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Did you major or minor in English, work on the W&M Review, or just love your literature courses?
Begin the weekend by stopping by the newly expanded Alumni House to check in, connect with fellow classmates and pick up your registration packet.
Join us for a conversation with President Katherine Rowe as she explores the opportunities that lie ahead for W&M. She will lift the curtain on what the future might look like and how the university prepares students for a rapidly changing world.
Come to the Muscarelle Museum of Art to see the traveling exhibition "Degas: The Private Impressionist – Works on Paper by the Artist and His Circle."
How has campus changed over the past 50 years? Learn about new buildings and programs that enhance the William & Mary experience for our students, faculty, alumni and community. Take a comprehensive bus tour or be immersed in campus with a walking tour.
Enjoy a barbecue with GRI while mingling with classmates and interacting with current students. Representatives from your class will also present your class reunion gift to President Rowe.
Enjoy a casual lunch buffet while mingling with classmates in one of the class’s most memorable campus spots.
Enjoy a casual lunch buffet while mingling with classmates and interacting with current first-generation, low income students and leadership.
Members of all three 50th Reunion classes are invited to gather to enjoy some ’70s tunes and an afternoon of reminiscing at Lake Matoaka. Drinks will be served and dress is casual.
Traditions Weekend attendees are invited to spend an afternoon at the Muscarelle Museum of Art.
All members of the Olde Guarde are invited to meet and mingle with classmates and friends, both old and new, at a fun, festive cocktail party in the newly expanded Alumni House. Drinks and hors d’oeuvres will be served and dress is casual.
Continue the celebration with an evening of cocktails, dinner and dancing.