Alumni, Families, and Friends Celebrate at Reunion 2014

From Near and Far, Bantams Come Home to Trinity to Reconnect, Reminisce, and Have Fun

More than 800 alumni and family members returned to Trinity for Reunion 2014, June 12-15. This year’s Reunion classes (years ending in 4s and 9s) were well-represented ’neath the elms—and everywhere else on campus—as they reminisced with friends, enjoyed alumni- and faculty-led presentations, and participated in tours, open houses, class dinners, and other events.

What could be better than hanging with the Bantam at breakfast? Tiffany Pearson '04  and Ingrid Howell '04 catch up at their class's 10th Reunion.
Phineas Anderson '64 models the 50th Reunion Hat.
The festivities got under way Thursday with a Class of 1964 reception, dinner, and squash demonstration and continued nonstop through Sunday morning. A bout of rain Friday gave way to sunny skies for the weekend, providing a perfect backdrop for the bagpipe-led Parade of Classes down the Long Walk. Also on Saturday, alumni awards and class gifts were presented at Alumni Convocation, which featured remarks by President James F. Jones, Jr., who retires on June 30 after a decade as president.  Sunday morning’s offerings included a conversation with President-elect Joanne Berger-Sweeney at Vernon Social, which saw standing-room-only attendance. View photos from Reunion 2014 here and here