Schedule

kid-friendly events

Pricing Key: Early Bird through April 22 / Regular Price April 23 – May 21 / Walk-in May 22 – June 1

Thursday, May 29

Check-In and On-Site Registration

5 – 7 p.m.

Healy Hall

Pick up your registration packet, including your name tag and welcome-home gift from the Georgetown University Alumni Association.

Open House at the Robert and Bernice Wagner Alumni House

9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

3604 O St., N.W.

Take a self-guided tour of the Alumni House, which was renovated in fall 2005.

Thursday Undergraduate Class Parties

50th Reunion: Class of 1964 Welcome Reception

6 – 9 p.m.

Copley Hall, Copley Formal Lounge

Suggested Attire: Casual

$45

45th Reunion: Class of 1969 Welcome Party

7 – 10 p.m.

Chad's of Friendship Heights
5247 Wisconsin Ave., N.W.

Suggested Attire: Business Casual

Pay as you go

30th Reunion: Welcome Reception

6 – 9 p.m.

F. Scott’s
1226 36th St., N.W. (next to The Tombs)

Suggested Attire: Casual

Underwritten by Phil Inglima (C'84, L'88) and Liz Wieser (C '86, L'92)

25th Reunion: Tombs Takeover Party

6 – 9 p.m.

The Tombs
1226 36th St., N.W.

Suggested Attire: Casual

Pay as you go

Friday, May 30

Check-In and On-Site Registration

9 a.m. – 7 p.m.

Healy Hall

Pick up your registration packet, including your name tag and welcome-home gift from the Georgetown University Alumni Association. On-site registration ends at 4 p.m. Those already registered may check in any time before 7 p.m.

National Archives Tour

8:45 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.

Bus departs promptly at 8:45 a.m. from Healy Gates.

This year's tour will feature the main attractions in addition to some lesser known, however intriguing, documents from our country's past. Join Sam Anthony, Special Assistant to the Archivist, on a special private tour of the National Archives, with a unique Georgetown perspective.

If you have not arrived by 8:40 a.m., your seat may be given to a waitlisted registrant.

$15/$20/$20

50th Reunion Breakfast and Open Dialogue

9 a.m.

Leavey Center, Faculty Club

Pay as you go

Open House at the Robert and Bernice Wagner Alumni House

9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

3604 O St., N.W.

Take a self-guided tour of the Alumni House, which was renovated in fall 2005.

Saving Memories: The Fight Against Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia

10 a.m. – 11 a.m.

Rafik B. Hariri Building, Case Room 240

There is currently no cure or effective treatment for Alzheimer’s disease, which, according to the World Health Organization, is expected to double every 20 years worldwide – from 35.6 million individuals in 2010 to 115.4 million by 2050. Georgetown has discovered and validated a blood test that can predict with 90 percent accuracy if a healthy person will develop mild cognitive impairment (MCI) or Alzheimer’s disease within three years. The discovery heralds the possible development of earlier treatment options for Alzheimer’s, when therapy could be more effective at slowing or even preventing onset of the disease. Join Georgetown researchers, faculty and alumni as they examine the scientific, societal and ethical impact of this important discovery, and share highlights of the groundbreaking research and innovation occurring at Georgetown University Medical Center in neurodegenerative disorders.

Dahlgren Chapel Tours

10:30 a.m.

Dahlgren Chapel

Join us in the newly renovated Dahlgren Chapel to see the many changes that have occurred in the heart of campus.

Hilltop Dialogue: Legends of Georgetown: Celebrating Jan Karski (G’52, H’83)

10:30 – 11:30 a.m.

Bunn Intercultural Center (ICC) Auditorium

The Legends of Georgetown series celebrates the life and work of faculty and staff members who have had a great impact on the student experience at Georgetown University. Join faculty members, staff and alumni—Robert Lieber, professor of government and international relations, Michal Mrozek (F’89, MSFS’89), director of the Jan Karski Educational Foundation, Dr. Thomas Ewens (C'55) and Thomas Kuchenberg (F'64)—to honor the memory of professor emeritus and legendary Holocaust-era figure Jan Karski (G’52, H’83).

Walking Tours of Campus

11 a.m.

Meet on the White-Gravenor Hall center steps

Welcome Home Luncheon

Noon – 1:45 p.m.

Rafik B. Hariri Building, Fisher Colloquium

Join President John J. DeGioia and Mary Callahan Erdoes (C’89), chief executive officer of J. P. Morgan’s asset management division, one of Forbes’ “100 Most Powerful Women” and Georgetown Wall Street Alliance Board Member, for a conversation about the ever-evolving global financial markets as well as her life and career since leaving the Hilltop.

$30/$35/$40

Golf Cart Tours of Campus

2 p.m.

Meet in Healy Circle

Grab a seat on a reunion golf cart to cruise through campus and learn about the new additions that Georgetown has made since you were a student.

These tours are reserved for alumni with limited mobility.

Hilltop Dialogue: Georgetown Alumni Changing the World

2 – 3 p.m.

Rafik B. Hariri Building, Case Room 240

St. Ignatius Loyola urged us to “go forth and set the world on fire.” Join Sonal Shah, director of the Beeck Center for Social Innovation & Impact, in a conversation with Melissa Bradley (B’89), managing director at New Capitalist;  Jennifer Kane Kelly (C'94), Project Night Night board member; Kevin Marinacci (C’89), president of the Fabretto Children’s Foundation; and Beau Perry (F'99), executive director of Olazul—alumni who are impacting the world and “setting the world on fire.” Co-sponsored by the Beeck Center for Social Innovation & Impact.

Hilltop Dialogue: History of Georgetown: A Historical, Spiritual and Cultural Perspective

2 – 3 p.m.

Bunn Intercultural Center (ICC) Auditorium

Most alumni know that Georgetown dates its founding to 1789, but few know that until the mid-1800s, College catalogues dated Georgetown’s founding to 1788—the year that construction of the first building (Old South) began. Join University Archivist Lynn Conway, Dr. John Glavin (C’64), professor of English and faculty liaison the Board of Governors; and Paul O’Neill (C’86, MPP’96), Chief Operating Officer in the Office of Advancement and co-author of a history on the University, for a conversation that will enlighten even the most knowledgeable alumni about the history and traditions of Georgetown. Co-sponsored by Georgetown University Library.

Hilltop Dialogue: My Life as a Diplomat

2 – 3 p.m.

Rafik B. Hariri Building, Case Room 250

For over two centuries, Georgetown has had an authoritative presence among scholars and policymakers as an incubator for global thinking and a shaper of U.S. foreign policy. This panel featuring current and past ambassadors—such as Glyn Davies (F’79), special representative for North Korea policy; Uzra Zeya (F'89), Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary, Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor; John Herbst (F’74), former U.S. ambassador to Uzbekistan and Howard Schaffer, former ambassador to Bangladesh and Georgetown University professor—will explore how lessons learned on the Hilltop can influence and shape a path to service abroad.

Heyden Observatory Open House

2 – 5 p.m.

Heyden Observatory

Take a tour of the third oldest university observatory in the United States. Built in 1844, the Heyden Observatory is a true Georgetown treasure. It holds a special place in the hearts of many Hoyas—and if it doesn’t already in yours, it will!

Walking Tours of Campus

3 p.m.

Meet on the White-Gravenor Hall center steps

Carroll Parlor Open House

3 – 4 p.m.

Healy Hall, Room 107

Drop by to see some of the finest works from the University Art Collection in Lauinger Library's Special Collections Research Center and meet the university's art curator.

Hilltop Dialogue: Much Ado About Something

3:15 – 4:15 p.m.

Davis Center, Gonda Theatre

Georgetown Shakespeare professor Dr. Michael J. Collins explores the history and lasting influence of the Bard’s plays with Michael Benz (C'04), Globe Theatre actor and guest star on Downtown Abbey, and Dr. Kristine Johanson (F'04), University of Amsterdam Renaissance scholar. Co-sponsored by the Davis Center for the Performing Arts.

 

Join us after Much Ado About Something to continue the celebration of the Bard's 450th birthday as we share and discuss the rare Shakespearean treasures owned by the Georgetown University Library and Special Collections Research Center. Guests can enjoy drink and refreshments while examining the historical artifacts that shaped our perception and understanding of Shakespeare's world, work and continued legacy. Sponsored by the Georgetown University Library.

Hilltop Dialogue: The Problem of God, Revisited

3:15 – 4:15 p.m.

Bunn Intercultural Center (ICC) Auditorium

Reexamine some of the questions addressed during your undergraduate years in this classic Georgetown seminar. The Rev. Otto Hentz, S.J. (H’66), will discuss questions surrounding the problem of knowledge, the relation of faith to reason and the impact of secularization on religion.

Admissions Information Session

3:30 – 5 p.m.

White-Gravenor Hall, Room 103

Bring your teen to learn more about the admissions process at Georgetown at this special session and campus tour.

Limited to Georgetown alumni and their families.

Golf Cart Tours of Campus

4 p.m.

Meet in Healy Circle

Grab a seat on a reunion golf cart to cruise through campus and learn about the new additions that Georgetown has made since you were a student.

These tours are reserved for alumni with limited mobility.

Reception and Dedication of the Martha M. Swanson Conference Room

4 – 6 p.m.

Leavey Center 316

Martha M. Swanson served as an advisor to student organizations and a mentor to countless student leaders for 23 years, beginning in 1984. On the 30th anniversary of her start at Georgetown, the Center for Student Engagement (formerly Office of Student Programs) will honor her with a conference room dedicated in her name. Please join us to celebrate Martha and her legacy, and to reminisce about the student life experience over the last three decades. Refreshments will be provided. All are welcome.

The Voyage: A Journey into the Fantastic World of Fiction and Film

4:15 p.m.

Gaston Hall

The Georgetown University Italian Research Institute, and the Italian Embassy invite alumni to a conference featuring the 2010 Nobel Prize laureate, Mario Vargas Llosa, Italian novelist, Alessandro Baricco, and cinematographer, Vittorio Storaro, Oscar winner for Apocalypse Now, Reds, and The Last Emperor. Llosa will speak on “Boccaccio on Stage: A Journey into the World of the Imagination,” Baricco on “Writing: A Silent Journey,” and Storaro will present “The Art of Cinematography: A Visual Journey.” Please RSVP in advance.

Dahlgren Chapel Tours

4:30 p.m.

Dahlgren Chapel

Join us in the newly renovated Dahlgren Chapel to see the many changes that have occurred in the heart of campus.

Davis Center Arts Tour

5 – 6 p.m.

Meet in the lobby of the Davis Performing Arts Center

See how the arts programs and facilities at Georgetown have grown and evolved since your time on the Hilltop.

Alumni Student-Athlete Reception

5 - 6:30 p.m.

Car Barn Pavilion

Join fellow alumni student athletes for a cocktail reception featuring a panel with Lee Reed, Director of Intercollegiate Athletics, a current student athlete, and a few of our men's and women's coaches.

Rainbow Gathering: A Celebration hosted by the LGBTQ Resource Center

5 – 6:30 p.m.

First Floor Healy Hall, Bioethics Library

The LGBTQ Resource Center is happy to welcome back our LGBTQ and allied alumni, family and friends to this reception. Learn about the Tagliabue Initiative for LGBTQ Life and the work of the center while meeting fellow LGBTQ and allied alumni.

Alumni Admissions Program Reception

5 – 7 p.m.

Georgetown University Hotel and COnference Center, Salon H

Dean of Admissions Charles Deacon and his staff invite all current and former members of the Alumni Admissions Program to a reception to honor their commitment to Georgetown.

School of Dentistry Welcome Home Reception

5 – 7 p.m.

Med-Dent Building, South Lobby

All dental alumni are invited to a complimentary reception hosted by the Georgetown University Alumni Association to kick off Dental Reunion Weekend 2014!

SFS Welcome Home Reception

5 – 7 p.m.

Bunn Intercultural Center (ICC) Galleria

Come celebrate reunion with your fellow SFS alumni and find out about the latest initiatives and future plans for SFS.

Shabbat Service

6 – 7 p.m.

Leavey Center, North Gallery, Makóm

Join fellow alumni and Michael Goldman, Jewish Chaplain at the Law Center, for a soulful, musical, reflective Shabbat in our new Makóm: A Jewish Gathering Space.

Kids’ Soiree

7 p.m. – Midnight

Reynolds Hall, Room 130

Parents can take the night off while their children party with White House Nannies, a professional child care provider that offers a high-energy, entertaining function for children ages 5-12. Space is limited.

$55/$65/$75

Friday Undergraduate Class Parties

Magis Alumni

In lieu of an all-Magis event on Friday evening, smaller gatherings will be hosted separately by some classes.

60th Reunion: Class of 1954 Reception and Dinner

6 – 8:30 p.m.

Reed Residence
3601 O St., N.W.

$140/$145/$150

55th Reunion: Class of 1959 Reception and Dinner

6:30 – 9 p.m.

Wagner Alumni House
3604 O St., N.W.

$125/$130/$140

50th Reunion: Class of 1964 Magis Medallion Ceremony and Dinner

6:15 – 10 p.m.

Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium
1301 Constitution Ave., N.W.

Suggested Attire: Cocktail

$140/$145/$150

Advance registration required

45th Reunion: Class of 1969 Reunion Celebration

6 – 9 p.m.

Dahlgren Courtyard

Suggested Attire: Casual

$70/$80/$90

40th Reunion: Class of 1974 Welcome Reception

6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

Hariri Building, Fisher Colloquium

Suggested Attire: Business Casual

$70/$80/$90

35th Reunion: Class of 1979 Reception

7:30 – 11:30 p.m.

Copley Lawn Tent

Suggested Attire: Business Casual

$90/$100/$110

30th Reunion: Class of 1984 Reception

7:30 p.m. – Midnight

Copley Hall, Copley Formal Lounge

Suggested Attire: Smart Casual

$75/$85/$95

25th Reunion: 1989 Back to Healy Basement Bash

7:30 p.m. – Midnight

Hariri Building, East Terrace Tent

Suggested Attire: Casual

$75/$100/$125

20th Reunion: Class of 1994 Celebration

8 – 11 p.m.

Leavey Esplanade Tent

Suggested Attire: Casual

$60/$70/$80

15th Reunion: Class of 1999 Celebration

8 p.m. – 11 p.m.

George
3251 Prospect St., N.W.

Suggested Attire: Casual

$50/$65/$75

10th Reunion: Class of 2004 Celebration

8 – 11 p.m.

Town Hall
2340 Wisconsin Ave., N.W.

Suggested Attire: Smart Casual

$60/$65/$70

5th Reunion: Class of 2009 Celebration

9:15 p.m. – 1 a.m.

Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium
1301 Constitution Ave., N.W.

Suggested Attire: Cocktail

Saturday, May 31

Check-In and On-Site Registration

8 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Healy Hall

Pick up your registration packet, including your name tag and welcome-home gift from the Georgetown University Alumni Association. On-site registration ends at noon. Those already registered may check in any time before 4 p.m.

Critical Issues in Planning Your Estate

8 – 10 a.m.

Copley Hall, Copley Formal Lounge

The Georgetown University Legacy Society invites you to a complimentary estate-planning seminar, featuring Susan S. Oldham (L’85, L’90, Parent). She will provide information designed to help you and your loved ones preserve wealth, protect assets for beneficiaries, instill family values and achieve charitable objectives.

Complimentary breakfast buffet included.

Gates to Yates Fun Run

8:15 – 9:30 a.m.

Meet at Healy Gates

Wake up early on Saturday to join classmates, families, and friends for a fun, social run through and around Georgetown’s campus and the Georgetown area.

Physics Department Alumni Breakfast

9 – 11 a.m.

Regents Hall, Room 109

Kick off your day by joining fellow physics alumni and the Department of Physics for breakfast in Regents Hall, the new home for the sciences at Georgetown.

Open House at the Robert and Bernice Wagner Alumni House

9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

3604 O St., N.W.

Take a self-guided tour of the Alumni House, which was renovated in fall 2005.

All-Class Alumni Memorial Mass

9:30 – 10 a.m.

Dahlgren Chapel

All-Class Procession

10 – 11 a.m.

Parade begins at 10:15 a.m. sharp
Red Square (in front of Bunn Intercultural Center (ICC))

All reunion-year alumni are invited to gather with classmates to participate in the all-class procession! Family members are welcome to join in the march or cheer enthusiastically from the sidelines. All alumni participants will receive a free T-shirt!

Free continental breakfast will be provided.

Story Time at Alumni House

11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Wagner Alumni House
3604 O St., N.W.

Children ages 3-10 will enjoy an engaging story time hosted by Theresa DeGioia (C’89), wife of Georgetown President John J. DeGioia. Milk and cookies will be served during a reading of children’s books, followed by fun activities. Donations of new children’s books will be collected as part of the reunion community service project that supports the Center for Social Justice’s literacy programs.

University President’s Event

11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Healy Hall, Gaston Hall

President John J. DeGioia will reflect on Georgetown’s remarkable accomplishments since its founding and speak to the vision of a greater Georgetown for generations to come.

School of Nursing & Health Studies Class of 1964: 50th Reunion Pinning Ceremony and Luncheon

12:30 – 2:30 p.m.

St. Mary’s Hall, Mary de Bietry Student Commons

Alumni and friends of the Class of 1964 are invited to a luncheon and pinning ceremony to celebrate their 50th Reunion.

All-Class Family Picnic

12:30 – 3 p.m.

Copley Lawn Tent

All alumni, families and friends are invited to a casual picnic with BBQ fare. This family-friendly gathering will include face painters, a moon bounce and other kid-friendly attractions.

Admission is $20/$25/$25 for adults, $5 for children ages 10-17 and free for children under age 10.

Residence Hall Tours

12:30 – 4 p.m.

Copley, Harbin and Kennedy Halls

Join the Office of Residential Living and the Georgetown University Bookstore and explore a few of the rooms that our current Hoyas live in on the Hilltop. Come take a look at rooms in Copley, Harbin and Kennedy Halls and see how today's students fill their space and their lives. There will also be an opportunity to view plans for the two new residential buildings, the Old Jesuit Residence and the Northeast Triangle, as they enter into the construction phase this summer and expand our on campus communities for future Hoyas.

Walking Tours of Campus

1 p.m.

Meet on the White-Gravenor Hall center steps

Exploring Healy: Georgetown's History in Stone and Paint

1 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.

Meet in Healy Circle

Learn everything you never knew about some of Georgetown's most prominent spaces, including Gaston Hall, Riggs Library and more. Dr. John Glavin (C'64, Parent'95), professor of English, provides a unique insight into some of Georgetown's most famous venues.

The Hoya Reunion Open House

1:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.

The Hoya Office, Leavey Center 421

Join current staff members and alumni of The Hoya in our office and see how The Hoya's editorial and publishing divisions have developed since your time at the paper.

Hilltop Dialogue: Don’t Shoot the Messenger

2 – 3 p.m.

Rafik B. Hariri Building, Case Room 250

In today’s divisive world, journalists often become associated with the news they deliver. Join moderator George Taber (C’64), former reporter and editor for Time magazine, for a conversation with Yamiche Alcindor (C’09, MA’13), USA Today national reporter, Kristin Thorne (C'04) is a reporter with the New York City ABC affiliate, and MJ Lee (C'09), reporter for POLITICO on the state of the press today and how they maintain objectivity in their fields.

Hilltop Dialogue: The Church in the 21st Century

2 – 3 p.m.

Bunn Intercultural Center (ICC) Auditorium

From the election of the first Jesuit pope to the beatification of Popes John XXIII and John Paul II, Kevin O’Brien, S.J. (C’88), Vice President for Mission and Ministry, explores current events in the Church, based on one of Georgetown’s most popular classes!

The Future of Dentistry: Practice Management & Profitability

2 – 4 p.m.

Med-Dent Building, SW 107

In the spirit of lifelong learning, join Ken Runkle, founder and president of Paragon Management, Inc., for a new, non-clinical lecture discussing the future of dentistry. Ken’s business and management consulting experience has given him great insight and ability to speak about the future of dentistry and why any young professional should pursue dentistry.

Continuing Education credit will be offered.

School of Nursing & Health Studies All-Alumni Open House and Dessert Reception

2:30 – 4:30 p.m.

St. Mary’s Hall, Mary de Bietry Student Commons

Alumni and guests are invited to join members of the NHS faculty and staff for an afternoon dessert reception. The open house will include an archival exhibit, an interactive display of the Nursing@Georgetown online graduate program and a tour of our state-of-the-art simulation lab.

All NHS alumni, including alumni from graduate programs, are invited and encouraged to attend.

Walking Tours of Campus

3 p.m.

Meet on the White-Gravenor Hall center steps

Hilltop Dialogue: Hoyas in Entertainment

3:15 – 4:15 p.m.

Rafik B. Hariri Building, Case Room 240

Ever want to know how certain Hoyas have such fascinating careers in entertainment? Join moderator Stu Pollard (B'89) filmmaker at Lunacy Productions and adjunct professor at USC’s School of Cinematic Art, Owen Burke (C'94), actor, comedian, writer and producer, Claire Panke (C’84), documentary filmmaker and neonatal  intensive care nurse, and Diana Williams (B'89), film and television producer at Roller Coaster Entertainment, to find out how these Hoyas have harnessed their creative abilities  and followed a path less traveled in their careers.

Hilltop Dialogue: Jesuit Discernment 101

3:15 – 4:15 p.m.

Copely Hall, St. William's Chapel

Father Joe Lingan, SJ,  rector of the Jesuit Community, will address the timeless challenge of decision making from a Jesuit perspective. St. Ignatius Loyola, the founder of the Jesuits, spent much of his youth making bad decisions. Yet he came to learn from his mistakes. His principal work, the Spiritual Exercises, is full of practical help for people who need to make choices, simple and difficult alike. Join this session to examine some of these tools.

Dental Legacy Project Tour

4 – 4:30 p.m.

Med-Dent Building, SW 107

Join the Dental Alumni Board and the Georgetown University Medical Center Development Office for an informal tour of the Dental Legacy Project, which will include plans for the space and use of the latest technology to create a satellite learning facility.

Class of 1989: 25th Reunion Mass

4 – 5 p.m.

Dahlgren Chapel

Love on the Hilltop: Celebrating Hoya Couples

4 – 5 p.m.

Wagner Alumni House
3604 O St., N.W.

Did you and your special someone other both graduate from Georgetown? Join other Hoya couples for a special toast celebrating your Hoya connection. Share your story at reunion.georgetown.edu/lovestories.

Georgetown HHMI Research Scholars Reunion

4 – 7 p.m.

Regents Hall, Room 239

Join HHMI Research Scholars from 1993 to the Present to celebrate our strong tradition of scientific research on the Hilltop. We will celebrate Professor Joe Neale's mentorship of undergraduate research scholars through the years and the proud tradition of scientific inquiry at Georgetown. The reunion will include short presentations and a social. Please RSVP to Maria Donoghue at mjv23@georgetown.edu.

McDonough School of Business Alumni Reception

5 – 7 p.m.

Rafik B. Hariri Building, East Terrace Tent

Join Georgetown McDonough for an intimate reception to catch up with friends and former classmates during Reunion Weekend 2014. Norean R. Sharpe, senior associate dean of the undergraduate program, will provide a few updates about the current undergraduate program and what is on the horizon for the business school. The event is free to attend, and cocktails and hors d' oeuvres will be served.

Multicultural Reception

5 – 7 p.m.

Bunn Intercultural Center (ICC) Galleria

Everyone is welcomed to this reception hosted by the Center for Multicultural Equity and Access (formerly CMSA). Celebrate the significant impact of a diverse student body, faculty and staff on the Georgetown experience.

Class of 1964: 50th Reunion Mass

5:30 – 6:30 p.m.

Dahlgren Chapel

Cooking Class for Young Adults

6:15 – 11:30 p.m.

Bus departs promptly at 6:30 p.m. from Healy Gates
Pickup Location: Village C Alumni Lounge

Kids ages 10 and up are invited to hone their cooking skills at alumna-owned CulinAerie, where they will make their own Italian-themed meal. After making dinner from scratch, they will return to campus for fun and games. Please notify us of any food allergies. Space is limited.

$65/$70/$75

School of Dentistry All-Class Dinner Party

7 – 11 p.m.

The Mayflower Hotel
1127 Connecticut Ave., N.W.

Celebrate your Dental Reunion at the iconic Mayflower Hotel with a cocktail reception followed by an elegant seated dinner. Georgetown dental alumni will be recognized with awards for their service and professional accomplishments during this event.

Cocktail attire

$130/$140/$150

Kids’ Soiree

7 p.m. – Midnight

Reynolds Hall, Room 130

While parents attend their class parties, professional child care provider White House Nannies will offer a high-energy, entertaining function for children ages 5-12. Space is limited.

$55/$65/$75

Saturday Undergraduate Class Parties

Magis Society: Dinner & Drinks

6 – 9 p.m.

McCarthy Hall, McShain Lounge

Come celebrate a memorable evening with your old classmates and friends. Enjoy dinner and conclude the evening with drinks and dessert. Remember to wear your 50th Reunion medal!

$50/$50/$50

50th Reunion: Class of 1964 Reception and Dinner

6:30 – 9 p.m.

Georgetown University Hotel and Conference Center, Leavey Ballroom

Suggested Attire: Business

$115/$125/$135

45th Reunion: The Class of 1969 Celebration

6:30 – 11:30 p.m.

Dumbarton House
2715 Q St., N.W.

Suggested Attire: Cocktail

$150/$165/$175

40th Reunion: Class of 1974 Celebration

7 – 11 p.m.

City Tavern Club
3206 M St., N.W.

Suggested Attire: Cocktail

$125/$135/$145

35th Reunion: Class of 1979 Celebration

7 – 11 p.m.

Hariri Building, Fisher Colloquium

Suggested Attire: Cocktail

$125/$130/$140

30th Reunion: Class of 1984 Celebration

7 – 9:30 p.m. in Riggs Library

Reception immediately to follow until 1 a.m. in Epicurean & Co.

Suggested Attire: Cocktail

$105/$115/$130

25th Reunion: An Elegant Waterfront Evening with the Class of ’89

7 p.m. – Midnight

House of Sweden
2900 K St., N.W.

Suggested Attire: Cocktail

$100/$125/$150

20th Reunion: Class of 1994 Celebration

9 p.m. – Midnight

Town Hall
2340 Wisconsin Ave., N.W.

Suggested Attire: Cocktail

$60/$70/$80

15th Reunion: Class of 1999 Celebration

8 p.m. – Midnight

Copley Lawn Tent

Suggested Attire: Summer Picnic (Think sundresses and seersucker)

$75/$85/$100

10th Reunion: Class of 2004 Reunion Celebration

8 p.m. – Midnight

Leavey Esplanade Tent

Suggested Attire: Cocktail

$90/$95/$100

5th Reunion: Class of 2009 Reunion Celebration

10 p.m. – 1 a.m.

Hariri Building, East Terrace Tent

Suggested Attire: Casual

Sunday, June 1

All-Class Reunion Mass

10 a.m.

Healy Hall, Gaston Hall

Join Georgetown University Jesuits to close your Reunion Weekend with a liturgy for all returning alumni, families and friends.

Open House at the Robert and Bernice Wagner Alumni House

10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

3604 O St., N.W.

Take a self-guided tour of the Alumni House, which was renovated in fall 2005.

Magis Celebration Brunch and Welcome for the Class of 1964

11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Copley Hall, Copley Formal Lounge

Suggested Attire: Sunday Best

Members of the Magis classes (1922-1963) are invited to this special luncheon to share memories and welcome the newest members of the Magis community, the 50th Reunion Class of 1964. Remember to wear your 50th Reunion medal!

$20/$25/$25

All-Class Farewell Brunch

11 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Copley Lawn Tent

Jump-start your morning with some coffee and a hot brunch buffet before heading home. No charge for children under 10.

$15/$20/$20

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