The University of
JUne 4–6, 2010
2. Weekend at a Glance
6. Class Dinners
20. Tours and Open Houses
22. Special Events
24. Breakfast, Brunches and Lunches
26. Family Fun
28. Night Life
30. General Information
Presented by the
31. General Services University of Virginia
32. New Events and Updates
Weekend at a Glance
FRIdaY, JUne 4
Time evenT LocaTion
8:00 a.m.–9:00 p.m. Reunions Weekend Check-In/Late Registration Alumni Association, 211 Emmet Street South
8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. Jefferson Scholars Foundation Open House Jefferson Fellows Center, Building C (112
9:00 a.m. Virginia Reunions Golf Tournament Birdwood Golf Course (Route 250 West)
9:30 a.m.–4:00 p.m. Monticello and Ash Lawn Excursion Departs from Alumni Hall (211 Emmet Street South)
10:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m. Hospitality Suite on the Lawn East Lawn Room #10
Noon–1:30 p.m. School of Architecture Class of 1985 25th Reunion Luncheon Outdoor Classroom, Campbell Hall South
Addition (Rain site: Kittredge Review Room
405, Elmaleh East Wing, Campbell Hall)
Noon–1:00 p.m. Davenport Field Renovations Tour Davenport Field
1:00–2:00 p.m. John Paul Jones Arena Tour John Paul Jones Arena Lobby
1:30-2:45 p.m. SeminaRS
Finding Your Kin, Part 1: Genealogy for Beginners Clemons Library 407
Cities of the Future: Green and Resilient Clark 108
Getting Teens Motivated for the College Push Maury 209
Innovation: The University’s Role in a Creative Economy Minor 125
Mapping Yourself Alderman Library Scholars Lab
Mark Twain: Is He Dead? (ends at 3:00 p.m.) Special Collections Library Auditorium
2:00–4:00 p.m. Wine Festival Newcomb Hall Main Lounge, Art Gallery and
Ballroom (3rd floor)
3:00-4:15 p.m. SeminaRS
A Collaboration toward Global Health:
Addressing Water Quality in Africa Clark 108
Current and Future Directions for the U.S. Economy and Minor 125
What You Need to Know to Survive in These Tough Times
Finding Your Kin, Part 2: U.S. Census for Genealogists Clemons Library 407
4:30–5:30 p.m. President’s Welcome and Remarks Old Cabell Hall Auditorium
5:00–7:00 p.m. Jefferson Literary and Debating Society Sippers West Lawn Room #7
5:30 p.m. Friends of Bill W. Meeting Immanuel Lutheran Church, 2416 Jefferson
5:30–7:00 p.m. School of Architecture Open House Reception Campbell Hall
5:30–7:00 p.m. Drama Department Alumni Reception Drama Building Lobby
5:30–7:00 p.m. Carr’s Hill Open House and Welcome Reception Carr’s Hill
5:30–7:30 p.m. McIntire Department of Art Reception Ruffin Hall, 3rd floor gallery
6:00–7:00 p.m. Nursing Class of 1970 Reception Pavilion V Lower Garden (Rain site: Garden Room)
6:00–9:00 p.m. Little Hoos Hanging Out Childcare Newcomb Hall Commonwealth Room
7:00-9:00 p.m. 1965 Welcome Back Reception Rotunda Esplanade (Rain site: Special
7:00–9:00 p.m. 1970 Welcome Reception Colonnade Club and Garden (Pavilion VII)
7:00–9:30 p.m. 1975 Welcome Back to the Lawn Dinner Mid-Lawn between Pavilions IX and X
(Rain site: Memorial Gymnasium)
7:00–9:00 p.m. 1980 Welcome Back Fiesta Mid-Lawn between Pavilions VII and VIII
(Rain site: North Grounds Gymnasium)
7:00–9:30 p.m. 1985 Take Me Back to 1985 Dinner Amphitheater (Rain site: Aquatic & Fitness
7:00-9:00 p.m. Class of 1990 Fiesta North Rotunda Plaza (Rain site: Slaughter
7:00–9:00 p.m. 1995 Welcome Back Reception Lawn - South end (Rain site: Student
7:00-10:00 p.m. 2000 Welcome Back Dinner The Big Tent (Alderman Library Plaza)
(Severe rain site: Aquatic & Fitness Center)
6:30–8:00 p.m. 2005 Cocktail Hour Pavilion VIII Garden (Rain site: Brooks Hall Tent)
(Severe rain site: Memorial Gymnasium)
8:00–10:00 p.m. 2005 Welcome Back Dinner Brooks Hall Tent (Severe rain site: Memorial
9:00 p.m.–midnight Little Hoos Hanging Out Childcare Newcomb Hall, Commonwealth Room
9:00–11:00 p.m. Stargazing at the McCormick Observatory Observatory Hill
9:30 p.m.–midnight Speidel, Goodrich, Goggin and Lille (SGGL) Amphitheater (Rain site: Aquatic & Fitness Center)
10:00 p.m. Class of 2005 Bar Night The Biltmore Grill
SatURdaY, JUne 5
Time evenT LocaTion
7:30 a.m. The Stumblefoot Derby Reunion Race (Two-mile road race) Aquatic & Fitness Center
8:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m. Reunions Weekend Check-In/Late Registration Alumni Association, 211 Emmet Street South
8:30 a.m.–noon Cavalier Kids’ Day (ages 5–11) Aquatic & Fitness Center
9:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m. Hospitality Suite on the Lawn East Lawn Room #10
9:00-11:00 a.m. Alumni Memorial University Chapel
9:00–11:00 a.m. Class of 1985 Continental Breakfast Colonnade Club and Garden (Pavilion VII)
9:00–11:00 a.m. Madison House 40th Anniversary Champagne Brunch Pavilion III Garden (Rain site: Jefferson Hall, Hotel C)
9:00–10:15 a.m. Alumni Children and the Admission Process and Admission Tour Maury 209
(Tour begins at 10:15 a.m. on steps of Maury)
9:00–10:00 a.m. Are Scientists from Venus and Artists from Mars? Fayerweather Hall, 1st floor lounge
10:00–11:15 a.m. Arts Grounds Tour: Studio Art, Art History, Fayerweather Hall
Drama, Architecture and the Museum
9:00-11:00 a.m. RecePTionS
Alpha Phi Omega Rotunda Lower West Oval Room, Rotunda
Asian and Asian Pacific American Alumni Pavilion V Upper Garden (Rain site: Newcomb Hall
Hillel Pavilion VI Lower Garden (Rain site: Hillel)
Hoos in Media Pavilion V Lower Garden (Rain site: 4th Floor, West
Lobby, New Cabell Hall)
Lawn Residents Pavilion VIII Garden (Rain site: Inside Pavilion VIII)
University Judiciary Committee Pavilion IV Lower Garden (Rain site: Minor Hall Lobby)
9:30 a.m.-12:45 p.m. KiDS’ coLLeGe (ages 5–16) SeSSion i U.Va. Art Museum (155 Rugby Road)
9:30-11:00 a.m. SeminaRS
Climate Change in the Arctic: Clark 108
Bellwether for the Future of the Planet?
Crossing the Color Line: From Rhythm and Blues to Rock ‘n’ Roll Wilson 402
Major Issues in America’s Health Old Cabell Hall Auditorium
10:00–11:00 a.m. Book Signing with Kate Atwood University Bookstore
11:15 a.m.–12:30 p.m. SeminaRS
Cavalier Careers: Navigating Your Career through Turbulent Times Newcomb Hall South Meeting Room
U.Va. Chapel Carillon Revealed University Chapel
The University: Past, Present and Future Old Cabell Hall Auditorium
Noon–3:00 p.m. Little Hoos Hanging Out Childcare Newcomb Hall Commonwealth Room
noon–1:30 p.m. ScHooL LUncHeS
Architecture Campbell Hall North Terrace
(Rain site: Naug Lounge, 1st Floor, Campbell Hall)
College of Arts & Sciences The Big Tent (Alderman Library Plaza)
(Severe rain site: Aquatic & Fitness Center)
Commerce Rouss Hall, East Lawn (Rain site: Inside Rouss and
Education Pavilion I Garden (Rain site: Student Activities Building)
Engineering and Applied Science Thornton Hall, Darden Court
(Rain site: Covered Part of Darden Court)
noon–2:00 p.m. Nursing Alumni Luncheon & Program Brooks Hall Tent (Severe rain site: Memorial
1:00–3:00 p.m. KIDS’ COLLEGE (ages 5–16) – SESSION II U.Va. Art Museum (155 Rugby Road)
1:00–3:00 p.m. Cavalier Daily Alumni Association Clemons Library Terrace (Rain site: West Range Café)
Weekend at a Glance (contInUed)
1:30-2:45 p.m. SeminaRS
Around the World in 90 Minutes Special Collections Library Auditorium
Cavalier Careers: Ensuring Your Marketability in
Any Economic Climate Alumni Panel Newcomb Hall South Meeting Room
1:30–2:45 p.m. voiceS oF THe cLaSS
Class of 1970 - How Did We Get Here? Monroe 124
Class of 1975 - A Long and Winding Road Rotunda Dome Room
Class of 1980 - Thinking About What’s Next? Clark 108
Class of 1985 - Follow Your Passion—What’s Next? Maury 209
Class of 1990 - Where Are We Now? Minor 125
Class of 1995 - Past, Present, and Future Wilson 301
Class of 2000 - What Do You Want to Be When You Grow Up? Newcomb Hall Ballroom
Class of 2005 - On the 5s Wilson 402
1:30–3:30 p.m. Wine 401: The Art of Wine Tasting Monroe 130
2:00–3:30 p.m. School of Nursing Building Tours McKim Hall and Claude Moore Nursing Education Building
2:00-4:00 p.m. RecePTionS
Alpha Tau Omega. . . . . . . . . . . . . 125 Chancellor Street Alpha Chi Omega . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pavilion V Lower Garden (Rain cancels)
Beta Theta Pi. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 180 Rugby Road Alpha Delta Pi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 502 Rugby Road
Chi Phi. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 161 Rugby Road Alpha Phi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 518 17th Street
Chi Psi. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1536 Rugby Road (The Lodge) Chi Omega . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123 Chancellor Street
Delta Upsilon. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 180 Rugby Road Delta Gamma. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 138 Madison Lane
Phi Delta Theta . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1703 Grady Avenue Delta Delta Delta . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1537 Virginia Avenue
Phi Gamma Delta (FIJI). . . . . . . . 128 Madison Lane Delta Zeta. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pavilion VI Lower Garden (Rain cancels)
Phi Kappa Psi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 159 Madison Lane Gamma Phi Beta. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 510 17th Street
Phi Sigma Kappa . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1702 Gordon Avenue Kappa Alpha Theta . . . . . . . . . . . 127 Chancellor Street
Phi Society. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 University Circle Kappa Delta. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 136 Chancellor Street
Pi Kappa Alpha . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 West Range Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . . . . . . . 503 Rugby Road
Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . . . . . . . . 160 Madison Lane Pi Beta Phi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1509 Grady Avenue
Sigma Chi. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 608 Preston Place Phi Mu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Michael’s Bistro (on the Corner)
Sigma Nu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 189 Culbreth Road Sigma Kappa. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503 16th Street
Sigma Pi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1533 Virginia Avenue Sigma Sigma Sigma. . . . . . . . . . . 1 University Court
St. Anthony Hall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 133 Chancellor Street Zeta Tau Alpha . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 136 Madison Lane
St. Elmo Hall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 130 Madison Lane
Zeta Beta Tau/Phi Epsilon Pi . . . 515 Rugby Road
Hispanic/Latino and Latin American Alumni Colonnade Club Front Parlor (Pavilion VII)
Jefferson Literary and Debating Society Jefferson Hall, Hotel C
Serpentine Society Reception Pavilion IX Lower Garden, then to the
(ends at 3:30 p.m.) Kaleidoscope (Rain site: Newcomb Hall
Tribute to Dean Sylvia Terry and Black Alumni Reception Colonnade Club Solarium and Garden (Pavilion VII)
(Rain site: Garden room)
University Singers/Chamber Singers/Coro Virginia Pavilion IV Lower Garden (Rain site: Old Cabell Hall
University Union/University Programs Council Newcomb Hall, Student Activities Center, Room 164
Virginia Glee Club Pavilion VIII Lower Garden
(Rain site: Old Cabell Hall Lobby)
Virginia Women’s Chorus Pavilion VIII Upper Garden
(Rain site: Old Cabell Hall Lobby)
2:45–4:00 p.m. Cavalier Careers: Networking Reception Newcomb Hall Main Lounge
3:00–4:15 p.m. SeminaRS
Hoos in Hollywood Wilson 402
The University of Virginia 101: Minor 125
Seminar and Book Signing with Coy Barefoot
3:00–4:00 p.m. Rotunda and Lawn Tours South Steps of the Rotunda (Lawn Side)
3:00–5:00 p.m. Kids’ Carnival Madison Bowl (Rain cancels)
3:00–5:00 p.m. Class of 2005 Beer Garden Pavilion X Garden
(Rain site: Newcomb Hall Game Room)
3:30–5:00 p.m. First-Year Dorm and Resident Staff Reunions Old Dorms Quad (Rain cancels)
3:30–4:45 p.m. Out In Mr. Jefferson’s Academical Village: Queer History at U.Va. Newcomb Hall Kaleidoscope Room
4:00–6:00 p.m. U.Va. Alumni Sing Old Cabell Hall Auditorium
4:00-6:00 p.m. RecePTionS
Air Force ROTC Courtyard of Astronomy Building
(Rain site: Inside Astronomy Building)
Anthropology, Archaeology and Linguistics Alumni Brooks Hall Lobby
Army ROTC Astronomy Building, Room 117
Christian Fellowship Groups Pavilion VI Lower Garden (Rain site: Center for
Christian Study, 128 Chancellor Street)
Echols Scholars Pavilion V Lower Garden
(Rain site: Newcomb Hall South Meeting Room)
Honor Committee Newcomb Hall Room 168
IMP Society Peabody Hall
Naval ROTC (ends at 5:30 p.m.) Maury 104
Rodman Scholars Wilsdorf Hall Lounge
T.I.L.K.A. Reception Pavilion IV Lower Garden (Rain cancels)
Trigon Engineering Society 40th Anniversary West Lawn Room #17
University Guide Service Pavilion VIII Lounge
5:00-6:30 p.m. Screening of 2005 Alumni’s Film “Bureaucracy” Wilson 402
6:00–9:00 p.m. Little Hoos Hanging Out Child Care Newcomb Hall Commonwealth Room
6:30-9:00 p.m. 1965 A Presidential Dinner Carr’s Hill
(Severe rain site: Football recruiting room at Scott Stadium)
6:00–9:00 p.m. 1970 A Dinner Under the Stars Rotunda Esplanade (Rain site: TBD)
6:30–9:30 p.m. 1975 A Taste of Virginia North Rotunda Plaza
(Rain site: Newcomb Hall Ballroom)
6:30–9:00 p.m. 1980 Dinner and Dancing in the Amphitheater Amphitheater (Rain site: Aquatic & Fitness Center)
7:00–9:30 p.m. 1985 Silver Anniversary Dinner Mid-Lawn between Pavilions VII and VIII
(Rain site: North Grounds Gymnasium)
6:30-9:30 p.m. 1990 Dinner on the Lawn Lawn- South end (Rain site: Slaughter Gymnasium)
6:30–9:00 p.m. 1995 Dinner on the Lawn Mid-Lawn between Pavilions IX and X
(Rain site: Alumni Hall Ballroom)
7:00–9:00 p.m. 2000 A Taste of Virginia The Big Tent (Alderman Library Plaza)
(Severe rain site: Memorial Gymnasium)
7:00–10:00 p.m. 2005 A Toast to TJ Brooks Hall Tent (Severe rain site: Aquatic &
7:00 p.m. Friends of Bill W. Meeting Wesley Memorial United Methodist Church, 1908
8:00 p.m. Friends of Bill W. Meeting St. Thomas Aquinas Church, 401 Alderman Road
8:30–10:30 p.m. Kids’ Movie Newcomb Hall Kaleidoscope Room
9:00 p.m.–midnight Little Hoos Hanging Out Child Care Newcomb Hall Commonwealth Room
9:00–11:00 p.m. Teens’ Movie Newcomb Hall South Meeting Room
9:00 p.m.–midnight Game Room Open House Newcomb Hall Game Room (2nd floor)
9:00 p.m.–1:00 a.m. Class of 1995 Greek Party St. Anthony Hall, 133 Chancellor St.
9:00 p.m.-1:00 a.m. BanD PaRTieS
9:00–11:00 p.m. The Voltage Brothers Amphitheater (Rain site: Aquatic & Fitness Center)
9:00–11:00 p.m. Jazz Piano Lounge Newcomb Hall Main Lounge
10:00 p.m.–1:00 a.m. The Breakfast Club Lawn - South end (Rain site: Memorial Gymnasium)
11:00 p.m.–1:00 a.m. Skip Castro Band Amphitheater (Rain site: Aquatic & Fitness Center)
SUndaY, JUne 6
Time evenT LocaTion
9:00 a.m.–Noon “Come as you go” Brunch Aquatic & Fitness Center
10:00–11:30 a.m. Larry Sabato’s Crystal Ball Aquatic & Fitness Center
10:00 a.m.–Noon Raven Society Reception 13 West Range, Poe Room
10:30 a.m.–Noon Brown College at Monroe Hill Brunch Georgia Childress Memorial Garden behind Hill House
(Rain site: Monroe Hill)
11:30 a.m. Bavaro Hall Tour (First Tour) Tour begins at Donley’s Trailer in Dell Parking Lot
next to Ruffner Hall.
11:30 a.m. Rotunda and Lawn Tours South Steps of the Rotunda (Lawn Side)
11:30 a.m. South Lawn Tour Main Courtyard (near corner of JPA and Brandon Avenue)
12:15 p.m. Bavaro Hall Tour (Second Tour) Tour begins at Donley’s Trailer in Dell Parking Lot,
next to Ruffner Hall. First come, first served.
FRiDaY a Presidential Dinner
Welcome Back Reception carr’s Hill (Severe Rain site: Football Recruiting Room at
7:00–9:00 p.m. Scott Stadium)
Rotunda esplanade (Rain site: Special Collections Library) Join classmate and president of the University John T.
Gather with classmates on the Rotunda’s South Portico Casteen III and Mrs. Casteen at Carr’s Hill for cocktails
for cocktails and heavy hors d’oeuvres with a beautiful and dinner. As Mr. Casteen’s 20th and final year of presi-
view of the Lawn. Business casual attire. dency draws to a close, you will not want to miss this
historic evening of celebration. Cocktail attire.
Welcome Reception a Dinner Under the Stars
7:00–9:00 p.m. 6:00–9:00 p.m.
colonnade club and Garden (Pavilion vii) Rotunda esplanade (Rain site: TBD)
Reconnect with your classmates as the Class of 1970 gathers Where better to celebrate than the Rotunda? The Class
in the Colonnade Club for good food, good drink and great of 1970 will gather for a cocktail hour and seated dinner
conversation. Take a walk down memory lane as you enjoy on the Rotunda Esplanade and enjoy spectacular views
old photos and memories together. Business casual attire. of the Lawn. After dinner, head to one of the great band
parties. Coat and tie, no socks.
Welcome Back to the Lawn Dinner a Taste of virginia
7:00–9:30 p.m. 6:30–9:30 p.m.
mid-Lawn between Pavilions iX and X north Rotunda Plaza (Rain site: Newcomb Hall Ballroom)
(Rain site: Memorial Gymnasium) Your class will gather on the North Rotunda Plaza for
Join your classmates on the Mid-Lawn for a casual din- an elegant, seated dinner. Come enjoy an evening in
ner, featuring Mediterranean cuisine. Enjoy a beer or true Jeffersonian style: a meal of contemporary Virginia
mojito while you reconnect with friends in the heart of foods, stimulating conversation and an abundance of
Mr. Jefferson’s Academical Village. Casual attire. local wine. Cocktail attire.
Dinner and Dancing in the amphitheater
Welcome Back Fiesta 6:30–9:00 p.m.
7:00–9:00 p.m. amphitheater (Rain site: Aquatic & Fitness Center)
mid-Lawn between Pavilions vii and viii Everybody has great memories of the Amphitheater.
(Rain site: North Grounds Gymnasium) Come make some new ones with your classmates in
Enjoy great Mexican food on the Lawn while catching this nostalgic location. Enjoy fine Southern fare and
up with your classmates. Meet up with old friends as Virginia wine together in the heart of Grounds. Stay
you eat and drink where it all began. Then head to the right where you are for a front row seat at one of the
band party together to continue the fun. Casual attire. great band parties. Business casual attire.
Silver anniversary Dinner
FRiDaY 7:00–9:30 p.m.
Take me Back to 1985 Dinner mid-Lawn between Pavilions vii and vii
7:00–9:30 p.m. (Rain site: North Grounds Gymnasium)
Grab a table with friends and settle in for an evening of
amphitheater (Rain site: Aquatic & Fitness Center)
fabulous food, an unbelievable atmosphere and unforget-
Kick off the weekend with a relaxing dinner in the
table conversation. You will dine in the middle of the Lawn
Amphitheater and see everyone in the Class of ’85 in
with Jefferson’s Academical Village surrounding you.
one place. Join your friends for a cookout and then
Afterward, stroll over to the Amphitheater to catch the
stick around to see Speidel, Goodrich, Goggin and Lille
Voltage Brothers and Skip Castro, or to the South Lawn to
(SGGL) take the stage later that evening. Casual attire.
catch the Breakfast Club. Casual dress: collared shirts for
the men (no ties); slacks or dresses for the women.
FRiDaY Dinner on the Lawn
class of 1990 Fiesta Lawn - South end
7:00–9:00 p.m. (Rain site: Slaughter Gymnasium)
north Rotunda Plaza Share an evening with classmates in the heart of Grounds.
(Rain site: Slaughter Gymnasium) Join the Class of 1990 for dinner on the South end of the
Kick off the weekend with a fun-filled fiesta. Enjoy the Lawn as you reconnect with old friends and reach out to
beautiful views of Grounds and great conversation with new ones. Afterward, enjoy some great ‘80s music and
friends before heading to the Amphitheater for the SGGL dancing with the Breakfast Club, a Reunions favorite.
band party. Casual attire. Business casual attire.
FRiDaY Dinner on the Lawn
Welcome Back Reception 6:30–9:00 p.m.
7:00–9:00 p.m. mid-Lawn between Pavilions iX and X
Lawn - South end (Rain site: Alumni Hall Ballroom)
(Rain site: Student Activities Building) Don’t miss this opportunity to dine in the heart of Mr.
Welcome back to Charlottesville! Begin the weekend as you Jefferson’s Academical Village. Join your classmates for a
join your classmates for an evening of music, heavy hors special dinner in the middle of the Lawn with plenty of deli-
d’oeuvres and delicious libations at our luau reception under cious food and drink. You will be in the prime location to walk
the stars. Reminisce with friends as you look at old photos and to one of the after-dinner band parties at the Amphitheater or
memorabilia. Casual attire, Hawaiian shirts are welcome. the South end of the Lawn. Business casual attire.
Welcome Back Dinner SaTURDaY
7:00–10:00 p.m. a Taste of virginia
The Big Tent (alderman Library Plaza) 7:00–9:00 p.m.
(Severe Rain site: Aquatic & Fitness Center) The Big Tent (alderman Library Plaza)
Join classmates for a family-friendly dinner, drinks and a (Severe rain site: Memorial Gymnasium)
chance to reconnect. Surrounded by beautiful views of Nestled in front of Alderman Library, the Special
Grounds, dinner will take place in front of Peabody Hall Collections Library, and Peabody Hall, the Class of 2000
and will feature music by the Jangling Reinharts, a band signature event will be a dinner in true Jeffersonian style.
known for mixing popular cover songs. Afterward, head Enjoy a meal of contemporary Virginia foods, stimulating
to the Amphitheater and continue the fun at the Speidel, conversation and a selection of local wines. Business
Goodrich, Goggin and Lille band party. Casual attire. casual attire.
Welcome Back cocktail Hour & Dinner a Toast to TJ
6:30-8:00 p.m. cocktail Hour in Pavilion viii Garden 7:00–10:00 p.m.
(Rain site: Brooks Hall Tent) Brooks Hall Tent
(Severe rain site: Memorial Gymnasium) (Severe rain site: Aquatic & Fitness Center)
8:00-10:00 p.m. Dinner in Brooks Hall Tent Join classmates for an evening of celebration, with
(Severe rain site: Memorial Gymnasium) food and drinks inspired by Jefferson’s culinary legacy
From 6:30 to 8:00 p.m., join classmates for refreshments in in America. Later that night, catch the Breakfast Club—
Pavilion VIII Garden. At 8:00 p.m., head over to our ‘05 ren- the ultimate ‘80s cover band. Casual attire.
dezvous spot near Brooks Hall to celebrate old times over
delicious café-style food, featuring food from a Corner favor-
ite: Take it Away. Also enjoy tasty beverages and delightful
live sounds. After dinner, hit up the 2005 bar night on the
Corner. Casual attire, berets optional.
keYnote PanelS and
major issues in america’s Health
old cabell Hall auditorium
Major experts in health care will present impor-
tant issues, followed by a discussion with the
audience: Francis collins (Col ’70), the director
of the National Institutes of Health, will discuss
research; William corr (Col ’70), deputy secre-
tary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human
Services, will discuss health reform; Steve
DeKosky, dean of the U.Va. School of Medicine,
will discuss medical education; marge
Sidebottom, U.Va.’s critical incident manager,
will discuss how the University has dealt with
H1N1; and arthur (Tim) Garson, pediatric cardi-
ologist and the University’s executive vice presi-
dent and provost, will discuss access to medical
care in addition to moderating the session.
The University: Past, Present
11:15 a.m.–12:30 p.m.
old cabell Hall auditorium
Join us for this historic moment in
the life of the University. Moderated
by Larry Sabato (Col ’74), the Robert
Kent Gooch Professor of Politics, this
panel will feature University luminaries:
John T. casteen iii (Col ’65), president;
Leonard Sandridge (Grad ’74), execu-
tive vice president and chief operating
officer; arthur (Tim) Garson, executive
vice president and provost; and Robert
Sweeney, senior vice president for
development and public affairs. With
both Casteen and Sandridge retiring
this year, the University is prepar-
ing for its most significant change in
leadership in decades. In addition to a
light-hearted look back at the panelists’
tenure, Sabato will lead a serious dis-
cussion of on-going issues that chal-
lenge the University while presenting
opportunities for the University to lead
not just higher education but American
* All seminars are available to alumni and guests. No
signup is necessary unless otherwise noted. Please
use generic tickets given at registration to enter.
SaTURDaY and highlight some of their successful
projects. Hear them answer questions
Hoos in Hollywood along these lines: What does a producer
3:00–4:15 p.m. do? Why does it cost so much to make
Wilson 402 a movie? How is the industry changing
Did you know that University graduates with today’s technology? Panelists include
are behind some of your favorite films, like Glenn Williamson (Col ’85), producer of
Twilight? Come for an insightful and lively Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
dialogue with some of U.Va.’s alumni with and Sunshine Cleaning; Ron Hohauser
divergent careers in the entertainment (Col ’90), CFO of Summit Entertainment
industry. Moderated by Jody Kielbasa, (the studio behind the Twilight saga) and
director of the Virginia Film Festival, the Temple Fennell (Engr ’85), Founder ATO
panel will explore how participants made Gotham, LLC and producer of Choke. A
their way from the University to Hollywood reception will follow.
Sabato’s crystal Ball
10:00–11:30 a.m.—Sabato’s crystal Ball
aquatic & Fitness center
Gather with classmates one more time
to share your weekend stories, enjoy
a light brunch, and hear the wit and
insight that only politics professor Larry
Sabato (Col ‘74) can provide. He will
share insights and predictions for the
upcoming 2010 midterm elections and
the 2012 presidential election, as well as
offer additional commentary on Virginia
politics. Sabato is the founder of the U.Va.
Center for Politics, which is dedicated to
the proposition that government works
better when politics work better. Sabato
is the author of more than 20 books on
the American political process, including
his most recent publication, The Year of
Obama: How Barack Obama Won the
* All seminars are available to alumni and guests. No signup is necessary unless otherwise noted.
Please use generic tickets given at registration to enter.
natIon and WoRld
cine, and Sarah Delgado, assistant professor of
nursing, will address clean water sources for global
health and U.Va.’s collaboration with the University
FRiDaY of Venda, South Africa, in improving water quality in
cities of the Future: Green and Resilient Limpopo Province—and the advantages and chal-
1:30–2:45 p.m. lenges of this team approach.
As our global population increases and resources current and Future Directions for the U.S.
decrease, how do we rethink our cities to be healthier, economy and What You need to Know to
more sustainable and efficient? How can cities become Survive in These Tough Times
more resilient in the face of climate change and decline 3:00–4:15 p.m.
in global oil supplies? How can we create cities that minor 125
are at once compact, walkable and land-conserving, International affairs expert Peter Rodriguez, asso-
and also green and full of nature? Timothy Beatley ciate dean of the Darden School of Business and
(Arch ’79), Heinz Professor of Sustainable Communities, financial professional, and Karin Bonding, professor
Architecture School, will address these questions and in the McIntire School of Commerce, will discuss the
present leading examples of cities from around the current state of the economy and compare the U.S.
world tackling these issues. Beatley has recently com- dollar to foreign markets. You will receive insight into
pleted a documentary film entitled The Nature of Cities, the ethical lapses in regulatory lending and tips for
and he will show and discuss a trailer from the film. selecting financial advisers.
climate change in the arctic: Bellwether for
the Future of the Planet?
Hear from environmental scientists Howie epstein
and Stephen macko, professors in the Department of
Environmental Sciences, on the increase of the amount
of greenhouse gases that are facilitating unprecedented
mapping Yourself changes in the Arctic through rising temperatures, loss
1:30–2:45 p.m. of ice cover, ocean acidification and the destruction of
alderman Library Scholars Lab coastal regions. They will discuss impacts and the rela-
Curious about GPS, Google mapping and how you tionship to expected global changes.
can be part of the fun? Join chris Gist (Col ‘99) and
Kelly Johnston of the U.Va. Scholars’ Lab for an
introduction to the magic of GPS and Google map-
ping. You’ll leave with the tools to communicate with
satellites 12,000 miles overhead, make your own
maps and selectively share your cartographic mas-
terpieces with the world.
a collaboration toward Global Health:
addressing Water Quality in africa
Infectious disease specialists Dr. Rebecca
Dillingham (Grad ‘07), assistant professor of medi-
cavalier careers: navigating Your career
through Turbulent Times
11:15 a.m.–12:30 p.m.
newcomb Hall South meeting Room
Getting Teens motivated for the college Push Most people will go through several career changes
1:30–2:45 p.m. and numerous jobs during the course of their careers.
maury 209 Because people do not typically relish change, this
Joseph allen (Col ’80), director of the Virginia program is designed to help make career transitions
Adolescent Research Group and professor of psy- as painless as possible. Facilitated by carter Hopkins,
chology, and Robert Pianta, dean of the Curry School director of Alumni Career Services. Sponsored
of Education, will discuss how family relationships, by Alumni Career Services and U.Va.’s Women in
school environments and adolescent experiences Leadership & Philanthropy.
shape the quality of relationships, career satisfaction
and overall adjustment to life challenges. Parents cavalier careers:
will gain insight into why their children may suddenly ensuring Your
lose motivation to perform well in school. marketability in any
Finding Your Kin, Part 1: Genealogy for alumni Panel
Beginners 1:30-2:45 p.m.
1:30–2:45 p.m. newcomb Hall South
clemons Library 407 meeting Room
Join librarian Jean cooper in her ever-popular basic This panel is designed
genealogy seminar as she reviews guidelines on how to for all alumni and spous-
get started in genealogy, including some of the popular es interested in identifying
sources and techniques you can use to discover more and pursuing different career
about your family history. options or progressing in their
current fields. Hear from fellow alum-
Finding Your Kin, Part 2: U.S. census for ni representing a variety of undergraduate degrees and
Genealogists careers. Panelists: William chichester, iii (COLL ’05),
3:00–4:15 p.m. Suzi Pomerantz (COLL/EDUC ’91), anne aunins (SEAS
clemons Library 407 ’85, Chemical Engineering), and Jennifer Schonberger
The U.S. Census is the first place to go for information (COMM ’05). Moderated by Jeannine Lawrie, McIntire
on your family history. Though not created to help his- School of Commerce Career Services. A casual alumni
torians, the Census can offer the researcher valuable networking reception will follow the panel.
information such as birthplace, marital status, age, Sponsored by Alumni Career Services, Curry School
number of children, and residence, among many other of Education Career Services, Engineering Career
facts. Join librarian Jean cooper as she demonstrates Services, McIntire School of Commerce Career
how to find the treasures hidden in these historical Services, School of Nursing Alumni & Development,
documents. University Career Services, and U.Va.’s Women in
Leadership & Philanthropy.
cavalier careers: networking Reception
newcomb Hall main Lounge
Meet fellow alumni and spouses in a casual, no-pres-
sure networking environment. Whether or not you are
actively seeking career change, come discover your
alumni network and make connections that will benefit
you indefinitely. Register for door prizes. Sponsored
by Alumni Career Services, Curry School of Education
Career Services, Engineering Career Services,
McIntire School of Commerce Career Services,
School of Nursing Alumni & Development, University
Career Services, and U.Va.’s Women in Leadership &
VoIceS oF Reconnect with your classmates and talk about life
beyond Grounds. Many reunion committees have coor-
tHe claSS dinated panels of classmates to start conversations to
engage your class.
SaTURDaY • 1:30–2:45 p.m.
class of 1970
How Did We Get Here?
Join us as we reflect on life since graduation. We’ll discuss where we’ve been,
where we are, how we got here and look to the future. A panel of alumni from
diverse backgrounds and perspectives will begin the conversation by shar-
ing some of their experiences in life, work, relationships and in their families.
Panelists include Peter Schmidt, Danny abramson, Joel Gardner, Steve Hayes
and Stuart Pape.
class of 1975
a Long and Winding Road
Rotunda Dome Room
What have we all been up to and what interesting stops have we made along
the Beatles’ “long and winding road?” How have our University experiences
affected that road trip? A group of classmates will share their answers to
those questions in a panel discussion moderated by Joel Rubin of Rubin
Communications Group. Participants are scheduled to include classmates
Janice Rosser allen, executive chair of the board for International Cooperating
Ministries; candace Beaman moore, deputy chief, Medical Foreign Programs,
for the U.S. Embassy in London; Blake morant, dean of Wake Forest Law
School; capt. Dave Kennedy, U.S. Navy (retired); chris morris, senior designer
at Rockwell Architecture who helped design the Kodak Theater in Hollywood; and Gene Schutt, associate
dean of development of the College of Arts & Sciences.
class of 1980
Thinking about What’s next?
Our class has some remarkable personal stories. Join your
classmates for an interactive panel discussion in which class
members discuss how they have followed their passions and
how they are staking out their futures. Where will your passion
and your plans take you next? Join moderator Debra Wetherby,
CEO of Wetherby Asset Management, for a lively discussion of making a difference at this stage of our
lives. Panelists include claire Hume, matthew Koch, Terry Ratigan and Teresa Wynn Roseborough.
class of 1985
Follow Your Passion—What’s next?
It’s been 25 years since our class walked the Lawn and received the “honors of
Honor.” Since then, members of the Class of 1985 have had many different life
experiences. Join your classmates as we share remarkable personal stories,
many of which you may relate to. How have you followed your passion and
how are you staking out your future? Class members Glenn Williamson, Janet
marchibroda, Lisa Smith Barr, Laura Deluca and John Griffin, as well as mod-
erator Donald Daugherty will participate in this interactive panel discussion.
* All seminars are available to alumni and guests. No signup
is necessary unless otherwise noted. Please use generic
tickets given at registration to enter.
class of 1990
Where are We now?
Since we walked the Lawn on graduation day, members of the Class of 1990 have gone
back to school, started families and businesses, traveled the world or, in some instances,
all of the above. A panel of our classmates, moderated by myron Ripley, will lead us
through a discussion of how our past and future plans have been shaped and influenced
by our time at the University. We hope you will join us during this unique hour of reflec-
tion. Panelists include amy argetsinger, chuck carrington, Sherrill Lingel, clay Lowery,
Shawn moore and craig Wood.
class of 1995
Past, Present and Future
Join the Class of 1995 for a lively discussion investigating the question, Where are we
now? Since we graduated 15 years ago, members of our class have pursued graduate
degrees, started families, built businesses, traveled the world, changed careers or, in
some instances, all of the above. Our reunion committee is compiling a diverse panel
of our classmates to share their professional experiences and personal reflections on
these and other topics. The panel will be moderated by Commerce School graduate
Jennifer owen, who is looking forward to leading an interactive discussion exploring where our panel mem-
bers have been, where they are going and how their past and future plans have been shaped by our time at
the University. Panelists include matt Fischer, amanda Upson Baker, vito iaia and eddie Lopes.
class of 2000
What Do You Want to Be When You Grow Up?
newcomb Hall Ballroom
Ten years is long enough that most of us have been able to take a first shot
at “what we want to be when we grow up.” Some of us have started to fulfill
our initial dreams, while others have exchanged them for new ones. A panel
of Class of ‘00 alumni will share stories about their respective forays into the
real world and will address such questions as the following: How did your
experience at U.Va. help you frame your initial goals? How has it influenced the way you’ve adjusted to
life’s challenges? What have been your most meaningful triumphs and disappointments? What values
have become more or less important over time? Panel coordinator is carrie Brown and panel modera-
tor is christie amberman. Panelists include Kate atwood, founder of Kate’s Club; Roberto Westbrook,
photographer; Brian Wilson, head women’s basketball coach at Connecticut College; chas cocke, co-
founder, managing director Investure, LLC; Thomas Jones, NFL football player; and andrea Plummer,
pediatrician, captain in the USAF.
class of 2005
on the 5s
Saturday 1:30-2:45 p.m.
Join panel moderator, Steve ander, and your classmates for an interactive
panel discussion with graduates from ‘95, ‘85, ‘75, and ‘65 offering their advice,
and perspectives to the youngest reunion class. Panelists are scheduled to
include esther Berg (’95), vice president for communications at America’s
Promise Alliance; Gary Flowers (‘85), CEO of the Black Leadership Forum in
DC and long time civil rights activist; melanie Jeschke (‘75), freelance travel writer and a fourth genera-
tion pastor’s wife; and charles Glazer (‘65), ambassador to El Salvador and CEO of C.L. Glazer & Company.
around the World in 90 minutes
innovation: The University’s Role in a 1:30–2:45 p.m.
creative economy Special collections Library auditorium
Discover the world through the eyes of faculty who
have traveled the globe with Cavalier Travels, U.Va.’s
Why is it important for the University to foster innovation
travel program for alumni and parents. This lively
and entrepreneurship among students, staff and faculty?
interactive session will feature talks from faculty lead-
What difference does it make? How do collaborations
ers, multimedia presentations of our adventures and
among artists, scientists, businesspeople, architects and
previews of upcoming trips, moderated by Kevin conley,
engineers generate creative solutions to societal prob-
director of Cavalier Travels.
lems? Join the University’s vice president for research
Tom Skalak, for a dynamic discussion and interac-
tive question- and- answer session.
alumni children and the
admission Process and
(Tour begins at 10:15 a.m. on
steps of Maury)
Join the Dean of Admission
Gregory Roberts, for an introduction to the col-
lege application process. Dean Roberts will speak
on a variety of topics, including why “fit” matters,
how to write that winning essay and how legacy
status can affect a student’s application. Let the
experts help relieve a bit of stress as you begin
this journey. A significant amount of time will be
left for questions. Starting at 10:15 a.m., a tour of
the University’s Grounds will focus on student
life, led by current students.
U.va. chapel carillon
11:15 a.m.–12:30 p.m.
You have heard it while walk-
ing around Grounds, but do you
know what a carillon is or how
it’s played? Join U.Va. librarian
and official U.Va. carilloneur
Jared Loewenstein for a
behind-the-scenes look at the
U.Va. Chapel carillon. Learn
about the history of this fasci-
nating instrument, some of the
special occasions on which
it’s played and enjoy a brief
* All seminars are available to alumni
and guests. No signup is necessary
unless otherwise noted. Please
use generic tickets given at reg-
istration to enter.
arts Grounds Tour: Studio art, art History,
Drama, architecture and the museum
Starts from Fayerweather Hall
(immediately following the seminar, Are Scientists from
FRiDaY Venus and Artists from Mars?)
mark Twain: is He Dead? Join us for a walking tour of the Arts Grounds and
1:30–3:00 p.m. see the exciting physical changes to the Bayly
Special collections Library auditorium Building, Campbell Hall and Ruffin Hall. Hear the
Samuel Clemens died exactly 100 years ago. The Mark plans for drama and music. Tour guides include
Twain persona he created, however, is still very much department chairs in the arts and architecture. Tour
alive. Stephen Railton, professor of English, will high- begins at Fayerweather Hall. Refreshments will be
light many of the rare materials in the U.Va. Library and provided at the end of the tour.
his electronic archive in this discussion of what Mark
Twain has meant to American culture.
crossing the color Line:
From Rhythm and Blues to
Rock ‘n’ Roll
Julian Bond, professor of histo-
ry and chairman of the NAACP,
SaTURDaY will present the civil rights
movement through the history
of American music. He will trace the melding of jazz,
blues, country music, and pop into rock ‘n’ roll, stop-
are Scientists from venus ping along the way to examine the influences of race,
and artists from mars? demographics, war, immigration and technology in
Fayerweather Hall, 1st Floor Lounge
elizabeth Turner (Col ‘73), vice provost for the arts, will
moderate a panel of faculty artists and scientists that
examines the new boundaries of thought and practice,
experimentation and collaboration at the University.
The panel will explore partnerships in innovation and
change between chemistry and studio art, dance and
medicine, visual arts and aging. The Arts Grounds Tour
will follow at 10:00 a.m. Panelsits include Dean Dass,
chair and professor of studio art and cassandra Fraser,
1. Alderman Library 10. Bryant Hall/President’s Box
2. Alumni Hall 11. Campbell Hall
3. Amphitheater 12. Carr’s Hill
4. Aquatic & Fitness Center 13. Clark Hall
5. Astronomy Building 14. Clemons Library
6. Bavaro Hall/Ruffner Hall 15. Davenport Field
7. The “Big Tent” 16. Fayerweather Hall
8. Brooks Hall 17. The Garden Room
9. Brooks Hall Tent 18. Garrett Hall
a Dinner Under the Stars
FRiDaY Where better to celebrate than the Rotunda? The
Welcome Back Reception Class of 1970 will gather for a cocktail hour and seated
dinner on the Rotunda Esplanade and enjoy spectacu-
lar views of the Lawn. After dinner, head to one of the
Rotunda esplanade great band parties. Coat and tie, no socks.
Gather with classmates on the Rotunda’s South Portico
for cocktails and heavy hors d’oeuvres with a beautiful
view of the Lawn. Business casual attire.
a Presidential Dinner FRiDaY
Welcome Back to the Lawn Dinner
Join classmate and president of the University John T. 7:00–9:30 p.m.
Casteen III and Mrs. Casteen at Carr’s Hill for cocktails mid-Lawn between Pavilions iX and X
and dinner. As Mr. Casteen’s 20th and final year of Join your classmates on the Mid-Lawn for a casual
presidency draws to a close, you will not want to miss dinner, featuring Mediterranean cuisine. Enjoy a beer
this historic evening of celebration. Cocktail attire. or mojito while you reconnect with friends in the heart
of Mr. Jefferson’s Academical Village. Casual attire.
1970 32 a Taste of virginia
6:30–9:30 p.m. 78
FRiDaY north Rotunda Plaza
Welcome Reception Your class will gather on the North Rotunda Plaza for
an elegant, seated dinner. Come enjoy an evening
7:00–9:00 p.m.79 14 1
41 in true Jeffersonian style: a meal of contemporary
colonnade club 80 Virginia foods, stimulating conversation and an abun-
Reconnect with your classmates as the Class of 1970 dance of local wine. Cocktail attire.
gathers in the Colonnade Club for good food, good
drink and great conversation. Take a walk down 70
memory lane as you enjoy old photos and memories
together. Business casual attire. 9
19. Georgia Childress Memorial Garden 28. Maury Hall
20. Gibson Hall 29. McCormick Road Residence Area
21. Immanuel Lutheran Church 30. McKim Hall
22. Student Activities Building 31. McLeod Hall
23. Jefferson Hall 32. Memorial Gymnasium
24. John Paul Jones Arena 33. Mid-Lawn, VII/VIII
25. Lawn – South End 34. Mid-Lawn, IX/X
26. Madison Bowl 35. Minor Hall
27. Madison House 36. Monroe Hall
23 51 70
60 52 48
82 59 49
37. Monroe Hill House 52. Pavilion IV
38. Nau Hall 53. Pavilion IV Lower Garden
39. New Cabell Hall 54. Pavilion V
40. New South Lawn Project 55. Pavilion V Upper Garden
41. Newcomb Hall 56. Pavilion V Lower Garden
42. North Rotunda Plaza 57. Pavilion VI
43. Observatory Hill 58. Pavilion VI Lower Garden
44. Old Cabell Hall 59. Pavilion VII (Colonnade Club)
45. Pavilion I 60. Pavilion VII Garden
46. Pavilion I Lower Garden 61. Pavilion VIII
47. Pavilion II 62. Pavilion VIII Upper Garden
48. Pavilion II Upper Garden 63. Pavilion VIII Lower Garden
49. Pavilion II Lower Garden 64. Pavilion IX
50. Pavilion III 65. Pavilion IX Lower Garden
51. Pavilion III Garden 66. Pavilion X
67. Pavilion X Upper Garden 76. St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church
68. Peabody Hall 77. Thornton Hall
69. Poe Room (13 West Range) 78. U.Va Art Museum
70. Rotunda 79. University Bookstore
71. Rouss and Robertson Halls 80. University Chapel
72. Ruffin Hall 81. University Hall
73. Scott Stadium 82. West Range Café
74. Slaughter Recreation Center 83. Wilsdorf Café
75. Special Collections Library 84. Wilson Hall
PaRKinG Temporary parking for check-in is available at Alumni Hall. Parking is prohibited on McCormick Road
and in Lawn alleys at all times. The Central Grounds Parking Garage is available at no charge, but a permit is
required upon exit. A permit will be included in your registration packet at Alumni Hall. Additional parking is avail-
able free of charge in selected lots; a map will be provided at check-in. Disabled parking: You may park in a dis-
abled parking space if you have a valid disabled permit or license plates displayed. If you have questions regarding
accessibility or disabled parking for reunion events, call Doris Payne at 434-243-9044. For a map of grounds, go to
www.virginia.edu/map/ for more information.
FRiDaY John Paul Jones arena Tour
monticello and ash Lawn excursion 1:00–2:00 p.m.
John Paul Jones arena Lobby
9:30 a.m.–4:00 p.m.
Join the Virginia Athletics Foundation staff for a behind-
Departs from alumni Hall (211 emmet Street South)
the-scenes tour of the John Paul Jones Arena (JPJ), home
Join Cavalier Travels for a behind-the-scenes visit to Thomas
of Virginia basketball. Visit the locker rooms and practice
Jefferson’s Monticello, the only home in America on the
facilities, and see what a $130 million facility looks like up
elite World Heritage List of the United Nations, and James
close. Here is your chance to see one of the finest basketball
Monroe’s Ash Lawn, which currently serves as a historic
facilities and special events centers in collegiate athletics.
museum, a 535-acre working farm and a performing arts site.
Sponsored by the Virginia Athletics Foundation.
Transportation will be provided from Alumni Hall. Lunch is
included. Participation requires an additional fee of $35 per
person. Sponsored by the Cavalier Travels program.
Davenport Field Renovations Tour
noon–1:00 p.m. admission Tour
Davenport Field 10:15–11:15 a.m.
Davenport Field is home to the Virginia baseball team, which Departs from steps of maury Hall
earned its first-ever berth in the College World Series in 2009. Enjoy a student life focused tour of the University Grounds
Join the Virginia Athletics Foundation staff for a behind-the- led by current students. The tour will complement the Alumni
scenes tour of the Davenport Field renovations. Visit the locker Children and the Admissions Process seminar offered from 9:00
rooms, climate-controlled batting cages, weight room and Hall to 10:15 a.m. Tour will begin on the steps of the building where
of Fame. Sponsored by the Virginia Athletics Foundation. *if the admissions seminar is held.
virginia hosts the ncaa Regionals, the tour will be cancelled.
in that case, the virginia athletics Foundation encourages you
to purchase tickets for the games and cheer on the Hoos.
its dedication in 1885, it was the largest
mcintire Department of art telescope in the United States and the
second-largest lens telescope in the world.
Friday 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m., Saturday
and Sunday 10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
Ruffin Hall Gallery University of virginia art
Explore the new home of studio art. Ruffin museum
The aquatic & Fitness center Hall is a village of workshops devoted Friday–Sunday, noon–5:00 p.m.
Saturday 11:00 a.m.–3:30 p.m. to the teaching of drawing, painting, 155 Rugby Road
Alumni, family and friends are sculpture, printmaking, photography, new (Tours are free and available on request.)
invited to tour the home of Intramural- media and film and installation and perfor- The museum’s collection numbers more
Recreational Sports and the Cavalier mance art. than 12,000 objects, from the ancient arts
varsity swimming and diving teams. You through art of the 21st century. For this
remember the places where students Pavilions exhibition, the museum’s curators and
exercise their minds, so stop by to area specialists have chosen objects that
Saturday 3:30–4:30 p.m.
see where they exercise their bodies. highlight the strengths and diversity of the
Come see the interiors of the his-
U.Va.’s flagship recreation facility is collection in each of its seven collecting
toric pavilions on the Lawn, designed
located just north of Scott Stadium, on areas. The exhibition will encourage the
by Thomas Jefferson as part of the
the corner of Alderman and Whitehead consideration of art practice across time
Roads. This facility offers three bas- and inspire comparisons between cultures.
ketball/multiuse courts, a 170-yard rub-
berized running track, more than 20,000 The Rotunda
square feet of fitness equipment space, Friday–Sunday, 9:00 a.m.–4:45 p.m. University of virginia Library
a 50-meter pool with a separate warm- Visit the heart of Jefferson’s Academical open Houses and exhibits
water pool, whirlpool, sauna, showers, Village during your stay at the University. Friday and Saturday 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
locker rooms and multipurpose rooms. The centerpiece of Mr. Jefferson’s
The AFC also features T.J.’s Locker University continues to serve as a living alderman Library
sports store and the Poolside Café. museum where history, architecture, aca- Visit Alderman Library and relive the past
demics and daily life converge.
in the renovated McGregor Room (2nd
Jefferson Scholars Foundation floor, East Wing), take a peek into the
Friday 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. Stargazing at the mccormick future in the Scholars’ Lab (4th floor, West
Jefferson Fellows center, Building c observatory Wing), and view the world around us,
(112 clarke court) Friday 9:00–11:00 p.m. literally, in the new International Media
During an all-day open house with foun- observatory Hill Lounge just beside the coffee shop.
dation staff, come take a tour through the Faculty and graduate students from the Take a walk down memory lane in the
new building. This is an opportunity for Department of Astronomy will talk about Reference Room, where Corks and Curls
you to learn firsthand about current foun- the observatory, its history and their and the Cavalier Daily from your gradua-
dation plans, explore the foundation’s new research. Weather permitting, visitors tion year will be on display.
home and bring the foundation up to date will view celestial objects such as Saturn
on events in your life. through the historic 26-inch telescope. At
School of nursing Building Tours SUnDaY
2:00–3:30 p.m. Bavaro Hall Tour
mcKim Hall and claude moore nursing education Building
11:30 a.m. - First Tour
For those who lived in McKim Hall, now part of the School of
Medicine, a special tour will be provided at 2:00 p.m. leaving from 12:15 p.m. - Second Tour
the Nursing luncheon tent near Brooks Hall. Self-guided tours of Tour departs from Donley’s trailor in Dell parking lot next to Ruffner Hall
the Claude Moore Nursing Education Building will be available Come explore one of the newest buildings on Grounds. Bavaro Hall,
from 2:00 to 3:30 p.m. The CMNEB opened in July 2008 and nearly which will add nearly 65,000 square feet to the Curry School, will
doubled the amount of space the School of Nursing occupies. In bring integrated clinical training functions and services. It will pro-
addition to the modern classrooms, offices and Student Life vide common space for faculty and student collaboration as well as
Center, its large collection of donated art makes the building a informal interaction among researchers and practitioners.
virtual gallery. (Note: McLeod Hall is still part of the School of
Nursing but may not be available for tours due to major renova- Rotunda and Lawn Tours
tions under way.) 11:30 a.m.
South Steps of the Rotunda (Lawn Side)
Rotunda and Lawn Tours Learn about the University’s past, present and future as current stu-
3:00–4:00 p.m. dents lead tours of the Academical Village. Tours begin on the south
South Steps of the Rotunda (Lawn Side) steps of the Rotunda. Sponsored by the University Guide Service.
Learn about the University’s past, present and future as current
students lead tours of the Academical Village. Tours begin on the South Lawn Tour
south steps of the Rotunda. Sponsored by the University Guide 11:30 a.m.
main courtyard (near corner of JPa and Brandon avenue)
Don’t miss this chance to visit the newest part of Grounds. The South
Lawn is the new home of the College of Arts & Sciences and is an
homage to the traditional architecture of the Academical Village.
The mary and David Harrison institute For
american History, Literature, and culture
and The albert and Shirley Small Special
eXHiBiTS ing, distribution across the colonies and Preserving U.va. Library
future impact on American history. The Treasures or Your own
Flowerdew Hundred: highlight of the exhibition is the Dunlap
broadside, the very first printing of the
Unearthing virginia’s History Declaration. There are only 25 known Saturday 1:00–4:00 p.m.
entry Level copies in existence. An accompanying Do you also have cherished books, letters,
Visit a permanent exhibit presenting documentary film is available for viewing maps or other treasures? Learn about
material evidence of early inhabitants: in the gallery. what you can do to care for your collec-
Native American pottery shards; arms tions or heirlooms at home. The U.Va.
and armor used to defend the new Library contains many rare and unique
colony; refined, imported wares from From village to Grounds: items, such as books, letters, maps, archi-
Europe; and, later, American-made architecture after Jefferson at tectural drawings, photographs, clothing
goods, including wares manufactured by the University of virginia and more. Come see these treasures and
African Americans and artifacts from the entry Level learn about the efforts of the Library’s
Civil War. Other materials also on display The University of Virginia has presented Preservation Services Department to care
include images from 16th- and 17th- the same challenge to many distinguished for them. Original drawings of the U.Va.
century maps and books that illustrate architects: How does one build on a mas- Grounds, an American flag used to cel-
the importance of the historical record in terpiece? As the University has grown, ebrate the end of World War I, interviews
the study of material culture. Thomas Jefferson’s vision has been tried with William Faulkner and other materials
and tested, adapted and interpreted. This will be on display.
Declaring independence: exhibit explores the solutions to the archi-
creating and Re-creating tectural challenges posed by adding to the commemorating the centennial
Academical Village—from 19th-century of mark Twain’s Death
america’s Document picturesque ideals to the classicism of
Declaration of independence McKim, Mead & White and the modern
Gallery, 1st Floor architecture of the 20th and 21st centuries. View rare and unique materials relating
Explore albert H. Small’s (Engr ‘46) to the life and work of the great American
unique and rare collection of docu- writer Mark Twain (1835–1910). U.Va.
ments relating to the Declaration of graduate students curated the items on
Independence. The exhibition sheds light display while taking a course on American
on not only the writing and signing of literature taught in 2009 by professor
the Declaration but also on its first print- Stephen Railton.
virginia Reunions Golf Tournament
9:00 a.m. (check-in begins at 8:00 a.m.)
Birdwood Golf course (Route 250 West)
Do you have what it takes to win the Birdwood
Bowl? Challenge your classmates to a competi-
tive match at the University’s championship golf
course. Awards will be presented to a winner
from each class, as well as the overall tourna-
ment winner. Shotgun start at 9:00 a.m. Lunch can
be purchased at The Grille. Soft beverages and
beer are provided on the course. Participation
requires an additional fee of $80 per person.
Space is limited; preregistration is required.
newcomb Hall main Lounge, art Gallery and Ballroom (3rd
Did you know that Charlottesville is the Wine Capital of Virginia?
In the last two decades, vintners along the Monticello Wine
Trail have produced internationally acclaimed wine. Multiple
vineyards from around Charlottesville and surrounding regions
will be present to pour tastings of their finest wines. Participate
and be among those who vote the wines to qualify for the
newly established U.Va. Alumni Wine Program. Space is lim-
ited. Participation requires an additional fee of $10 per person.
Space is limited; preregistration is required.
President’s Welcome and carr’s Hill open House
Remarks and Welcome Reception
old cabell Hall auditorium
In their last days of residence
At his final Reunions as presi-
at Carr’s Hill, President and
dent of the University, John T.
mrs. John T. casteen iii invite
casteen iii will greet all alumni
all returning alumni to attend an
and reflect on some high (and
opening reception at Carr’s Hill.
not-so-high) points of the last
Association. Participants will taste a total
of eight wines from the various vineyards
while learning the history, the make
and the best pairings for each wine.
Participation requires an additional
fee of $60 per person. Space is limited;
preregistration is required.
SaTURDaY U.va. alumni Sing
The Stumblefoot Derby Reunion Race old cabell Hall auditorium
(Two-mile road race) All alumni of U.Va. singing groups are invited
7:30 a.m. Race-day registration 6:45–7:15 a.m. to join together in Old Cabell Hall and once
aquatic & Fitness center more raise your voices in song. Music (to be
Enjoy an early-morning two-mile road race on a fast provided) will include several of the beloved
and scenic tour of Grounds. All alumni, spouses and U.Va. songs, including “The Good Ol’ Song”
their guests are welcome to participate. Top finishers and a few other choral favorites. Come
overall for males and females, as well as the top alumna share stories of your adventures in
and alumnus in each reunion class, will receive awards. music, and join fellow singers in celebrat-
Compete for the coveted “Farthermost Hoo” award, ing the spirit of U.Va. through song. Sponsored by the
which recognizes the alumna or alumnus who traveled University Singers and led by faculty conductor michael
farthest from his/her permanent residence. Registration Slon, with special guest professor emeritus Don
fee is $15/runner (includes T-shirt and post-race “coach” Loach.
snacks), call 434-924-3791 for more information, or
register online at http://online.activenetwork.com/
UvaimS with program barcode #5602.
Visit the University Chapel to pay your respects to the
departed sons and daughters of the University and
view a display of alumni being remembered. The chapel
bells will begin to toll at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday to mark
the loss of members of the reunion classes who have
passed away since the last reunion.
Book Signing with Kate atwood
Kate atwood (Col ’00) is the founder of Kate’s Club, a
nationally acclaimed Atlanta-based not-for-profit orga-
nization dedicated to empowering children and teens
facing life after the death of a parent or sibling. In her
new book, A Healing Place, Kate offers compassionate,
real-world advice to parents and caregivers of children
who have lost a loved one.
Screening of 2005 alumni’s Film “Bureaucracy”
Wine 401: 5:00-6:30 p.m.
The art of Wine Tasting Wilson 402
1:30–3:30 p.m. Proactive Pictures, founded by alumnus andrew Perreault
monroe 130 (Engr ’05), will screen its first feature film, Bureaucracy. In the
A seminar for the wine enthusiast! Taste the best of the film, a loyal employee overburdened by a corrupt boss care-
house with top winemakers in the area. Barboursville fully plots a murder to save himself and his blind sister from
Vineyard (Luca Paschina), Jefferson Vineyard (chad economic hardship. Proactive Pictures, which also includes
Zakaib, Col ’94), King Family Vineyard (Kerry Hannon), alumni Brian Kirby (Col ’05) and matthew Webber (Engr ’05), is
and Kluge Estate Vineyard (Bill moses, Col ’68) will all currently in pre-production on its next two feature films.
present their top wines in this panel. Moderated by
Tom Faulders (Col ’71), president of the U.Va. Alumni
bReakFaSt bRUncHeS and lUncHeS
School of architecture class of 1985 25th Rouss Hall, east Lawn
Reunion Luncheon (Rain site: Rouss and Robertson Halls)
Join Dean carl Zeithaml and fellow alumni for a casual
outdoor classroom, campbell Hall South addition
buffet and great conversation in our home on the Lawn.
(Rain site: Kittredge Review Room 405, Elmaleh East
Take a self-guided tour of the building and enjoy a
Wing, Campbell Hall)
scrolling photo exhibit. We will have face painting and a
Join your fellow Architecture Class of 1985 members to
moon bounce for the kids, so bring your whole family!
kick off Reunions Weekend with a celebratory 25-year
reunion luncheon in one of Campbell Hall’s outdoor
classrooms. You won’t want to miss this opportunity for
Pavilion i Garden
a special and intimate class gathering in the school’s
(Rain site: Student Activities Building)
newly designed landscape.
Join Dean Robert Pianta and your friends from the Curry
School of Education in the garden at Pavilion I.
SaTURDaY engineering and applied Science
class of 1985 continental Breakfast Thornton Hall, Darden court
9:00–11:00 a.m. (Rain site: covered part of Darden court)
colonnade club and Garden (Pavilion vii) Join Dean Jim aylor (Engr ’68), faculty members and all
Stop by the Colonnade Club for a light breakfast with engineering reunion alumni and their families for a deli-
friends and classmates before heading off to the many cious lunch, live music and a wide variety of activities,
activities scheduled for the day. including arts and crafts and games for children. Guided
tours of Wilsdorf Hall will also be leaving from Darden
madison House 40th anniversary champagne Courtyard to explore some of the cutting edge research
Brunch being done at the School of Engineering and Applied
9:00–11:00 a.m. Science.
Pavillion iii Garden
(Rain site: Jefferson Hall, Hotel C) nursing alumni Luncheon & Program
Madison House will honor former volunteers and host noon–2:00 p.m.
a special tribute to those who helped after Hurricane Brooks Hall Tent
Camille. An array of original photographs on loan from (Severe rain site: Memorial Gymnasium)
Nelson County will begin a pictorial timeline to which Nursing alumni will find plenty that’s new in the school
you can contribute photos and add written impressions while enjoying the pleasure of old friendships at this
and experiences. Join us for this moving celebration of annual celebration. Hear updates from Dean Dorrie
student-led service. Fontaine and Patricia Booth Woodard (Nurs ’69), presi-
dent of the Nursing Alumni Association. Lunch buffet
will be available beginning at noon; the program will
ScHooL LUncHeS begin after 12:30 p.m.
architecture “come as you go” Brunch Featuring Larry
campbell Hall north Terrace Sabato’s crystal Ball
(Rain Site: Naug Lounge, 1st floor, Campbell Hall) 9:00 a.m.–noon – Brunch
All reunion classes are invited to celebrate the legacy 10:00–11:30 a.m. – Larry Sabato’s crystal Ball
and future of the A-school experience by gathering for aquatic & Fitness center
this informal picnic lunch right outside Campbell Hall. Gather with classmates one more time and enjoy a
Bring your family and tour the new building additions light brunch together and share stories of the weekend.
with old friends. Then listen to professor Larry Sabato (Col ’74) give his
predictions on the upcoming elections in his Crystal Ball
college of arts & Sciences discussion.
The Big Tent (alderman Library Plaza)
(Severe rain site: Aquatic & Fitness Center) Brown college at monroe Hill Brunch
All Arts & Sciences graduates are invited to the College 10:30 a.m.–noon
lunch with Dean meredith Woo. Bring your family and Georgia childress memorial Garden behind Hill House
introduce them to old friends while enjoying lunch with (Rain site: Monroe Hill)
some of your favorite faculty members. All past Monroe Hill/Brown College residents and their
family members are invited.
RecePtIonS Join fellow alumni during the weekend at one of the many receptions listed below. Events are
organized by current students and/or alumni of these groups. Refreshments and snacks will be
available. Updated information about locations will be available at check-in at Alumni Hall.
air Force RoTc Hispanic/Latino and Latin american alumni Serpentine Society Reception
Saturday 4:00–6:00 p.m. Saturday 2:00–4:00 p.m. Saturday 2:00–3:30 p.m.
Courtyard of Astronomy Building (Rain site: Colonnade Club Front Parlor (Pavilion VII) Pavilion IX Lower Garden, then to the
Inside Astronomy Building) Kaleidoscope (Rain site: Newcomb Hall
Honor committee Kaleidoscope Room)
alpha Phi omega Saturday 4:00–6:00 p.m.
Saturday 9:00–11:00 a.m. Newcomb Hall Room 168 T.i.L.K.a. Reception
Rotunda Lower West Oval Room Saturday 4:00–6:00 p.m.
Hoos in media Pavilion IV Lower Garden (Rain cancels)
anthropology, archaeology and Linguistics Saturday 9:00–11:00 a.m.
alumni Pavilion V Lower Garden (Rain site: 4th Floor Trigon engineering Society 40th
Saturday 4:00–6:00 p.m. West Lobby, New Cabell Hall) anniversary
Brooks Hall Lobby Saturday 4:00–6:00 p.m.
imP Society West Lawn Room #17
army RoTc Saturday 4:00–6:00 p.m.
Saturday 4:00–6:00 p.m. Peabody Hall University Guide Service
Astronomy Building, Room 117 Saturday 4:00–6:00 p.m.
Jefferson Literary and Debating Society Pavilion VIII Lounge
asian and asian Pacific american alumni Sippers
Saturday 9:00–11:00 a.m. Friday 5:00–7:00 p.m. University Judiciary committee
Pavilion V Upper Garden (Rain site: West Lawn Room #7 Saturday 9:00–11:00 a.m.
Newcomb Hall Kaleidoscope Room) Pavilion IV Lower Garden (Rain site: Minor
Jefferson Literary and Debating Society Hall Lobby)
Cavalier Daily alumni association Saturday 2:00–4:00 p.m.
Saturday 1:00–3:00 p.m. Jefferson Hall, Hotel C University Singers/chamber Singers/coro
Clemons Library Terrace (Rain site: West virginia
Range Café) Lawn Residents Saturday 2:00–4:00 p.m.
9:00–11:00 a.m. Pavilion IV Lower Garden (Rain site: Old
christian Fellowship Groups Pavilion VIII Garden (Rain site: Inside Cabell Hall Lobby)
Saturday 4:00–6:00 p.m. Pavilion VIII)
Pavilion VI Lower Garden (Rain site: Center University Union/University Programs
for Christian Study, 128 Chancellor Street) mcintire Department of art council
Friday 5:30–7:30 p.m. Saturday 2:00–4:00 p.m.
Drama Department alumni Reception Ruffin Hall, 3rd floor gallery Newcomb Hall, Student Activities Center,
Friday 5:30–7:00 p.m. Room 164
Drama Building Lobby naval RoTc
Saturday 4:00–5:30 p.m. virginia Glee club
echols Scholars Maury 104 Saturday 2:00–4:00 p.m.
Saturday 4:00–6:00 p.m. Pavilion VIII Lower Garden (Rain site: Old
Pavilion V Lower Garden (Rain site: Raven Society
Cabell Hall Lobby)
Newcomb Hall South Meeting Room) Sunday 10:00 a.m.–Noon
13 West Range, Poe Room virginia Women’s chorus
Hillel Saturday 2:00-4:00 p.m.
Saturday 9:00–11:00 a.m. Rodman Scholars
Pavilion VIII Upper Garden (Rain site: Old
Pavilion VI Lower Garden (Rain site: Hillel) Saturday 4:00–6:00 p.m.
Cabell Hall Lobby)
Wilsdorf Hall Lounge
School of architecture open House Reception Fraternity and Sorority Receptions
Friday 5:30–7:00 p.m. Saturday 2:00–4:00 p.m.
campbell Hall Sponsored by various fraternity and sorority house alumni boards
Take time to tour the newly completed Campbell Hall additions and returning alumni.
and renovations while catching up with current and former For locations refer to “Weekend at a Glance” on page 4.
faculty, as well as friends from your undergraduate days, at this
special gathering for all A-School reunion classes. class of 2005 Beer Garden
Saturday 3:00–5:00 p.m.
nursing class of 1970 Reception Pavilion X Garden (Rain site: Newcomb Hall Game Room)
Friday 6:00–7:00 p.m. Spend a relaxing afternoon in Pavilion X Garden catching up with
Pavilion v Lower Garden (Rain site: Garden Room) old friends and tasting several local beers. This event will feature
Catch up with old friends in a beautiful garden on the Lawn beers from around the Charlottesville area, as well as other drinks
before your class dinner. Enjoy light refreshments as we start the and snacks.
weekend off right.
First-Year Dorm and Resident Staff Reunions
Tribute to Dean Sylvia Terry and Black alumni Reception Saturday 3:30–5:00 p.m.
Saturday 2:00–4:00 p.m. old Dorms Quad (Rain cancels)
colonnade club Solarium and Garden (Pavilion vii) Don’t miss this chance to visit with people who helped create
(Rain site: Garden Room) some of your first and most lasting memories—classmates from
Sylvia Terry, associate dean of the University of Virginia’s Office your first-year dorm. While the dorms will not be open for viewing
of African-American Affairs, has retired after 29 years. Among due to summer camps, come meet up in the Old Dorms quad for
her accomplishments at the University is the award-winning refreshments and reminiscing.
Peer Advisor Program, which has made a major contribution
to U.Va.’s 15-year record of having the highest black gradua-
tion rate for public universities. We invite all alumni, family and
friends to this tribute and reception as we officially honor Sylvia
Terry’s dedication and commitment to the University of Virginia.
Bring your family to enjoy the University and
participate in some of these family-friendly/
kid-friendly activities. Most activities are super-
vised. Some activities require an additional fee.
SaTURDaY will look at Alexander Calder’s work and learn basic
metal working techniques. Participants will hammer
cavalier Kids’ Day (ages 5–11) and cut pieces of metal and wire to make a mobile.
aquatic & Fitness center
e) The Rhythmic World (Grades 6–10)
Let your children enjoy a morning of games, sports,
The theme is our planet’s rich diversity of peoples, and
swimming and recreational activities in the Aquatic
the common wisdom of native cultures. Learn about
& Fitness Center while you attend events on
many different cultures through their musical instru-
Grounds. Children should be dressed in comfort-
ments: African drums, Australian didgeridoos and
able play clothes with sneakers. Also, please pack
Native American flutes, as well as songs and stories
a swimsuit and towel. In case of rain, all activities
from around the world. Then make and decorate your
will be held indoors. Light snacks will be provided.
own didgeridoo, and learn to play it.
Parents must drop off children, sign waivers and pick
up children in the Aquatic & Fitness Center lobby.
Registration fee is $25 per child, call the aquatic &
Fitness center at 434-924-3791 for more information, SeSSIon II 1:00–3:00 p.m
or register online at http://online.activenetwork. check-in starts at 12:45 p.m.
com/UvaimS with program barcode #5602. $20 per child
kids’ CoLLege (aGeS 5–16) a) Pop-ups That Go Ka-Pow! (Grades K–2)
Have you ever wanted to make a card that really gets
U.va. art museum (155 Rugby Road) someone’s attention? In this workshop learn to make
Supervised arts activities will be provided by the U.Va. a card that pops, zings and goes “ka-pow!” when
Art Museum. Parents must drop off and pick up children opened. Students will use basic pop-up techniques,
at the program site. gorgeous papers and their imaginations to create a
unique pop-up card that looks professional!
SeSSIon I 9:30 a.m.–12:45 p.m.
check-in starts at 9:00 a.m. b) The Rhythmic World (Grades K–2)
$25 per child The theme is our planet’s rich diversity of peoples and
(box lunch provided) the common wisdom of native cultures. Learn about
many different cultures through their musical instru-
a) Painting the night Sky (Grades K–2) ments: African drums, Australian didgeridoos and
Painters have been interpreting the mystery and beauty Native American flutes, as well as songs and stories
of night skies for centuries. Students will have the from around the world. Then make and decorate your
opportunity to explore the subject with acrylic paint. own didgeridoo, and learn to play it.
Capture your backyard or the cosmos in whatever style
you wish. c) Painting the night Sky (Grades 3–5)
Painters have been interpreting the mystery and beauty
b) exposure to cyanotypes (Grades K–2) of night skies for centuries. Students will have the
Explore one of the first photographic printing processes, opportunity to explore the subject with acrylic paint.
the cyanotype. Create light-resistant masks using trans- Capture your backyard or the cosmos in whatever style
parencies, cutout shapes, lines of thread and natural you wish.
objects and use the sun to develop prints on light-sensi-
tive paper. Students will take home their final cyanotype d) exposure to cyanotypes (Grades 3–5)
along with their drawings, mask and objects. Explore one of the first photographic printing processes,
the cyanotype. Create light-resistant masks using trans-
c) Pop-ups That Go Ka-Pow! (Grades K–2) parencies, cutout shapes, lines of thread and natural
Have you ever wanted to make a card that really gets objects and use the sun to develop prints on light-sensi-
someone’s attention? In this workshop, learn to make a tive paper. Students will take home their final cyanotype
card that pops, zings and goes “ka-pow!” when opened. along with their drawings, mask and objects.
Students will use basic pop-up techniques, gorgeous
papers and their imaginations to create a unique pop-up e) The World of metals (Grades 6–10)
card that looks professional! Steel, brass, copper, aluminum and bronze—how do
they feel and look and how do you work with them? We
d) The World of metals (Grades 3–5) will look at Alexander Calder’s work and learn basic
Steel, brass, copper, aluminum and bronze—how do metal working techniques. Participants will hammer and
they feel and look and how do you work with them? We cut pieces of metal and wire to make a mobile.
Kids’ carnival Game Room
3:00–5:00 p.m. open House
madison Bowl (Rain cancels) 9:00 p.m.–midnight
Come by Mad Bowl and enjoy the Reunions Weekend newcomb Hall Game Room (2nd floor)
Kids’ Carnival. Your kids will have a ton of fun with moon While you are enjoying time with your classmates, your
bounces, obstacle courses, balloons, carnival foods and kids can wander over to the Newcomb Game Room
more. We guarantee you and your family will have a to play ping pong, enjoy a game of pool or watch their
great time. carnival will not be supervised. children favorite show on TV. event will not be supervised.
must be accompanied by an adult.
Kids’ movie Little Hoos Hanging out
Monsters, Inc. Friday 6:00–9:00 p.m., 9:00 p.m.–midnight
8:30–10:30 p.m. Saturday noon–3:00 p.m., 6:00–9:00 p.m., 9:00 p.m.–midnight
newcomb Hall Kaleidoscope Room newcomb Hall commonwealth Room
Drop your kids off in Newcomb Hall to enjoy free pop- Bright Beginnings Preschool will offer evening and
corn and a movie. We will be showing Monsters, Inc., a weekend babysitting for infants through 5 years of age
Walt Disney Pictures G-rated film. Open to kids 5 years at an on-Grounds site. Drop off your kids for an after-
of age and up. Staff members from Bright Beginnings noon or evening of making art, playing with blocks,
Preschool will supervise the activity. or taking a nap in our quiet room. Bright Beginnings
is state licensed and fully insured, with experienced
Teens’ movie staff who are trained in CPR and first aid. You must
National Treasure bring your child’s immunization record. Provided:
9:00–11:00 p.m. snacks, toys, books, art supplies and sleeping mats.
newcomb Hall South meeting Room Not provided: diapers, baby wipes, cribs, food for
Encourage your teens to drop by Newcomb Hall to infants, full meals. Participation requires an addi-
enjoy free popcorn and a movie. We will be showing tional fee of $30 per three-hour time block for infants
National Treasure, a Walt Disney Pictures PG-rated film. through 2 years of age, and $20 per three-hour block
This movie will not be supervised. for children ages 3 through 5.
Jazz Piano Lounge
newcomb Hall main Lounge
FRiDaY Looking for a calm and casual atmosphere to talk with your
Speidel, Goodrich, Goggin and Lille (SGGL) friends after dinner? Or just have an interest in relaxing to
9:30 p.m.–midnight light entertainment after a busy weekend? Come listen to a
amphitheater (Rain site: Aquatic & Fitness Center) jazz pianist while enjoying coffee and refreshments.
Kick off Reunions Weekend by catching up with
friends and listening to the sounds of Speidel, class of 1995 Greek Party
Goodrich, Goggin and Lille. SGGL formed in 9:00 p.m.–1:00 a.m.
Charlottesville in 1983 while the band members were St. anthony Hall, 133 chancellor St.
undergrads, and they continue to play to sell out The Greek community and guests are invited to join
crowds. classmates after dinner for some live music by the Smith
Cooley Band. Beer, wine and cocktails will be provided.
Hosted and sponsored by the Reunion Giving Committee
class of 2005 Bar night for the Class of 1995.
The Biltmore Grill The voltage Brothers
Revisit your nights on the Corner and celebrate your 9:00–11:00 p.m.
return to Charlottesville. Meet up with classmates to amphitheater (Rain site: Aquatic & Fitness Center)
enjoy drink specials and live music. Stop by the Amphitheater to experience pure electricity! The
Voltage Brothers are guaranteed to have you on the dance
floor. From Motown to funk, classic rock to pop, the Voltage
Brothers will blow you away with their soulful style.
The Breakfast club
10:00 p.m.–1:00 a.m.
Lawn - South end (Rain site: Memorial Gymnasium)
Head to the South Lawn to party with the Breakfast Club,
the longest-established ‘80s tribute band in the country.
Dance the night away while singing along to hits from Eddie
Money, Bon Jovi, Journey, Michael Jackson, Duran Duran
The Skip castro Band
11:00 p.m.–1:00 a.m.
amphitheater (Rain site: Aquatic & Fitness Center)
Virginia’s legendary four-piece rockin’ rhythm and blues
and swing boogie-woogie band is excited to be a part of
Reunions Weekend again this year. The band includes two
U.Va. alumni: bassist charlie Pastorfield (Col ‘75) and guitar-
ist Bo Randall (Col ‘75), drummer corky Schoonover attend-
ed U.Va., and the band’s energetic and iconic keyboardist,
Danny Beirne, kept the parties in C’ville going strong. Don’t
miss this Wahoo favorite!
U.Va. Bookstore: During Reunions, members receive a
20 percent discount. Members must present the discount
coupon, available at the membership table, and a member-
The Virginia Shop: Located in Barracks Road Shopping
Center, members receive 20 percent off one item.
Sugarleaf Vineyards: Located in North Garden, 10
minutes south of U.Va., Sugarleaf Vineyards offers Life
Membership in the Alumni Members complimentary tastings at the tasting room for
the member and one guest and a 10 percent discount on all
Association is one of the wine purchases.
simplest, most meaningful Jefferson Vineyards: Located one mile south of
Monticello, Jefferson Vineyards offers life members and
and affordable ways to give their guests free, basic wine tastings. This offer includes
to the University. Member glasses and the current portfolio (typically six to 10 wines).
All wine purchases by Life Members will be made at a mini-
support plays a crucial role mum of 15 percent discount, with a maximum discount of 25
percent for case purchases.
in providing many quality
Birdwood Golf: Members receive a 20 percent dis-
programs and services that count on all U.Va. or Birdwood logo items at Birdwood Golf
benefit the University, stu- Course’s Pro Shop as well as a discount on daily green fees
and annual memberships.
dents and all alumni. Thank
Eljo’s Clothing: Members receive a 15 percent dis-
you to the 60,000-plus count on regularly priced merchandise. Located at 1067
Millmont St., this long-time establishment offers a variety
members of Virginia apparel.
– you make Farmington Country Club: Farmington Country Club:
Life Members are eligible for a special rate for non-
resident membership provided they meet the member-
ship requirements of the Club. If you are interested in
membership at Farmington Country Club, please contact
Tom Zimmermann, Farmington Country Club membership
director, at (434) 245-0684 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Members receive great
benefits. While you’re vis- Charlottesville Restaurants
iting Charlottesville, enjoy Melting Pot
501 East Water St. | 20 percent discount on entrées
these special savings.
Please present your mem- Wild Wings
820 W. Main St. | 10 percent discount
bership card at time of pur- Littlejohn’s
chase. Temporary member- 1427 University Ave. | Free medium soda with a purchase of
sandwich $5 or greater
ship cards are available at
McGrady’s Irish Pub
the membership table. For 946 Grady Ave. | 20 percent off for Reunions weekend
a complete list of benefits, Zazu’s
visit www.alumni.virginia. Townside Shopping Center on Ivy Road | Buy one entrée,
receive second at half price
817 W. Main St. | 15 percent off during Reunions weekend
104 14th St. 10 percent off every purchase
1043 Emmet St. North | 10 percent off your entire order
Take-It-Away Sandwich Shop
115 Elliewood Ave. | Free 20-ounce soda with purchase of
The College Inn
For more information on membership please 1511 University Ave. | 10 percent discount off any regular
visit www.alumni.virginia.edu/membership or price pizza
call (434) 243-9000.
For information or questions about Reunions
GeneRal InFoRmatIon Weekend activities, please call 434-243-9000.
cancellations and Refunds contacts for Reunion Giving
Requests must be submitted in writing to the U.Va. For information or questions about making a reunion gift or
Alumni Association Reunions office, P.O. Box 400314, your class giving efforts, please call 1-800-688-9882.
Charlottesville, VA 22904; by fax: 434-243-9083 or direct-
ed to Terry Deane at email@example.com by close of Beth Bishop Director of Reunion and Leadership Annual
business May 26, 2010. A $25 registration fee is non-re-
Giving (Classes: 1960, 1985)
fundable; all other fees are refundable before this date.
contacts at alumni Hall ethan Dodson Assistant Director
For information or questions about registration or your (Classes: 1995, 2000, 2005)
class activities, please call 434-243-9000. 434-243-8715, firstname.lastname@example.org
Jason Life Director of Reunions Samantha Hartog Assistant Director
email@example.com (Classes: 1975, 1990)
e. cecil Banks, Jr. Associate Director
(Class: 1985) emily Justus Assistant Director
firstname.lastname@example.org (Class: 1965)
caitlin Brown Assistant Director
(Class: 1975) Kate Turnbull Rullman Assistant Director
email@example.com (Classes: 1970, 1980)
ashley cullop Assistant Director
(Class: 2005) Parking
firstname.lastname@example.org Temporary parking for check-in is available at Alumni
Hall. Parking is prohibited on McCormick Road and in
Katelyn mendoza Assistant Director Lawn alleys at all times. The Central Grounds Parking
(Class: 1995) Garage is available at no charge, but a permit is required
upon exit. A permit will be included in your registration
email@example.com packet at Alumni Hall. Additional parking is available
free of charge in selected lots; a map will be provided at
Kyle montgomery Assistant Director
check-in. Disabled parking: You may park in a disabled
(Classes: 1965, 1990, 2000) parking space if you have a valid disabled permit or
firstname.lastname@example.org license plates displayed. If you have questions regarding
accessibility or disabled parking for reunion events, call
elizabeth Steel Assistant Director Doris Payne at 434-243-9044. For a map of grounds, go to
(Classes: 1970, 1980) www.virginia.edu/map/ for more information.
Sponsor’s executive Residence center (Darden School) on-GRoUnDS HoUSinG aRRivaL anD DePaRTURe inFoRmaTion
Arrival and Departure Information
office Hours: 24-hour desk service available to all
guests. Date Time Location
Phone: (434) 243-5000 Check-In June 3 2:00-10:00 p.m. Kent Conference Center
June 4 Before noon Kent Conference Center
Queen room: $145.00 per night
Reference the “U.Va. Spring Reunion Block 2010” Noon-8:00 p.m. Alumni Hall
when making your reservation at Sponsor’s Executive 8:30 p.m.-midnight Kent Conference Center
Residence Center. June 5 7:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m. Kent Conference Center
U.va. conference Services
Check-Out June 6 8:00 a.m.-noon Aquatic & Fitness Center
office Hours: monday–Friday 7:00 a.m.–10:00 p.m.
after office hours, please call 434-924-4479 for emergen- 8:00 a.m.-noon Alumni Hall
cies only. 8:00 a.m.-noon Kent Conference Center
e-mail: ConferenceServices@virginia.edu *a full extra day’s charge will apply to check-outs made after 11:00 a.m.
on your scheduled day of departure.
admission Liaison Program zation record. Provided: snacks, toys, books, art supplies
Alumni in town for Reunions Weekend who wish to and sleeping mats. Not provided: diapers, baby wipes,
schedule an appointment with the Admission Liaison staff cribs, food for infants, full meals. Participation requires
for their rising 10th, 11th, or 12th graders should consider an additional fee of $30 per three-hour time block for
extending their visit by one day. Information about the infants through 2 years of age, and $20 per three-hour
program and how to schedule an appointment is avail- block for children ages 3 through 5.
able online at www.alumni.virginia.edu/admission.
Friends of Bill W. meeting
alumni career Services center Friday 5:30 p.m., immanuel Lutheran church on 2416
Alumni who wish to schedule a consultation with the Jefferson Park ave.
Alumni Career Services Center during Reunions Weekend Saturday 7:00 p.m., Wesley memorial United methodist
should plan to come a day early or stay a day later. church, 1908 Thomson Road
Services and fees are published online at www.alumni. Saturday 8:00 p.m., St. Thomas aquinas church, 401
virginia.edu/CareerServices.aspx. Contact Liz Sprouse, alderman Road
assistant director of Alumni Career Services, in advance Living Sober Group. Open speaker/discussion. All inter-
at email@example.com to reserve an appointment time. ested alumni are welcome to attend.
alumni education nursing mothers Station
A Lifetime of Learning for U.Va. Alumni, Parents and Friends Friday and Saturday 9:00 a.m. - midnight
The Reunions Weekend 2010 seminars have been coor- newcomb Hall Boardroom (3rd Floor)
dinated in partnership with the Office of Engagement As a service for nursing mothers, a room in Newcomb Hall
and Alumni Education programs. Continue learning with will be available for mothers to take a break from reunion
the University of Virginia—on Grounds, online or close activities in privacy. Refreshments will be provided.
to your home. The University offers many educational
opportunities. For more information go to: www.virginia. Hospitality Suite on the Lawn
edu/alumnieducation. Friday 10:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.
Saturday 9:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.
child care east Lawn Room #10
Little Hoos Hanging out Stop by our Lawn “Hospitality Suite” to grab a refreshing
Friday 6:00–9:00 p.m., 9:00 p.m.–midnight beverage or snack, borrow a Frisbee to enjoy the out-
Saturday noon–3:00 p.m., 6:00–9:00 p.m., 9:00 p.m.– doors, or just relax on the Lawn between events. Coffee
midnight and tea will be available on Saturday, 9:00–11:00 a.m.
newcomb Hall commonwealth Room
Bright Beginnings Preschool will offer evening and
weekend babysitting for infants through 5 years of age at
an on-Grounds site. Drop off your kids for an afternoon
or evening of making art, playing with blocks, or taking a
nap in our quiet room. Bright Beginnings is state licensed
and fully insured, with experienced staff who are trained
in CPR and first aid. You must bring your child’s immuni-
The Aquatic & Fitness Center (beside Scott Stadium at the
RecReatIon FacIlItIeS corner of Alderman & Whitehead Roads)
Friday: 6:00 a.m.–10:00 p.m.
Access to recreation facilities is provided as part Pool: 6:00 a.m.–9:00 a.m.
of the Reunions Weekend. Present your Reunions 12:00 p.m.–2:00 p.m.
Weekend 2010 nametag to use any of the following 5:45 p.m.–8:00 p.m.
facilities. Saturday: 8:00 a.m.–9:00 p.m.
Pool: 10:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.
The aquatic & Fitness center open House Sunday: 9:00 a.m.–9:00 p.m.
Saturday: 11:00 a.m.–3:30 p.m.
Pool: 10:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m.
Alumni, family, and friends are invited to tour the home
of Intramural-Recreational Sports and the Cavalier Memorial Gymnasium (across from the Alumni Association
varsity swimming and diving teams. You remember the on Emmet Street)
places where students exercise their minds, so stop Friday: 8:00 a.m. –9:00 p.m.
by today to see where they exercise their bodies. Saturday: 12:00 p.m.–4:00 p.m.
Sunday: 12:00 p.m.–4:00 p.m.
The aquatic & Fitness center
U.Va.’s flagship recreation facility is located just North Grounds Recreation Center (on Massie Road beside
the Darden entrance)
north of Scott Stadium on the corner of Alderman and Friday: 5:30 a.m.–9:00 p.m.
Whitehead roads. This facility offers three basketball/ Saturday: 8:00 a.m.–9:00 p.m.
multiuse courts, a 170-yard rubberized running track, Sunday: 9:00 a.m.–9:00 p.m.
more than 20,000 square feet of fitness equipment, a
50-meter pool with a separate warm-water pool, whirl- Snyder Tennis Center (next to Memorial Gymnasium on Emmet Street)
pool, sauna, showers, locker rooms, and multi-purpose 13 lighted tennis courts are available days and evenings until
rooms. The AFC also features “T.J.’s Locker” sports Midnight.
store and the Poolside Cafe.
neW eVentS and UPdateS
University of virginia art museum Tours of resources, programs, and leadership in today’s
155 Rugby Road Academical Village, despite past and present chal-
lenges. Come and discover who we are, where we’ve
FRiDaY, JUne 4 been, and where we’re going. Moderated by Serpentine
2:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. Society board member, Stephen Leonelli (Col ‘09), who
SaTURDaY, JUne 5 currently lives in Beijing, China.
2:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m., and 4:00 p.m. NOTE: Immediately following the panel discussion will be the
University of virginia art museum LGBT Resource Center Open House (4th floor, Newcomb Hall)
The museum’s collection numbers more than 12,000 until 5:30 p.m.
objects, from the ancient arts through art of the 21st
century. For this exhibition, the museum’s curators and The University of virginia 101: Seminar and
area specialists have chosen objects that highlight the Book Signing with coy Barefoot
strengths and diversity of the collection in each of its SaTURDaY, JUne 5
seven collecting areas. The exhibition will encourage the 3:00-4:15 p.m.
consideration of art practice across time and inspire com- minor 125
parisons between cultures. Take an unforgettable journey through the history of
Mr. Jefferson’s University with best-selling author coy
out in mr. Jefferson’s academical village: Barefoot. From the founding of the University to the
Queer History at U.va. demise of Easters, Barefoot recounts the true origins of
SaTURDaY, JUne 5 the honor code, the Seven Society, and will tell you how
3:30–4:45 p.m. the White Spot got its name. Barefoot’s talk includes
dozens of archival photographs, many of which have
newcomb Hall Kaleidoscope Room
never been published. Coy Barefoot’s books include
Come and learn all about our unique LGBT history at
The Corner: A History of Student Life at the University
the University of Virginia, told through the experiences
of Virginia, Thomas Jefferson on Leadership, and the
of those who have lived it: current U.Va. students and
upcoming The University of Virginia and Charlottesville:
alumni, including a representative from the classes.
Yesterday and Today. Barefoot teaches the history of
The important contributions of lesbian, gay, bisexual
UVa, the Corner, and Charlottesville in the School for
and transgender individuals to the life of the University
Continuing and Professional Studies.
have grown exponentially since the early 1970’s. Our
Book signing with the author to follow. Books will be
community, so often unseen within the larger University
available for sale in minor Hall lobby.
community, continues to make major strides in terms
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