Reunion & Homecoming Oct. 14, 2017
Schedule of Events

10:00 AMReunion registration opens, Lipschultz Plaza
 Breakfast opens, John R. Johnson Student Center
 10:30 – 11:15 AMDiscussion on Climate Change – Upper School Science, Director of Science Research Rachel Cox, Mow Hall, Room 123
How do we, as lifelong learners, make sense of the flood of information around climate change? Come by to hear about and discuss the science behind climate change. We will talk about what variables can impact climate and examine the data that have been collected aimed at answering questions surrounding the phenomenon.
11:00 AM (All Day)Children’s activities, Lipschultz Plaza/Frankel Field
 Alumni Hospitality Suite opens, Vinik Hall
11:30 AM – 12:00 PM
Alumni Awards Presentation and tour of the Marc A. Zambetti '80 Athletic CenterMain Gymnasium
11:45 AMBoys Soccer vs. Fieldston, Rose Field
12:00 PMClass photos beginMow Hall Steps
 Field Hockey vs. Fieldston, Bertino Field
12:15 – 12:45 PMJane Austen Boot Camp – Moderated by Middle and Upper School Theater, Dance and Film Chair Laura Desmond, Mow Hall, Jeslo Harris Theater
Come by and visit with the US cast of the fall play, Pride and Prejudice, for a Jane Austen Boot Camp. We'll be practicing the RP dialect, perfecting curtsies and bows, and learning some Regency dance moves. Participation not required, but welcomed!
12:30 PM

BBQ lunch opens for all Reunion classes, Frankel Field Tent
 25th Reunion lunchHackett Hall, Boocock Library, 2nd floor (by invitation only)
 EntertainmentLipschultz Plaza
 Girls Tennis vs. FieldstonHill Campus Tennis Courts
1:00 PMVolleyball vs. Fieldston, Marc A. Zambetti '80 Athletic Center
1:45 PMGirls Soccer vs. FieldstonRose Field
2:00 – 3:15 PMEquity and Inclusion at Riverdale  A conversation with the Community Engagement Team, John R. Johnson Center, Multipurpose Room
2:15 PMCampus Tours, Mow Hall Steps
2:45 PMFootball vs. FieldstonBertino Field
3:30 PM

Riverdale Women in Book PublishingPanel Discussion, Weinstein Science Building, AV Room, 1st floor
5:30 PMClass cocktail reception and dinner, John R. Johnson Student Center (by invitation only)



For More Information

Robin Gottlieb
Director of Alumni Affairs and Institutional Engagement

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