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Alumni Weekend

Thank you to all the alumni and families who made the trip back to Chestertown to celebrate Alumni Weekend together!

Annual Alumni Weekend Survey

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Save the Date for Alumni Weekend 2015

May 29, 30 and 31

Honored Classes
2010 | 2005 | 2000 | 1995 | 1990 | 1985 | 1980 | 1975 | 1970 | 1965 | OWLS

Alumni Weekend 2014 in Photos

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    The class of 1954 gathered to dedicate the elm tree, planted beside the outdoor classroom in honor of the Elm Tree Fund, an endowment to help with students’ short-term financial needs and emergencies.
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    The ’90s Crab Feast on the Chester hosted by the Classes of 1994 & 1999 celebrated the 15th and 20th reunion classes with crabs, beer, and 90s tunes. 

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    Ian Flinn ’16 dazzled audiences with his one-man magic show making tables float, objects multiply and cell phones fit inside balloons.
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    Alumni, faculty, and families gathered on the Hodson Green for picnic fare on Saturday, May 31st.  Chester River Runoff was on hand to provide the best bluegrass entertainment for a sunny afternoon!
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    Peer Mentors reminisced about training at Echo Hill, bonding with mentees, breaking the ice at Playfair and making the “transition.”
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    Alumni gathered on the deck of the Rose O’Neill Literary House to sample wines made by local Crow Farm Vineyard with Doug Carter ’12. In the solarium, Laura Pritchett Oliver ’75 reads from her personal work, The Story Within, and discusses writing in a personal context.
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    Alumni, friends and family gathered in the McLain Atrium to celebrate the retirement of Dr. James Siemen, Professor of Psychology for over 30 years. Guests enjoyed Lays potato chips and glass bottles of Coke; two of Dr. Siemen’s favorite things.
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    Whose line IS it anyway? Dramalumni went head-to-head in a battle of wits, comedy and improvisation playing classic acting games featured on the popular show Whose Line Is It Anyway? The crowd enjoyed the side-splitting action packed comedy, as actors jumped, danced, cried and sang. The competition was fierce, and in the end judges Dale Daigle, Tim Maloney and Jason Rubin declared everyone a winner!
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