Alumni may request one ticket
The program includes welcoming remarks and acknowledgments by Cynthia A. Torres AB '80, MBA '84, president of the Harvard Alumni Association (HAA); the announcement of Overseer and HAA Board election results; the presentation of the Harvard Medals; remarks by Drew Gilpin Faust, president of Harvard University and Lincoln Professor of History; and an address by the Commencement speaker, Deval Patrick AB '78, JD '82, who recently concluded two terms as the 71st governor of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Class of 1995 Welcome Cocktails with hors d'oeuvres and open bar
Arts-and-crafts maven Lucia Norberg will facilitate the activities while musician Rick Goldin strums along on his guitar.
William James Hall, 33 Kirkland Street (map)
This is a presentation of a wide variety of animals (alligators, bunnies, lemurs, etc.). The handler will bring out one animal at a time, give a presentation about their habitat, and provide some background and fun facts. After each presentation, the handler will walk around the room and allow the children to pet/touch the animals.
Memorial Hall, Sanders Theatre (map)
Join fellow reunioning Harvard and Radcliffe College alumni/ae for a series of TED-style talks by prominent Harvard faculty members and alumni. These leading scholars will explore current, on-campus advances in teaching and learning.
Moderated by Michael D. Smith, Edgerley Family Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences and John H. Finley, Jr. Professor of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Faculty participants include: Michael Puett, Walter C. Klein Professor of Chinese History in the Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations, Chair of the Committee on the Study of Religion (how ancient philosophy enriches students' lives)
Elsie M. Sunderland, Associate Professor of Environmental Science and Engineering, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences and T.H. Chan School of Public Health (how climate change affects human and ecological health)
Jason Ur, Professor of Archaeology, Director of the Archeology Program, Director of the Center for Geographic Analysis, Project Director for the Erbil Plain Archaeological Survey (archeological, drone-based explorations in the Middle East).
Science Center, Hall B
An Informal conversation with Drew Gilpin Faust, President of Harvard University and Lincoln Professor of History.
Memorial Hall - Queen's Head Pub (map)
Barker Center (old Freshman Union); 12 Quincy Street; Cambridge, MA 02138 (map)
Jump start Reunion weekend with a summery celebration at our old Freshman Union. Casual dinner, open bar, and entertainment.
Malkin Athletic Center (MAC) 39 Holyoke Street (map)
Distance is multiple choice:
Sanders Theatre (map)
Join fellow classmates for coffee and an interactive morning program hosted by John Berman '95, Co-anchor of CNN's morning show Early Start. The program will feature a conversation with David Malan, Gordon McKay Professor of the Practice of Computer Science, who has transformed CS50 into the most popular class on campus, followed by personal reflections from a group of classmates including Robert Carlock '95, Paul DePodesta '95, Melissa Francis '95, Henry Nguyen '95, Kate Darnton Stepanian '95, and James White '95. Other classmates in attendance will be asked to share their reflections as well. The morning will also include a surprise guest appearance by someone special to the Class of 1995.
Harvard Athletics – Murr Indoor Tennis Courts, 65 N. Harvard St., Boston, MA 02134 (map)
A family-style picnic giving you a chance to catch-up with classmates and their families. The Class of 1995 has a designated section of the Murr Tennis Courts reserved with places to eat and socialize, as well as activities for younger children. There will also be a family fun zone at the Gordon Indoor Track with inflatable rides, Guitar Hero, Dance Dance Revolution, games, and more for all ages.
Kirkland House Annex Courtyard
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Lowell House Library ("D" Entrance)
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The highlight of the weekend! Enjoy cocktails, dinner, and dancing with classmates indoors and in the courtyard of newly renovated Leverett House.