Welcome Back, Ephs! 3:30PM REUNION READING Prose writers and poets of the 2015 reunion classes read

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  • CAMPUS SAFETY AND SECURITY

    413.597.4444

    Dial 4444 from any campus phone.

    EMERGENCY NUMBER

    Dial 9-911 from any campus phone.

    REUNION HEADQUARTERS

    413.597.4455

    Drop by either of the following

    locations for assistance:

    ALUMNI CENTER

    Dial 4455 from any campus phone

    Thursday & Friday: 8:30AM-MIDNIGHT

    Saturday: 7AM-MIDNIGHT

    DODD HOUSE

    Dial 2213 from any campus phone

    Thursday & Friday: 8:30AM–10PM

    Saturday: 7AM–10PM

    FOOD AND HOSPITALITY

    THURSDAY, JUNE 11

    8AM–MIDNIGHT Snack Bar, Paresky Center

    FRIDAY, JUNE 12

    6:30–9:30AM Breakfast, Eco-Cafe,

    Schow Atrium

    7:30–9AM Ephraim Williams Society

    Breakfast, Faculty House. RSVP

    to Cheryl.M.Brigley@williams.edu

    or 877.374.7526

    6:30AM–4PM Snack Bar, Paresky Center

    12–1:45PM Grab & Go Lunch, Credit Cards

    Accepted Lower Level, Paresky Center

    11:30AM–2:30PM FREE ICE CREAM

    courtesy of The Ephraim Williams

    Society Front Porch, Paresky Center

    10PM–1AM Snack Bar, Paresky Center

    SATURDAY, JUNE 13

    6:30–9:30AM Breakfast, Eco-Cafe,

    Schow Atrium

    6:30–9:30AM Snack Bar, Paresky Center

    12–1PM PICNIC LUNCHEON FOR ALL

    Chapin Lawn

    12–1PM JOSEPH’S COAT LUNCHEON

    For alumni classes in ’35–’64

    Lasell Gym

    1–4PM Snack Bar, Paresky Center Free gelato samples 1:30-2:30PM

    10PM–1AM Snack Bar, Paresky Center

    SUNDAY, JUNE 14

    8AM–2PM Snack Bar, Paresky Center

    ATHLETIC FACILITIES

    UPPER LASELL FITNESS CENTER

    (cardiovascular equipment)

    Thursday & Friday: 6AM–6PM

    Saturday: 10AM–6PM

    LOWER LASELL FITNESS CENTER

    (weight room)

    Thursday: 6–9AM & 11AM–6PM

    Friday: 6–9AM & 10AM–6PM

    Saturday: 10AM–6PM

    SIMON SQUASH CENTER

    Thursday & Friday: 6AM–6PM

    Saturday: 10AM–6PM

    SAMUELSON & MUIR SWIMMING POOL

    Thursday–Saturday: 2–5PM

    Children under 13 must be accompanied

    by an individual aged 16+

    SAND SPRINGS POOL

    (non-Williams facility)

    158 Sand Springs Road in Williamstown

    ADMISSION:

    Adult (18+ years) $10

    Child (5-17 years) $8

    Child (1-4 years) $5

    Infants (under 1 year) FREE

    Seniors (65+ years) or Veterans $8

    Welcome Back, Ephs!

    ART & MUSEUMS

    WILLIAMS COLLEGE MUSEUM OF ART

    wcma.williams.edu

    HOURS: Everyday 10AM–5PM

    Thursday open until 8PM

    Admission is free.

    MASS MoCA

    www.massmoca.org

    HOURS: Wednesday–Sunday

    11AM–5PM

    TOURS: Weekdays, 2PM; Weekends,

    noon and 3PM

    ADMISSION: Adults $15, Students $10,

    Children 6–16 $5

    STERLING AND FRANCINE

    CLARK ART INSTITUTE

    www.clarkart.edu

    HOURS: Tuesday–Sunday: 10AM–5PM

    Admission: $20

    CHAPIN LIBRARY OF RARE BOOKS,

    COLLEGE ARCHIVES AND SPECIAL

    COLLECTIONS

    HOURS: Monday–Friday 10AM–5PM

    Saturday 1–5PM

    MISCELLANEOUS

    AA DROP-IN CENTER: Coffee and

    fellowship with alumni, families and

    local residents at St. John’s Church

    on Park Street on Friday and Saturday.

    Drop-in Center Hours: 4:30-6:30PM;

    Open discussion meetings: 5-6PM.

    Members of other recovery programs

    welcome.

    REUNION HEADQUARTERS

    Post-50th

    DODD COMPLEX

    70th Reunion

    1945 DODD COMPLEX

    65th Reunion

    1950 DODD COMPLEX

    60th Reunion

    1955 DODD COMPLEX

    55th Reunion

    1960 DODD COMPLEX

    50th Reunion

    1965 CDE

    45th Reunion

    1970 AGARD

    40th Reunion

    1975 SPENCER

    35th Reunion

    1980 TYLER

    30th Reunion

    1985 PERRY & WOOD

    25th Reunion

    1990 MISSION PARK

    20th Reunion

    1995 WILLIAMS & SAGE

    15th Reunion

    2000 SCIENCE QUAD

    10th Reunion

    2005 BERKSHIRE QUAD

    5th Reunion

    2010 GREYLOCK QUAD

    INTERESTED IN

    FAMILY ACTIVITIES?

    Pick up a complete schedule

    of activities for kids

    at the Alumni Center

    Newest Version of

    the Campus Map:

    www.williams.edu/map

    8AM SATURDAY, JUNE 13 is the registration deadline for reunion attendance trophies.

    REUNION CHECK-IN

    ALL CAMPUS PICNIC

    ANNUAL MEETING

    JOSEPH’S COAT

    LUNCHEON

    SEMINAR VENUE

    POST-50TH CHECK-IN

    50TH CHECK-IN

    25TH CHECK-IN

    ’50 ’45 ’55

    ’60

    ’65 ’75

    ’70

    ’85

    ’90

    ’95

    ’00

    ’05

    ’10

    ’80

  • 6PM CLASS DINNERS & FESTIVITIES

    10:30AM ANNUAL MEETING The 193rd Annual Meeting, led by Society of Alumni President Leila Jere ’91: trophies, cups, and medals recognizing alumni volunteers, remarks by President Adam Falk, election results, major gift announcements, and traditional Williams songs. Chandler Gym

    10:30AM WHEELS! (Ages 2-4) After the parade, climb the stairs by the old Purple Pub and join other young families to explore a fire engine, police cruiser, ambulance, backhoe, front loader, mowers, and street sweeper! Rain or shine. Morley Drive

    10:30AM SOCCER CLINIC (Ages 5-12) Join a soccer session for all levels. We’ll work on development and refinement, and end with small- sided games. Rain or shine. Lower Cole Field

    10:30AM ULTIMATE FRISBEE CLINIC (AGES 10+) Come and learn this team sport, led by members of the Williams Ultimate Frisbee Organization. Rain or shine. Upper Cole Field

    3:30PM EPH MEET-UP @ REUNION A casual networking reception features industry-specific chat areas where you can meet other Ephs who do what you do—or would like to do someday! Career shifters and other Ephs in professional transition are welcome, as are non-Eph spouses and guests. Come as you are, business cards optional! Dance Studio, ’62 Center for Theatre and Dance

    3:30PM DRAWING CLASS (Ages 5-12) No experience necessary; supplies provided. Park Street Entrance to Alumni Center

    3:30PM MITIGATING CLIMATE CHANGE: CHALLENGES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Using a computer simulation developed at MIT, participants will assess the forces contributing to climate change as well as the tools available to avert disaster. Discussion led by Gaudino Scholar and Associate Professor of Biology Lois Banta, Student and Environmental Activist Caroline Bruno ’15, Provost and Professor of Philosophy Will Dudley ’89, and Daniel Shearer ’04. Steve Kaagan ’65 will facilitate the simulation. The Class of 1966 Environmental Center

    3:30PM REUNION READING Prose writers and poets of the 2015 reunion classes read their work. Griffin 3

    3:30PM SCREENING OF “THE MEND” (AGES 17+) Catch an advanced screening of writer director John Magary ’00’s feature film debut. Images Cinema

    3:30PM MASS MoCA DISCUSSION AND TOUR Hosted by Joseph Thompson ’81, Director of MASS MoCA, and Marko Remec ’80. MASS MoCA Lobby

    3:30PM ULTIMATE FRISBEE GAMES (Ages 10+) Rain or shine. Upper Cole Field

    3:30PM WILLIAMS ROCKS A walking tour of campus, from bedrock to building stones, and the stories they tell with Bud Wobus, Edna McConnell Clark Professor of Geology. Clark Hall

    3:30 FAMILY CONCERT Sing-along with Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter Alastair Moock ’95. Paresky Front Steps (Rain Location: Paresky Auditorium)

    3:30 TAKE ME TO THE RIVER A guided hike on Hopkins Forest’s Hoosic River Trail. Hopkins Forest

    3:30PM EXPLORE THREE CENTURIES OF AMERICAN ART with curator Kevin Murphy WCMA

    3:30PM MATH-STATS FACULTY / STUDENTS / ALUMNI GET-TOGETHER Bronfman Small Math-Stats Library (Second Floor)

    1PM PUPPET SHOW (All Ages) The Puppet Brigade presents “The Storybook” with giant puppets. Paresky Auditorium

    1PM DISEASES KNOCKING AT THE GLOBAL DOOR with Stanley O. Foster ’55, MD, MPH Brooks Rogers Auditorium

    1PM SEXUAL ASSAULT PREVENTION AND RESPONSE: WORK AT WILLIAMS AND BEYOND Dean of the College, Sarah Bolton and Director of Sexual Assault Prevention & Response, Meg Bossong ’05, share their perspective on the national conversation surrounding sexual assault on college campuses and provide an overview of the work of Williams students, faculty and staff tackling this issue. Griffin 3

    THURSDAY, JUNE 11 9:30AM 50TH REUNION ALUMNI SEMINAR: Transgenderism–No Longer Just a Caboose on the GLBT Train with Norman Spack ’65, Mainstage, ’62 Center for Theatre and Dance

    10:45AM 50TH REUNION ALUMNI SEMINAR: The Nine Lives of Journalism with Marc Charney ’65 Mainstage, ’62 Center for Theatre and Dance

    2-3PM FACULTY LECTURE: Countervailing Forces of True Racial Progress with Candis Smith, Assistant Professor of Political Science. To what extent are young people doing their

    part to move the U.S. toward its dream of

    racial equality? There are a plethora of signs

    that suggest that young people are more

    racially tolerant than their predecessors, but

    there are a number of countervailing forces that

    may prevent them from ushering in a post-racial

    era. This talk will focus on the steps that we see

    young people making toward racial equality as