Dear fellow Princetonians,
On behalf of the Alumni Association of Princeton University, it is my great honor to welcome you back to Old Nassau and Reunions 2019! Your class and APGA Reunions chairs, along with volunteers from dozens of alumni organizations working with dedicated campus partners, have once again created an extraordinary weekend. On this website, you will find a full schedule of programs and activities, ranging from athletic contests and student performances to community service projects, as well as class and departmental panels and receptions. This information, along with event reminders and safety alerts, is also accessible on the Reunions Events mobile app which is available for download on both iOS and Google Play by searching for Princeton Events.
On Friday and Saturday, attend one of our 20 Alumni-Faculty Forums, featuring distinguished alumni and faculty moderators speaking on a wide range of topics including the science of happiness, artificial intelligence, migration and immigration, military interests in cybersecurity, and changing careers and retirement, just to name a few. If music is your passion, stop by the Reunions headquarters sites each evening for memorable entertainment, stroll over to the arches throughout campus to hear Princeton’s a capella groups perform, spend Friday afternoon listening to groups from the past compete in the annual Alumni Battle of the Bands, and attend the Princeton University Band’s Fred E. Fox ’39 Memorial Concert Saturday morning on Cannon Green. Also that morning at 10:30 a.m., make your way to Richardson Auditorium for President Eisgruber’s annual “Conversation with Alumni,” before the start of the One and Only P-rade, which begins at 2 p.m. sharp. Once again, the Old Guard will lead the P-rade! For the grand finale, don’t miss the spectacular lawn concert and our unrivaled fireworks on Saturday evening.
Going back is among the greatest and most longstanding of Princeton traditions. We hope that you will take this time to reconnect with old friends and meet new ones, engage your mind, enjoy the beautiful campus, and rediscover why Princeton really is “the best old place of all.”
Have a wonderful weekend!
Jennifer A. Daniels ’93 S92
President, Alumni Association of Princeton University