Outdoor Action Reunions 2015 Activities
The celebration begins this spring at Reunions. Come join us a reconnect with OA friends from all forty years of the program. We really are Princeton's largest 'leadership network.' Check the schedule below.
Friday, May 29
Tree Tour of the Princeton campus
Tree tour of the Princeton campus. The Princeton University campus has over 150 different tree species from around the world as well as trees dating back to the 1700s. Come learn about the history and diversity of trees on campus at this Reunions favorite led by Glenn “Merc” Morris ’72. Sponsored by the Outdoor Action Program. To 3:30 p.m. Meet on the steps of Whig Hall.
The Annapurna Sanctuary: Heart of the Himalayas
In 2012 an intrepid group of Princetonians hiked into the Annapurna Sanctuary in the heart of Himalayas, one of the world’s great mountain treks. With Professor of Geology Blair Schoene and Dr. Robert “Brownie” Schoene ’68 the group explored the culture and landscape of this amazing country climbing to over 13,000 feet surrounded by peaks over 27,000. Along the way the group learned about the geology of the Himalayas and high altitude medicine. Come share in our incredible journey through spectacular photos and video and learn about Outdoor Action and Princeton Journeys’ next mountain adventure to Patagonia in December 2014. Sponsored by the Outdoor Action Program. To 5:00 p.m. Robertson Hall Bowl 1.
Saturday, May 30
Sunday, May 31
Outdoor Action Leaders & Friends of OA Breakfast Reception
9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Outdoor Action Leaders and alumni Friends of OA from all 38 years of the program are invited to join us for a breakfast reunion event. Come hear about the latest changes in the Outdoor Action Program including our transition to the Office of the Vice President for Campus Life. Continental breakfast will be served. Sponsored by the Outdoor Action Program. Location: Chancellor Green Rotunda.