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

The Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Seattle Alumni Clubs invite all alumni, parents of alumni, and former faculty and staff on the West Coast to join them for a virtual Meeting for Worship followed by an informal social reception. Members of the clubs were inspired to partner together to make the most of our current virtual landscape and connect more broadly with alumni who live beyond their immediate geographic regions!

We'll spend the first portion of the event gathering in a Meeting for Worship on Zoom and then will spend the second half of the event informally socializing with each other in multiple small groups using breakout rooms.


Alumni speakers in the Let Your Life Speak Morning are invited to join student and alumni event volunteers for an informal social reception on Zoom. We will be using multiple breakout rooms to socialize in small group conversations. Speakers will receive event details from the Office of Alumni Engagement.

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Alumni speakers will virtually visit students for a morning of conversation around the theme of "Leveraging Change." This is the 8th year of this event, which is framed to allow students to hear directly from alumni who are letting their lives speak in various fields. Read more about last year's event here. Special thanks to the Let Your Life Speak Committee for making this program possible: Meredith Karam '03 (co-clerk), David Kleeman (co-clerk) '75, Amanda Derryck Castel '81, Alex Citrin '03, Rylie Rueda '16, Lumay Wang '07, and Ben Weinberg '03.

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