Our class maintains a Memorial Page, containing testimonies in memory of the lives of our classmates that have passed away. It is maintained alphabetically and also in reverse chronology.


Paul and Pat Rudovsky have created a $100,000 total matching challenge….for any gifts to the Doc Egerton fund over $250 up to a limit of $10,000 per donor.


50th Reunion
Save the Dates!
June 2-5, 2016


Reunion Information

Planning for our 50th Reunion began on February 25, 2015. We now have a large Reunion Committee putting the final pieces together for a memorable 50th.


Reunion Book Information (Action Required)

We are creating an MIT Class of 1966 Reunion book that will include contact information, family information, personal highlights and recollections, photos, and more. The books will be offered to all classmates attending reunion events and all classmates who pay class dues. On October 26, all classmates received by email a link to log into the data collection service for this book. You can also log in to mit.menoreunionbooks.com and use your email address and the password sent to you in that message. If you do not have the password, you may use the "Forgot my password" link. Since we are working on a deadline, all biographies and attendant materials will be collected online and MUST be submitted no later than February 15, 2016 to be included in the book. Please help us provide the most complete Reunion Book possible.  

Self-Guided Walking Tour of the MIT Campus

There is plenty to see that is new on campus and much of that is public art. Included in your registration package (starting in mid-March) will be two brochures for self-guided walking tours: (1) A campus map showing the expansion of MIT since 1916, and (2) an art-focused campus map. You may find these helpful while you are visiting MIT. The art-focused map will highlight much of MIT's outstanding public art, which is displayed throughout the campus. The MIT List Visual Arts Center has a website that contains images of the art, as well as an interactive map, in some cases with audio clips. In the schedule below, click on any [ART] link to go to one of the Arts Center's images of public art at that venue.


Preliminary Schedule for our 50th Reunion in June 2016

Our headquarters hotel will be the recently remodeled Boston Marriott Cambridge in Kendall Square. Most reunion events will be within walking distance of this location. Note that this schedule does not include resort activities, registration hours, events for donors, and special programs. Events shown below in bold red will be unique to our 50th Reunion. 



Optional pre-reunion resort events on Cape Cod.


3:00 – 3:30 PM 50th Reunion Alumnae Event hosted by AMITA - Margaret Cheney Room 3-310 (Building 3)

5:00 – 7:00 PM Pre-Pops Buffet Dinner (reserved class tables) - Sala de Puerto Rico, Stratton Student Center (Building W20)

8:00 – 10:00 PM Tech Night at the Pops
Our booking requests will take precedence with front/center seating in all three levels of Symphony Hall.


8:00 – 9:00 AM Commencement Breakfast - Walker Memorial (Building 50)

10:00 - ~11:45 AM Commencement Exercises - Killian Court [ART]  
We will march
 behind our class banner to specially reserved seating.

Noon – 1:15 PM Commencement Luncheon - Sala de Puerto Rico, Stratton Student Center (Building W20)

3:00 – 5:00 PM Living Group Open Houses

5:00 – 7:30 PM Classmate Speakers Program - 1st floor of the MIT Stata Center (Building 32) [ART] [ART]

7:30 – 10:00 PM Creative Casual Dinner - 3rd floor of the MIT Brain & Cognitive Sciences Complex (Building 46) [ART] [ART]


8:00 – 8:30 AM MITAA Alumni Memorial Service - Chapel (Building W15)

9:00 AM – Noon Technology Day Program

12:20 – 2:00 PM Technology Day Luncheon

5:30 – 7:00 PM President's Reception - Gray House (Building E1)

7:30 – 10:00 PM Gala Dinner - Boston Marriott Cambridge 
Music provided by Tim Ray's four-piece musical group plus a vocalist.  

10:00 PM – Midnight Toast to Tech - Killian Court
Busing will be provided from the Marriott to Killian Court (and back).



8:00 – 10:00 AM Reunion Row - Best viewing will be from the river-facing back deck of the Pierce Boathouse (Building W8).

10:30 AM – 12:30 PM Sunday Brunch - Winter Garden, 6th floor New Media Lab (Building E14) [ART]


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