For May 27–29, 2022 in Annandale
We're back, live and in person for Reunion 2022!
If your class year ends in a 2 or a 7, it's your reunion! And ... all classes that missed their in-person reunion over the past two years are also invited back to celebrate. That means it’s you if your class year ends in a 0, 1, 5, or 6.
It's going to be the biggest and best ever! It feels good to be planning some of the traditional weekend events that we have all been missing so terribly: the Bard College Awards, Annandale Roadhouse, Commencement under the big top, barbecue, dancing and fireworks at Blithewood.
Advance registration will be required for all in-person participants. COVID vaccinations, including one booster, are required for all eligible attendees.
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Bard Decade Photo Gallery
WXBC radio show taping, late 1940s. WXBC was conceived in 1946 by Elie Shneour ’47 and implemented by many hands, including those of John Gillin ’47, who wrote his Senior Project about the technical design and construction of this college radio station. The “X” in its call letters stood for “experimental,” and the 1951 yearbook described the station as the “Voice of the Bard Campus.” In this photograph, the students behind the glass are, from left, Miles Hollister ’50, Corinne Sherman ’49, Scott Peyton ’52, Dick Sherman ’49, Carol Andrews ’48, and an unknown man. At the controls is Joan Abner ’50. Photo by Hans Knopf.