Reunion Weekend: Here and Done and Here Again

28 Oct

DePaul alumni and guests enjoying the Reunion Dinner and Celebration

Reunion Weekend 2010 is over — but what weekend it was! More than 800 alumni and friends stopped by reunion events over the course of this three-day celebration, Oct. 15-17. Thanks to everyone who was able to attend!

Here are a few quick highlights:

  • During the traditional Reunion Luncheon on Oct. 15, over 70 graduates from the Class of 1960 and earlier were welcomed into DePaul University’s Fifty Year Club.
  • Later that same day, 150 recent graduates partied at Rockit Bar & Grill in River North for the Young Alumni Reunion.
  • On Saturday, Oct. 16, hundreds of alumni and guests filed into Chicago’s beautiful Drake Hotel for a cocktail reception, three-course meal and remarks from DePaul’s president. Along with graduates celebrating a reunion year anniversary, alumni of fraternities and sororities at DePaul also reunited at a special cocktail reception — then joined the full brigade for dinner.
  • Sunday included the Reunion & Family Weekend Mass, as well as the Reunion & Family Weekend Brunch. During brunch, DMaC, a student-run men’s a capella group at DePaul, serenaded alumni and friends as they enjoyed the closing event.

Were you there? If so, we might have caught you on camera! Take a look through the Reunion Weekend Photo Gallery and see if you spot yourself. And if you couldn’t make it this year, browse the albums to see what all the fuss is about!

And even though this Reunion Weekend has come and gone, there’s always next year! Mark you calendar for Reunion Weekend 2011: Oct. 14-16.

Of course, alumni are always invited to the many special events planned throughout the year. Be sure to check the alumni events calendar regularly for DePaul activities in your area. See you soon!

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