Reunion Weekend

Reunion went virtual (April 30 – May 2, 2021), welcoming classes ending in 0, 1, 5, and 6, and recent grads.

It was our first virtual #BrownReunion! This year’s events were free—and readily available to all alumni whether you’re across the Providence River or across the globe. Check back for a visual recap of the weekend’s events, coming soon, and in the meantime read all about it in this article from University communications.

See What Happened

Find a variety of events both inspired by Reunions past—such as concerts and class get-togethers—plus fun this-year-only activities like a virtual photo booth and virtual class lounges!
Show your Brown pride. Begin your Reunion experience with custom Zoom backgrounds, special cocktail/mocktail recipes, Spotify playlists through the decades, and more.
Rekindling friendships is now more important than ever, so don’t miss this chance to reconnect with those who knew you when. Check out what interesting activities we’ve cooked up for your class get-together.

See who attended.

Scan the live RSVP list.

Make your Reunion Class Gift.

Give back to where it all began. Commemorate your Reunion year with a gift to the Brown Annual Fund.

Connect with Classmates

Rekindling friendships is now more important than ever, so don’t miss this chance to reconnect with those who knew you when. Check out what interesting activities we’ve cooked up for your class get-together and get ready to reminisce about your days on College Hill.

Why Celebrate Reunion?

This year’s Reunion Weekend will truly be one of a kind. Reminisce about the old memories and make some new ones with more Brunonians than ever before. But don't just take our word for it. Here’s what some alumni had to say about Reunions past:
 

“I spent the weekend soaking in all of the greatness of our community and remembering and honoring the place that gave me my voice and wings.”

— JASMIN TORRES '08
 

“The immediacy of connection, rekindling of friendships and shared stories…Discovering threads that kept us linked across decades and continents.”

—LIA ZOGRAFOU ’88
 

“The deep sense of shared community is just amazing.”

—DARCY BROWN-MARTIN ’88

 

And here’s what one alum had to say about this year’s upcoming Reunion:

“I'm excited for Friday night’s Unity Celebration, which is a wonderful opportunity for members of Brown's affinity groups to come together in one place. And it is a time when we can all celebrate the achievements of the graduating students together and raise a toast to their success.”

—RYAN G. W. GRUBBS ’10

Read more about the decision to hold a virtual Reunion and Commencement in the letter sent on January 21 to the campus community by President Christina H. Paxson. 

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