Dartmouth Class of 1993 • 20th Reunion


June 15–17 | Hanover


Event Program

Register Now! Class headquarters: Brace Commons and McColloch    Class tent: Alumni Gym lawn (west)    Junior tent: Davis Varsity House lawn
Teen tent: Mass Row lawn    Toddler tent: Andres lawn

Class-planned events College-planned events • $: charge not included in reunion reg fee  

Thursday, June 14

Mt. Moosilauke Ravine Lodge Overnight Stay ($)
This optional Dartmouth Outing Club event includes hiking, meals, and overnight lodging. Registration opens May 14. To reserve, call lodge at (603) 764-5858.

 

Friday, June 15

8:30 am–5 pm
Mt. Moosilauke Day Hike ($)
Meet at Robinson Hall
Contact DOC directly to reserve and pay; call (603) 646-2428 or email opo@dartmouth.edu.

9 am–10 pm
Junior Program
Tent, Davis Varsity House
Ages 612. Snacks, lunch and dinner included. Registration required.

9 am–midnight
Teen Program
9 am9 pm, Mass Row tent; 9 pmmidnight, lower level Collis Center or lower level lounge in Mid Mass
Ages 1317. Snacks, lunch, and dinner included. Registration required. Register at Junior Tent on Hitchcock Lawn.

9 am–9 pm
1993 Registration
Class tent

9–10 am
Dartmouth Underground: Steam Tunnel Tour
Meet at north side entrance of heating plant, facing New Hampshire Hall
Led by William Riehl, chief operating engineer. Limited to 25.

Demystifying the Digital Camera 
Room 110, Moore
Do you have a digital camera but don't quite know what all the buttons do? This workshop is for you. Bring your digital camera and the owner's manual (if you can find it!) and begin taking better pictures in no time! Michael Beahan '97AS has thirty years of experience as a media services professional at Princeton University and Dartmouth College. Limited to 20 participants.

10:30–11:30 am
Investigations into the Ancient Mediterranean
Hood Museum of Art
Led by Essi Rönkkö, assistant curator for special projects.

Engineering and Medicine: Partners in Innovation
Spanos Auditorium, Thayer School of Engineering
Presented by Thayer School of Engineering and Geisel School of Medicine.
Speakers: Alexander Hartov Th '88 on prostrate cancer screening with electrical impedence imaging; and Erik J. Kobylarz '91M, '91Th, MD, PhD, on biomedical engineering applications in clinical neurophysiology.

noon–2 pm
Lunch on Your Own ($)

1–3 pm
Baker Bell Tower Open House
Directions and information available at Baker info desk.

1–4 pm
1993 Golf ($)
Hanover Country Club, Rope Ferry Road
Contact: Veree Brown '93 at vhawkins93@hotmail.com

1–4:30 pm
Navigating College Admissions: A Workshop for Families (Update 6/12/12: This session is at capacity. Please email ar.ace@dartmouth.edu to be placed on the waitlist.)
Oopik Auditorium, Class of 1978 Life Sciences Center
Offered to alumni to familiarize parents and college bound students (grades 7-11) with the national college admissions process. Space is limited and preregistration is required. Call (603) 646-9159 to register.

1:45–5 pm
DOC Activities ($)  and Open House
Robinson Hall
Whitewater rafting, high ropes course and organic farm and greenhouse tours organized by the Dartmouth Outing Club.


2–3 pm
Architectural Walking Tour of Campus
Meet in front  of Dartmouth Hall (rain: Room 105, Dartmouth Hall)
Led by Marlene Heck, Senior lecturer in art history and history. Tour begins promptly at 2 pm.

Financial Planning Presentation
Room 028, Silsby Hall
Presented by Richard Owen '93, financial advisor with Morgan Stanley Smith Barney. We have come a long way since attending Dartmouth, and now face new challenges and goals for ourselves and our families. Whether your goal is to have the retirement of your dreams, purchase a vacation home, take care of an aging parent or fund your children's education, the first step is to map a course to reach your destination. Please join us at an informative seminar on effectively planning for the next stages of our lives. Q & A to follow presentation

3–5 pm
Academic Open Houses
Get an update on Dartmouth academic life today. See back of brochure for details.

3:30–4:30 pm
Travels of a T-Shirt in the Global Economy
Room 003, Rockefeller Center
Presenter: Douglas Irwin, Robert E. Maxwell ’23 Professor of Arts and Sciences, Economics Department

414 Miles per Hour!
Filene Auditorium, Moore Hall
Presenter: Charles Nearburg ’72, ’74Th, Thayer School of Engineering overseer and avid racecar driver, will share event footage and discuss his personal experience of setting the land speed record in 2010. Introduction by Professor John Collier '72, '75Th.

4–6 pm
Toddler Program: “Mister G Goes Green” Concert
 Toddler tent, Andres lawn
This year's toddler program features the 2011 Grammy nominee for Best Children's Album: Mister G. Toddlers will love this interactive concert drawing on nature and the world in which we live. Adding to the fun: water coloring, face painting, and the ever-popular bean bag toss. Dinner begins at 5 pm.

5–6 pm
Professional School Receptions

Thayer School of Engineering
Jackson Conference Room, Cummings Hall
Registration required by June 1; RSVP to terry.bonee@dartmouth.edu or (877) 584-2937.

Tuck School of Business
Buchanan Faculty Seminar Room, Tuck School of Business
Registration required by June 1. RSVP to sharon.french@tuck.dartmouth.edu or (603) 646-9265.

6–9 pm
1993 Reception and Dinner
Class tent

9–11 pm
1991, 1992 and 1993 After-Party
Alumni Gym lawn
Alumni Gym lawn
Music by Noise Complaint, a '90 and '92 band 

9:30 pm
Stargazing
Shattuck Observatory
Look up! An astronomy expert will be on hand to help you understand the night sky. Weather permitting.

midnight
1993 Midnight Munchies
Class tent

Saturday, June 16

7:30–9 am
1993 Breakfast
Class of 1953 Commons (formerly Thayer Dining Hall)

8:30–9:30 am
DGALA Annual Reunion Breakfast
Hinman Forum, Rockefeller Center

8–10 am
1993 Tennis
Topliff and Berry Courts North

8 am–noon
1993 Registration
Class tent

8:30 am–5 pm
 DOC Activities: Day Hike
Meet at Robinson Hall
Organized by Dartmouth Outing Club

9–10 am
1991, 1992 and 1993 Memorial Service
Rollins Chapel

Dartmouth Underground: Steam Tunnel Tour
Meet at north side entrance of heating plant, facing New Hampshire Hall
Led by William Riehl, chief operating engineer. Limited to 25.

Election 2012: The American Mood
Moore Theater, Hopkins Center
Discussion panel with Jose Fernandez ’77, Paul Gigot ’77, Tom Barnico ’77, and Mayor Michael Bloomberg. Sponsored by the Class of 1977. Open to all classes.

Dartmouth and Dr. Seuss
Room 105, Dartmouth Hall
Speaker: Donald Pease, professor of English, Avalon Professorship in the Humanities, chair of the Master of Arts in Liberal Studies Program. Book available for purchase following presentation.

910:30 am
Toddler Program
Who Writes Songs? You Do!

 Toddler tent, Andres lawn
Mister G concert and songwriting workshop geared toward toddlers. See your toddlers ideas and words transformed into lyrics sung by Mister G!

9 am–noon and 3–10 pm
Junior Program
Tent, Davis Varsity House
Ages 6–12.Snacks and dinner included; kids join class family lunches. Registration required.

9 amnoon and 3 pmmidnight
Teen Program
9 am9 pm, Mass Row tent; 9 pmmidnight, lower level Collis Center and lower level lounge in Mid Mass
Ages 13–17. Snacks and dinner included; teens join class family lunches. Registration required. Register at Junior Tent on Hitchcock Lawn.

10–noon
Baker Bell Tower Open House
Directions and information available at Baker info desk.

10:30–11:30 am
Dartmouth Underground: Steam Tunnel Tour
Meet at north side entrance of heating plant, facing New Hampshire Hall
Led by William Riehl, chief operating engineer. Limited to 25.

 
1993 Yoga
Room 181, Alumni Gym
Instructor: Suzanne Spencer Rendahl ’93, a certified Iyengar Yoga teacher. Suzanne is the founder and director of Yoga@Work, which has provided yoga classes to Upper Valley companies and organizations for the past decade.

10:30 am–noon
A Talk with President Jim Yong Kim ’82a
 Spaulding Auditorium, Hopkins Center
With a special tribute to volunteer service, followed by an alumni forum hosted by Presidential Search Committee Chair and Trustee Bill Helman '80.

noon–2 pm
1991, 1992 and 1993 Family Picnic
Leverone Field House

1:30 pm
Big Green Triathlon
Storrs Pond, 50 Reservoir Road
See www.biggreentri.com for information and to register.

1:30–3:00 pm
Alumni Row
Boathouse on the Connecticut River
Multiple classes.

Bartlett Tower Open Hours
Bartlett Tower
Climb the 86 steps to the top of the 71-foot-tall stone structure built in the 1800s.

1:45 pm
1993 Class Photo
Memorial Field stands

1:455 pm
 DOC Activities and Open House ($)
Robinson Hall
Whitewater rafting, high ropes course and organic farm and greenhouse tours organized by the Dartmouth Outing Club.

2 pm
1993 Class Meeting
Class tent

2:15–3:15 pm
Afternoon Tea with Professor John Rassias
Room 102, Baker Library (formerly the Periodical Room)
Join us for a Rassias reunion and visit with one of Dartmouth's beloved professors.

2–3 pm
"God Gave Them Guns" Takes a Vacation: How American Culture Wars Get Fought Overseas
Moore Theater Hopkins Center
Speaker: Jeff Sharlet, assistant professor of English. Co-sponsored by Dartmouth Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Alumni/ae Association (DGALA). Open to all classes.

2–5 pm
1993 Tennis
Topliff and Berry Courts North

3:30–4:30 pm
On the Green! A Dartmouth Alumni Celebration
Dartmouth Green
Gather with alumni of all classes for an electrifying performance by world-renowned percussive troupe STOMP! Ice cream for everyone.

4:30–6 pm
Toddler Program: Dr. Seuss Party
Toddler tent, Andres lawn
Appearance by the Cat in the Hat! Create your own Dr. Seuss hat and have your picture taken with the Cat in the Hat! Please bring a camera. Dinner begins at 5 pm.

6–9 pm
1993 Reception and Dinner
Kemeny patio (rain: Leverone)
With a visit by President Jim Yong Kim '82a. Adults only.

9:30-11 pm                             
1991, 1992 and 1993 After-Party
Alumni Gym lawn

9:30 pm
Stargazing

Shattuck Observatory
Look up! An astronomy expert will be on hand to help you understand the night sky. Weather permitting.

11–11:45 pm
On the Green! A Dartmouth Alumni Celebration
Dartmouth Green
Enjoy an a cappella concert with the Dartmouth Aires and Rockapellas. All classes. Fresh kettle corn!

midnight
1993 Midnight Munchies
Class tent

 

 

Sunday, June 17

9:30 am
1991, 1992 and 1993 Farewell Brunch
Alumni Gym lawn

noon
Check Out

AA Meetings
Dick’s House library
ThursdaySaturday, 5:306:30 pm
Open discussion