Class of 1995
Due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns, Reunion 2020 will be celebrated virtually. Throughout the fall, several programs that typically highlight Reunion Weekend on campus will be offered online. These programs/virtual events will be open to all alumni and will highlight alumni in reunion classes. More details will be shared as they become available; check back for additional information from the college.
We are pleased that an online format makes attendance possible for those who would have been unable to attend in person, and we are able to extend these festivities to a broader audience. We look forward to celebrating!
Mark your calendars for our 25th Reunion, June 5-7, 2020, and make your travel plans now!
Reunion Weekend officially begins around 1 p.m. on Friday afternoon and continues through noon on Sunday. Visit our Class of 1995 Reunion Weekend Schedule to get an idea of what you won’t want to miss. Bookmark and visit this page often for updates about this milestone event.
Registration for Reunion Weekend 2020 will open in April.
View the schedule from Reunion Weekend 2019 to get an idea of what you won’t want to miss.
Blocks of rooms have been reserved at many area hotels and reservations are now being accepted for Reunion Weekend 2020.
Follow our Class on Social Media
Send Us Your Photos
Be sure to look through your files and send us both old and current photos. Photos may be used for a class slideshow or for Reunion promotion on social media. Submit your photos by uploading them to this class Google folder. A Google account is not required. Make sure to label them with the name you used while at Davidson. Photos will be moved to a secure location on the Davidson server and shared with the Reunion committee.
See Who’s Coming
Check back once registration opens in April 2020 to see a list of classmates registered to attend the weekend.
We look forward to seeing you in June!
The Class of 1995 has set a Reunion Class Gift goal of $250,000 and 55 percent participation.
We are also establishing a “Class of 1995 Health and Well-Being” fund, which will benefit student health and counseling services. All over the nation, college students are dealing with record numbers of serious mental health issues. Like most colleges and universities, Davidson is striving to keep up with the mental health needs of its students. We would like to mark some of our funds to go directly to the Center for Student Health and Well-Being. Learn more about the Center for Student Health and Well-Being here.
Of course, if you have other areas you are already giving towards at Davidson, we encourage you to continue to give to those causes. All gifts and multi-year commitments made during the reunion year, which ends on June 30, 2020, count toward our class goals.
Have questions about reunion giving? Please visit the Reunion Giving page for more information.
Ready to make a gift today? Please visit our online gift form. To designate your gift to the “Class of 1995 Health and Well-Being Fund,” please select “Other” and type in the fund name.
Jon Olin ’95
- Mills Ariail
- Ike Bailey
- Ben Balsley
- Bruce Bannister
- Daryl Barnes
- Claire Bindeman
- Jason Burt
- Yvette Pita Frampton
- Amanda Lesesne Freer
- Alison Woodward Gonzales
- Allison Milligan Gruehn
- Catherine Higdon
- Max Hyde
- Karen Peck Kiser
- Jon Olin
- Kevin O’Nell
- John Ramey
- Amy Bryan Reeves
- John Reid
- Casey Rogers
- Josh Rogers
- Erik Sjostrom
- Robin Sjostrom
- Nicolle Wilcox Tullo
Quips & Cranks
Relive our college memories and put names with faces by reviewing the Quips and Cranks from our time at Davidson through the Davidson College online library archives.