More than 1,000 alumni and guests used their “Passport to Oswego” June 5-8 to reconnect and reminisce with old friends and see all the exciting new changes on our lakeside campus. The weekend-long celebration included 18 mini-reunion groups and 17 milestone anniversary classes.
A total of $892,867 was raised by all Reunion classes for The Fund for Oswego. The Reunion Giving Participation Cup was awarded to the Class of 1954, with a 33 percent participation rate. The Class of 1989 broke the record for the largest gift from a class celebrating its 25th anniversary by raising $164,425, beating the previous record of $125,590 held by the Class of 1987.
Friends and family shared memories as they announced the establishment of the “Free and Easy Forever” fund, which seeks to raise money to create a new memorial between Seneca and Tyler halls for four alumni lost on 9/11 and Pan Am 103: Colleen Brunner ’90, Richard Caproni ’89, Michael Hannan ’89 and Lynne Hartunian ’89. Call 315-312-3003 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Mark your calendars for Reunion 2015—June 4–7
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