Save the Date!
CALLING ALL 3s and 8s...
Make your plans now! Reunion 2023 will celebrate classes ending in 3 and 8, but all classes are invited back to campus for the festivities. Registration opens February 2023.
Reunite with friends for the biggest celebration of the year—attend the Bard College Awards Ceremony, reunion dinners, Blithewood BBQ, dancing, fireworks and much more!
Committees are forming—make sure to follow your class on social media.
If you would like more information about joining your Reunion class committee, or for any other questions, please call 845-758-7116 or write to [email protected].
Every dollar donated to the Alumni/ae Reunion Scholarship will be DOUBLED up to $50,000!
Thanks to the enthusiasm and generosity of...
Nolan English ’13 Hannah Byrnes-Enoch ’08 George Hamel III ’08
Gerald Pambo-Awich ’08 Mollie Meikle ’03 Eric W. Goldman ’98
Erin Law ’93 Olivier te Boekhorst ’93 Eric Arnould ’73 Barbara Grossman ’73
Kristen Waters ’73 Paul Weinstein ’73 Bob Amsterdam ’53 Arnold J. Davis ’44
Your gift to the Alumni/ae Reunion Scholarship provides financial aid to students who demonstrate academic excellence and exemplary citizenship, and YOU can help make an unparalleled liberal arts education accessible.
Your reunion year is a great time to make the most generous donation you can to the College. Together, you and your classmates can show how much your time at Bard meant to YOU by supporting current and future generations of Bardians.
Make your reunion donation today—it can be in honor or in memory of a friend, family member, or favorite professor. For more information on ways to give, click here.
Thank you to everyone who made Reunion 2022 so special. #BardianandProud
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.