Reunions

Reunion Giving


Reunion Giving Contacts

Marta Goldman: 5th, 10th & 15th
marta.goldman@yale.edu

Children at Reunions

 

  • Class Programming: The AYA works closely with class reunion chairs to plan a reunion schedule that includes activities and programming for children and adults alike so all may enjoy their time on campus.

 

Class of 1998 Summer Reading List

YALE CLASS OF 1998

SUMMER READING LIST

(and watching, and listening, and…)

As summer approaches, we’ve pulled together some links to books, plays, movies and other works of art created by our classmates.  Check them out on your summer holiday – or better yet, get a jump start on Reunion Weekend by catching up on the Class’s latest artistic endeavors now!

Weather and Dress Code


How to be prepared for New Haven's variable weather, and what to wear

BRING AN UMBRELLA!

Temperatures for late May and early June in New Haven have been as low as 50 degrees F and as high as 90 degrees F.  In addition, rain and thunder storms are always a possibility.

Common Questions


Frequently asked questions about reunions

WHAT IS THERE TO DO IN DOWNTOWN NEW HAVEN?

Common Questions


Frequently asked questions about reunions

WHAT IS THERE TO DO IN DOWNTOWN NEW HAVEN?

1958 Fees for Additional Guests


Although you may register right up until the reunion, or even come as a walk-in, there is a deadline of May 10 for special housing or meal requests.  In the event you need to cancel, full refunds will be given until May 10, after which refunds are based on the class's recoverable costs.

Special Events


Sports, gatherings and special events, galleries and museums, and religious services taking place on either or both reunion weekends. Please check dates carefully.

SPORTS FOR ALUMNI & GUESTS

Gym Hours
Enjoy the spectacular Adrian C. Israel Fitness Center in Payne Whitney Gym. Basketball courts, swimming and squash will also be available.

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