Upcoming Events

2019 Reunions


Reunions will take place from May 30 to June 1 this year. We'll again be in Holder Courtyard and will be hosted by the Class of 1974's 45th Reunion (no fee due to our advanced age). Fritz Cammerzell will again host our Reunions Class Dinner at 108 Westerly Road, Princeton on Friday, May 31. Cocktails at 6:30 PM; Dinner at 7:30 PM . Reservations (before 5/24) are $80/person. Pay online here or checks to

     Princeton Class of 1972  
     Fritz Cammerzell,
     32 Chambers Street,
     Princeton, NJ 08542.

Our pre P-rade lunch will take place on Sat 11:30 AM at 1972 Plaza (in Front of McCosh 10) - free to classmates and guests.




Alumni Day Class Dinner (Feb 23)


Please join us for our annual Alumni Day Class Dinner on February 23, 2019 (5:30 PM) at the Nassau Club (6 Mercer St) in Princeton. Our speaker will be Ambassador Ryan Crocker, Visiting Lecturer and Diplomat in Residence (Recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom). He will talk about the Middle East. Honorary Classmate Jim McPherson h'72 will also be in attendance as a special guest.
Cost of the dinner is $100/person. You can either register here where you can pay by credit card or send a check to Fritz Cammerzell at 32 Chambers Street, Princeton, NJ 08542.
Information about other activities on Alumni Day is available here with information (and registration) on award winners, speeches and the luncheon at Jadwin.


Our 45th Reunion - June 1-4 2017

It's that time again! Our 45th Reunion (yipes!) will be held from June 1 to June 4, 2017. It hardly seems possible, but nearly 45 years have passed since we graduated. Clearly Princeton has changed dramatically in those 45 years, but, all in all, it is very much the same place that we remember and cherish. We hope that all of you will take the opportunity to return for our 45th and to reconnect with Classmates, roommates, teammates and the University itself.

We hope to conduct most of our 45th registration online. All the info you need should be on the registration page. The current list of registrants can be found here. If you have a problem, please contact Doug Harrison (703-795-5860 or haphar@gmail.com)

Tiger Camp

The Tiger Camp information, registration, and waiver form are posted on the Office of Alumni Affairs Reunions 2017 site:
Please share this information with your classmates and let them know that the early bird registration ends March 31.

Golf Carts

The online personal alumni golf cart reservation information and form is now available for your classmates.

Click here: Golf Cart Order Form

As a reminder, personal golf cart rentals for Reunions are only available for alumni with mobility issues. A golf cart can be rented for the three days of Reunions (Thursday 12:00 pmSunday 10:00 am) or for use in the P-rade only. An alumnus/a can only order one cart and we suggest that orders are placed by the end of April as we have a limited number of carts reserved with our vendor.
Please spread the news about Reunions Rover -- a transport service for alumni and guests. Student driven golf carts make continuous intra-campus loops with stops at headquarters sites, parking lots and program locations throughout Reunions weekend. This is the third year offering the Rover with plans to increase the number of Rover carts given the high marks we have received in post Reunions survey results. We hope the Rover service will cut down on the number of personal golf carts and shuttle buses on the campus pathways and roads.  

If a classmates does not have access to a computer, orders can be placed over the phone with Courtney Massari, Venue Manager, Venue Services, University Services at (609) 258-0286.


 Rod McNealy provided the following information on forum speakers scheduled for the Reunion:

2017 Alumni Faculty Forums Panels

Updated 2/22/17

  1. A Book That Changed Your Life

  1. Robert Harrist *89

  2. John Milton ’57

  3. Edward Strauss ’72

  4. Sarah Tantillo ’87

  5. Aili McConnon ’02

  1. The Creative Process: The Writer’s Craft

  1. Richard Graham ’67

  2. Lisa Gornick ’77

  3. Alan Deutschman ’87

  4. Catherine Holahan ’02


Ellen Chances *72, Slavic Languages & Literature

  1. Casting Call: Tigers In the Performing Arts

    1. Valerie Vigoda ’87

    2. Christine Young ’92

    3. Jordan Roth ’97

    4. Brian Boone ‘12

  1. To Infinity and Beyond: Space Exploration

        1. Katherine Timpano Ludwig *07

  1. James Graf ’72

  2. Michael Kaplan ’77

  3. Kenneth Chang ’87

  4. Daniel Eisenstein ’92

5. Divided We Stand: Dysfunction in D.C.

  1. Jennifer Nealin Parker *08

  2. Rick Stengel ’77

  3. Eric Fatemi ’87

  4. Gabriel Debenedetti ’12


Alan Blinder ’67, Economics & Public Affairs

6. We the People: An Inside Look from Local, State and Federal Perspectives

  1. Bill Ballenger ’62

  2. Pope "Mac” McCorkle ’77

  3. John Bellinger ’82

  4. Elizabeth Pearsall Lippincott ’87

  5. Marcos Vigil ’97

7. The Changing Nature of Politics

  1. Jim Marshall ’72

  2. Kathy Kiely ’77

  3. Bennet Ratcliff ‘87

  4. Phil Novack ’02

  5. Lindy Li ’12

8. China in the World Order

  1. Jim Stent *73

  2. Mary Wadsworth-Darby ’72

  3. Sara Judge ’82

  4. Peter Hessler ’92

  5. Marshall Roslyn ’02


Rory Truex ’07, Woodrow Wilson School

9. The Developing Landscape of Africa

  1. Frank Strasberger ’67

  2. Malaika Walton ’87

  3. Dave Kirkpatrick ’92

10. The Role of Cyber Security in a World of Nuclear Threat and Terrorism

  1. Bob Blakely ’82

  2. Laura Holgate ’87

  3. Peter Singer ’97

  4. Kate Charlet ’02

  5. Joe Kovba ’07

11. Diagnosing the Future of Medicine

  1. Tom Deuel ’57

  2. David Roberts ’72

  3. Alicia Brooks ’77

  4. Kirsten Bibbins-Domingo ’87

  5. Jonathan Rockoff ’92

12. Epidemics: Ebola, Zika, Lyme Disease – What Is Next and Are We Prepared?

  1. Andrew Dayton ’72

  2. Tina Tan ’92

  3. Celine Gounder ’97

Ask in Progress:

  1. Jeanne Santoli ’87

13. Healthcare: Stakeholders’ Perspectives

  1. Tony Fiori *03

  2. Thomas E. Williams ’57

  3. Ron Cohen ’77

  4. Karen Anderson Oliver ’87

  5. Rachel Blake ’12

14. Glass Half Empty: The Water Crisis

  1. Andrew Eil *09

  2. Jay Lehr ’57

  3. Russ Randle ’77

  4. Sally Liu ’87

  5. Bevin Ashenmiller ’92

15. Changing the Climate of Climate Change: Avoiding a Complete Meltdown

  1. Charles Munn ’77

  2. Steve Colwell ‘82

  3. Suzanne Palminteri ’87

  4. Charlie Stock ’97

  5. Mike Ott ’07

16. LGBTQ & Gender Equality for All

  1. David Huebner ’82

  2. Hayley Gorenberg ’87

  3. Justin Anderson ’02

Ask in Progress:

  1. Jennifer Abbondanza ’97

  2. Byron Austin ‘07

17. Reflections on Class & Race

  1. Charles Shorter ’62

  2. Sharon Fairley ’82

  3. Joseph "Joey” Barnett ’12

Ask in Progress:

  1. Anthony Romero ’87

  2. Danielle Hamilton ’07

18. Making IT Happen: The Next Big Thing in Tech

  1. Julio Gomez ’82

  2. Joe Kochan ’02

  3. Ryan Shea ’12

Ask in Progress:

  1. Danny Shapiro ’87

  2. Lester Mackey ’07

  3. Marco Matos ’07

19. The Future of K-12 Education

  1. Greg Farrell ’57

  2. Robert J. Burkhardt, Jr. ’62

  3. Diana Foster ’72

  4. Mark Peevy ’92

  5. Kevin Hudson ’97


Chris Campisano, Program in Teacher Preparation

20. Entrepreneurship: Sowing the Seeds of Innovation

  1. Dinni Jain ’87

  2. Duncan Van Dusen ’92

  3. Stephen Shueh ’97

  4. Jon Hayes ’07

  5. Arielle Sandor ’12

21. Changing Your Stripes: Reinventing Yourself

  1. Silas Kopf ’72

  2. Anatoly Belilovsky ’82

  3. Mike Novogratz ’87

  4. Millet Israeli ’92

  5. Lauren Imparato ’02

22. On the High Wire: Balancing Work and Life

  1. Susan Patton ’77

  2. Lisa Belkin ’82

  3. Cathy Johnston ’87

  4. William Borde-Perry ’97

23. Social Media in the World of "Fake News”

  1. Judge Andrew Napolitano ’72

  2. Lynnley Browning ’87

  3. Lou Jacobson ’92

  4. Danielle Kennedy ’07

  5. Alexis Kleinman ’12

24. Beyond the Scoreboard: The Business of Sports

  1. Larry Lucchino ’67

  2. Anne Preston, ’77

  3. Stephania Bell ’87

  4. Jen Rottenberg ’92


25. Going for the Gold: Tales from the Olympics

  1. Les Munson ’62

  2. David Hunter ’72

  3. Craig Masback ’77

  4. Gevvie Stone ’07

  5. Donn Cabral ’12


Battle of the Alumni Bands

Communication regarding a Battle of the Alumni Bands to take place at the Reunion can be viewed below. '72 band members are encouraged to participate in the fun.  

Attention all Princeton 2017 Reunions Chairs:

Reunions 2017 will be the tenth year we offer a free Friday afternoon outdoor concert, "Battle of the Alumni Bands”, featuring alumni from all the major reunion classes.  This concert is dedicated to those alumni who formed extra-curricular "party bands” while they were undergraduates at Princeton.  This letter is a call to all classmates to ask them to re-assemble their old bands and have them perform a few songs in a 15-20 minute set….. and to ask you to communicate the details of this concert to your class.

On Friday afternoon, June 2nd, 2017, between 11:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., we will hold a concert that will feature bands from every major reunion class (if available) in a tent on the lawn in front of the U-store at the foot of Blair Arch.  We’ll kick the concert off with a current undergraduate band and then feature a different alumni band every twenty minutes.  Imagine a rock and roll band from the Class of 1967 followed by a jazz group from 1957 followed by a hip-hop group from 2012! Some will be great, some good and some a little rusty… that’s part of the fun!

While many alumni are still playing and/or singing, some of our old classmates have stopped playing or have passed away. We will have a professional piano, bass, guitar and drummer standing by to fill in for any missing band members. We only require that someone in the band must have played for parties on campus or Prospect Street when they were undergraduates and that one or more living alumnus, in his reunion uniform, will perform in the concert.  Only one band per reunion class, unless we have some extra room.

Don’t worry about equipment.  We will have a complete sound system, music stands, and a back-line of amplifiers necessary for any configuration. We’ll even have instruments available; drum-set, piano, guitars and an electric bass.

We hope to have a representative band from each major reunion class from the 5th through the 75th reunion.  We will promote the concert and start times for each band so that your fellow classmates can attend the concert and cheer your class’ band on.

I am writing you, the Reunion Chairs, to ask that you forward the attached letter to your classmates, so that we can start to gauge the level of participation in this concert. It is important that this request go out to your class as soon as possible (only you can send a mass email to your class) so that we can begin the planning process.  I have attached a short version of this letter that you can use as an email or part of a class-wide mailing. Please get this out to your class at your first opportunity.

There will be no cost to your class. I am funding this concert along with the Alumni Association. It’s important that we have broad participation from all classes to ensure a diverse program. We had a blast last year and hope to make this an even better concert in 2017.

If you, or anyone on your Committee remembers a band leader from your undergraduate years, please send me his/her name and I’ll reach out to them directly.

If you need additional information or would like to discuss the details, please give me a call. 

Bill Webster ‘73



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