This is your reunion year. We look forward to seeing you back on campus for your 35th Anniversary during Reunion Weekend, June 1 - 3, 2018.
The weekend is filled with opportunities to reconnect with classmates, reminisce about student days and enjoy class events, interactions with students and faculty, educational sessions, recreational opportunities and much more. Make your plans to return home to Bucknell.
Our Class Participation Goal:
Current Total Class Members
Who Have Made a Gift or Pledge:
Recreational opportunities, campus tours, alumni awards, Bucknell 360° educational sessions, open houses, receptions and more.
View the photos from last year.
A cornerstone of the University's success and progress is the loyal generosity of alumni. Donors who support Bucknell for three or more consecutive years are recognized as members of this society. Continue or establish your membership by making a gift today. Contact Mary Marshall, Annual Fund Program Manager, at email@example.com for more information.Make a Gift
Have you considered contributing to your class's reunion giving total by naming Bucknell as a beneficiary of your retirement plan, life insurance policy, will or living trust? If you have included Bucknell in any of these ways, or would like information about doing so, please contact Dan Clark, associate director of gift planning, at firstname.lastname@example.org.Make a Gift
Janice (Mueller) Crampton
Karen (Fracas) Monaghan
Nancy (Harvey) Worrell
Lisa (DeFusco) Dinackus
Tracey (Trusk) Eick
Sarah (Rex) Geary
Susan (DeKimpe) Glenn
Janet (Schierloh) Howard
If you are interested in serving on the reunion committee for your class, complete the volunteer form at Bucknell.edu/Reunion.
Does Bucknell have your current email address? Visit the Alumni App to view your information. Submit updates by using the app, emailing email@example.com or completing our online form at Bucknell.edu/Alumni.
For accessibility assistance at Reunion Weekend, contact Bucknell's Office of Accessibility Resources.
Mark Brotherton was the first Bucknell soccer player to be named all-conference four straight years. A four-year letterman and two-time co-captain, he was named to the All-East Coast Conference Team after each of his four seasons with the Orange and Blue. He was inducted into Bucknell's Soccer Hall of Fame in 2006.Read More
Fujimura is a Former Presidential appointee to the National Council on the Arts and his work has been exhibited at galleries around the world. He is the 2011 recipient of the Bucknell Association for the Arts Academy of Artistic Achievement Award and currently serves on the Bucknell University Board of Trustees.Read More
Rodney Brown was a four-year starter for the Bison men's lacrosse team under Hall of Fame coach Sid Jamieson. Brown played both midfield and defense during a terrific career that saw him become Bucknell's third Division I All-American. Rodney was inducted into Bucknell's Hall of Fame in 2009.Read More
Fertik Williard became the first Bucknell woman to qualify for a national track and field championship and also became the first Bucknell All-American in that sport in 1982. She set seven indoor and outdoor school records and placed in the top six in the EAIAW indoor and outdoor heptathlon and pentathlon championships six times. She was inducted into the Bucknell Hall of Fame in 1994.Read More
White qualified for the NCAA Indoor Championships in the 1,000 meters in 1982. He was part of five East Coast Conference championship teams and also competed in the 1982 NCAA Cross Country Championship as part of a Bison squad that finished 12th in the nation. He was inducted in 2010 into Bucknell's Hall of Fame.Read More
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