Brandice Canes-Wrone ’93, left, and Stephanie Schueppert ’93 at the 2023 P-rade.
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The Class of 1964

A Mile a Minute Is Our Speed


Our celebration begins Thursday with a class dinner at our headquarters next to Clio Hall, across from Nassau Hall. We expect to host more than 300 people, including at least 160 classmates, their spouses, and other guests. Daytime activities will begin Friday when our class sponsors a medical seminar at McDonnell Hall at 1:30 p.m., and we’ll have a live band, Anastasia & the Dreamers, perform Friday night. After the P-rade, DJs will play on Saturday night. 

From left, ’64 reuners: Rich Kalyn,  Chuck Schomann, Larry Greenfield,  Dennis Horn, Harvey Plasse, and  Mike Gervers at Reunions 2009.
From left, ’64 reuners: Rich Kalyn, Chuck Schomann, Larry Greenfield, Dennis Horn, Harvey Plasse, and Mike Gervers at Reunions 2009.
Photo: Beverly Schaefer

The Class of 1969

4 Days of Peace & Music


It will be a jam-packed weekend for the Class of 1969! We’ll kick off Thursday night with a Princeton Internships in Civic Service (PICS) reception at our class headquarters at Scully Hall, and afterward we will have dinner and music from DJ Freddi Campbell. Friday will roll on with breakfast and lunch at our headquarters, followed by a wine and cheese tasting, a jazz band at headquarters, a visit from President Christopher Eisgruber ’83, and a class dinner. Our night will close with a performance by the Around Town Band.

Saturday will be busy as well, with breakfast at headquarters, a class photo at 10:30 a.m. at Whig-Clio, and then a memorial service at the Princeton Chapel. After a quick lunch back at headquarters, we’ll join the P-rade, which will be followed by a cocktail reception and class dinner and meeting before the 9 p.m. fireworks. We’ll close out our celebration with a Jimmy Buffett tribute performance by The Landsharks Band before seeing everyone off at Sunday brunch.

The Class of 1974

Super Stars in Stripes Streaking Back for the 50th


Our weekend will feature a huge array of activities, performances, and memories — including but not limited to two Class of 1974 Alumni-Faculty Forums at class headquarters, four student a cappella performances, and videos and slideshows of our time on campus, including the Academy-Award-winning short documentary Princeton: A Search for Answers, which was produced during our undergraduate years. 

Our 50th will kick off on Thursday with a musical performance from Clay Bell/Bell & Co at class headquarters, along with the Class of 2024 slideshow. Friday begins with a class memorial service at Nassau Presbyterian Church officiated by Dean Alison Boden, then we’ll have a festive class dinner on Alexander Beach and close with dancing to Jump Street on Friday night.

Saturday will be jam-packed, beginning with our class photo on the Blair steps in the morning. Our grand P-rade entrance will include two floats, five performance groups, and more than 700 classmates and guests. We’ll have a visit from President Eisgruber at Saturday night’s dinner and a performance by the East Coast Band to close out Saturday night. And don’t miss the return of our six giant rockstar heads!

From left: Pat Kuntz Falcone ’74;  her husband, Roger Falcone ’74; and  Ron Krauss ’74 at Reunions 2009.
From left: Pat Kuntz Falcone ’74; her husband, Roger Falcone ’74; and Ron Krauss ’74 at Reunions 2009.
Photo: Beverly Schaefer

The Class of 1979

Family Classics


Our theme builds on our popular and unifying 40th reunion theme, “We Are Family.” As many of us hit retirement age, this theme gives us a platform to reminisce about and celebrate the journeys we have made individually and as a class since graduation. We will be bringing back all our prior themes and costumes from past major reunions in a P-rade format that will surely become a classic itself (stay tuned!) throughout an event-filled weekend. 

True to form, we will have great live dance music both Friday and Saturday nights, and a DJ on Thursday night to warm us up after a wine tasting hosted by vintners Larry Tsai ’79 and Dave Parker ’79
and various other activities. Prior to our class surf and turf dinner at Palmer House on Friday night, there will be opportunities to hear several members of our class on Alumni-Faculty Forum panels and to relax together at our headquarters in Holder Courtyard, which will be decorated with “Family Classic” photo and video moments. Other activities include a paint-and-sip and our inaugural live ’79 Radio Hour — which will be broadcast and captured on video from the Mathey Common Room for those who can’t join live.

As always, we’re trying to keep sustainability and giving back top of mind: Carbon offsets, Earth Cups, and refillable water bottles are a mainstay, and we tried to limit this year’s addition to our Reunions costume collection, both to limit the amount of clothing used and to keep costs down. Our class service project is a collaboration with Our Kids Read, a child literacy nonprofit that is the brainchild of Jahmal Lake ’98. On Thursday, we will be hosting and reading with a group of children from local schools and sending them home with an array of diverse books and other goodies. Classmates who won’t be on campus can participate through book donations. 

We are looking forward to marching back! 

Tory Mertens Thorman ’79, left, and Nancy Curtin ’79 at Reunions 2009.
Tory Mertens Thorman ’79, left, and Nancy Curtin ’79 at Reunions 2009.
Photo: Frank Wojciechowski

The Class of 1984 

Feelin’ Groovy — Born in the ’60s, Lovin’ Our 60s


Headquartered in Yeh College across Poe Field — a new frontier for the Class of ’84 — our Reunions celebration will feature a Saturday night class dinner at the Princeton boathouse and live music all three nights, including performances by the Sultans in their Reunions debut Friday night, and the Right On Band, a perennial Reunions favorite, on Saturday night. It’s a great music lineup that will have us feelin’ groovy!

Our outfits this year are based upon a 1984 Feelin’ Groovy fabric — large 1960s flowers on an orange background. Members of the Class of 1984 will be decked out in short-sleeved shirts and bucket hats made from this fabric, and our T-shirts will also bear the Feelin’ Groovy logo.

Cliff Galanis ’84 marches along the Reunions route in 2009.
Cliff Galanis ’84 marches along the Reunions route in 2009.
Photo: Beverly Schaefer

The Class of 1989

We Got Game!


Our theme embodies the true spirit of the Class of 1989 — we enjoy a good game and we’re up for any challenge. Whether we’re talking about a brain-teasing puzzle, a brawny team sport, or another friendly competition (musical chairs?!), we fully engage both mentally and physically and always keep it FUN!  

Ready, set, go! On Thursday, arriving classmates will be told “Go Directly to Registration! Do Not Pass Go!” where play begins. We’ll have class photo jigsaw puzzles, “Grad Libs,” special playing cards with our 35th reunion logo, and even a custom crossword created by New York Times crossword creator Ryan McCarty ’14. 

 On Friday, we’ll head to the playing fields down campus for a fierce game of kickball. In the spirit of our theme, our community service project that afternoon will be a competitive, memory-jogging and classmate-bonding 1989 Game Show to raise funds and collect games for children in the underserved communities of central New Jersey. Simon says on Friday night we will be dancing to ’80s tribute band Jessie’s Girl followed by DJ Shirin. We will also be entertained by the Katzenjammers and Old NasSoul. 

 On Saturday, we’ll celebrate Princeton’s undefeated 1889 national championship football team and don our vintage ’89 football jerseys for the P-rade, before closing out our weekend rocking to DJ Kristaval Saturday night. As we march together as a class, we’ll show everyone that as the Class of 1989 we all got game — we just express it in different ways. 

The Class of 1994

Studio 94


Our 30th reunion kicks off Friday night with cocktail hour and a class dinner, before our very own “Studio 94” opens with a performance by Golden Bell.

Our Saturday schedule will feature a class lunch, a performance by the Wildcats a cappella group, a costume contest after the fireworks, and a performance by The Disco Nights to headline “Studio 94” in style.

When it’s night and the lights are low, the Studio 94 dance floor will be the place to go!

The Class of 1999:

Blockbuster 25th: Be Kind, Rewind to ’99


Classmates from the Great Class of 1999 will enjoy a throwback to our college years,  incorporating the movies, music, and memories that defined our time on campus.

Thursday evening will feature a ’90s dance party at our Reunions headquarters. On Friday night, after a class cocktail reception and class dinner at Jadwin Gym from 5 to 8 p.m., we will enjoy The S.O.U.L. S.Y.S.T.E.M., a band of world-class entertainers that has played for President Joe Biden, the New York Yankees, Julia Roberts, and Lenny Kravitz. On Saturday, after a special brunch, the Class of 1999’s 25th reunion class photo will take place at 1 p.m. at Blair Arch before we shake things up in the one and only P-rade. On Saturday evening, epic party band Saved by the 90s will play quality ’90s hits. DJ Jenna, who had ’99’s 20th reunion rocking until closing time in 2019, will provide late night entertainment Thursday through Saturday. 

Numerous classmates will be speaking as part of Alumni-Faculty Forums, and kids and teens will find plenty of entertainment at our headquarters — offerings will include a bounce house slide, a photo booth, retro movies, an arcade, a laser tag competition with the Class of ’94 at Plummer Field on Friday afternoon, and a fun assortment of other games and activities. We are also planning a community service volunteer event to provide critical supplies to local nonprofits.

Get ready to party like it’s 1999!

Keith Mukai ’99 celebrates in style at Reunions 2009.
Photo: Frank Wojciechowski

The Class of 2004

JurNassau Park


Friends and fellow alumni, welcome to JurNassau Park!

The Great Class of 2004 will be celebrating our 20th with a theme inspired by the iconic movie Jurassic Park! Our home base for the weekend will be Little-Edwards Courtyard, but if you have trouble finding it, just keep an eye out for the JurNassau Park gate!

We have an action-packed weekend planned, starting with a class dinner on Thursday, followed by live music from Tramps Like Us later that night. On Friday, things will really start to roar with more class meals, fun activities for kids of all ages, classmates speaking at Alumni-Faculty Forums, our class memorial service, and a community service activity with the Class of 1999, culminating with a cocktail hour and Friday night feast. Hello Brooklyn will perform Friday night to cap the second day of the weekend.

On Saturday, keep an eye out for Din04s marching down the P-rade route in our Jurassic Park-inspired dino-safari costumes, chasing after little dinos in custom-made dino-hoodies. Rubix Kube will headline the Saturday night entertainment lineup as we close out Reunions 2024 with a bang!

The Class of 2004 aced Reunions 2019 with its tennis theme.
Photo: Frank Wojciechowski

The Class of 2009



Dust off your boots and grab your hats as we celebrate our 15th reunion with a rip-roarin’ rodeo theme! Join classmates for a wild ride as we round up old friends, lasso laughter, and kick up some dust. On Friday night, 2009’s favorite, Tramps Like Us, will return to transport us straight to the streets of Asbury Park. On Saturday night, Kickin’ Nash will get our boots stompin’ to classic and modern country hits. 

Outside of music, we’ll have a class dinner on Friday night, a class brunch ahead of the P-rade, and a class community service project Saturday morning — look for the Class of ’09’s event listing for supporting local street outreach programs. Young buckaroos will enjoy a bounce house and other activities throughout the weekend, so hold on tight, ’cause they’re fixin’ to make some memories that’ll last a lifetime!

The Class of 2009 said “here we go” at Reunions 2019 with a Nintendo theme.
The Class of 2009 said “here we go” at Reunions 2019 with a Nintendo theme.
Photo: Beverly Schaefer

The Class of 2014

Malibu 10


With the Class of 2014, you are enough! We will celebrate our 10th reunion with one of our childhood must-haves: Barbie. We’re kicking off on Thursday with one of the hottest bands in the tri-state area, Modern Luxe. On Friday, we’ll have a class brunch and dinner, and then sing our hearts out to all of our favorite songs with cover band Take Your Shoes Off. After the P-rade on Saturday, we’ll dance the night away with DJ Mal. We’ll then close things out and say goodbye until next year at a class brunch on Sunday.

The Class of 2014 says aloha at Reunions 2019.
The Class of 2014 says aloha at Reunions 2019.
Photo: Frank Wojciechowski

The Class of 2019

The 19th Hole!


Think nostalgic and fun-loving when it comes to our theme, the 19th Hole, which is slang for a pub, bar, or restaurant on or near a golf course where golfers and non-golfers alike continue the day after the standard 18 holes of golf, making the bar the “19th hole.” 

Our theme pokes fun at old-school and buttoned-up traditional golf garb and decorum in a whimsical, tongue-in-cheek manner — our tent will be dubbed the “19th Hole,” a watering hole, of sorts, where we will gather after a long time apart. Featuring retro-inspired golf apparel, orange bucket hats, and sunglasses, our fifth reunion will also include a photo station with art from Kate Northrop ’19 and other alumni, and you can be sure to follow along on social media @classof19reunions.

At headquarters in the Pyne-1901 Courtyard, our fifth celebration will feature a Friday class-only dinner with a performance by the band Diamonds in Jupiter and music all through the weekend by DJs Max Meissner, Elias Berbari ’19, and Christopher Ratsimbazafy-Da Silva ’19, and performances by the bands Variable Elements, Up All-Nighters, and Faces for Radio. 

Other fun things include “mini-golf” at the P-rade, with fun retro, childhood-inspired snacks on Whitman Hill carted around in a wagon for revelers to enjoy — perhaps one might go for a sandwedge from Holegie Haven too — as well as a class goal of a cumulative 2,019 hours “in the service of humanity” in honor of and leading up to our fifth reunion celebration.


Magic in Orange & Black

The APGA has activities planned from morning to night for this year’s reunion. On Thursday, celebrate with grad students who just finished their general exams before dancing to Bad Tiger, a blues and classic rock band fronted by Dan Ruth *22 and Alby Padovan *22, which will be followed by Angel Mirage’s (Gabe Moore *21) drag show. On Friday night, DJ Neurodive, DJ Classic, and Los Habaneros, will entertain at performances co-sponsored by A4P, ABPA, and ALPA. Silver Arrow is on tap for Saturday night. Throughout the weekend enjoy Alumni-Faculty Forums, festive meals, and receptions at Cuyler Courtyard, along with individual department receptions.