September 2014

Reunion 2014

In Pictures and Fun Facts

All photos by Jim Roese (unless otherwise noted)

In May, the Bryn Mawr Alumnae Association welcomed classes of graduation years ending in four and nine as well as alumnae of the 90’s decade for Reunion 2014 and a glorious weekend of fun, friendship, and regeneration. The Bulletin compiled this album of some of our favorite photos and reunion facts to commemorate the weekend.

 

962 alumnae and guests attended Reunion 2014, the fourth highest on record.

President Kim Cassidy received a standing ovation for her State of the College address on Saturday afternoon.

President Kim Cassidy received a standing ovation for her State of the College address on Saturday afternoon.

 

Taking a selfie on Wyndham Green.

Taking a selfie on Wyndham Green. 

 

Dean Darlyne Bailey (third from left) presented the Alumnae/i Achievement Awards to the following recipients at the GSSWSR dessert reception (from left): Anthony Morelli, M.S.S. ’12; Basha Silverman, M.S.S. ’12; Jennifer Stotter, M.S.S. ’99, Ph.D. ’10; and the parents of award- winner Kyra Turner-Zogbekor, Ph.D. ’13.

Dean Darlyne Bailey (third from left) presented the Alumnae/i Achievement Awards to the following recipients at the GSSWSR dessert reception (from left): Anthony Morelli, M.S.S. ’12; Basha Silverman, M.S.S. ’12; Jennifer Stotter, M.S.S. ’99, Ph.D. ’10; and the parents of award- winner Kyra Turner-Zogbekor, Ph.D. ’13.

The big tent on Merion Green measured a whopping 8,800 square feet,

took 11 hours to erect, and included a cook tent and stage.

Celebrating their 5-year reunion, members of the Class of 2009 enjoy dinner on Friday night.

Members of the Class of 2004 celebrated  their 10-year Reunion.

Members of the Class of 2004 celebrated their 10-year Reunion.

  

1964 with mask

The Class of 1964 having some fun with their class photo. The masks were reprinted from yearbook photos. Photographs by Robert Wood.

 

 

1964 no mask

 

 The Class of 1984 smashed the record for a 30th reunion with 60 alumnae in attendance.

 

Carlson resized

Hilary Carlson ’64 received a Lifetime of Service award.

 

Hoskins

Marot Hoskins ’04 (pictured on the right with Christy Allen ’90) received the Young Alumna Service Award.

 

 

74 current students were employed to work as class helpers, runners, golf cart operators, van drivers, and more.

Sally Zeckhauser ’64 (pictured with President Kim Cassidy) received a Lifetime of Service Award

Sally Zeckhauser ’64 (pictured with President Kim Cassidy) received a Lifetime of Service Award.

 

Susan MacLaurin ’84 received the Distinguished Alumna Service Award.

Susan MacLaurin ’84 received the Distinguished Alumna Service Award.

 

 

Alumnae Association Executive Board members Trisha Hall ’98, Christy Allen ’90, and Chris Nevill ’97 at Pen-y-Groes.

Alumnae Association Executive Board members Trisha Hall ’98, Christy Allen ’90, and Chris Nevill ’97 at Pen-y-Groes.

 217 alumnae returned for the ’90s Decade Reunion, the highest-ever attendance for a decade reunion.

The Parade of Classes makes its way into the big tent on Merion Green for the Annual Meeting on Sunday morning.

The Parade of Classes makes its way into the big tent on Merion Green for the Annual Meeting on Sunday morning.

 

The weather was perfect for relaxing in one of the many hammocks along Senior Row.

The weather was perfect for relaxing in one of the many hammocks along Senior Row.

 

 

The Class of 1999 belts out Galileo by the Indigo Girls at Step Sing.

The Class of 1999 belts out Galileo by the Indigo Girls at Step Sing.

 

Members of the Class of 1964 returned to campus for their 50th Reunion (from left): Dr. Barbara Harley, Molly Tinsley, Sandra Robinson Tyrer, Rose Zweig Starr, and Sallee Lipshutz.

Members of the Class of 1964 returned to campus for their 50th Reunion (from left): Dr. Barbara Harley, Molly Tinsley, Sandra Robinson Tyrer, Rose Zweig Starr, and Sallee Lipshutz.

Murray Mallett-Stein ’89, Lynn Oschmann ’89, and Leigh Tamaroff ’89 celebrated their 25th Reunion.

 

Our beloved Bryn Mawr owl welcomes Carolyn Lloyd ’99 and a “little one” to campus.
Our beloved Bryn Mawr owl welcomes Carolyn Lloyd ’99 and a “little one” to campus.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Comments on “Reunion 2014”

  1. The group shot identified as the Class of 1984 is not — it’s a second shot of the Class of 1964 group.

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