at cadyke@wm.edu or 757.221.1184

Class of 1999 Mixer

Wren Vista Tent
Saturday, 10:00 - 11:30a.m.
$5 per person

Gather with your classmates and friends to celebrate your 15th Reunion before heading over to the All-Alumni Tailgate!

For more information contact Carol Dyke at cadyke@wm.edu or 757.221.1184

Class of 2009 Mixer

Alumni House Lawn - Richmond Road Tent
Saturday, 10:00 - 11:30a.m.
$5 per person

Gather with your classmates and friends to celebrate your 5th Reunion before heading over to the All-Alumni Tailgate!

For more information contact Carol Dyke at cadyke@wm.edu or 757.221.1184

Olde Guarde Mixer

Alumni House - Clarke Plaza Tent
Saturday, 10:00 - 11:30a.m.
$5 per person

Gather with your classmates and friends to celebrate before heading over to the All-Alumni Tailgate!

For more information contact Carol Dyke at cadyke@wm.edu or 757.221.1184

Meet the History Faculty Reception

Tyler Family Garden
Saturday, 10:00a.m. - Noon
Free Event

Join current and retired faculty for a reception! Refreshments will be served. If the weather is threatening, please come to Blair Hall, Room 206.

For more information contact Daneene Kelley at dmkelley@wm.edu or 757.221.3770

Classical Studies Homecoming Brunch

Morton Hall - Classical Studies Library, Room 340
Saturday, 10:00a.m. - Noon
Free Event

All Classical Studies alumni, alumnae, family and friends are invited to join us for a light brunch and informal conversations with current and emeritus/emerita faculty members and majors. If you can join us, please contact Joyce by October 10th.

For more information contact Joyce Holmes at jrholm@wm.edu or 757.221.2160

Physics Fest

Small Hall
Saturday, 10:00a.m. - 4:00p.m.
Free Event

Join us in a showcase of the physics research done over in Small Hall. Open to the community, Physics Fest features public lectures, demo shows, a hands-on play room and lab tours. Come sample our famous liquid nitrogen ice cream!

For more information contact Patricia Vahle or Irina Novikova at plvahle@wm.edu or inovikova@physics.wm.edu or 757.221.3559 or 757.221.3693

ENSP Homecoming

Keck Lab
Saturday, 10:00a.m. - Noon
Free Event

Where have all the ENSP students gone? Come back and tell us on Saturday! Meet with friends, faculty and catch up on the program. Paddle Matoaka one more time and set the lake on fire!

For more information contact Randy Chambers at rmcham@wm.edu or 757.221.2331

Spotlight Show Choir Homecoming Performance

Campus Center - Little Theatre
Saturday, 10:00 - 10:45a.m.
Free Event

Come out and see a sampling of Spotlight Show Choir's newest group performance numbers, as well as solos from some of our fantastic members. Seats are limited, so make sure you don't miss out!

For more information contact Haley Gannon at hlgannon@email.wm.edu or 609.571.7961

Breaking Ground: Comtemporary Photography at the College of William & Mary

Andrews Hall
Saturday, 10:00a.m. - Noon
Free Event

Please join us for an exhibition of over 100 contemporary photographic artists from around the world while we celebrate the forthcoming photography program within the Department of Art and Art History at William & Mary! The reception will be catered with food and drink. All are welcome, please bring your family and friends to Andrews Hall.

For more information contact Eliot Dudik at erdudik@wm.edu or 443.340.2604

Gamma Phi Beta Alumni Brunch

Gamma Phi Beta Sorority House - 131 Richmond Road
Saturday, 10:00a.m. - Noon
Free Event

The Alpha Chi chapter of Gamma Phi Beta welcomes back all alumni and their families to an informal brunch, and for the opportunity to meet current sisters and see our new house!

For more information contact Skyler Paltell at slpaltell@email.wm.edu or 443.834.9242

Psychology Alumni Homecoming Brunch

Old Dominion Hall - Lower Level
Saturday, 10:30a.m. - 12:30p.m.
Free Event

The Psychology Department will be hosting a Homecoming Brunch for Psychology Alumni on Saturday, October 18, from 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. The brunch will take place in the Child and Family Studies Center, on the Lower Level of Old Dominion Hall.

For more information contact Tracy Coates at tlcoates@wm.edu or 757.221.3870

Reunion Class Bell Ringing

Wren Building
Saturday, 10:30a.m. - 2:00p.m.
Free Event

Relive your last days of classes by re-ringing the Wren Bell. Bring your family along to join in the tradition!

For more information contact Carol Dyke at cadyke@wm.edu or 757.221.1184

Gymnastics Tailgate

Outside William and Mary Hall, on the Caf. side
Saturday, 11:00a.m. - 6:00p.m.
Free Event - Donations Accepted

Opportunity for alumni gymnasts to catch up with one another and to meet the current gymnastics teams. Children are welcome.

For more information contact Cliff Gauthier or Mary Lewis at cagaut@wm.edu or mklewi@wm.edu or 757.221.3410 or 757.221.3411

Lox ‘n’ Bagels Brunch: A Hillel Open House

Tucker Hall Auditorium
Saturday, 11:00a.m. - Noon
Free Event

Join WM Hillel, the Jewish Student Organization, for its first Homecoming Shabbat Open House from 10 a.m.-Noon. This is a free opportunity for all to schmooze over bagels and lox before the football game.

For more information contact Jonathan Wertheim at jhwertheim@email.wm.edu or 631.830.5340

William & Mary Choir Alumni Reception

Ewell Hall - Room 151
Saturday, 11:00a.m. - 1:00p.m.
Free Event

The current members of the Choir host a reception for current and former members of the W&M Choir to share memories and music during Homecoming weekend. Light refreshments will be provided.

For more information contact Alyssa Melchers at ammelchers@email.wm.edu or 540.597.9578

AXO Alumni Brunch

AXO House
Saturday, 11:00a.m. - 1:00p.m.
Free Event

The sisters of Alpha Chi Omega will be hosting a brunch for all Alumni AXO sisters and those of the Beta Delta chapter!

For more information contact Lucy Holden at laholden@email.wm.edu or 571.730.7795

Wrenstock 2014

Sunken Garden
Saturday, 11:30a.m. - 3:00p.m.
Free Event

Come and see your favorite alumni bands at Wrenstock 2014! This annual tradition includes free performances by the The Dimeslots, Big Dogs, Roadducks and others. All ages are welcome.

For more information contact Megan Taylor at mctaylor01@wm.edu or 757.221.1183

ITPIR/AidData Alumni BBQ

427 Scotland Street
Saturday, 11:30a.m. - 1:30p.m.
Free Event

Homecoming Reception for Alumni of AidData, TRIP, Reform Incentives, PIPS, and VIPCAT that will include lunch and a chance to catch up with friends, meet new people and learn how far the projects have come upon which you worked.

For more information contact Katie Paulson-Smith at kpaulson-smith@aiddata.org or 952.358.1854

Children’s Carnival

Sunken Garden
Saturday, Noon - 3:00p.m.

Let the kids in on the Homecoming fun! Enjoy the Children’s Carnival which will feature inflatables, mini golf and other games, the popular Fun Bus, and more! Carnival concessions will be available, including Old Glory Kettle Corn Company LLC.

For more information contact Megan Taylor at mctaylor01@wm.edu or 757.221.1183

All-Alumni & Reunion Class Tailgate

Sunken Garden Tent
Saturday, Noon - 3:00p.m.
$15 per person; $10 for children (ages 3-12)

Join your classmates, friends and other fans on the Sunken Garden for an old-fashioned, all-American picnic before the big football game! The Children's Carnival, Wrenstock and Class Reunion photos will be taking place in the Garden as well, so get there with plenty of time to enjoy it all! Beer and wine included.

For more information contact Carol Dyke at cadyke@wm.edu or 757.221.1184

SAE Alumni Tailgate

SAE House - 710 Ukrop Way
Saturday, Noon - 7:00p.m.
Free Event

Homecoming Tailgate for SAE alumni and their families. Join the brothers of SAE for a cookout before the game or come by anytime to meet the brothers and see the new house!

For more information contact Kyle Vachris at kavachris@email.wm.edu or 757.477.2651

Alan B. Miller Hall Tour

The Mason School of Business - Alan B. Miller Hall
Saturday, Noon - 1:00p.m.
Free Event, Please Register

Please register here.

Get a behind-the-scenes look at Alan B. Miller Hall, the home of the Raymond A. Mason School of Business.

For more information contact Kellie Miner at kellie.miner@mason.wm.edu or 757.221.7785

1693 Alumni Lunch

Murray House
Saturday, Noon - 1:30p.m.
Free Event, Please Register

Email Kim for more information and to RSVP.

A Homecoming lunch for 1693 Scholar alumni.

For more information contact Kim Van Deusen at kim@wm.edu or 757.221.1482

Reunion Class Pictures

Sunken Garden
Saturday, 12:30 - 2:30p.m.
Free Event, Please register if you would like to purchase a print

Don't miss out on getting your photo taken with the rest of your classmates!

12:30p.m. - Class of 1969; 12:45p.m. - Class of 1974; 1:00p.m. - Class of 1979; 1:15p.m. - Class of 1984; 1:30p.m. - Class of 1989; 1:45p.m. - Class of 1994; 2:00p.m. - Class of 1999; 2:15p.m. - Class of 2004; 2:30p.m. - Class of 2009

For more information contact Carol Dyke at cadyke@wm.edu or 757.221.1184

Tribe Tailgate at the Reserve

Outside William and Mary Hall, along Brooks St.
Saturday, 12:30 - 3:30p.m.
Free Event

Join Student Assembly and other recognized student organizations for the student tailgate! Tailgate is open to all current students, alumni and friends. Stop by and visit with W&M friends old and new!

This is a group tailgate, not a location for individual tailgating.

For more information contact Trici Fredrick at trici@wm.edu or 757.221.3300

Sigma Pi’s Second Annual Alumni Tailgate

Sigma Pi Fraternity House
Saturday, 12:30 - 3:30p.m.
Free Event

Sigma Pi presents its Second Annual Alumni Homecoming Tailgate. Come reconnect and meet brothers of every era as we celebrate William & Mary and Sigma Pi at the College, just before the game! Food and Beverages will be provided, Families welcome!

For more information contact Jacob Ball at jdball@email.wm.edu or 434.987.5171
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Alpha Kappa Psi Homecoming Tailgate

Randolph Complex - Grill Area
Saturday, 12:30 - 3:30p.m.
Free Event

This year, W&M will take on Villanova on Homecoming Weekend. Join AKPsi to catch up with old brothers, meet new ones and see the Tribe "Conquer the Cats!"

For more information contact Sarah Zahory at zzli@email.wm.edu or 703.388.6677
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Pi Kappa Alpha’s First Annual Alumni Homecoming Tailgate

Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity House
Saturday, 12:30 - 3:30p.m.
Free Event

Pi Kappa Alpha presents its First Annual Alumni Homecoming Tailgate. Come reconnect with both former and current brothers at our new, on-campus location before W&M plays Villanova. Drinks and BBQ will be provided!

For more information contact Thomas Cook at tccook@email.wm.edu or 847.971.7210

The Flat Hat Tailgate

Outside William and Mary Hall, along Brooks St.
Saturday, 12:30 - 3:30p.m.
Free Event

Come out and enjoy The Flat Hat's Homecoming Tailgate! Mingle with current Flat Hatters, Flat Hat Alumni and more before attending the Homecoming game. Don't forget to get the inside scoop from our sports editors on their game predictions! Food and beverages will be provided, but feel free to bring more food as well. Alcoholic beverages must enter the venue with the tailgating vehicle, so feel free to coordinate with Meredith Ramey if you would like to bring your own.

For more information contact Meredith Ramey at flathat.editor@gmail.com or 703.582.3776

VIP Homecoming Reception

Cohen Career Center - Rooftop Terrace
Saturday, 1:00 - 7:00p.m.
Invitation Only

A VIP Homecoming reception for W&M business leaders. A great place to watch the game, catch up with friends and fellow alumni, and enjoy food and beverages. Invitations will be sent out to alumni who are leaders in their industry and other business professionals. An RSVP is required to attend. Sponsored by William & Mary Economic Development and Business Innovation and the Economic Development offices of the Historic Triangle.

For more information contact Laken Marley or Julie Summs at lmarley@wm.edu or jgsumms@wm.edu or 757.221.7815 or 757.221.1232

Campus Recreation Homecoming Tailgate

Student Recreation Center
Saturday, 1:00 - 5:00p.m.
Free Event

All are welcome! Join Campus Recreation (formally Recreational Sports) alumni, friends and family at the Student Recreation Center for a family friendly football tailgate. We will have good food, fun and games for the whole family. Campus Rec alumni are invited to come by to pick up a "swag bag." The tailgate will last through halftime of the game. See you there!

For more information contact Linda Knight at lakni2@wm.edu or 757.221.3310

Alumni Band Organization (ABO) Annual Meeting & Pre-Game Gathering

Alumni House, Clarke Plaza
Saturday, 1:00 - 3:00p.m.
$10 per person, $5 Young Guarde ('10-'14)

Join members of ABO for their annual board meeting and luncheon. Members of the Pep Band will join us, so come out to meet and mingle with both current and future members of ABO.

For more information contact Lisa Von Gehren at lkvongehren@wm.edu or 757.221.6321

W&M Men’s Rugby Alumni Match & BBQ

Intramural Field - Dillard & McClurg Dr.
Saturday, 1:00 - 5:00p.m.
Free Event

Join current and former Tribe Men's Rugby players for a friendly match, between old boys and new. Families welcome - will be followed by a BBQ. Check out our website at www.wmrugby.com, with more information coming soon.

For more information contact Sam Brown at sjbrown01@email.wm.edu or 203.668.6735

School of Business Annual Football Tailgate

Alan B. Miller Hall
Saturday, 1:00 - 3:00p.m.
Free Event, Please Register

Please register here.

Join the Raymond A. Mason School of Business and other alumni for our annual tailgate at Miller Hall!

For more information contact Kellie Miner at kellie.miner@mason.wm.edu or 757.221.7785

W&M Wesley Foundation Homecoming Open House

Wesley House - 526 Jamestown Road
Saturday, 1:00 - 6:30p.m.
Free Event

We hope that you will be returning to campus for Homecoming and stop by the Wesley Open House. The tailgating, with lots of great food, will be from 1:00 to 3:00 pm, and, for those who don't have tickets, we will be watching the game on the big screen in the Fellowship Hall from 3:30 to 6:30 pm. Please RSVP for the tailgate, www.wmwesley.org, and click on the Homecoming email link on the home page.

For more information contact Max Blalock at mwblalock@wm.edu or 757.229.8632

Theatre, Speech & Dance Alumni Reception

Phi Beta Kappa - Dodge Room
Saturday, 1:00 - 3:00p.m.
Donation to the Theatre or Dance Scholarship Fund

Reception for alumni of Theatre, Speech & Dance at William & Mary. Non-majors encouraged to attend - if you participated in a show, danced in Orchesis or sung in Sinfonicron please come join us for food & drink in PBK.

For more information contact Christopher Owens at clowen@wm.edu or 757.221.2683

Improvisational Theatre’s Homecoming Show

Crim Dell Ampitheatre
Saturday, 2:00 - 3:30p.m.
Free Event - Donations Accepted

Come share some laughter with William and Mary's oldest student-run comedy group, Improvisational Theatre. The name may not be too creative, but we sure are! If you enjoy "Whose Line is it Anyway," you'll love our short form improvisation, featuring our current members as well as alumni! Stop in after lunch or before the big game.

For more information contact Mallory Tucker at mmtucker@email.wm.edu or 434.942.0149

Homecoming Football Game vs. Villanova

Zable Stadium
Saturday, 3:30 - 6:30p.m.

Cheer on the football team as they lead us to victory against the Villanova Wildcats! Make sure you catch the halftime show where you will see lots of familiar W&M faces and the Homecoming court!

Single game tickets will be available on August 1st at this link.

For more information contact Tribe Ticket Office at 757.221.3340

Annual RPSS Homecoming Reception at the Russian House

Russian House - Pleasants Hall, 3rd Floor
Saturday, 5:00 - 7:00p.m.
Free Event

The Russian and Post-Soviet Studies Program welcomes back RPSS alumni at the annual Homecoming gathering at the Russian House!

For more information contact Bella Ginzbursky-Blum at bbginz@wm.edu or 757.221.2611

School of Business Graduate Alumni Reception

Alan B. Miller Hall
Saturday, 6:00 - 8:00p.m.
Free Event, Please Register

Please register here.

Join other School of Business graduate alumni at a reception hosted by Ken White, Dean of MBA Programs.

For more information contact Kellie Miner at kellie.miner@mason.wm.edu or 757.221.7785

Havdalah

Jamestown Field
Saturday, 6:00 - 7:00p.m.
Free Event

Join WM Hillel, the Jewish Student Organization, as we mark the end of Shabbat with a traditional Havdalah ceremony.

For more information contact Jonathan Wertheim at jhwertheim@email.wm.edu or 631.830.5340

G.A.L.A. Reception

Tucker Hall Foyer
Saturday, 6:30 - 9:30p.m.
Free Event, Please Register

Join the College's LGBT alumni association in between reunion events for an evening of cocktails, hors d'oeuvres and conversation at the newly-renovated Tucker Hall in the center of old campus. We will hold a short program highlighting the year's achievements and looking forward to the next year. Current students are welcome to attend.

For more information contact Lisa Von Gehren or Scott Binnings at lkvongehren@wm.edu or wmgala@gmail.com or 757.221.6321 or 202.997.1012

Delta Phi’s Annual Wine & Cheese

730 Ukrop Way
Saturday, 6:30 - 9:00p.m.
Free Event

Delta Phi will host our annual Wine & Cheese alumni event on the Saturday of Homecoming. Stop by the new house at 730 Ukrop Way after the football game to check out the place and catch up with fellow brothers!

For more information contact Trevor Parkes at tnparkes@email.wm.edu or 908.914.2462

Class of 1989’s Freshman Hall Dorm Toast & Mixer

Your Freshman Dorm & Wren Vista Tent
Saturday, 7:00 - 9:00p.m.
$10 per person

Gather with your freshman dorm classmates and raise a toast to many fond memories from 7-8 p.m. We will be toasting the following dorm buildings: Barrett Hall, DuPont Hall, Monroe Hall, Yates Hall, Fauquier Hall, Hunt Hall, Nicholson Hall, Spotswood Hall and Taliaferro Hall.

Preregistered guests will receive a complimentary champagne glass.

Don't have a dorm to toast? Join your fellow classmates to celebrate your 25th reunion at your class Mixer under the beautiful Wren Vista tent from 7:30-9 p.m. There will be access to view the Great Hall to reminisce. Join your friends before heading over to the big Bash!

For more information contact Carol Dyke at cadyke@wm.edu or 757.221.1184

Sailing Alumni Homecoming Gala

Sadler Center - Tidewater A
Saturday, 7:00 - 10:00p.m.
Free Event

Come on out and support the Sailing Team! This event is for Sailing Team Alumni - from the 1960s to last year - who are interested in connecting with old friends, getting to know the team's current state of affairs and perhaps winning an item at our silent auction. Wine, beer and cheese will be served.

For more information contact Ian Kirkwood at williamandmarysailing@gmail.com or 774.392.0343
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Yue-Kiln Ceramic Music Concert

Kimball Theatre
Saturday, 7:00 - 8:30p.m.
Free Event

This show is FREE and open to the public. Please go to the box office of the Kimball Theater to pick up your tickets in advance. Tickets can go fast!

Interested in music and Chinese culture? This unique performance is a must-see! Yue-Kiln Ceramic Music refers to a form of traditional Chinese music using ceramic instruments (known in Chinese as "ou"). The rare art has become a dynastic treasure since the 8th century and is popular among commoners as well as the elite.

For more information contact WMCI Front Desk at wmci@wm.edu or 757.221.1286

Class of 1994 Mixer

Muscarelle Museum
Saturday, 7:30 - 9:00p.m.
$5 per person

Gather with your classmates and friends to celebrate your 20th Reunion before heading over to the Saturday Night Bash!

For more information contact Carol Dyke at cadyke@wm.edu or 757.221.1184

Class of 2004 Mixer

Alumni House - Clarke Plaza Tent
Saturday, 7:30 - 9:00p.m.
$5 per person

Gather with your classmates and friends to celebrate your 10th Reunion before heading over to the Saturday Night Bash!

For more information contact Carol Dyke at cadyke@wm.edu or 757.221.1184

Young Guarde Beer Garden (YGBG)

Class years 2010 to 2014

Sunken Garden - Wren side
Saturday, 8:00 - 10:00p.m.
$15 per person

Tired of the Homecoming crowds at the Delly’s? Sit under the stars with your fellow young alumni in this Oktoberfest-style beer garden! Enjoy quality beer tasting flights, other beverages and food, while taking time to catch up with each other in this laid back environment. Class years ’10-’14 are invited to join and ticket price includes admission to the big party, the Saturday Night Bash.

For more information contact Megan Taylor at mctaylor01@wm.edu or 757.221.1183

Saturday Night Bash

Sunken Garden Tent
Saturday, 9:00 - 11:30p.m.
$15 cover charge per person

The Homecoming celebration doesn't end after the football game! Keep the party going in the Sunken Garden where you can enjoy your fellow alumni while groovin' with the Right On Band. Light refreshments and beverages included. A cash bar will be available for premium drinks.

For more information contact Carol Dyke at cadyke@wm.edu or 757.221.1184

Sunrise Service

Wren Chapel
Sunday, 7:00 - 8:00a.m.
Free Event, Please Register - Space is Limited

End the weekend in fellowship with your other Tribe members. Nondenominational, all are welcome!

For more information contact Carol Dyke at cadyke@wm.edu or 757.221.1184

Alumni Coffee & Donuts

Alumni House - Foyer
Sunday, 8:30 - 11:00a.m.
Free Event

Let us bid you bon voyage with coffee and a bite to eat from a favorite local breakfast joint, Emily's Donuts. Make sure you check out the Alumni Gift Shop on your way out!

For more information contact Megan Taylor at mctaylor01@wm.edu or 757.221.1183

Catholic Campus Ministries Mass

Parish Center - 10 Harrison Avenue
Sunday, 11:00a.m. - Noon
Free Event

All are welcome!

For more information contact Anna Sease at asease@bedeva.org or 757.220.1415