Please join us for our 55th reunion, June 12th to 14th, 2015. We’re planning some intriguing events including a session or two for wives/partners—- who have been largely ignored at prior reunions. This reunion will be smaller and more intimate than the 50th.
Best of all, the reunion offers us a chance to reconnect with classmates in a relaxed atmosphere. While there are many activities planned throughout the weekend, below are a few events worth mentioning:
- “All About the Brain: Current Findings in Neuroscience,” with featured speakers Dr. Dick Masland and Dr. Solange Brown ’85 (daughter of our own Bill Brown) on Friday at 4 p.m. in Kemper Auditorium.
- A short informal memorial service from 1 p.m. to 1:45 p.m. before our Saturday afternoon panel, to honor the deceased members of our class.
- Discussion on memoirs, “Reflections of a Published Memoirist and An Incipient Memoirist Who Wants to be Published” with Gerry Shea and Michael Burlingame on Saturday at 2 p.m. Gerry, as you probably know, has just published in both English and French a well received and remarkable memoir entitled Song Without Words: Discovering My Deafness Halfway Through Life (La Vie Malentendeu in French) and Mike, our renown Lincoln scholar, will talk about the challenge of writing a memoir tentatively entitled Lincoln’s Slave. Anyone thinking about writing a memoir for limited or broad distribution should not miss this panel. You can view a recent French interview with Gerry Shea here.
- Ed Quattlebaum will be inducted into the Andover Athletics Hall of Honor on Saturday at 4:30 p.m.
Please email us if you have any reunion questions. See you in June.