ALUMNI ACTIVITIES — Summer 2007
   

 

Alumni & Friends Go Clubbin'

With 26 Washington University Clubs around the United States and 16 international clubs around the world, your University network is never far away. Club events are a terrific way to extend your network and make new friends. Alumni, parents, and friends are all welcome to attend, and everyone is encouraged to participate.

Events in your area may include a "meeting of the minds" with visiting faculty members in "Classes Without Quizzes," a theatrical performance especially for Washington University Clubs and their guests, or a casual gathering for food and fun. There are fees for activities, but no club dues are required.

Here is a sampling of some great Washington University Club events this year. For the latest on activities in your area, visit us at alumni.wustl.edu.

New York
Spring Awakening on Broadway
A matinee of the spectacular new Broadway musical Spring Awakening and a post-performance party with Pun Bandhu, A.B. '96, producer of the show

Miami
Young Alumni Holiday Barbecue
A Saturday afternoon get-together

Boston
Westport Rivers Vineyard & Winery
A private tour with a wine-tasting and lunch

Classes Without Quizzes: "Every Picture Tells a Story"
With Jeff Pike, dean of the College and Graduate School of Art and the Jane Reuter Hitzeman and Herbert F. Hitzeman, Jr. Professor

Los Angeles
A Day at the Races
Handicapping and lunch in the Club House at the legendary Santa Anita Raceway

Tournament of Roses Parade
Decorating a float for the 2007 Rose Parade

Florida
Cardinals Spring Training
Lunch, batting practice, and a preview of the 2007 season (The Cards played the Braves in Orlando and the Mets in Jupiter.)

St. Louis
Young Alumni and Graduate Student Mixer
More than 70 alums gathered at the Copia Wine Bar garden patio on Washington Avenue.

Philadelphia
Tutankhamun and the Golden Age of the Pharaohs
A visit to the exhibition at The Franklin Institute led by Sarantis Symeonoglou, professor of art history and archaeology in Arts & Sciences

Chicago
Cards vs. Cubs
Hot dogs and beer at a private rooftop party overlooking Wrigley Field

Classes Without Quizzes: "The American Consumer"
With Steven Fazzari, professor, Department of Economics in Arts & Sciences

Spring Training—Dipak Rajhansa, A.B. '92, and his family enjoyed the Cards/Braves game in Orlando.
Boston Vineyard—Colleen Matts (center), A.B. '00, brought two friends along for the wine-tasting.
Miami Barbecue—A big group gathered in Miami: (from left) Jeremy Barna, A.B. '97; Aliza Stern, A.B. '97, with Ryan Barna; David Magness, A.B. '05; Joe Sumberg, A.B. '04; Julie Katz, A.B. '02; Ben Gerber, A.B. '03; Emily Madison, A.B. '04; Gabriel Hines, A.B. '04; Jena Rorke, A.B. '04; Mark Liu, B.S.B.A. '00; Jeremy Shir, A.B. '05; Amber Goethel, J.D. '06; Laurenne Siklosy, A.B. '98; and David Ross, J.D. '03.
St. Louis Young Alumni Mixer—Chairs are (from left) Mark Hannah, A.B. '98; Michelle Miller, A.B. '05, B.F.A. '05; and Margaret Scavotto, J.D. '05.
Los Angeles Santa Anita Raceway—A Washington University Club group met the winner, Golden Wager, and his owners.
 

Mark Your Calendar October 2007: Month of Caring

Plan now to participate with your local Washington University Club during the Month of Caring in October 2007. Carry on the University's great tradition of service, meet fellow alumni, and have fun while giving back to your community. Watch for your invitation in the mail, or visit alumni.wustl.edu for the latest details.

Nominate Your
Favorite Project for 2008

Please let us know about your favorite local organization that needs volunteers. Plans are already under way for the 2008 Month of Caring, and your suggestion may be chosen as one of the projects served by our volunteers. Please e-mail your suggestions to:
alumni_relations@wustl.edu

Cheryl Lawson, A.B. '78, and her daughter, Naima, participated in the Month of Caring with the Washington University Club of Dallas. Alumni volunteers and their family and friends helped sort and box donations for distribution at the North Texas Food Bank.