Participants can register online for any of dozens of events.
Everyone is welcome, but special events are slated for milestone classes including 1935, ‘40, ‘45, ‘50, ‘55, ‘60, ‘65, ‘70, ‘74, ‘75, ‘76, ‘85, ‘94,‘95, ‘96 and 2000.Group reunions include: Alpha Delta Eta (85th Anniversary), Alpha Sigma Chi, Arethusa, Blackfriars, Beta Tau Epsilon, Delta Chi Omega/TKE, Delta Kappa Kappa, Men’s Football, Mu Beta Psi, Omega Delta Phi, Omicron Xi, Oneida Hall, Phi Lambda Phi, Pi Delta Chi, Psi Phi Gamma, Scales Hall, Sigma Gamma, Sigma Tau Chi and Theta Chi Rho.
New this year, attendees can share some of their favorite photographs of yore in the college’s Flickr alumni community and update them with fresh snapshots from Reunion Weekend. Attendees are also invited to tweet their experience on Twitter using #ozreunion in tweets throughout the weekend.
In preparation of the college’s 150th birthday in 2011, the Oswego Alumni Association will film alumni stories throughout Reunion. Everyone is invited to participate in this very special opportunity to share their Oswego experiences. Drop a line to email@example.com with Oswego 150 Film in the subject line for more information.
Alumni registered for the “Come as You Were” barbecue dinner at Fallbrook Friday or “Memories on the Lake” dinner Saturday can stay on campus in the newly renovated and air-conditioned Johnson and Riggs halls (overflow housing will be in Hart Hall, which is not air-conditioned). The lake-view residence halls are within walking distance of many Reunion events and a continuous shuttle to downtown Oswego will run Friday and Saturday nights.
Call the Reunion Hotline at 315-312-5559 with questions or visit the Reunion Web site for more information.
(Posted: May 17, 2010)