Curry alumni, families and friends reunited online this past weekend for the College’s premier Homecoming and Family Weekend fall event. President Quigley welcomed guests on Saturday morning to kick off the weekend series of virtual events, which included:
Alumni also gathered for reunion receptions, a game of music bingo, and a 5K race where CJ Flaucher, Nicholas Bell, and Kelsie Rainone led as the top winners.
"We are excited to have successfully executed an all virtual Homecoming and Family Weekend. More importantly, that our beloved alumni and families near and far participated, especially as we kicked off PAL's 50th-anniversary celebration and established the Friends of WMLN,” says Sally Murray, vice president of Institutional Advancement. “We thank everyone who joined us for these milestone occasions, and we look forward to hosting you in the future, pending public health recommendations! Until then, please stay in touch via our social media channels and newsletters. We hope the Curry community will consider supporting the College this year as we have invested heavily to protect and maintain our community's safety and well-being. As always, Curry strives to meet our students' financial needs, even more so this year, as the pandemic has impacted families' finances. Thank you in advance for being generous to help support your beloved alma mater."