Class of 1975
Update your contact information to hear the latest Emory news, breakthroughs and events, join our online directory to remain accessible to your fellow alumni and find other Emory grads in your area, and keep up with classmates through the Class of 1975 Facebook group. A lot has changed since 1975, and Emory wants to remain a part of your life. Please stay in touch!
1975 Reunion Committee
Renee Huskey 75C 81L, Susan Kaminitz Schlein 75C, Betty Garland Wren 75C
Reunion volunteers are the heart of Homecoming and reunions at Emory. They bring valuable knowledge of their class and encourage others to participate in class activities and class giving. Reunion volunteers do more than plan an event; they inspire others to a life-long connection at Emory. If you're interested in being part of your reunion committee, email Michelle.Leblanc@emory.edu.
Join classmates and fellow alumni from Emory College and Goizueta Business School for a fun-filled Homecoming and Reunion Weekend, September 24-27, 2015. Catch up with old friends and see what's different (and what's the same) about Emory today.
Kick off the weekend with a welcome reception on Friday, September 25 at a favorite local hangout. More details soon.
On Saturday, September 26, celebrate homecoming during the day with festivities like soccer games, food trucks, a parade, the opening of the Atwood addition to the Chemistry building, a concert you won't want to miss, and so much more. That night we will celebrate Emory College and Goizueta BBA classes of 1975, 1985, 1990, 1995, 2005, and 2010 at the Undergraduate Reunion Gala at Fernbank Museum.
Registrations (as of 8/25)
Linda Vaden Daniel 75C, Daniel Donato 75C, Susan Hollingshead 75C, Renee Huskey 75C, Andrea Lee Negroni 75C, Susan Kaminitz Schlein 75C, Patti Schropp 75C, Bob Tacon 75B, Amy Reneau Tropfenbaum 75B
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