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Welcome Home to the Hilltop: June 3-6, 2010
Registration for Reunion Weekend is now open.  If you didn’t have a chance to register before the deadline, you may still attend events and pay at the door or at on-site registration.  Space is available at all class parties. Walk-in registration will be available in Healy Hall (Maguire Room 101) during the following times only:  
Thursday, June 3: 5 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Friday, June 4: 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Saturday, June 5: 8 a.m. - noon.
Additionally, you may register and pay at the door at each individual event.  
Rediscover Georgetown
Participate in reunion events that illustrate Georgetown’s profound global impact through faculty and alumni participants on a wide range of topics.  View a full schedule of events.
Celebrate Reunion Beyond the Hilltop
Bookmark this site in order to receive the latest event updates and check back frequently to view the list of who’s coming back. Also, reconnect online and share your memories with fellow Hoyas, whether through an online book club, podcast tours (coming soon), or blogs.
University President’s Symposium: Athletics in the Academy, Community and Society
Join President John J. DeGioia for a discussion about athletics at Georgetown, and the impact of sports on campus, community and society.  President DeGioia will be joined by John Thompson III, coach of the men’s basketball team, and Ted Leonsis (C’77), owner of the Washington Capitals. The event will take place on Saturday, June 5, from 11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. in Gaston Hall.
Your opinion matters to us.
Let us know why you could or couldn't make it, or how to make reunion better next year, by completing the appropriate online survey below:
Participate in Reunion's Service Project
Thank you to all who participated in Hoyas Give Baxa! events across the country in March and April - read a recap and view pictures from the events.  Continue your service by participating in this year’s community service project. Donate a new children’s book (grades K-12) to support the literacy programs of Georgetown University’s Center for Social Justice Research, Teaching and Service. New books will be collected at reunion check-in (located in Healy Hall), at the All-Class Family Picnic and the Storytelling Hour on Saturday.
This year we are also collecting book donations to benefit students at the Don Bosco Cristo Rey High School in Washington, D.C. You can select and donate a book in advance of the weekend through Amazon.com. The library, English and history departments have compiled a wish list of most-needed novels, reference and audio books, so you can easily select a title (or a few), purchase and ship your gift directly to the high school in just a few easy clicks. Click here for a direct link to the wish list registry.
Send an e-card to spread the word about Reunion!
The list of alumni planning to attend Reunion Weekend keeps on growing! If friends aren't on the list, send them an e-card invitation and encourage them to come home to the Hilltop.
Keep your info up to date!
To update your information on file with Alumni Records, you can log in to the Update My Profile feature on Georgetown Alumni Online, the online community for Georgetown University Alumni, and make the changes yourself. You can also send changes directly to Alumni Address Update. Be sure to include your full name, school and class year.
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