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CVM Virtual Alumni Reunion


Live from your Laptop

I’m sure this will come as no surprise, but we are unable to celebrate Alumni Weekend as an in-person event again this year; however, it’s not all bad news!

We are excited to announce that Alumni Weekend will be reinvented for a virtual format, so mark your calendars for June 24th at 6pm. We will miss welcoming you back to Athens, but we hope you will plan to join us to catch up with classmates and friends!

This past year has shown us how tough it has been to keep up social connections, so we’re hopeful this alumni gathering, even in a new format, will help to brighten spirits and renew CVM connections.

In the meantime, we look forward to seeing and celebrating with you, albeit through the lens of your laptop!

(Celebrating class years ending in 0’s, 1’s, 5’s, and 6’s)

Please keep an eye out for communications from the alumni office for upcoming news and events.  Not receiving emails? 

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