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Registration for Friday, Sept. 29th

The Friday of Homecoming Weekend 2023 (Sept. 29th) offers numerous opportunities for reunion year folks and any other alumni to enjoy! Whether you'd like to sit-in on a class alongside current students, attend a social hour, tour campus, watch open rehearsals, etc.—we'd love to have you join us! (Check out the Full Schedule for more information.)

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**NOTE: Registration for several events has already closed. The remaining events will close by Wednesday, Sept. 27th at noon.**

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​​​​​​​Noon. Choir Room, Communications Building.

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4 - 5:30 p.m. / Band Room, Communications Building.​​​​​​​

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10 a.m. / Meet in Reunion Headquarters of Perry Campus Center.
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Would you prefer a walking or riding (golf cart) tour?

5:30 - 7 p.m. / Welcome Center, lower level of the Art/Ed Building
Members of the 50 and 60-year Reunion Classes of 1973 and 1963, respectively, are welcome to enjoy social time with one another, complete with drinks and pizza.

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4 - 6 p.m. / East patio of Whitcomb Lee Conservatory
Highball at Nightfall. Kick off the new season of Doane Theatre with food, drinks, and good old-fashioned throwbacks. Doane Theatre Alumni are invited to attend this reunion/social gathering. 

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4:30 - 6 p.m. / College Heights Country Club in Crete

Enjoy a cash bar and appetizers at CHCC/Calabria Italian Restaurant. Complete with one drink ticket per alumni guest.

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6 - 7:30 p.m.  / Art/Ed 236-240 
Greek alumni are invited to join a thrilling game of Music Bingo(anticipated event)! For a small charge of $20, guests will receive heavy appetizers, a drink ticket, and a bingo card!

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Class(es) I'd Like to Attend

Either 9 a.m., 1 p.m., or 2 p.m. / Various Campus Classrooms
Alumni are invited to join current students as they sit in on a class!

9 a.m. Class / Instructor: Josh Pope
9 a.m. Class / Instructor: Peggy Hart
1 p.m. Class / Instructor: Brad Johnson
1 p.m. Class / Instructor: Peggy Hart
2 p.m. Class / Instructor: Shandi Walnofer Anderson ’04


ENG 237 - Introduction to Literary Fiction

This course introduces students to a range of fictional forms and narrative styles. Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to identify major components of fiction and analyze their functions to reveal the texts’ explicit and implicit meanings. Moreover, students will be able to describe several historical developments in the short and long forms of fiction. Finally, students will be able to describe how fiction operates in the investigation and expression of the human search for meaning and values. 

MTH 120 - An Introduction to Data through Visualization 

This course introduces students to statistical thinking and data analytics through the use of visualization software. Students successfully completing this course will demonstrate: 1) proper data structures, 2) the ability to create visualizations for a variety of data types, 3) effective communication of the meaning of their visualizations, 4) the ability to effectively explain pertinent characteristics about a data set.

MTH 107 - Problem Solving

This is a basic problem-solving course suitable for students in any major. A survey of a wide variety of problem solving strategies. Students successfully completing this course will effectively communicate mathematically, utilize various strategies in analyzing problems, and increase problem-solving persistence and sharpen problem-solving skills.

SPA 101 - Elementary Spanish

A sequential introduction to basic spoken and written Spanish and Hispanic culture. Upon completion, the student will be able to communicate at an elementary level in spoken and written Spanish and will demonstrate an introductory knowledge of Spanish-speaking cultures. Not open to native speakers of Spanish.

THE 101 - Introduction to the Theatre

A survey of the theatre as it relates to the viewer of today with investigation of theatre forms and traditions, film, and television.

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Your Golf Scramble Team (Options)
This is a 4-person Golf Scramble. $75/golfer. If you have a team of 4 in mind, you may register everyone now. If you don't have a full team, please register yourself and/or anyone you know will be golfing with you. We can work to complete your team on our end.

10 a.m. Check-in, 11 a.m. Shotgun Start / College Heights Country Club in Crete
$75 per golfer. 4-person teams. Funds raised benefit the Capital Alumni Chapter.

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