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As of September 1, 2021, Vanderbilt University has made the difficult decision to postpone Reunion celebrations previously scheduled for October 21-24, 2021 due to the rise in COVID-19 infections across our nation. Please see the note below  from our General Reunion Chairs. 

Dear alumni and friends,

Vanderbilt University leaders announced Sept. 1 that they have made the difficult decision to postpone Reunion. As Reunion General Chairs, we were eagerly anticipating a wonderful weekend of celebrating and catching up with fellow alumni and friends. But as COVID-19 infections continue to rise in Tennessee and elsewhere, impacting community and industry, we fully support the university’s decision to postpone the festivities.

Vanderbilt’s top priority is the health and safety of the campus community, and the well-being of students, faculty, staff, alumni and vendors is paramount to us as well. We look forward to a memorable and fun Reunion weekend when it is safe and feasible to celebrate together.

Our Homecoming tailgate and football game against Mississippi State are still scheduled for Oct. 23, and we encourage you to cheer on our ’Dores. Both events are fully outdoors, and the university’s health and safety protocols for outdoor gatherings will be in place.

Thank you for your flexibility and patience, and we will keep you updated on plans as they evolve with a hopeful eye for the spring and summer of 2022.

Best regards,

Karen (BS’80) and Bill (BA’80) Fesmire
Reunion 2020 General Chairs

Suzanne Perot McGee (BS’86) and Patrick K. McGee (BS’85)
Reunion 2021 General Chairs

 

Reunion Cup 2019