Harvard-Yale provides Harvard students a number of unique opportunities: the chance to show school spirit at a sporting event (or even attend a sporting event), the one good reason to ever visit New Haven, and of course, the occasion to meet up with Yalies. From friends from home to summer camp acquaintances, there can be quite the range of people to reconnect with. Here’s Flyby’s advice for how to deal with each of them.
Stephen A. Michaels ’68 performs a personal anecdote at the Class of 1968’s 45th year reunion cabaret show on Saturday at the Harvard Kennedy School. The show is the longest running class reunion show in Harvard history
The show has become a tradition for many Harvard reunions after members of the Class of 1968 first performed it at their 15th reunion, and is the longest running class reunion show in the history of Harvard College, according to the show’s music director and pianist Peter M. Larson ’68.
Former members of the Harvard Glee Club and the Radcliffe Choral Society perform at St. John's Chapel on Sunday. The singers celebrated the 45th Anniversary of their 1967 combined HGC/RCS Asian Tour.
Former members of the Harvard Glee Club and the Radcliffe Choral Society perform at a reunion celebrating the 45th Anniversary of their 1967 combined Asian Tour. The singers performed in St. John's Chapel on Sunday.
Every week, The Crimson publishes a selection of articles that were printed in our pages in years past. June 18, 1914: Class of 1864 Holds Reunion The 50th anniversary of their graduation has brought back to the reunion in Phillips Brooks House today nearly all of the 36 living members of the Class of 1864. There were 99 men in '64 who completed their four years and 44 who were associated with the class for a part of that time. The large number of men who did not graduate is accounted for by the fact that many of them went to war. Forty-one members of the class, either graduate or associate, took part in the Rebellion—35 in the Union Army and six in the Confederate Army. Of the 99 graduates, almost every one took a further degree than the A.B., and more than a third studied medicine or law.
Alumni make their way to reunion headquarters at Quincy House to check in for their first day of fiftieth reunion programming on Monday afternoon.
At the 50th reunion headquarters in Quincy courtyard, a welcome sign stretches the length of the reception tent. There is ...