Reunions 2020: Survey

This survey, from Evan Bush and Roger Barth, co-chairs of our 60th Reunion in 2020, asks your opinion on several questions that will affect planning. Please take a few minutes to fill it out and then submit it; thanks!

Name (optional):

At present we are not booking rooms, but are looking for what types of rooms we will need for the Reunion. Currently, would you like a room at:

Nassau Inn
Another Hotel ( Late next year, we will provide you with a list of names of hotels where the University is providing shuttle service)
Campus Dorm
Theological Seminary

Mobility Issues
As we age more of us find it difficult to get around campus. We are exploring additional options to the golf cart, such as an electric scooter with a seat or the hop-on-hop-off trains used in zoos. If we find it feasible, would you be interested in:

Hop-on Hop-off Train
Help in exploring alternative transportation means

Polo Shirt
Are you interested in a new polo shirt with the class Janus tiger? The answers to this question will determine if we order shirts and in what colors:



Suggestions for using up the class jacket fabric:
Any other suggestions to make the Reunion more enjoyable:


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