We are extending the Early-bird registration period for Fifteen Candles to make sure classmates have ample opportunity to take advantage of early-bird pricing. Early-bird registration will now close on Tuesday, February 25, at 3:00 am EST.
PLEASE NOTE we would greatly appreciate if you could register for your 15th Reunion by the end of this weekend (Sunday evening, February 16th), as we have costume quantity and sizing estimates due on Monday. The more classmates we have registered, the more accurate our planning.
To register today, please visit our Eventbrite page for Fifteen Candles.
The password was sent in three class emails. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you did not get any of those emails.
If you have problems using your credit card, you also have the option of setting up a PayPal account to use a personal bank account as a funding source. As a last resort, you can also choose “other payment options” and pay by check (though credit card / PayPal payment is preferred).
If you would like to enter the housing lottery, please be sure to select the housing option before checking out.
Again, if you have any questions, please email email@example.com.
Registration for our Fifteenth Reunion is now open. This year we are using the online event service Eventbrite to process all registration orders. The registration page at princeton99.eventbrite.com is password-protected. You should have received the necessary password in a class email, sent early on February 4. If you cannot find that email, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will supply you with the password.
The discounted Early Bird registration is available until 3 am EST on February 25 (updated February 14).
More information is on the main Reunions page, including information on housing, refunds, schedule, kids, travel, and an FAQ.
The August 2013 update letter from class president, Josh Pollack, is now making its way to your mailboxes (at least for those of you who have kept their current address updated in the Tigernet Alumni Directory).
According to the Countdown to Reunions page, we have just 263 days, 17 hours, 5 minutes,
28… 27… 26 seconds until our fifteenth Reunion. So that means a long list of updates on our Reunions pages:
Of special interest is the discounted hotel room block information and the list of recommended hotels. Please note that the University will not be providing us with campus housing allocations until spring 2014, and those rooms will be assigned using a lottery-based system.
Our fifteenth reunion theme is Fifteen Candles. Thank you to Dave Frost for submitting the winning theme idea. A big shout out to Josh Salcman for creating our sweet John Hughes-inspired logo.
The class of 1999 set a ten-year participation record for a 14th reunion Annual Giving campaign. Participation was 58.5%, up from last year’s 54%, and we donated a total of $183,179.
Don’t forget to pay your Class Dues. Annual Class Dues are still just $25, and they are distinct from Annual Giving and fund our class operating costs. Just click the Pay P’99 Class Dues Online link in the right sidebar of our class website. This link takes you off to PayPal to complete the transaction.
We will try to keep the class website updated with the latest information, but some updates may be posted first to our p1999 Facebook and Twitter accounts, so be sure to follow, like, pin, tweet, etc.
Hoagie Haven at P-rade was such a success last year that Gary Pai has volunteered to hook us up again! We’re ordering Hoagie Haven sandwiches and bringing them to the ’99 P-rade meeting spot at 2 PM. As a special treat, please feel free to order any item — half or whole — from the cold hoagie, sandwich, or hot items menus from their online menu (PDF). Please place your order for you and your group using the Google Docs link from the most recent class email by Thursday, May 30th.
If we don’t hear from you by May 30, we’ll still have some extra cold hoagies available, but they will be on a first-come, first-served basis. So be sure to stop by our meeting area by the time the Old Guard walks by on Saturday, June 1st, to get your Hoagie Haven goodness, and look for Gary, Josh P. and Ken Lee!
Also, please note beverages will be BYO.
Dates: May 30 – June 2, 2013
Theme: “15-Love: ’98 Aces the 15th”
Location: Dodge-Osborn courtyard
Details: We will be a satellite class of the 15th Reunion.
Reunions is FREE for ’99ers, plus 1 guest, plus any kids are free. Any additional guests are $50 a person. You can register at the registration area for the 15th (at the door).
We will be in touch later about P99’s class get-together for Reunions this year.
The votes have been tallied, the University Office of Communications has approved, and our official 15th Reunion theme will be Fifteen Candles! Get ready to go back to the ’80s.
If you are interested in serving on one of our reunions committees or in taking a stab at our 15th Reunion logo, please send an email to email@example.com and let us know.
You can find the Reunions Committee on our Class Officers page.
This is a reminder that registration for Reunions 2011 will be outside the Foulke-Henry courtyard during the following hours:
Thursday: 12:00 noon – 11:00 PM;
Friday: 9:00 AM – 12:00 midnight;
Saturday: 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM; 5:00 PM – 11:00 PM.
Each satellite classmate, one adult spouse/partner, and any children can register for FREE. This registration will give access to Reunions areas (including beverages and entertainment), but no access to meals or ’01-specific activities. Additional adult guests can attend at a rate of $50 per person. There is no sign-up or registration required in advance; just show up at the Registration tent with a Photo ID; satellite classmates must be present when guests register.
Princeton Alumni Twitter account:
Reunions 2011 Twitter hashtag:
Alumni Association on Facebook:
Princeton Alumni on Foursquare:
Dickerson Room, Fields Center
What: Class of 1999 Post P-Rade Reception
When: Saturday, May 28th, 2011, after P-Rade
Where: Fields Center, 58 Prospect Avenue (formerly DEC), Dickerson Room
Why: Because it’s fun to catch up with your ’99 classmates on campus (ok, and there is free food and drink)
In the “better late than never” announcement category, check out Reunions mobile at m.princeton.edu/reunions if you haven’t already. Bookmark it or add it to your home screen. (The latter gives you a spiffy icon on your home screen on iPhones.)
It should look great on iPhones, iPads, BlackBerry 4.6 and newer, Blackberry 4.5 (with some degradation), Android, Opera Mobile, Safari, Firefox, IE7 or newer, and a few others. Mobile IE on Windows Mobile isn’t too bad, but you have to keep hitting the zoom button; Windows Mobile users should do themselves a favor and download Opera Mobile 10.
Available info includes:
- Headquarters locations and logos,
- full events schedules,
- campus maps,
- the @ptonreunions Twitter feed,
- shuttle schedules,
- what bands are playing where,
- the words to “Old Nassau” and more,
- the full Concert and Fireworks schedule,
- a link to the Fireworks soundtrack live feed,
- the History of Reunions,
- and emergency contacts.