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V.E.P. Virtual Event Pass

One-Time Virtual Event Fee

Pay once, attend unlimited virtual events through June 30, 2023.

These events are open to all alumni, parents, and friends. There also are regional alumni associations that provide opportunities to organize additional activities.

"Rewirement" not Retirement with David Edwards ’83

2/6/2023, 7:00 PM VIRTUAL

For many successful individuals, approaching retirement represents a significant milestone in life’s journey. When to retire from full-time work and start receiving income from self-generated sources is usually self-determined. Uniquely successful individuals begin to contemplate a host of concerns, including when to take Social Security, how much income to take from their portfolio, what kind of budget should be followed, and other issues related to managing the later stages of life. At the same time, people discover that retirement creates opportunities for personal growth, to pursue the experiences that were postponed for years by career and family responsibilities, “rewirement” instead of retirement. Wealth Advisor David Edwards ’83 will share perspectives from his 30 years of experience advising families on how to make the most of their post-career lives. 

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Harrisburg, PA Alexander Hamilton Birthday Party

2/8/2023, 6:00 PM HARRISBURG, PA.

It's that time again! We're getting together to celebrate the birthday of the College's namesake, and this year we have events both online and in person, with regional gatherings across the country throughout the month of January. Plus, everyone who registers will get a giftee at the event!  

At the home of
John Capowski '68
2157 Chestnut St
Camp Hill, PA 17011-5454

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Arboretum Lecture: Modern Orchard Sustainability with Jason Townsend

2/11/2023, 10:00 AM VIRTUAL

Join Hamilton Professor Jason Townsend, a conservation biologist who lectures in biology and environmental studies, for a talk about modern orchard sustainability, with a focus on apples, including grafting techniques. Jason is a farmer with a passion for producing high-quality, sustainable, local food as a foil against corporate, resource-depleting, nutrient-poor food. He'll share what he's learned at Kingfisher Farms, the organic vegetable and fruit farm in Oneida County that he owns with his wife, Hamilton Professor of Biology Andrea Townsend.

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Making Treason Odious Again: Perspectives From the Congressional Naming Commission and the Army's War on the Lost Cause with Visiting Professor of History Ty Seidule

2/15/2023, 12:00 PM VIRTUAL

Professor Ty Seidule and Conor Williams will talk about their experiences serving as the vice chair and lead historian, respectively, of the Congressional Naming Commission, whose remit from Congress is to remove, modify, or rename all Department of Defense assets that commemorate the Confederacy. The Commission found over 1,100 of these assets and worked to change the names of nine U.S. Army posts. This talk aims to encourage the audience to consider how politics, history, memory, and cultures of commemoration intersect in our past and present and how they might help steer our society's future. Sponsored by the Levitt Center.

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Social Security and Retirement Planning: A Hit or Myth Proposition with Kurt Czarnowski ’72

2/16/2023, 7:00 PM VIRTUAL

Social Security's retirement program has been a basic part of American life for more than 87 years. But, despite the age, the size, and the economic impact of the Social Security system, the myths and misunderstandings about what the program is, as well as what it isn’t, are sizable. Kurt Czarnowski ’72, the Social Security Administration’s former Regional Communications Director for New England, will provide a wealth of information about the system.

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Manifesting your Dreams with Moon Cho '91

2/22/2023, 7:00 PM VIRTUAL

When we think about manifesting our dreams and goals, there's a myth that it requires lots of action.  While action is an important part of manifesting, there is a pre-cursor to action that is needed to become a manifester. Join spiritual and holistic living influencer Moon Cho '91 as she explains why tapping into the energy flow within you and around you is such a powerful metaphysical tool for manifesting your dreams. She'll provide guidance on what this means and how to do it. 

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