reunions

They're both juniors majoring in political science, and only just discovered they're related.
High school can evoke bad memories, of cliques and hormone-infused drama, of memorizing World War I dates, of diagramming sentences and conjugating Latin verbs and struggling through Calculus. Of being plagued by self-doubt and wanting desperately to fit in.
Try an ancestor trivia night.  Do a deep dive through the family records and poll everyone for fun facts to be quizzed on
Blessings to those who are members of this class, this family, this community. May you be a light in the world that is thirsting
After nearly 30 years apart, Bart and Brenda reunited with each other. And then, after a twist of fate, with their son.
We also host 20 "Test Drive a Tour Guide" talks, where guides give those dreaming of taking a tour a slideshow explaining
Other than my wonderful family, my friends are my life's riches, and if I think about it, between my oldest friends, my adulthood friends, and my newer friends, I am rich beyond all measure.
It's college graduation season, which means that it's reunion season, too -- that time when college alumni go back to their alma mater and drink heavily to forget how old they really are. Here are 20 things that will (probably) happen when you go back to your 20th college reunion.
Reunions can be wonderful time travel exercises. Just had my 30th business school reunion, and other than the shock of seeing wrinkled faces and gray hair -- my own included -- it was a great time.
I thought I'd share a few coping mechanisms that worked for me, transforming a fright night into a pleasant party (if you're a social butterfly or an accomplished salesperson, these suggestions probably seem like second nature to you).
I've never attended a school reunion in my life. Not high school, college, or graduate school. Never. But the 50th Oswego High School (NY) reunion was irresistible to me. I asked myself, "If not now, when?" And so I booked the hotel, rental car, and flight, and took off for Lake Ontario.
Then, bingo, one wasn’t. It was a South Carolina number. It was listed as belonging to a nephew, but a woman answered. It
Maybe at 20 you still take the very notion of a lifelong friendship for granted. A grand statement that is meaningless when you're barely out of your teens. But now, a few years later, we seem to know better.