Alumni Weekend 2022

Alumni Weekend 2022

Schedule of Events

Friday
Mar
25
Saturday
Mar
26
Sunday
Mar
27
Campus Groups & Activities
Carey Business School
Community Service
Entertainment
Family Friendly
Food
HopTalk Lectures
Reunion Class Events
Signature Events
Sports
Tours

Red Cross Blood Drive

Friday, March 25
9:30a.m. - 3:30p.m. Eastern | Glass Pavilion

Campus Groups & Activities Community Service


Help save a life this Alumni Weekend by donating blood at the Red Cross Blood Drive. First-timers welcome!

HopTalk: What We are Learning about Memory and Alzheimer's with Dr. Constantine Lyketsos

Friday, March 25
11a.m. - 12p.m. Eastern | Shriver Hall Auditorium

HopTalk Lectures


Join Dr. Kostas Lyketsos, a world expert in the care and treatment of patients with Alzheimer’s and related dementias, in a discussion about the stages of Alzheimer’s disease and the effects on memory. Come prepared with your questions for Dr. Lyketsos as there will be an extended Q&A!

LIVESTREAM HopTalk: What We are Learning about Memory and Alzheimer's with Dr. Lyketsos

Friday, March 25
11a.m. - 12p.m. Eastern | Virtual Program

HopTalk Lectures


Join Dr. Kostas Lyketsos, a world expert in the care and treatment of patients with Alzheimer’s and related dementias, in a discussion about the stages of Alzheimer ’s disease and the effects on memory. Come prepared with your questions for Dr. Lyketsos as there will be an extended Q&A!

Evergreen Museum and Library Tour

Friday, March 25
12p.m. - 1p.m. Eastern | Evergreen Museum and Library

Tours


On a docent-led tour of Evergreen, you will see 15 rooms of the Gilded Age mansion, plus many objects in its vast collection, including the 30,000-volume John Work Garrett Library, Tiffany glass, Asian ceramics, and artwork by artists such as Picasso, Modigliani, Raoul Dufy, Zelda Fitzgerald, Diego Rivera, David Driskell, and more.

Homewood Museum Tour

Friday, March 25
12p.m. - 1p.m. Eastern | Homewood Museum

Tours


On a docent-led tour of Homewood, you will learn about the history of early 19th-century Baltimore and the people who resided at Homewood during that time, both free and enslaved. You also will see 12-rooms of the Federal-era mansion, plus many objects in its collection, including furniture, ceramics, paintings, and silver.

LIVESTREAM: Fireside Chat with Eva Chen A&S ’01

Friday, March 25
12p.m. - 1:15p.m. Eastern | Virtual Program

Campus Groups & Activities


Join Eva Chen A&S ’01, author and Director of Fashion Partnerships at Instagram, for the Keynote Address for the now virtual 10th Annual Women’s Leadership Conference. She will share her personal and professional journey, and explore the themes of creativity, leadership, AAPI voices, and finding one’s voice, through a dynamic discussion.

For more information and to register for the Women’s Conference, please visit https://woh.jhu.edu/.

Classes of 1970, 1971, & 1972 - Lunch and Learn

Friday, March 25
12p.m. - 2:30p.m. Eastern | Wyman Quad Tent 1

Reunion Class Events


The Class of 1970 will sponsor a Lunch and Learn featuring Professor Stuart W. “Bill” Leslie, who is currently writing the first comprehensive history of the University.  Professor Leslie has spent more than 30 years at Hopkins and will speak about The University and its intersection with Baltimore.  Dr. Leslie holds a joint appointment in the history of medicine at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and he is a professor of the history of science at the Krieger School of Arts & Sciences.  

HopTalk: Psychedelics Research with Dr. Matt Johnson

Friday, March 25
12:30p.m. - 1:30p.m. Eastern | Hodson 110

HopTalk Lectures

LIVESTREAM HopTalk: Psychedelics Research with Dr. Matt Johnson

Friday, March 25
12:30p.m. - 1:30p.m. Eastern | Virtual Program

HopTalk Lectures

Homewood Campus Tour

Friday, March 25
2p.m. - 3p.m. Eastern | Leaving from Mason Hall Lobby

Tours


Join us for a tour of campus to see the changes since your time at Homewood.

HopTalk: Behind the Curtain: Lessons Learned from the JHU CSSE COVID-19 Dashboard

Friday, March 25
2p.m. - 3p.m. Eastern | Hodson Hall, Room 110

HopTalk Lectures


Lauren Gardner, Alton and Sandra Cleveland Professor, will provide a brief history of the mapping and data collection efforts supporting the JHU COVID-19 dashboard, starting with the motivation and genesis of the dashboard, woven through with the architectures that support the open data operations, and ending with recommendations for the future based on lessons we've learned along the way.

HopTalk: The Age of Cryptocurrency: Past, Present, and Future

Friday, March 25
2p.m. - 3p.m. Eastern | Shriver Hall Auditorium

HopTalk Lectures


Join us for a conversation about the past, present, and future of cryptocurrency. These components are critical to the current discussions by Congress, Wall Street, regulators, and Main Street USA. We'll discuss the challenges and needs that will drive the future and impact businesses and our lives. The discussion will be moderated by Carey Business School Professor Jim Liew and the panel includes:

  • Howard Adler (A&S ’72), Former Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for the Financial Stability Oversight Council
  • Alessandro Rebucci, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Carey Business School
  • Brian S. Caffo, Ph.D., Professor, Bloomberg School of Public Health
  • Nicola Fusari, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Carey Business School

LIVESTREAM HopTalk: Behind the Curtain: Lessons Learned from the JHU CSSE COVID-19 Dashboard

Friday, March 25
2p.m. - 3p.m. Eastern | Virtual Program

HopTalk Lectures


Lauren Gardner, Alton and Sandra Cleveland Professor, will provide a brief history of the mapping and data collection efforts supporting the JHU COVID-19 dashboard, starting with the motivation and genesis of the dashboard, woven through with the architectures that support the open data operations, and ending with recommendations for the future based on lessons we've learned the way.

LIVESTREAM HopTalk: The Age of Cryptocurrency: Past, Present, and Future

Friday, March 25
2p.m. - 3p.m. Eastern | Virtual Program

HopTalk Lectures


Join us for a conversation about the past, present, and future of cryptocurrency. These components are critical to the current discussions by Congress, Wall Street, regulators, and Main Street USA. We'll discuss the challenges and needs that will drive the future and impact businesses and our lives. The discussion will be moderated by Carey Business School Professor Jim Liew and the panel includes:

  • Howard Adler (A&S ’72), Former Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for the Financial Stability Oversight Council
  • Alessandro Rebucci, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Carey Business School
  • Brian S. Caffo, Ph.D., Professor, Bloomberg School of Public Health
  • Nicola Fusari, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Carey Business School

Class of 1972 - JHU Campus Then and Now

Friday, March 25
2:15p.m. - 5:45p.m. Eastern | Tour leaving from Gilman Hall side of Eisenhower Library

Reunion Class Events Tours


Tour followed by a panel discussion 3:30pm - 5:45pm.

Historical Campus Walking Tour

Friday, March 25
2:30p.m. - 4p.m. Eastern | Meet between Homewood House and Eisenhower Library

Tours


Have you ever wondered how Johns Hopkins wound up on the Homewood campus? Did you know we have not always been in this location? Why do many buildings bear a resemblance of the Homewood Museum, and how does the Carroll Family fit into the story? Join us for a tour of the Homewood Campus led by Allison Seyler, Hopkins Retrospective Program Manager and Archivist in the Sheridan Libraries.

Student and Alumni Coffee Chat

Friday, March 25
3p.m. - 4p.m. Eastern | Center Section of Decker Quad Tent

Campus Groups & Activities


Drop in for a casual afternoon of networking and conversation with alumni and students, and learn more about opportunities to mentor students.

North Avenue Centre Theater Tour

Friday, March 25
3:15p.m. - 5p.m. Eastern | Centre Theatre

Tours


Visit the Center for Visual Arts new facilities and studios. Space is limited. Shuttle departs from in front of Mason Hall.

Ralph S. O'Connor Recreation Center Tour

Friday, March 25
3:30p.m. - 4p.m. Eastern | Ralph S O'Connor Recreation Center

Tours


Check out the Ralph S. O'Connor Center for Recreation and Well-Being’s $27 million makeover that doubled the center's space for strength and cardio training and increase opportunities for student group activities. Renamed to include "well-being," the center has added a café and socialization space as well as a variety of programs focused on student wellness.

HopTalk: Dean Chris Celenza and the Future of the Arts & Sciences

Friday, March 25
3:30p.m. - 4:30p.m. Eastern | Shriver Hall Auditorium

HopTalk Lectures


Please join historian and Krieger School’s James B. Knapp Dean Christopher Celenza for a thought-provoking conversation regarding the role of the arts and sciences in today’s world and insights into his new book “The Italian Renaissance and the Origins of the Modern Humanities: An Intellectual History, 1400-1800.”

LIVESTREAM HopTalk: Dean Chris Celenza and the Future of the Arts & Sciences

Friday, March 25
3:30p.m. - 4:30p.m. Eastern | Virtual Program

HopTalk Lectures


Please join historian and Krieger School’s James B. Knapp Dean Christopher Celenza for a thought-provoking conversation regarding the role of the arts and sciences in today’s world and insights into his new book “The Italian Renaissance and the Origins of the Modern Humanities: An Intellectual History, 1400-1800.”

Ralph S. O'Connor Recreation Center Tour

Friday, March 25
4p.m. - 4:30p.m. Eastern | Ralph S O'Connor Recreation Center

Tours


Check out the Ralph S. O'Connor Center for Recreation and Well-Being’s $27 million makeover that doubled the center's space for strength and cardio training and increase opportunities for student group activities. Renamed to include "well-being," the center has added a café and socialization space as well as a variety of programs focused on student wellness.

Departmental Showcase

Friday, March 25
4p.m. - 6p.m. Eastern | Decker Quad Tent

Campus Groups & Activities


The Whiting School of Engineering and Krieger School of Arts & Sciences present the Departmental Showcase. Join JHU departments from across the institution as they give you a taste of what makes learning at Johns Hopkins so great! Jump right in and experience the types of learning JHU students see every day. You can test, touch, and try a variety of technologies and engage with manipulatives and other teaching tools as you make your way across the tent.

Class of 1970 Service of Remembrance

Friday, March 25
4:30p.m. - 5:30p.m. Eastern | Bunting Meyerhoff Interfaith and Community Service Center

Reunion Class Events

FastForward U. Meet and Greet

Friday, March 25
4:30p.m. - 6:30p.m. Eastern | FastForward U.

Campus Groups & Activities


Student entrepreneurship has become a critical component of the student experience at Johns Hopkins University. FastForward U, Hopkins’ student entrepreneurship hub, works with all students, from undergrad to post-doc, to support their entrepreneurial pursuits and turn good ideas into investible businesses. Join us at FastForward U (FFU) for happy hour, mix and mingling, and a tour. You’ll have the chance to meet FFU staff, including Josh Ambrose (Director, Student Ventures) and Madison Marks (Director, Social Innovation Lab), along with a handful of recent graduates who went through the FFU program and continue to make progress on their startups today!

Class of 1976 Cocktail Party

Friday, March 25
5p.m. - 7p.m. Eastern | Hodson Lobby and Rear Patio

Food Reunion Class Events Signature Events


Kick off Alumni Weekend with a Friday evening cocktail party with your classmates back at Homewood! Sip and catch up while you all prepare to enjoy the festivities ahead! 

Class of 1950 - 70th Reunion Dinner

Friday, March 25
5p.m. - 8p.m. Eastern | Mason Hall Lobby

Food Reunion Class Events Signature Events

Class of 1977 Cocktail Party

Friday, March 25
5:30p.m. - 7:30p.m. Eastern | Cindy Lou's Fish House

Food Reunion Class Events Signature Events


Kick off your Reunion weekend with a Friday evening cocktail party with your classmates. To be held in a restaurant in Harbor East, the location to be announced closer to the event. 

Young Alumni Happy Hour

Friday, March 25
5:30p.m. - 7:30p.m. Eastern | Decker Garden Tent (President's Garden)

Food Reunion Class Events Signature Events


Join fellow young alumni as we celebrate being back on campus for Reunion Weekend! Mingle with old classmates and reminisce about your time on campus over beer, wine, and heavy hors d'oeuvres.

Carey Business School - Welcome Reception

Friday, March 25
6p.m. - 8p.m. Eastern | Decker Garden Tent (President's Garden)

Carey Business School Food


Kick off Alumni Weekend with a Welcome on the Quad with the Carey Business School. Reconnect with Carey colleagues and network with Hopkins alumni at this evening reception. Spouses and partners are welcome.

Class of 1970 - 50th Reunion Classes Cocktails and Dinner Celebration

Friday, March 25
6p.m. - 9p.m. Eastern | Gertrude's

Food Reunion Class Events Signature Events

Class of 1971 - 50th Reunion Classes Cocktails and Dinner Celebration

Friday, March 25
6p.m. - 9p.m. Eastern | Gertrude's

Food Reunion Class Events Signature Events

Class of 1972 - 50th Reunion Classes Cocktails and Dinner Celebration

Friday, March 25
6p.m. - 9p.m. Eastern | Gertrude's

Food Reunion Class Events Signature Events



Taste of Baltimore Dinner

Friday, March 25
6:30p.m. - 8:30p.m. Eastern | AMR Annex Building

Food Signature Events


Enjoy a dinner of local cuisine paired with Maryland’s finest beverages. From beer and wine, to spirits, and a variety of dinner options, there is something to please everyone! Enjoy what Maryland has to offer!

Poker Tournament Buy In

Friday, March 25
7p.m. - 9p.m. Eastern |


Additional buy in

Jonathan A. Jarzyna Memorial Poker Tournament

Friday, March 25
7p.m. - 10p.m. Eastern | Ralph S. O'Connor Rec Center and Terrace

Campus Groups & Activities


Hosted by JHU PAWS, all proceeds go to the Maryland SPCA. In 2011 Hopkins alumni Jon Jarzyna, KSAS ’97, passed away from an undiagnosed heart condition just shy of his 38th birthday. After his wife and friends, two of Jon’s biggest loves were animals and playing poker. As a way to honor him and keep his memory alive, seven years ago his friend and classmate Matt Zaft, KSAS '97, decided to sponsor a Jonathan A. Jarzyna Memorial No Limit Texas Hold’em Tournament at Johns Hopkins University. It is a $100 buy in for alumni ($25 for undergrads), and 100% of the entry fees go to the local MSPCA as a donation in Jon’s memory.

A Cappella Concert

Friday, March 25
8p.m. - 10p.m. Eastern | Shriver Hall Auditorium

Campus Groups & Activities Entertainment Family Friendly


Don't miss this musical showdown featuring Hopkins' own student a cappella groups!

LIVESTREAM A Cappella Concert

Friday, March 25
8p.m. - 10p.m. Eastern | Virtual Program

Entertainment Family Friendly


Don't miss this musical showdown featuring Hopkins' own student a cappella groups!

Young Alumni Tent Party

Friday, March 25
9p.m. - 11:59a.m. Eastern | Keyser Quad Tents 1 & 2

Entertainment Signature Events


Don't miss this year's epic Young Alumni Tent Party. Includes entry to the tent party, 3 drink tickets, and food. Must be 21+ to attend with valid, government issued ID. Last call 11:30pm.
**No entry or re-entry after 11:30pm.**

Young Alumni Midnight Breakfast

Saturday, March 26
12a.m. - 1a.m. Eastern | Homewood Museum Tent

Food Signature Events


Enjoy freshly made waffles and other breakfast favorites after a night of fun. First come first serve. Let us know if you're coming!

President's and Deans' Breakfast

Saturday, March 26
8:30a.m. - 10a.m. Eastern | Wyman Quad Tent 1

Signature Events


President Ron Daniels, Dean Chris Celenza, and Dean T.E. Schlesinger share their vision for the future of the University. Space is limited.

Junior Jays Lacrosse Clinic

Saturday, March 26
9a.m. - 10:30a.m. Eastern | Practice Field at O'Connor Recreation Center

Campus Groups & Activities


Children ages 6-12 participate in drills and scrimmages coached by both the Women's and Men's Club teams. Everyone gets to take home a children's lacrosse stick along with other goodies from our athletic department.

College Bound Info Session and Campus Tour

Saturday, March 26
9:30a.m. - 11a.m. Eastern | Hodson Hall Auditorium, Rm. 110

Family Friendly Tours


For college-bound high school students and their families. Followed by a campus tour.

LIVESTREAM College Bound Info Session

Saturday, March 26
9:30a.m. - 11a.m. Eastern | Virtual Program

Family Friendly


Info session for college-bound high school students and their families.

Homewood Campus Tour

Saturday, March 26
10a.m. - 11a.m. Eastern | Leaving from Mason Hall

Tours


Join us for a tour of campus to see the changes since your time at Homewood.

Classes of 1970, 1971, 1972 - 50th Reunion Lecture

Saturday, March 26
10a.m. - 11:30a.m. Eastern | AMR Annex Building

Reunion Class Events


Sponsored by the Class of 1970.

City dwellers have long believed that their cities have distinct "personalities."  In fact, there are on-line questionnaires that are supposed to help you find the city whose personalities most nearly match your own personality.  Social scientists don't talk much about urban personalities, but they recognize that cities have distinct cultures or traditions -- pretty much the same thing.  And the sociologists and geographers who have addressed this subject agree that the key to urban culture is urban history.  Events and decisions of the past help to restrict each city's options and lead them down narrowing channels to their current circumstances and "personalities." 

Join Dr. Matt Crenson, Johns Hopkins Professor Emeritus and an urban government and American political development expert, as he attempts to examine Baltimore's history to find the developments and events that have shaped its current character. 

Historical Campus Walking Tour

Saturday, March 26
10a.m. - 11:30a.m. Eastern | Meet between Homewood House and Eisenhower Library

Tours


Have you ever wondered how Johns Hopkins wound up on the Homewood campus? Did you know we have not always been in this location? Why do many buildings bear a resemblance of the Homewood Museum, and how does the Carroll Family fit into the story? Join us for a tour of the Homewood Campus with Jim Stimpert, Senior Archivist in the Sheridan Libraries.

(Re)Design Your Life: Exploring a Fulfilling Life and Career

Saturday, March 26
10a.m. - 11:30a.m. Eastern | Glass Pavilion

Campus Groups & Activities


Over the past two years, COVID-19 has impacted our work, our homes, our families, our communities. While many of us are no doubt eager to get "back to normal" there are probably elements of your COVID life that you wish to preserve and incorporate into your future life and career. In this workshop, educators from the Life Design Lab at Homewood will lead you through a series of exercises to help you empathize with your experiences, ideate possibilities, and prototype what your life could be in the years to come.

Blue Jay Kids Club Family Activities

Saturday, March 26
10a.m. - 2p.m. Eastern | Between Levering Marketplace and Garland Hall

Entertainment Family Friendly


Take a break during your day on campus to have fun with your little ones!

Rain location: To be Determined

Class of 1967 Service of Remembrance

Saturday, March 26
10:30a.m. - 11:30a.m. Eastern | Mason Hall Auditorium

Reunion Class Events

HopTalk: Building Community: A Capital Projects Conversation

Saturday, March 26
10:30a.m. - 11:30a.m. Eastern | Gilman 50

HopTalk Lectures


Johns Hopkins is in the middle of a multi-year, multi-project building effort that spans three campuses and two cities. These buildings --- on the Homewood campus, in East Baltimore, and in Washington, DC --- will transform how students, faculty, and community members learn, teach, research, and connect with each other. Join Amy Mercurio, Senior Director of Design and Construction, and Lee Coyle, Senior Director of Planning and Architecture, for a conversation about how we are building for the future. 

Phi Mu Alumnae Reunion

Saturday, March 26
10:30a.m. - 11:30a.m. Eastern | Hodson Lobby and Rear Patio

Campus Groups & Activities


Stop by to chat with your sisters over bagels and coffee!

The JHU Travel Programs Info Session

Saturday, March 26
10:30a.m. - 11:30a.m. Eastern | Homewood House Tent


Join us for coffee, tea, and treats from around the world, and a preview of the 22 trips being offered in 2022. And, take a sneak peek at 2023.

Meet with representatives from AHI Travel, Gohagan and Co., and Orbridge, who will answer your questions, and describe how travel can be exciting and educational, but also relaxing. They will explain how they keep travelers safe by following proper protocols and closely monitoring the changing guidelines for countries. Insurance options and liberal cancellation policies give further peace of mind.
Raffle prizes will be offered.

Ralph S. O'Connor Recreation Center Tour

Saturday, March 26
11a.m. - 11:30a.m. Eastern | Ralph S O'Connor Recreation Center

Tours


Check out the Ralph S. O'Connor Center for Recreation and Well-Being’s $27 million makeover that doubled the center's space for strength and cardio training and increase opportunities for student group activities. Renamed to include "well-being," the center has added a café and socialization space as well as a variety of programs focused on student wellness.

Curators' Tour of George Peabody Library and Sheet Music Exhibit

Saturday, March 26
11a.m. - 12p.m. Eastern | George Peabody Library, Peabody Institute

Tours


This event will begin with a 30 minute tour of the Sheridan Libraries’ new sheet music exhibition, Grace Notes in American History; 200 Years of Songs from the Lester Levy Sheet Music Collection, with Curator Sam Bessen, followed by a 30 minute tour of the historic George Peabody Library with Curator Paul Espinosa. Visitors will learn about the history of American popular music, followed by a tour of the awe-inspiring architecture and rare book holdings of the George Peabody Library.

Shuttle to Peabody Library provided. Departs from Mason Hall promptly at 10:30am.

Ralph S. O'Connor Recreation Center Tour

Saturday, March 26
11:30a.m. - 12p.m. Eastern | Ralph S O'Connor Recreation Center

Tours


Check out the Ralph S. O'Connor Center for Recreation and Well-Being’s $27 million makeover that doubled the center's space for strength and cardio training and increase opportunities for student group activities. Renamed to include "well-being," the center has added a café and socialization space as well as a variety of programs focused on student wellness.

Old Guard Homecoming Crab Cake Lunch at Gertrude's

Saturday, March 26
11:30a.m. - 1:30p.m. Eastern | Gertrude's

Food Reunion Class Events Signature Events

Traditional Crab Cake Lunch

Saturday, March 26
11:30a.m. - 1:30p.m. Eastern | Decker Quad Tent

Family Friendly Food Signature Events

Young Alumni Brunch

Saturday, March 26
11:30a.m. - 1:30p.m. Eastern | Decker Garden Tent (President's Garden)

Food Reunion Class Events Signature Events


Join your fellow alumni for a Blue Jays Brunch before the Lacrosse game. Brunch will include a full buffet with bottomless Mimosas and Bloody Mary’s as well as fun and giveaways and raffle items such as Hopkins branded Yeti items.

Curators' Tour of George Peabody Library and Sheet Music Exhibit

Saturday, March 26
1p.m. - 2p.m. Eastern | George Peabody Library, Peabody Institute

Tours


This event will begin with a 30 minute tour of the Sheridan Libraries’ new sheet music exhibition, Grace Notes in American History; 200 Years of Songs from the Lester Levy Sheet Music Collection, with Curator Sam Bessen, followed by a 30 minute tour of the historic George Peabody Library with Curator Paul Espinosa. Visitors will learn about the history of American popular music, followed by a tour of the awe-inspiring architecture and rare book holdings of the George Peabody Library.

Shuttle to Peabody Library provided. Departs from Mason Hall promptly at 12:30pm.

Jerry Schnydman Field Dedication

Saturday, March 26
1:30p.m. - 2p.m. Eastern | Homewood Field

Sports


This event is part of the lacrosse game. Attendees must purchase a lacrosse game ticket to attend.

Jerome “Jerry” Schnydman, alumnus of the Johns Hopkins University Class of 1967, admired lacrosse legend, and beloved fixture on campus, passed away Monday, October 25. Schnydman spent the better part of 50 years at Johns Hopkins, from his days as a student-athlete, to his work in undergraduate admissions, alumni relations, and finally the president’s office—where he served as executive assistant to the president and secretary of the board of trustees from 1998 until his retirement in 2012.

A special ceremony will take place on Homewood Field at 1:45 PM, prior to the start of the Hopkins vs. Michigan lacrosse game on March 26, 2022. We hope you will join us to celebrate Jerry with his friends and family. Following the game, there will be a brief reception in the tent located next to the Cordish Lacrosse Center.

Classes of 1970, 1971, & 1972 - 50th Reunion Class Seating at Homecoming Lacrosse Game

Saturday, March 26
2p.m. - 4p.m. Eastern | Homewood Field

Reunion Class Events Signature Events Sports


SOLD OUT

Come represent the Classes of 1970, 1971, and 1972 while cheering on the Blue Jays as they take on the Michigan Wolverines. Game ticket required - tickets will be available to pick up in the Welcome Tent until 12:45pm on game day. At 1:00pm on game day, they will be available to pick up at the tent by the steps of the Newton H. White Athletic Center adjacent to the stadium. 

Class of 1995, 1996, 1997 - 25th Reunion Class Seating at Homecoming Lacrosse Game

Saturday, March 26
2p.m. - 4p.m. Eastern | Homewood Field

Reunion Class Events Signature Events Sports


SOLD OUT!

Come represent the Class of 1995, 1996, and 1997 while cheering on the Blue Jays as they take on the Michigan Wolverines. Game ticket required - tickets will be available to pick up in the Welcome Tent until 12:45pm on game day. At 1:00pm on game day, they will be available to pick up at the tent by the steps of the Newton H. White Athletic Center adjacent to the stadium.

General Admission Homecoming Lacrosse Game: Johns Hopkins vs. Michigan

Saturday, March 26
2p.m. - 4p.m. Eastern | Homewood Field

Signature Events Sports


TICKETS STILL AVAILABLE! Stop by the Welcome Tent on Decker Quad to purchase your lacrosse tickets.

Come cheer on the Blue Jays as they take on the Michigan Wolverines. Game ticket required. Tickets will be available to pick up in the Welcome Tent until 12:45 p.m. on game day. At 1 p.m. on game day, they will be available to pick up at the tent by the steps of the Newton H. White Athletic Center adjacent to the stadium.

Old Guard Lacrosse Game Watch Party

Saturday, March 26
2p.m. - 4p.m. Eastern | Student Lounge in Levering Hall

Reunion Class Events Signature Events Sports


Head to the Student Lounge in Levering Hall to cheer on the Blue Jays as they take on the Michigan Wolverines. 

Reserved Admission Homecoming Lacrosse Game: Johns Hopkins vs. Michigan

Saturday, March 26
2p.m. - 4p.m. Eastern | Homewood Field

Signature Events Sports


TICKETS STILL AVAILABLE. Come to the Welcome Tent on Decker Quad to purchase tickets.

Come cheer on the Blue Jays as they take on the Michigan Wolverines. Game ticket required. Tickets will be available to pick up in the Welcome Tent until 12:45 p.m. on game day. At 1 p.m. on game day, they will be available to pick up at the tent by the steps of the Newton H. White Athletic Center adjacent to the stadium.

Evergreen Museum and Library Tour

Saturday, March 26
3p.m. - 4p.m. Eastern | Evergreen Museum and Library

Tours


On a docent-led tour of Evergreen, you will see 15 rooms of the Gilded Age mansion, plus many objects in its vast collection, including the 30,000-volume John Work Garrett Library, Tiffany glass, Asian ceramics, and artwork by artists such as Picasso, Modigliani, Raoul Dufy, Zelda Fitzgerald, Diego Rivera, David Driskell, and more.

Homewood Museum Tour

Saturday, March 26
3p.m. - 4p.m. Eastern | Homewood Museum

Tours


On a docent-led tour of Homewood, you will learn about the history of early 19th-century Baltimore and the people who resided at Homewood during that time, both free and enslaved. You also will see 12 rooms of the Federal-era mansion, plus many objects in its collection, including furniture, ceramics, paintings, and silver.

Camp Blue Jay

Saturday, March 26
4p.m. - 11p.m. Eastern | Levering Marketplace

Entertainment Family Friendly


Childcare for kids ages 5 – 12 will be provided while you attend your class dinners and parties! Dinner, crafts, activities and snacks will be provided. Kids’ friendly movie will also be shown later in the evening.

Teen Scene

Saturday, March 26
4p.m. - 11p.m. Eastern | Levering Marketplace

Entertainment Family Friendly


Teens ages 13 - 17 will be kept busy with exciting on-campus activities while you are enjoying your class dinners and parties! Dinner and snacks provided! 

20th Reunion Post-Game Celebration - Classes of 2002, 2001, 2000

Saturday, March 26
4:30p.m. - 7:30p.m. Eastern | Homewood Museum Tent

Food Reunion Class Events Signature Events


Celebrate your 20th Reunion together post-game.

35th Reunion Dinner - Classes of 1985, 1986, 1987

Saturday, March 26
4:30p.m. - 7:30p.m. Eastern | Ralph S. O'Connor Rec Center and Terrace

Food Reunion Class Events Signature Events

45th Reunion Celebration - Classes of 1975, 1976, 1977

Saturday, March 26
4:30p.m. - 7:30p.m. Eastern | Wyman Quad Tent (Shriver side of the tent)

Food Reunion Class Events Signature Events


After the Blue Jays’ defeat the Michigan Wolverines at the Homecoming lacrosse game, celebrate your 45th Reunion with the Classes of 1977, 1976, and 1975 at a casual post-game party. Enjoy this opportunity to reconnect with classmates from across your time at Hopkins!

Class of 1970 - 50th Reunion Anniversary Cocktail Party

Saturday, March 26
5p.m. - 7p.m. Eastern | Cypriana

Food Reunion Class Events Signature Events

30th Reunion Celebration - Classes of 1990, 1991, 1992

Saturday, March 26
5p.m. - 8p.m. Eastern | Keyser Quad Tent 2

Food Reunion Class Events Signature Events


After the Blue Jays’ defeat the Michigan Wolverines at the Homecoming lacrosse game, celebrate your 30th Reunion with the Classes of 1992, 1991, and 1990 at a casual post-game party. Enjoy this opportunity to reconnect with classmates from across your time at Hopkins!

10th Reunion Celebration - Classes of 2010, 2011, 2012

Saturday, March 26
5:30p.m. - 8:30p.m. Eastern | Decker Garden Tent (President's Garden)

Food Reunion Class Events Signature Events


Celebrate your 10th Reunion with the Classes of 2012, 2011, 2010. Enjoy this special opportunity to reconnect with classmates from across your time at Hopkins!

55th Reunion Celebration - Classes of 1967, 1966, 1965

Saturday, March 26
6p.m. - 9p.m. Eastern | Gertrude's

Food Reunion Class Events Signature Events

5th Reunion Celebration - Classes of 2015, 2016, 2017

Saturday, March 26
6p.m. - 9p.m. Eastern | Decker Garden Tent (President's Garden)

Food Reunion Class Events Signature Events


Celebrate your 5th Reunion with the Classes of 2017, 2016, 2015. Enjoy this special opportunity to reconnect with classmates from across your time at Hopkins! Heavy hors d'oeuvres and open bar included.

Old Guard Reunion Celebration - Classes of 1940 - 1962

Saturday, March 26
6p.m. - 9p.m. Eastern | Gertrude's

Food Reunion Class Events Signature Events

25th Reunion Dinner - Classes of 1997, 1996, 1995

Saturday, March 26
6:30p.m. - 9:30p.m. Eastern | Hodson Lobby and Rear Patio

Food Reunion Class Events Signature Events

15th Reunion Cocktail Party - Classes 2007, 2006, 2005

Saturday, March 26
7p.m. - 10p.m. Eastern | Gilman Atrium

Food Reunion Class Events Signature Events

Class of 1971 - 50th Reunion Dinner

Saturday, March 26
7p.m. - 10p.m. Eastern | AMR Annex Building

Food Reunion Class Events Signature Events

Class of 1972 - 50th Reunion Cocktails and Dinner

Saturday, March 26
7p.m. - 10p.m. Eastern | AMR Annex Building

Food Reunion Class Events Signature Events

Class of 1980 - 40th Reunion Cocktails and Dinner

Saturday, March 26
7p.m. - 10p.m. Eastern | Keyser Quad Tent 1

Food Reunion Class Events Signature Events


Enjoy cocktails and dinner with your classmates and those from 1981 and 1982. 

Class of 1981 - 40th Reunion Cocktails and Dinner

Saturday, March 26
7p.m. - 10p.m. Eastern | Keyser Quad Tent 1

Food Reunion Class Events Signature Events


Enjoy cocktails and dinner with your classmates and those from 1980 and 1982. 

Class of 1982 - 40th Reunion Cocktails and Dinner

Saturday, March 26
7p.m. - 10p.m. Eastern | Keyser Quad Tent 1

Food Reunion Class Events Signature Events


Enjoy cocktails and dinner with your classmates and those from 1980 and 1981. 

Class of 1977 - 45th Reunion Dinner

Saturday, March 26
7:30p.m. - 9:30p.m. Eastern | Wyman Quad Tent 1 (back side of the tent)

Food Reunion Class Events Signature Events


Continue your 45th Reunion Celebration with a special dinner just for your class! In a more intimate setting, wine, dine, and reconnect with your classmates during this time.

The Hullabalooza

Saturday, March 26 - Sunday, March 27 | Decker Quad Tent

Entertainment Signature Events


9p.m. - 12:30a.m. Eastern | Decker Quad Tent
The party where your yearbook comes back to life! Live band, cash bar, and lots of fun! One drink ticket is included for guests 21 and older. 

Alumni Bagel Brunch with Hillel

Sunday, March 27
9a.m. - 11a.m. Eastern | Johns Hopkins Hillel

Campus Groups & Activities Food


Come reconnect with old friends and enjoy Kosher bagels, shmear, fruit and desserts.

Alumni Weekend Champagne Buffet Brunch

Sunday, March 27
10a.m. - 12p.m. Eastern | AMR Annex Building

Family Friendly Food Signature Events


Space is limited.

Class of 1972 Brunch

Sunday, March 27
10a.m. - 12p.m. Eastern | Cordish Lacrosse Center

Food Reunion Class Events Signature Events

Class of 1982 Brunch

Sunday, March 27
10a.m. - 12p.m. Eastern | Home of Jackie Byer - Details will be emailed separately.

Reunion Class Events


Please join the Class of 1982 on Sunday, March 27 for Brunch from 10:00 am – 12:00 pm at the home of your classmate, Jackie Dyer. Details will be emailed separately. 

Career Alumni: Thoughts and Opinions

Sunday, March 27
11a.m. - 12p.m. Eastern | Mason Hall Auditorium and Lobby

HopTalk Lectures


Adam Baumgartner (ME '10) interviews a few alumni who share their experiences in career and life post Hopkins.

  • John Downey, (BS Biomedical Engineering, 2010 early grad) Then: Baja Team Captain 2011. Now: Staff Scientist at the University of Chicago. (Chicago, IL)
  • Ellen Berlinghof (BS Mechanical Engineering, 2010) Then: Varsity Women's Tennis. Now: Technical Program Manager at Jacobs (Baltimore, MD)
  • Margaret Roth Falzon (BA English Literature and Language & Environmental Earth Sciences, 2011) Then: Outdoor Pursuits Director of Operations. Now: COO Squadra Ventures (Baltimore, MD)

Curators' Tour of George Peabody Library and Sheet Music Exhibit

Sunday, March 27
11a.m. - 12p.m. Eastern | George Peabody Library, Peabody Institute

Tours


This event will begin with a 30 minute tour of the Sheridan Libraries’ new sheet music exhibition, Grace Notes in American History; 200 Years of Songs from the Lester Levy Sheet Music Collection, with Curator Sam Bessen, followed by a 30 minute tour of the historic George Peabody Library with Curator Paul Espinosa. Visitors will learn about the history of American popular music, followed by a tour of the awe-inspiring architecture and rare book holdings of the George Peabody Library.

Shuttle to Peabody Library provided. Departs from Mason Hall promptly at 10:30am.

Guinness Open Gate Brewery Tour and Tasting

Sunday, March 27
11:30a.m. - 12:30p.m. Eastern | Guinness Open Gate Brewery

Tours


Join us for a guided tour of Guinness Open Gate Brewery and a tasting of some of their most popular brews.
Make sure to arrive 15 minutes early and check in with our Info & Tours desk. A JHU staff volunteer will be there to greet you as well.

JHU Pride Brunch

Sunday, March 27
11:59a.m. - 1p.m. Eastern | Gertrude's

Campus Groups & Activities Food


All students, alumni and guests are invited to participate.

Guinness Open Gate Brewery Tour and Tasting

Sunday, March 27
12:30p.m. - 1:30p.m. Eastern | Guinness Open Gate Brewery

Tours


Join us for a guided tour of Guinness Open Gate Brewery and a tasting of some of their most popular brews

Make sure to arrive 15 minutes early and check in with our Info & Tours desk. A JHU staff volunteer will be there to greet you as well..

Curators' Tour of George Peabody Library and Sheet Music Exhibit

Sunday, March 27
1p.m. - 2p.m. Eastern | George Peabody Library, Peabody Institute

Tours


This event will begin with a 30 minute tour of the Sheridan Libraries’ new sheet music exhibition, Grace Notes in American History; 200 Years of Songs from the Lester Levy Sheet Music Collection, with Curator Sam Bessen, followed by a 30 minute tour of the historic George Peabody Library with Curator Paul Espinosa. Visitors will learn about the history of American popular music, followed by a tour of the awe-inspiring architecture and rare book holdings of the George Peabody Library.    

Shuttle to Peabody Library provided. Departs from Mason Hall promptly at 12:30pm.