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      Virtual Reunion 2021

      Connect. Share. Celebrate. June 3-6, 2021.

      Smithies have been celebrating Reunions for well over 100 years—and we’re not about to stop now! Thank you for joining us to celebrate the 2021 Reunions virtually.

      Reunion Schedule

      Smithies from around the world are invited to participate in Virtual Reunion 2021 festivities. A series of live and recorded virtual events will be available to alums starting on Thursday, June 3. Most events require advance registration and are reserved for reuning alums. Registration for Reunion launched on April 19 in an email that was sent to all reunion-year alums with email addresses.

      Time Events
      8 a.m.

      A suite of on-demand content goes live on the reunion site and can be enjoyed at any time, including:

      Service of Remembrance
      Rev. Matilda Rose Cantwell MSW ’96, Director of Religious & Spiritual Life and College Chaplain

      Faculty Showcase
      Featuring:

      3-4:30 p.m.

      Class Program

      Class of ’71 - 50th Milestone
      Making Waves: Then and Now - Brief presentations from the reunion team, followed by small group discussions on topics of the times – topics from our years at Smith and today.

      6 p.m.

      The New Neilson: First Experiences
      Since it opened in 1909, Neilson Library has been the academic heart of Smith College. A comprehensive renovation has now transformed our library into a technology-infused hub filled with active learning areas, the right balance of print and digital resources, and flexible spaces that support the entrepreneurial spirit of our students. Join dean of libraries Susan Fliss along with other members of the library team for a glimpse of how students are experiencing the new library in these first months and learn about new services planned for the fall.

      Time Events
      Noon

      Faculty Showcase

      Imperfect Alchemist: Changing the Canon Through Historical Fiction
      Naomi Miller, Professor of English Language & Literature
      Professor Miller’s course on “Shakespeare’s Sisters” focuses on Renaissance women writers who were long excluded from the literary canon. Her talk shares how the course inspired her to change the canon outside the classroom in her own series of historical novels, to introduce these extraordinary women to a wider public.

      1:30-3 p.m.

      Class programs

      Class of ’61 - 60th Milestone
      Your class reunion team has planned a memorable reunion program.

      Class of ’76 - 45th Reunion
      In keeping with our theme, "Women of Wonder", six classmates will share thoughts on wide-ranging topics of interest, reflecting different directions our lives have taken, the passions that animate us, and our continuing curiosity as we come together to celebrate our 45th Reunion.

      3:30-5 p.m.

      Class programs

      Class of ’51 - 70th Reunion
      Your class reunion team has planned a memorable reunion program.

      Class of ’66 - 55th Reunion
      Class of 1966 Panel. Theme is No Stopping Us Now: New Horizons. ?
      Speakers on Life off the Grid; ?Relocation: ?A New Life; ?Inspiration and Creativity; and Memory, Health and Wellness as We Age.

      5 p.m.

      Remarks by President Kathleen McCartney

      6 p.m.

      Virtual Friday Tea
      Join your classmates for Friday Tea, a cherished Smith tradition. Spend social time with your classmates, and connect in smaller breakout groups.

      7 p.m.

      Sounds of Smith, a virtual concert
      Join us this evening for a curated series of short performances by faculty, staff, alums and students - a joyous celebration of music at Smith. Senior Lecturer and Director of Orchestral & Choral Activities Jonathan Hirsh and other members of the music department will be on hand for Q&A following the performances.

      Time Events
      Noon

      Virtual Reunion Parade
      Watch a virtual reunion parade that includes photographs of your class, and your class parade signs.

      1-2:30 p.m.

      Class programs

      Class of ’56 - 65th Reunion
      We are the Eldernauts celebrating our being together and exploring our future.

      Class of ’96 - 25th Milestone
      We’re excited to announce that Dr. Ruth J. Simmons, President of Prairie View A&M University, will be our guest during Reunion 2021. As her first graduating class at Smith College we had a front row seat to her rise to being a national thought leader and visionary university president.

      3-4:30 p.m.

      Class programs

      Class of ’86 - 35th Milestone
      Your class reunion team has planned a memorable reunion program.

      Class of ’01 - 20th Reunion
      Your class reunion team has planned a memorable reunion program.

      5 p.m.

      Faculty Showcase Live Q&A
      Alums are invited to watch on-demand faculty lectures available on the reunion event site, prior to joining faculty members for this live Q&A with:

      6 p.m.

      Smithies of Color Reunion Social
      Spend social time with reuning alums of color and connect in smaller breakout groups.

      7 p.m.

      Reunion Dance Party
      Tune in for the release of a reunion dance party playlist featuring top hits of each graduation year!

      Time Events
      Noon

      Visual Art in a Virtual World
      Meet Jessica Nicoll, Director and Louise Ines Doyle ’34 Chief Curator of the Smith College Museum of Art '83, for an insider glimpse at how the museum's creative staff has adapted this year to connect people to art, ideas and each other in the virtual space.

      During a year of physical closure, the SCMA found amazing new ways to be true to its mission in the virtual world, recognizing how broad its reach truly is. Museum staff developed new skills and used new tools to reach audiences all around the world, at a time when people needed the special kind of inspiration that art can provide. This program will offer some of the highlights of this past year, as well as a chance to view and appreciate some works in the collection.

      1:30-3 p.m.

      Class programs

      Class of ’81 - 40th Reunion
      Shaped By Smith: Sharing Our Stories - Our class will share treasured and formative memories from our time at Smith.

      Class of ’91 - 30th Reunion
      Your class reunion team has planned a memorable reunion program.

      Class of ’11 - 10th Reunion
      Hear stories of how your classmates are working for social justice followed by a discussion on how you can learn more, get involved, or further the work you’re already doing.

      3:30-5 p.m.

      Class programs

      Class of ’06 - 15th Reunion
      Your class reunion team has planned a memorable reunion program.

      Class of ’16 - 5th Reunion
      Your class reunion team has planned a memorable reunion program.

      4-5 p.m.

      Class programs

      Class of ’71 - 50th Milestone
      A participatory Talking Circle inspired by the Broadway play about Gloria Steinem, will be led by its author Emily Mann, and introduced by her sister Carol Mann ‘71.

       

      Socks for Scholarships, a limited-edition opportunity for alums celebrating Reunion this year! Pictured: Socks, bright blue decorated with a repeating pattern of Smith's informal seal in royal purple.

       

      Socks for Scholarships

      A Limited-Edition Opportunity for Alums

      This spring, we are asking alums celebrating Reunion to come together in support of current Smithies—and earn a pair of limited-edition Smith socks in the process!

      LEARN MORE
       

      Connect With Your Class

      70th Reunion: 51 Tackles Technology

      Class of 1951

      Class program: Friday, June 4
      3:30-5:00 p.m. Eastern

      Email


      65th Reunion: Eldernauts

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      Class program: Saturday, June 5
      1:00-2:30 p.m. Eastern

      60th Milestone Reunion: Celebrating Smith

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      Class program: Friday, June 4
      1:30-3:00 p.m. Eastern

      Class of 1961 website
      Class of 1961 Facebook page

      55th Reunion: No Stopping Us Now

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      Class program: Friday, June 4
      3:30-5:00 p.m. Eastern

      Class of 1966 website
      Class of 1966 Facebook page

      50th Milestone Reunion: Making Waves

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      Class programs:
      Thursday, June 3
      3:00-4:30 p.m. Eastern

      Sunday, June 6
      4:00-5:00?p.m. Eastern

      Class of 1971 website
      Class of 1971 Facebook page
      Email

      45th Reunion: Women of Wonder

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      Class program: Friday, June 4
      1:30-3:00 p.m. Eastern

      Class of 1976 website
      Class of 1976 Facebook page
      Email

      40th Reunion: Brilliant & Resilient

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      Class program: Sunday, June 6
      1:30-3:00 p.m. Eastern

      Class of 1981 website
      Class of 1981 Facebook page
      Instagram: @smithcollege81

      35th Milestone Reunion: That's What Friends Are For

      1986 class logo

      Class program: Saturday, June 5
      3:00-4:30 p.m. Eastern

      Class of 1986 Facebook page

      30th Reunion

      class of 1991 reunion logo

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      Class program: Sunday, June 6
      1:30-3:00 p.m. Eastern

      Class of 1991?Facebook?page

      25th Milestone Reunion: ChChChChanges: Turn and Face the Strange

      Class program: Saturday, June 5
      1:00-2:30 p.m. Eastern

      Class of 1996 Facebook page
      Email

      Instagram: SmithClassof96
      Twitter: SmithClassof96

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      20th Reunion: 2001 Goes Platinum: Together Even When We're Apart

      2001 class logo


      Class program: Saturday, June 5
      3:00-4:30 p.m. Eastern

      Class of 2001 website
      Class of 2001 Facebook page

      15th Reunion:?Reflect and Reconnect

      2006 class logo


      Class program: Sunday, June 6
      3:30-5:00 p.m. Eastern

      Class of 2006 Facebook page
      Email

      10th Reunion: Together at Ten: a decade of plagues, protests, and perseverance

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      Class program: Sunday, June 6
      1:30-3:00 p.m. Eastern

      Class of 2011 Facebook page
      Email

      5th Reunion: Surviving and Thriving Since 2016

      Class program: Sunday, June 6
      3:30-5:00 p.m. Eastern

      Class of 2016 Facebook page

       

      Global Illumination 2021

      Created in collaboration between the Office of College Relations, the Office of Alumnae Relations and the Spatial Analysis Lab, this map shows the widespread support for the class of 2021. Each glowing orb represents a lantern submitted by the Smith College community around the world.

      EXPLORE THE GLOBAL ILLUMINATION MAP

       

      Frequently Asked Questions

      How do Reunion-year alums register for Reunion?

      • Registration for Reunion launched on April 19 in an email that was sent to all Reunion-year alums with email addresses. To register for Virtual Reunion 2021, please check your email and use the registration link that was sent to you.?
      • If you didn’t receive an email, or need another copy, email reunionregistration@smith.edu and we will send you a new link to register.?
      • If you need help registering or would like to register over the phone, please call 800-526-2023 or 413-585-2150.?
      • Please note that all Reunion-year alums will receive a printed postcard with the registration link, and a phone number to call for help with registration.?

      I’m not in a Reunion year, but I would like to participate in some of the faculty events. How can I do that?
      Most reunion events planned by the college will be accessible here, on this webpage. To participate during the reunion, simply visit this page from June 3 to June 6! Full reunion registration and class events are not available to alums who are not in reunion years.

      Can someone else register me on my behalf?
      Yes! A person can register on your behalf, using the registration link that was emailed to you at the beginning of April. The most important piece of information is a working email address so you can receive an email containing all the Zoom links for the events you have registered for.

      Do I need to register in advance to participate in Reunion festivities?
      Alums in Reunion year are invited to register for their class-specific program, the Friday tea, the Smithies of color social, and to college programs. Advanced registration is required, and alums will then receive an email containing all the Zoom links for the events they have registered for.

      Can I modify or cancel my registration?
      Yes! To modify or cancel your registration, go to the Virtual Reunion 2021 registration page, which can be found on your email invitation or email confirmation. At the top of the page, click View/Modify Registration. On the next screen, enter your confirmation number and email address.

      Will registration close at a certain time, or will it be open until the moment the Reunion closes on June 6?
      Registration by May 2 is encouraged to help our planning. If you register by May 2, you will receive a special reunion gift! Registration will continue to stay open right through the duration of the reunion event.

      What is the special Reunion gift?
      Alums who register by May 2 will receive a candle from Smith, as a special reunion gift. It will be mailed to alums using their contact information that we have in our Smith database. As part of the registration process, alums can select not to receive the gift.?

      What will be the cost to participate in Reunion?
      There is no charge to participate in the Virtual Reunion 2021 program.

      What will the class-specific events be like?
      Each class will have a private virtual event hosted by the college. Watch for news and updates from your class reunion team, and check your class website and social media sites for updates throughout the spring. The private class Zoom meetings will require registration and are not available to the larger community.?

      Will the class programming be recorded for later viewing?
      Class-specific programs will be recorded and available for later viewing. A link to the recording can be shared with classmates after reunion.

      Will my class be represented in the Virtual Reunion Parade?
      Your class parade signs, submitted by reunion volunteers, will be included in a Virtual Reunion Parade. The parade slideshow will go live on Saturday, June 5 at 12 p.m. eastern.

      I am new to virtual events. Will there be training for Reunion attendees?
      Yes! We will be making available training resources designed to help familiarize those who are new to participating in virtual events. A live training will also be offered to reunion attendees in May. ?

      Can alums participate in Global Illumination?
      Yes! On Saturday, May 29, in a show of solidarity and strength, members of the Smith community from around the world post online photos of their own candle-lighting celebration, with locations cited on an interactive map. More information to come in the first week of May.

      Will there be a special initiative for Reunion class fundraising?
      Yes! The Smith Fund is running a “Socks for Scholarships” campaign from April 20 through May 20. Your gift through this campaign will support scholarship aid for current students.
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      This campaign is only for alums celebrating Reunion this June. We hope you will donate and show off your new socks with pride! Donations of $60 or more to one of Smith’s scholarship designations will receive a pair of limited edition Smith socks. (Those who do not want the socks may email thesmithfund@smith.edu to opt out from receiving them at the time of donation.) Smith will be sending emails about this campaign, and alums may also donate via the Reunion registration process.

       

      Contact

      Alumnae Relations
      Reunion Questions
      Phone: 800-526-2023 or 413-585-2150
      Email: reunionregistration@smith.edu

      Please contact us for any questions not answered in the FAQ.

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      Update your contact information online or log into the Alumnae Directory.

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