*
Forever Blue Jays
June 2, 2010  |  by Johns Hopkins Staff
Left to right: In the days leading up to Alumni Weekend, thousands of Homewood undergraduates signed a giant thank-you card that was presented to alumni at a luncheon honoring scholarship supporters

In the days leading up to Alumni Weekend, thousands of Homewood undergraduates signed a giant thank-you card that was presented to alumni at a luncheon honoring scholarship supporters.

Over Alumni Weekend 2010, Homewood was practically bursting with programs, events, student volunteers, and—of course—alumni. With help from the new Student Alumni Society (an organization formed last year to improve undergraduate life and appreciation of campus traditions like Reunion), 4,704 alumni were welcomed back to campus for crab cakes, lacrosse, a wine tasting, and Reunion’s first-ever family tent with free kid-friendly activities (including a fire-eating sword swallower). True to the spirit of President Ron Daniels’ commitment to “one university,” graduates not just from Homewood but from all nine academic divisions were invited to participate in a university-wide career networking panel, plus division-specific programming from the Carey Business School, the Peabody Institute, and the School of Education. Visit alumni.jhu.edu/reunion to view a film recap of the weekend and a class-by-class photo gallery. We hope to see you for Alumni Weekend 2011.

Photos by Stuart Watson and Will Kirk


Add your thoughts

Comment moderation is enabled, no need to resubmit any comments posted.