We hope you were able to join us for Reunions 2011 and reconnect with old friends, meet new ones, sample intellectual fare and march in the One and Only P-rade! The more than 24,000 alumni and families who returned to campus made this a truly memorable weekend.

Saturday morning conversation with President Shirley M. Tilghman

As always, a Reunions highlight was the Saturday morning conversation with President Shirley M. Tilghman.

Schedule of Events

Lists of 2011 events that were open to all registered Reunions participants.

View event schedules


Class Logos and Themes

Inspiring. Creative. And just plain wacky. Check out this year's Class logos and themes.

Oldest Returning Alumnus

Oldest returning alumnus, Malcolm R. Warnock '25, carried the Class of 1923 cane in a place of honor at the front of the P-rade. He is the first alumnus to participate in the P-rade at his 86th reunion!

Over 2,450 attended this year's 15 Alumni-Faculty Forums

Alumni panelists from the major reunion classes had discussions on a broad range of topics.


A variety of awards were presented to various classes, regional associations, members of the APGA and alumni volunteers at the Alumni Council Annual Luncheon.

View this year's award winners

BBC Radio 4's 'A Point of View'—The Princeton P-rade

Hear David Cannadine, Whitney J. Oates Senior Research Scholar, the Council of the Humanities; lecturer in History, reflect on American graduation ceremonies, with special mention of the Princeton “P-rade”.

PAW Reunions 2011 Issue

The PAW's annual Reunions & Commencement issue highlights all things Reunions and includes articles, videos and slideshows.

Check out the PAW's Reunions 2011 issue

Reunions History

No other institution welcomes all of its alumni and their families back for reunions on a yearly basis with the style and fanfare that is uniquely Princeton.