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Golden Eagles Reunion

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  • Alumni Relations
    202-885-5900
    Fax: 202-885-5964
    reunion@american.edu
    4200 Wisconsin Ave NW, Room 5230C

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Members of the Class of 1960 and prior who attended All-American Weekend 2010

RECONNECT WITH FRIENDS AND AMERICAN UNIVERSITY OVER ALL-AMERICAN WEEKEND

American University's Golden Eagles represent alumni whose initial studies with American University culminated 50 or more years ago. The AU Golden Eagles have developed a warm tradition of gathering annually to celebrate the induction of the newest class to the group and is a shining example of the university's efforts to strengthen connections between long time alumni and current faculty, staff, students, and friends. Hosted by President Neil Kerwin, SPA/BA '71, and his wife Ann Kerwin, CAS/BA '71, the Golden Eagles Reunion Luncheon is one of the signature events of American University's All-American Weekend.

The Golden Eagles Luncheon is followed by a variety of programming throughout the next two days of All-American Weekend, which allows members of this honored group to remember, reconnect, and relate their stories to the generations of alumni and students who have followed in their footsteps.

Complimentary parking is available in the Bender Arena garage.

Golden Eagles are eligible for induction in 2012

alumni are members of the AU Golden Eagles

Golden Eagles Reunion

Golden Eagles

Friday, October 19 · 11 a.m.
University Club
Mary Graydon Center
American University

If you prefer not to register online, please contact Emily K. LaClair, assistant director of Planned Giving at 202-885-5941 or laclair@american.edu.

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Registration for All-American Weekend will go live mid-August 2012.

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