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Reconnect at Tech Reunions 2017.
February 22, 2017
Alumni re-create Mens et Manus.

Explore the ways MIT is creating the future and catch up with friends and classmates at Tech Reunions June 9–11, 2017. For 50th- through 70th-reunion classes, events start a day earlier. For class years ending in 2 and 7, special reunion events are planned throughout the weekend. All alumni are invited to major events.

Tech Reunions weekend is a festive experience that allows you to indulge your inner nerd and enjoy the largest alumni celebration of the year. On Friday, June 9, experience the MIT-exclusive Tech Night at Pops. Drink from the firehose on Saturday at the Technology Day program, featuring faculty lectures. Undergraduate reunion classes will enjoy class dinners, and all alumni can celebrate at the Toast to Tech party on Saturday night. Children ages six to 12 can take part in the Kid Tech program, and 50th-reunion undergrad and grad alumni may march in the commencement procession.

Online registration runs from mid-March to mid-May. Visit alum.mit.edu/reunions to view the full schedule.

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