Reunions Awards for Reunions 2015
The following Reunions awards for Reunions 2015 were presented at the Alumni Council's Annual Reunion Lunch on Friday, May 27, 2016.
For the class, more than 50 years out of Princeton, with at least 10 members on its class rolls, having the highest percentage of members registered at Reunions.
1912 Trophy Recipient: Class of 1955 with 27%
For the largest number present at a major reunion.
1921 Plaque Recipient: Class of 2010 with 767 for their 5th Reunion
For the largest percentage of attendance at a major Reunion.
1901 Cup Recipient: Class of 2010 with 64%
For the largest percentage of attendance at an off-year Reunion.
1894 Bowl Recipient: Class of 2014 with 64%
For the largest number present at an off-year Reunion.
1915 Cup Recipient: Class of 2014 with 851
The Class of 1947 James Scott Clancy Memorial Reunion Trophy
For the best planned and run major reunion.
The Class of 1947 James Scott Clancy Memorial Reunion Trophy Recipient: Class of 1965
The leadership committee started planning early for the 50th and involved numerous classmates who were dedicated to pulling off a great 50th. In addition the 50th student crew was outstanding.
The Class of 1945 P-rade Trophy
For the most enterprising P-rade entry.
The Class of 1945 P-rade Trophy Recipient: Class of 1985 for their 30th Reunion
The 2015 judges overwhelmingly agreed that 85 United (soccer theme) was by far the most original and entertaining P-rade entry.
The Class of 1960 Quenby Award
For the Class wearing the most imaginative costume.
The Class of 1960 Quenby Award Recipient: Class of 2000 for creatively carried on the spirited tradition of reunion apparel with their "Game of 00's" theme.
The Alumni Council Committee on Reunions Award for Innovation
For particular innovation that expanded the dimension of Reunions and was not otherwise recognized.
The Alumni Council Committee on Reunions Award for Innovation Recipient: Class of 1985 for introducing the PURR — Princeton University Reunions Run — to all Reunions attendees in 2010 in conjunction with their 25th reunion service project with proceeds benefiting the Princeton Young Achievers and the World Food Program. Moreover, the Committee on Reunions applauds the Class of 1985 for coaching other 25th reunion classes to carry on the PURR tradition.