We are excited to have you join us for BVR (Virtual) Reunion 2021 on Friday, May 7!
We (of course) will miss being together in person, but we have an amazing day of events and activities planned that will allow you to connect, share, and celebrate with your classmates. More info on the plan below (click an orange arrow to expand), and if you have any questions, you can contact Katie Shore at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-738-2749.
Schedule of Events: May 7, 2021
9 to 10 a.m.
Grab a coffee (or tea!) and informally connect and share with your classmates over Zoom.
11 a.m. to 12 p.m.
We’re bringing back one of our most popular Reunion events! Get ready to hear from Kader Adjout, Director of Teaching, Learning, and Innovation, and current Beaver students about their student-directed projects (SDPs). What are SDPs? They’re our version of independent studies where students design, plan, and lead their own research projects.
12:15 to 1:15 p.m
Join us for a discussion about There There by Tommy Orange. The conversation will be led over lunch by Shamikhah Baker, Director of Enrollment Management; Lisa Brown, English Department Head, Upper School English; and Yolanda Wilcox González, Global History & Social Studies Department Head, Upper School History.
6 to 7 p.m.
Grab your favorite drink and toast Beaver! Hear from Beaver’s Head of School, Kim Samson, and celebrate our BVR100 Lifetime Achievement Award recipients in honor of Beaver’s Centennial. In addition, you’ll also hear from recent graduates Alex Shigeuta ‘20 and Brett Siegel ’20 on the Alumni Voices project.
7:15 to 8:15 p.m.
Catch up, share memories, and reconnect!
Miss Campus? Explore a Digital Twin of Beaver
Take an interactive campus tour! To get the most out of our Digital Twin:
- Click View Full Map in the upper left of the image above.
- In the new tab that opens, click a blue door to either enter the main building or the Athletics center.
- Once you’ve entered, click the three dots in the upper left and click Find.
- There are different ways to explore, but we recommend starting with Around Me so you can see what’s near the space you’re in!