Class of 1967 50-year Reunion

As the cherry trees blossom this spring, celebrate tradition, relive fond memories of your campus days and enjoy good times at the Class of 1967 Reunion, April 8–9, 2017.

Part of Parent & Family Weekend, this special occasion is the perfect opportunity to come back to campus to connect with friends old and new, and rediscover what makes the UW such a transformational place.

Reunion Banquet

UWAA members: $75 | Non-members: $85

Online registration is now closed. Walk-ups will be accepted at the door.

Sat. April 8, 5–9 p.m.
The Landing at Tyee

Enjoy gourmet cuisine and unparalleled views at this evening of fun and memories at the Landing at Tyee on Lake Union. UW President Ana Mari Cauce will deliver remarks, and the Husky Marching Band and Cheer Squad will give a spirited performance of Husky favorites.

Reunion Sunday

The reunion continues with a day on campus!
UWAA members: $35 | Non-members: $40

Online registration for this event is now closed.

Golden Graduates Brunch

Sun. April 9, 10 a.m.–12 p.m. 

A brunch celebrating our most distinguished group of alumni — you. The Class of ’67 will receive special recognition as the UW’s newest golden graduates — alumni that graduated more than 50 years ago.

Campus Tours and Panel Discussion

Sun. April 9, 12–5 p.m.
Enjoy a walking tour guided by current Husky students, and return to a campus filled with both memories and innovation alike. Stop by the storied Conibear Shellhouse and toast the Huskies at the Old Canoe House. Explore the offices of the Daily UW and converse with Daily editors from the ’60s and today. (Transportation provided to the athletic campus, but there will still be lots of walking; comfortable shoes highly recommended.)

We can’t wait to welcome you back!

More reunion events

Saturday, April 8

As part of Parent & Family Weekend, you are invited to enjoy two free lectures at Kane Hall. These events are open to the public and offer a taste of the latest scholarship and discovery taking place on campus.

11 a.m. – noon War Games! Sport, Spectacle, and Violence in the Ancient and Modern Worlds, by Sarah C. Stroup PhD, Associate Professor of Classics, Jewish Studies, and Comparative Religion

1 – 2 p.m. Gifts of the Crow: How Perception, Emotion, and Thought Allow Smart Birds to Behave Like Humans, by John Marzluff, Ph.D., Professor of Wildlife Science

Make a gift to the Class of 1967 Veterans Scholarship.