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Online Reunion Books Debut for Tech Reunions 2008

February 19, 2008

This year, many reunion classes will use a new online reunion book to connect to classmates. This feature on the AA website allows alumni to submit information and to view their classmates’ submissions as well. Reunion committees will be able to easily format and print physical books for distribution during reunion weekend.

Tech Reunions, the largest gathering of MIT alumni, is scheduled for June 5-8. In addition to events planned by class reunion committees, activities include the 111th Tech Night at the Pops, the Technology Day program of faculty presentations, and the annual Reunion Row crew race on the Charles River. Registration opens in mid-March. Find out more at alum.mit.edu/ne/reunions/index.html.

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