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Eras At Erskine Alumni Day

Alumni Day 2024 set for April 13

Erskine College will welcome alumni and friends back to campus Saturday, April 13, for this year’s Alumni Day celebration, “Eras at Erskine.” Registration information is available here.

Saturday’s highlights include the Alumni Association meeting at 9:30 a.m. in Bowie Chapel, featuring this year’s alumni awards and music by the Chamber Singers.

An Erskine Eras Reunion Picnic on the Mall starting at noon, plus a Class of 1964 reunion in the Bowie Arts Center at noon and a Class of 1984 & Friends Reunion in the Alumni House at 2:00 p.m. will offer opportunities for fellowship.

Vice President for Advancement and Alumni Relations Paul Bell ’84 and his classmates are excited about the Class of 1984 & Friends Reunion. He says “everyone from our era, everyone who overlapped with our class”—whether as students, faculty, or staff—is invited to join the celebration.

Teachers are invited to eat lunch on the Mall and then check out “Teachers Talk Under the Towers,” under the towers of the Erskine Building, from 12:45 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. Pick up an Erskine name plaque for your classroom, connect with professors and fellow teachers, register for giveaways, and get a goodie bag!

McDonald-Boswell Professor Emeritus Dr. James W. Gettys ’62 will offer a 30-minute talk, “History of the Alumni House” at the Erskine Alumni House beginning at 1:30 p.m.

A Kids’ Corner on the Mall, an exhibit called “Jubilant Fields and Captivated Heights” at the Bowie Arts Center, music by Prettier Than Matt, plus a Garnet, Gold & Boom event are also on the Alumni Day agenda.

Check out the full schedule with times and locations here. This information will be updated as needed.

 

Erskine and Due West Skyline

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