The weather was great this past weekend for Reunion. Check out photos from Reunion 2002 by clicking here Nearly 900 alumni, alumnae and their families returned to Geneva to enjoy excursions throughout the Finger Lakes, visiting places such as the Women's Rights National Historic Park in Seneca Falls, Rose Hill Mansion in Fayette and several area wineries, and activities on campus such as a tour on the Colleges’ research vessel, the HWS Explorer, a 5K run, as well as an art show at Houghton House Gallery featuring the work of the late Rev. Dr. Alger Leroy Adams, a 1932 Hobart graduate and the Colleges’ first graduate of color, and Mark Jones, associate professor of art at the Colleges and a 1972 graduate of Hobart College.
Receptions, dinners, and luncheons were shared by those returning, as well as panel discussions on “A Lifetime Legacy of Learning,” “The Eruption of Mt. Pinatubo,” and “Taking a Network from MacGyver to Mozart: From patchwork and quick fixes to a symphonic design that sings Technology Initiatives” and a lecture by Professor Emeritus of History Marvin Bram.
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