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  •  Grand Reunion Update: Schedule Changes and Additions

    Friday, Sep. 13, 2013

    It is often said that the only constant in life is change. Well, Grand Reunion is certainly not immune to this. Since our schedule was finalized and published back in July, we have had a few things happen that have warranted some updates to our schedule as well as other aspects of the reunion weekend. We would like to make you aware of the following information:

    Hotels

    The DoubleTree and Fairmont Hotels are sold out. Rooms are available on both Friday and Saturday nights at the San Jose Hilton.

    Golf

    The Grand Reunion golf tournament will be held at Santa Teresa Golf Club in San Jose. The shotgun start is set for 8:30 a.m.

    Events/Programs

    Friday, October 11
    “Why is God for Christians Good for Nothing?” has been cancelled. This event has been re-scheduled by the Ignatian Center for Monday, October 7. See their website for more information.

    Meir Statman is unable to present “What Investors Really Want: Lessons from Behavioral Finance” but we have another speaker from the Business School, John Ifcher, who will present “The Economics of Happiness” in the same time slot.

    Saturday, October 12
    NEW EVENT: "Red and White Scrimmage" - Catch a sneak peek of the men's basketball team as they play an inter-squad scrimmage in the Leavey Center. Attendees will also enjoy a meet and greet with the players and coaches as well as an opportunity for autographs! No need to RSVP; we'll see you in Leavey on Saturday morning from 9 - 10:30 am.

    Gerald McKevitt’s talk preceding the Gianera Society Luncheon titled “The History of Photography and SCU” has been cancelled, but we are pleased to welcome Dennis Gordon who will speak about U.S. and U.K. political and cultural relations since WW II. He will also share information about our plans for an alumni trip to England next summer for which he will be one of the faculty hosts.

    Thank you for your patience as well as your understanding as we all adapt to these changes.

    Go Broncos!