In celebration of its 50th Anniversary, Ezra Stiles College held the first ever residential college reunion in October 2012. The three day event ran from October 5th to October 7th and drew over 250 attendees. The reunion allowed both alums and students to celebrate the recent renovation of the college, including the newly constructed Crescent underground space that boasts one of the largest theater spaces on campus, music practice rooms, a recording studio, a gymnasium, a weaving room, and a computer lab. Students and alumni participated in many events throughout the course of the weekend, including but not limited to a panel discussion about life in Stiles featuring current Stilesians, a talk on the future of Yale University hosted by President Richard Levin, and a dinner in Commons. For more information, you can read articles about the reunion in both the YDN and the Yale Alumni Magazine. Photos and video from the weekend are also provided below.
On the top, Current Stilesians discussed life in Ezra Stiles College. Below, Yale Corporation Fellow and Stilesian Byron Auguste ’89 led a conversation with President Richard Levin about about Yale today and the vision for the future of Yale.