Schedule of Events

This year's virtual reunion features a series of fun events hosted by Alumni as well as a number of events from campus departments and programs. To register for alumni events, use the button below. Events from departments and programs will have their own registration link along with the event description.

On your own time

April 12-25

Proud to be a Gaucho

Proud to be a Gaucho Challenge

What’s a reunion without some friendly competition? Download the GooseChase app and compete against alumni from around the globe in an attempt to earn one of the top three prize winning spots. Start collecting your favorite old photos now, they'll come in handy during the game. You can earn points for things like submitting your favorite memories from your time on campus or registering for events during All Gaucho Reunion. The game begins at 9am on April 12th. Be sure to register and have the app downloaded on the first day for your best shot at winning! 


Art and Activisim

Documenting Santa Barbara’s Art and Activism

UCSB Library invites Santa Barbara community members and UCSB students, faculty, staff, and alumni to submit original works that address how the pandemics of racial injustice and coronavirus have shaped their lives. Works can include a wide range of formats, including journal entries, poems, course work, photographs, videos, social media posts, zines, or audio recordings. We encourage folks to submit works under their own or an assumed name for either one of the digital collections. For more information about how the Library will store, maintain, and make accessible these works head to the library website. The curation team welcomes questions and comments, please write to us at: outreach@library.ucsb.edu .

Learn more on the Library website

April 19-25

Woman running on campus

Virtual Gaucho Gallop

We invite alumni near and far to participate in Virtual Gaucho Gallop. A repeat of last year’s phenomenal event, join as Gauchos across the globe run, walk, hop, or skip in the pursuit of healthy living. Participate in an activity, anytime between April 19th and April 25th. Then, snap a photo and send it to us for a chance to be featured on our social media and website. 

Generational Trivia

Gather virtually with fellow Alumni for some friendly competition. Organize a virtual night of trivia with your favorite Gauchos and test your knowledge of UCSB, sports, entertainment, and more. Register to let us know you're participating and then choose a date and time during the reunion to have your virtual trivia night. For additional information, head to the Generational Trivia tab at the top of the page. 

these are live so don't be late!

Saturday, April 17th 

Alpha Delta Pi Virtual Alumni Happy Hour 

5:00 p.m.

Register for the Alpha Delta Pi Happy Hour

Alpha Delta Pi is hosting a Virtual Alumni Happy Hour! Join us on zoom with your favorite drink in hand (optional), to share some stories and memories from your time in ADPi. This event will be a fun and lighthearted way for you to reconnect with your sisters and your chapter! Please submit photos from your time in Alpha Delta Pi on the RSVP form, or email them to alumnaegammaxi@gmail.com. A link to the zoom event will be sent via email as the event gets closer.

Alpha Delt Pi alumni

Monday, April 19th

student in photonics lab

UC Alumni Career Network Webinar:

Navigating Racism in Career Advancement

12:00 p.m - 1:00 p.m.

Register for the Career Network Webinar

This session will focus specifically on acknowledging and addressing racist barriers and sharing strategies for building a trusted network to support your career advancement. This webinar is an affinity space specifically designed for BIPOC alumni. To create a safe space for sensitive conversations, this session will not be recorded.

yoga at the beach

All Gaucho Reunion 2021 Get Up Gauchos!

Fit For Life with Ryan 

12:00 p.m.

Register for Get Up Gauchos!

Fit For Life is designed to not only get you fit and healthy, but our nationally certified personal trainers and post-rehab specialists will also work on your postural imbalances to reduce those everyday aches and pains so you can feel at your best at work and play. Classes include strength, cardiovascular, core, and flexibility training.

Get Up Gauchos! is sponsored by UCSB Recreation. All attendees must sign a waiver prior to participating. A link to the waiver and instructions on how to send it to us will be provided in the confirmation email upon registering. 

Professors Sameer Pandya and Lisa Sun-Hee Park

Asian American Studies Department:

What We Talk About When We Talk About Anti-Asian Violence

4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Register for the Anti-Asian Violence zoom talk

A Zoom conversation with Professors Sameer Pandya and Lisa Sun-Hee Park explores the spike in anti-Asian violence in the past year and how we engage in discussions about this issue.

Tuesday, April 20th

student exercising in gym

All Gaucho Reunion 2021 Get Up Gauchos!

Stretch Break with Jeremy 

11:30 a.m.

Register for Stretch Break

Literally—Get Up Gauchos! Zoom fatigue is real. Muscles tighten, posture becomes slouched and energy levels can plummet as the day wears on. This affects the brain as much as the body. 
In these 30 minute guided stretch breaks we will explore a diversity of stretches and light exercises to wake up the body and mind, increase blood circulation, reduce tension and discomfort all while restoring energy to help you stay awake and alert for extended periods of time. We are in this together. See you in class! 

Get Up Gauchos! is sponsored by UCSB Recreation. All attendees must sign a waiver prior to participating. A link to the waiver and instructions on how to send it to us will be provided in the confirmation email upon registering. 

Scott Simon with student

The Reef | Marine Science Institute presents:

All Gaucho View of Our Ocean Planet (Session #1)

12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Register for Ocean Planet Session 1

Join UCSB alum and REEF director Scott E. Simon as well as current gaucho undergrads live for a wet and wild time inside the research experience and education facility, also known as the REEF, UCSB's teaching aquarium! Learn about all the cutting edge science and conservation that is taking place on our Ocean Planet with some of our cool critters and kelp.

clouds over mountains

UCSB Library Pacific Views Speaker Series Presents

"Do Environmental Markets Cause Environmental Injustice? Evidence from California’s Carbon Markets"

4:00 p.m.

Register for Environmental Injustice Talk

In their Pacific View talk, Kyle Meng and Danae Hernandez-Cortes will share what they learned when they examined evidence that economically disadvantaged and racial minority communities bear a greater share of environmental harms following the introduction of California's greenhouse gas emissions trading program, the world's second largest carbon market. Meng and Hernandez-Cortes will discuss implications and limitations of theri findings in other settings where environmental injustices meet environmental markets.

student with octopus

The Reef | Marine Science Institute presents:

All Gaucho View of Our Ocean Planet (Session #2)

5:00 p.m - 6:00 p.m.

Register for Ocean Planet Session 2

Join UCSB alum and REEF director Scott E. Simon as well as current gaucho undergrads live for a wet and wild time inside the research experience and education facility, also known as the REEF, UCSB's teaching aquarium! Learn about all the cutting edge science and conservation that is taking place on our Ocean Planet with some of our cool critters and kelp.

Wednesday, April 21st

wine bottle

UCSB Library Screening & Discussion:

America’s Wine: The Legacy of Prohibition.

4:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.

Register for American's Wine: The Legacy of Prohibition on Zoom

Pour a glass of wine and join the UCSB Library for a screening of America’s Wine: The Legacy of Prohibition, a documentary that offers an unprecedented overview of the legacy of National Prohibition and its continuing impact on the wine industry. The screening will be followed by a panel discussion diving into Prohibition’s effects on the Santa Barbara wine industry, how the current pandemic is actively remodeling its landscape, and the Library’s role in preserving our local viticulture history. For more information and to learn about the event speakers, head to the library’s website.  

student with urchin

The REEF | Marine Science Institute presents:

All Gaucho View of Our Ocean Planet (Session #3)

5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Register for Ocean Planet Session 3

Join UCSB alum and REEF director Scott E. Simon as well as current gaucho undergrads live for a wet and wild time inside the research experience and education facility, also known as the REEF, UCSB's teaching aquarium! Learn about all the cutting edge science and conservation that is taking place on our Ocean Planet with some of our cool critters and kelp.

Yoga with Natalie

All Gaucho Reunion 2021 Get Up Gauchos!

Living Yoga with Natalie

5:30 p.m.

Register for Living Yoga with Natalie

This class is geared to anyone looking to find all the benefits of yoga. The class will take you on a journey through the layers that yoga has to offer, physical, emotional, and mental. Participants will learn foundational alignment through breath in order to strengthen and give flexibility to the body, within the physical practice we will weave in tools to build a mindful practice leading towards meditation. The more we work and face challenges on the mat the more opportunity we create to move through difficulties in our daily life. This class is geared for all levels variation and modifications will be offered. 

Get Up Gauchos! is sponsored by UCSB Recreation. All attendees must sign a waiver prior to participating. A link to the waiver and instructions on how to send it to us will be provided in the confirmation email upon registering. 

Yoga with Nadine

Pi Beta Phi

Yoga Flow with Pi Phi Alum Nadine!

5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Zoom registration link coming soon

Join us for a zoom yoga flow with UCSB Pi Beta Phi alumnae and Corepower instructor Nadine Tejadilla! The hour-long flow will take place from 5-6pm PST over zoom. Grab a mat and some water, find an open space, and get ready for a relaxing sunset flow with fellow Pi Phis! 

Tania Israel

 

Alumni Presents:

Profs at the Pub

5:30 p.m.

Register for Profs at the Pub with Tania Israel

Join fellow alumni in listening to an engaging talk, led by Professor of Counseling Psychology; Tania Israel. Learn about her book Beyond Your Bubble: How to Connect Across the Political Divide: Skills and Strategies for Conversations That Work. Hear from the author herself as she offers tools to increase understanding in an increasingly polarized society. The talk will be led by Professor Israel and will be followed by a moderated Q&A session. Learn more about Tania by visiting her website.

Thursday, April 22nd

yoga at the beach

All Gaucho Reunion 2021 Get Up Gauchos!

Fit For Life with Alex

12:00 p.m.

Register for Fit For Life with Alex

Fit For Life is designed to not only get you fit and healthy, but our nationally certified personal trainers and post-rehab specialists will also work on your postural imbalances to reduce those everyday aches and pains so you can feel at your best at work and play. Classes include strength, cardiovascular, core, and flexibility training. 

Get Up Gauchos! is sponsored by UCSB Recreation. All attendees must sign a waiver prior to participating. A link to the waiver and instructions on how to send it to us will be provided in the confirmation email upon registering. 

CCS Lounge:

Women in Science

4:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.

Register for Women in Science via Zoom

We invite you to the "CCS Lounge" for an informative moderated conversation on women in science. Joining the conversation are CCS faculty, alumni, and other members of the CCS community, who will discuss their research careers in academia and industry as well as their accomplishments, their challenges, and the twists and turns they experienced along the way. This is the third event in our CCS Lounge series. CCS Dean Gerardo Aldana will provide opening remarks.

UCSB Adventure Program climber

Recreation Department:

Alumni Happy Hour

5:00 p.m.

Register for Recreation Happy Hour

Calling all UCSB Recreation Alumni! Celebrate All Gaucho Reunion week with the Recreation Alumni Happy Hour as we connect with friends old and new on Zoom. Reminisce about your Recreation days and network with fellow alumni and current professional staff.

student holding starfish

The REEF | Marine Science Institute

All Gaucho View of Our Ocean Planet (Session #4)

5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Register for Our Ocean Plant Session 4

Join UCSB alum and REEF director Scott E. Simon as well as current gaucho undergrads live for a wet and wild time inside the research experience and education facility, also known as the REEF, UCSB's teaching aquarium! Learn about all the cutting edge science and conservation that is taking place on our Ocean Planet with some of our cool critters and kelp.

UCSB rowing team

UCSB Rowing Team

Alumni Happy Hour

5:00 p.m.

Register for Rowing Team Happy Hour

Calling all UCSB Rowing Alumni! Join the current athletes, coaches, and supporters at our Happy Hour to connect with the team over Zoom. Learn about new things in store for the team while also reconnecting to your fellow crewmates!

drag queen illustration

UCSB Alumni

Drag Show

8:00 p.m.

Join us for our Youtube Premier on the day of the event

It's time for an ALL-STAR affair with the Alumni Drag Show. This is an event you won't want to miss. Join the Resource Center for Sexual and Gender Diversity to see the amazing talents of our alumni performers! Tune into the RCSGD's YouTube channel at on April 22nd for the show, with live chat from the queens, other alumni, and current UCSB students and staff. If you can't make it at 8pm, the show will be available for you to watch on that channel following the event.

No registration necessary

Bren students

Bren School of Environmental Science & Management

Master’s Project Presentations

8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Register for Master's Project Presentations on Zoom

Master of Environmental Science and Management (MESM) students spend a year working on an environmental solutions project in partnership with a non-profit, public agency, or industry partner to develop a real-world research study, program, or entrepreneurship venture. This year, join us to watch presentations from 17 Group Projects and 2 Eco-Entrepreneurship Projects about their results on issues such as: clean energy, climate change, sustainable agriculture, ecosystem and species conservation, ocean health, urban forestry, fisheries management, landfills and waste, and municipal resource management. For more information, contact Sean Kerr, Group Projects Coordinator, sean@bren.ucsb.edu.

CCBER Natural History Collections staff

The Cheadle Center for Biodiversity and Ecological Restoration:

Exploring UCSB’s Natural History Collections

1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Register for UCSB's Natural Collections Tour

We invite you to join us for a behind the scenes virtual tour of UCSB’s Natural History Collections. Over a half million specimens are preserved at the Cheadle Center, including reptiles, birds, mammals, insects, plants, and seaweeds. These collections are used by scientists and students to understand the diversity of life in the Santa Barbara region, as well as to explore many other scientific questions relating to climate change, ecological restoration, evolution, and ecology.

Zumba

All Gaucho Reunion 2021 Get Up Gauchos! 

Zumba® FriYay Party

5:00 p.m.

Register for Zumba

Our dynamic Zumba® duo; Dina and Sung, will be live to team teach this energized and social dance party! They will feature exotic rhythms set to high energy latin, Hip Hop and other International beats. Its not just a workout it's a commUNITY. Get Up Gauchos! is sponsored by UCSB Recreation. All attendees must sign a waiver prior to participating. A link to the waiver and instructions on how to send it to us will be provided in the confirmation email upon registering. 

Education Abroad Program

Activating EAP Experience in Your Career

3:00 p.m. PDT /  6:00 p.m. EDT

Register for Activating EAP Experience panel discussion

Join other UCSB EAP students and recent alumni for a dynamic discussion about applying your study abroad experience to your career. Hear from UCSB EAP alumni who are experts in their respective fields about the value of their international experiences and global perspective in the workforce. The panelists for this event are:

Marie Williams '89
Senior Director of Technology
Marriott Corporation
Ambassador Marc Grossman '73
Vice Chairman
The Cohen Group
Sara Milles Gupta '02
Vice President, Global Retail Partnerships
Salsify
Ramon Rodriguez '08
Spanish Language Interpreter
Orange County Superior Court

kelp on the beach

The REEF: Marine Science Institute

All Gaucho View of Our Ocean Planet (Session #5)

5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Register for Our Ocean Planet 5

Join UCSB alum and REEF director Scott E. Simon as well as current gaucho undergrads live for a wet and wild time inside the research experience and education facility, also known as the REEF, UCSB's teaching aquarium! Learn about all the cutting edge science and conservation that is taking place on our Ocean Planet with some of our cool critters and kelp.

campfire

Pi Beta Phi

Happy Hour "Fireside"

5:00 p.m. 

Zoom registration link coming soon

Join us by the metaphorical "fireside" with your favorite cocktail in hand, and be prepared to listen to and tell stories of the good ol' college days! This happy hour is for current Pi Phi upperclassmen (juniors and seniors) and Pi Phi alumni. We look forward to mingling and hearing some fun stories from everyone. 

Phi Sigma Rho alumnae

Phi Sigma Rho

Dinner with Alumnae

6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Attend via Zoom

Meeting id: 857 9976 8948 
Password: 100177

"Dinner with Alumnae" will be a 2 hour long virtual event between alumnae and the current actives. It is going to be a casual dinner date style event where alumnae will have the opportunity to meet and mingle with Phi Rho's current actives. Since it is a dinner, alumnae are encouraged to bring food! The first hour will be open to the entire active body, but the second hour will be limited to our seniors and alumnae are welcome to bring drinks to this portion. 
 

Saturday, April 24th

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

“State of our Communities” Diversity Address & Community Breakouts

10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Register for State of Our Communities

Join us for exciting diversity programming updates from admissions, student life, and academic success colleagues across campus. You'll then have the opportunity to gather with fellow Gauchos in community breakout sessions.

"Black Family Reunion" (11am-1pm)hosted by UCSB's Black Alumni Club and Office of Black Student Development. This celebration brings together newly admitted Black students (freshmen, transfers, grad students), current students, alumni, faculty, and staff. We'll commemorate our past and present experiences and celebrate historical achievements of the Black community at UCSB.

From 11am-12pm, connect with volunteers from the Chican@/Latinx Alumni Network and the Asian Pacific Islander alumni communities. Learn about the many ways you can get involved in supporting our diverse alumni and students!

Register to receive Zoom links for the main session + Black Family Reunion, Chicanx/Latinx Alumni Network, and Asian Pacific Islander alumni  community breakouts.

Sunny Days Book

Alumni Authors:

Children’s Book Reading (Session #1) Featuring Jesse Byrd and the book Sunny Days

11:00 a.m.

Register for Alumni Authors Jesse Byrd

Jesse Byrd ‘10 is an African-American children’s book creator and dual-native of California and Louisiana. After 3 years working on a secret project for Google at their headquarters in California, Jesse decided to pursue his true love of creating stories for readers young and old. Jesse’s debut novel, King Penguin, was highly praised and won awards at both the Los Angeles and Paris Annual Book Festivals, placing top 10 for the year in its category. His two picture books: Sunny Days and Real Jungle Tales have received awards in four major competitions worldwide. To purchase the book for your own collection, or if you’d like to read along during the event, head to Jesse’s website. And be sure to note at checkout if you'd like an autographed copy!

To learn more about Jesse (and his wife Emaan Abbass ‘09) check out their spotlight from earlier this year. And, be sure to register for our other Alumni Authors session on Sunday April 25th, featuring Kim Donnelly ‘08.

waves on rocks

The REEF | Marine Science Institute

All Gaucho View of Our Ocean Planet (Session #6)

11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Register for Our Ocean Planet 6

Join UCSB alum and REEF director Scott E. Simon as well as current gaucho undergrads live for a wet and wild time inside the research experience and education facility, also known as the REEF, UCSB's teaching aquarium! Learn about all the cutting edge science and conservation that is taking place on our Ocean Planet with some of our cool critters and kelp.

student walking with motion blur

Department of Communication

Communication Career Day: Transitions

1:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Register for Communication Career Day on Shoreline

This year's theme will be transitions--transitions into careers or transitions to a new career. Learn about careers using the Communication major and interact with successful Communication alumni! Attend the 13 th annual Communication Career Day—virtual for the first time. Keynote panelists include Jamie Morgan, Head of Technical Recruiting at Cruise, Takako Suzuki, Statistician/Data Scientist at Neustar, Diana Nguyen, Learning and Development Program Specialist, Apeel Sciences. Following the keynote panel, dozens of Communication alumni will interact in small group breakout rooms to offer individualized career advice to Communication students. Freshmen and sophomores gain insight into the variety of professions and diverse career paths chosen by our Communication alumni. Juniors and seniors learn tips about entering the workforce. All alumni are most welcome as participants. UCSB Communication alumni serving as Virtual Alumni Table Hosts are invited to discuss their careers and career paths in small group breakout discussions with majors and pre-majors.

Doug Margerum

Alumni Presents:

Virtual Wine Tasting

Inspired by the Taste of UCSB

4:00 p.m.

Register for Virtual Wine Tasting

Join us for a Virtual Wine Tasting, inspired by All Gaucho Reunion’s signature event, the Taste of UCSB. We will be joined by Doug Margerum ‘81, owner of Margerum Wine Company and provider of the amazing selection for the wine tasting. Doug built his family business with the goal of creating handcrafted and personal products. Doug will welcome fellow Alumni into his home (virtually of course) as he takes us on a wine tasting journey. Our host Doug will talk about each bottle as we all sip together! A Virtual Wine Tasting requires no designated driver….why didn’t we think of this sooner?

For more details on this event, head to the Wine Tasting Tab at the top of the page. 

Kappa Kappa Gamma group photo

Kapp Kappa Gamma

TJs and a Toast to our Alumni

4:00 p.m.

RSVP for TJs and a Toast

Welcome back Kappa Kappa Gamma Alumnae! Bring your favorite Trader Joe's snack and a drink of your choice to our Zoom with chapter members. This event is your chance to connect with current Kappas both professionally and casually.  It will be a delightful happy hour filled with tasty snacks, blasts from the past and an opportunity for you to guide members into their futures. 

student using computer

Alpha Chi Omega

Virtual Career Panel

6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

Zoom registration link coming soon

Alpha Chi Omega will be hosting a virtual alumni career panel for alumni to share what they are doing post grad, as well as networking with current members! To register, please email Lexi at axo.vprfa.ucsb@gmail.com

 

Sunday, April 25th

Bonding with Friends book

Alumni Authors: Children’s Book Reading (Session #2)

Featuring Kim Donnelly and the book Bonding with Friends: H2O and Helium

11:00 a.m.

Register for Alumni Authors Kim Donnelly

Kim Donnelly ‘08 was born and raised in California. In high school, her favorite subjects were Chemistry and Math which led her to pursue a Chemical Engineering degree from the UCSB and ultimately, started her on the path to becoming an author. From a young age, she has enjoyed teaching and mentoring others, so her books are intended to be educational in a fun way that appeals to children. She hopes that her books make science approachable for families and children become inspired to explore STEM topics further. Come see Kim read aloud from her book Bonding with Friends: H2O & Helium, followed by Q&A. If you’d like to purchase the book for your own collection, or to follow along during the reading, click here. To learn more about Kim check out her spotlight. And be sure to check out our other Alumni Authors session on Saturday, April 24th featuring Jesse Byrd ‘10.

Yoga with Jazmin

All Gaucho Reunion 2021 Get Up Gauchos!

Weekend Yoga with Jazmin

11:30 a.m. 

Register for Yoga with Jazmin

The perfect complement to your weekend. Center, play, and reset! Each class is a unique, challenging but playful moving-mediation. Creative sequences encourage balance and ease for the body, mind, and soul - motivating honest self-inquiry, exploring your edge, and blissful relaxation. Breath, alignment, strength, flexibility, and good music are woven through each class. Open to all levels, this class will help build and refine a fun, safe, insightful yoga practice, with opportunities to explore inversions and arm balances as well as calm and relaxation. 

Get Up Gauchos! is sponsored by UCSB Recreation. All attendees must sign a waiver prior to participating. A link to the waiver and instructions on how to send it to us will be provided in the confirmation email upon registering. 

Tuesday, April 27th

zine cover image

UCSB Reads

Zine Workshop

4:00 p.m.

Register for Zine Workshop

Join UCSB Library for the spring UCSB Reads Zine Workshop, now virtual, no experience necessary! Zines (pronounced “zeens”) are self-published, DIY collections of photos and text that are printed by hand or photocopied, and independently distributed by the author or ‘zinester.’ Zines and independent publishing have a long history as tools for community and individual empowerment. Participants will learn how to make a zine and are invited to contribute pages to a group zine exploring the themes from the UCSB Reads 2021 book When They Call You a Terrorist: A Black Lives Matter Memoir, by Patrisse Cullors and asha bandele. The first 25 participants to register will receive a free copy of the UCSB Reads 2021 book.

Wednesday, April 28th

Lambda Sigma Gamma group

Lambda Sigma Gamma

All Gaucho Reunion Test your Music & Dances

6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

Lambda Sigma Gamma alumni are invited to attend this hour-long event with current students in which there are many games planned, as well as time to share your favorite stories. 

Wednesday, April 28th & Thursday, April 29th

student with laptop outside

HireUC

Virtual Alumni Career Fair

Register for Virtual Career Fair

Looking for your next career opportunity? Join us online for our next Hire UC Virtual Alumni Career Fair. Participating companies will host group information sessions on 4/28 and candidates will sign up for 1:1 video interviews with company representatives on 4/29. Over 70+ employers from a wide variety of industries offering entry-level and experienced positions are expected to participate. This event is free for University of California alumni to attend, but you must register to participate. Further details on signing up for company information sessions and interviews will be provided after you register.

Learn more about upcoming UC Alumni Career Network events and access dozens of pre-recorded career webinars.

Friday, April 30th

Gamma Phi Beta

Campfire

5:00 p.m.

Zoom registration link coming soon

Welcome to our Gamma Phi Beta campfire, where alumni will join breakout rooms by graduation year and be invited to answer questions about your time as a gphi. The breakout rooms will last roughly 10-15 minutes before we all reconvene in the main room and share stories and great memories with everyone. 

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