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Thank you for attending Reunions Online!

Alumni-Faculty Forums recordings now available

A Reunions tradition for more than 40 years, the Alumni-Faculty Forums (AFFs) continued on Zoom this year, virtually bringing together alumni panelists from around the world during Reunions Online. A total of 20 AFFs were held and recorded.

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The One and Only P-rade!

With Joe Schein ’37 leading the Old Guard, an epic welcome to the Class of 2020 and every class in between celebrated, this year’s virtual P-rade was one for the record books!

Watch President Christopher L. Eisgruber’s Address to the Princeton Community

“Old Nassau”

Performed by the University Glee Club
Arranged and Conducted by Gabriel Crouch, Director of Choral Activities

Congratulations to the Class of 2020!

Princeton alumni offer greetings to the University’s most recent alumni.

#ThrowbackThursday: Women married to the @princetonalumni of the Class of 1899 were not invited to their class dinner for their 20th #PrincetonReunions in 1919, so they had their own party instead. #TBT

In view of ongoing concerns related to the pandemic, #PrincetonReunions and the postponed Commencement ceremony for the Class of 2020 will not take place on campus this spring.

In view of ongoing concerns related to the pandemic, we have made the difficult decision that Reunions will not take place on campus and will be held as a virtual event this May. #PrincetonReunions

Now, on the Princeton Campus’ Most Wanted: Alec

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Did you know that all of the Alumni-Faculty Forums from #PrincetonReunions Online were recorded?

Watch them now! https://t.co/kD5pIMHAy7

May 20 - 23, 2021REUNIONS ONLINE

 In partnership with our public health officials and alumni leaders, we have made the difficult decision that Reunions will be held online this May due to the COVID-19 pandemic.