Alumni know how to rockThe events kicked off Friday, June 2 with a special screening of the documentary Rock This Town, produced by Betty Anne Keller (BA ’69). The film follows the rich and surprising history of live music in the Waterloo Region, largely initiated by Joe Recchia (BASc ’68, MASc ’71), who became a local music promoter after hosting successful dances for students and community members. The film and post-screening chat brought more than 300 alumni and friends to Federation Hall.
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Faculty and program events showcase changeEvents continued the following morning with Facultyand program-specific experiences. Alumni joined Faculty tours to see how campus and student experiences have changed. Some also had the opportunity to hear from current students, faculty members and Deans who shared the latest news and visions for the future.
See more photos in our Alumni Weekend Open Houses Facebook album
Anniversary luncheon brings back memoriesWithout a doubt, Alumni Weekend’s flagship event was the Forever Black and Gold Luncheon, a special celebration for alumni celebrating milestone anniversaries. More than 200 guests joined us to honour the classes who graduated 25, 50, 55 or 60 years ago. The nostalgia was palpable, with multiple alumni donning their leather jackets, and interactive displays from the Library’s Special Collections and Archives.
See more photos in our Alumni Weekend Luncheon Facebook album
Thank you to everyone who joined us for Alumni Weekend! We hope to see you at future events!