Reunion Weekend: May 30 – June 2, 2019

Class of 1994 - 25th Reunion

Registration for Reunion is now open!

This incredible weekend, May 30–June 2, 2019, will be chock-full of joy, entertainment, activities, memories, and of course, Bowdoin dining. You don’t want to miss it! Have fun and laugh with old friends, make new connections, and dive into everything that’s happening across campus.

Prefer to mail us a paper form? Printable forms are available online.

Check out the Reunion brochure for your introduction to the full Reunion experience. A full weekend schedule will be available online in late April 2019.

 

As of March 20, the following people have registered for the Class of 1994’s 25th Reunion:

Russell Crandall ’94
Melissa Perrelli Foley ’94
Katie Gilbert ’94
Dave Johnson ’94
Amy Sachrison ’94

 

Dear Classmates,

When we graduated from Bowdoin in 1994, “social media” meant posters and flyers in the mailroom. If people were “online,” it meant they were queued up for lunch at Coles Tower. And the only thing with 24-hour connectivity was the Coke machine in the basement of Moulton Union. While much has changed since our senior year, the memories and friendships made during our time at Bowdoin remain as strong as ever. We invite you back for a weekend on campus to celebrate our milestone 25th Reunion, Thursday, May 30 through Sunday, June 2.

The weekend offers a packed schedule of events, including Reunion Talks by alumni, faculty, and staff, a boat trip to Eagle Island in Casco Bay, special evening access to the Bowdoin College Museum of Art, Reunion Convocation ceremony, and yes, a Bowdoin lobster bake!

Plus, for our 25th Reunion Class, some special programs will make this Reunion Weekend truly memorable and unique:

On Friday afternoon, classmate Russell Crandall will deliver a talk titled “Drugs and Thugs: The History and Future of America’s War on Drugs” as part of the Reunion Talks speaker series.

Our first official class gathering, the 25th Reunion Welcome Reception and Dinner, is on Friday night at the Maine Maritime Museum a few miles from campus in Bath, Maine. Buses depart from campus at 4:30 p.m. and 5:00 p.m.

On Saturday evening, after a day filled with Bowdoin traditions and campus activities, Bowdoin’s 15th President, Clayton Rose, will host the 25th Reunion for the President’s Reception. Then we’ll snap a quick Class Photo and head over to our Class of 1994 Lobster Bake. Once we’ve had our fill of lobster, we’ll return to our Class headquarters for the weekend, Psi U House (Quinby House), for the 25th Reunion House Party.

This will be a weekend to remember!

We look forward to seeing you soon beneath the pines!

Your 25th Reunion Committee