Photo Gallery: Events & Reunions

2009 TJ Reunion

2009 TJ Reunion

President of the Thomas Jefferson Society of Alumni, John P. Ackerly (Col ‘57, Law ‘60), toasts the Class of 1959 and welcomes them into the Society.

2009 TJ Reunion

2009 TJ Reunion

Larry Sabato (Col ‘74) was among the faculty members who presented to the Thomas Jefferson Society for their reunion.

2009 TJ Reunion

2009 TJ Reunion

Members of the Thomas Jefferson Society enjoy pristine Grounds at their annual reunion. The Thomas Jefferson Society Reunion is held every year on the Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday before Final Exercises.

2009 TJ Reunion

2009 TJ Reunion

Members of the Class of 1959 and their guests enjoy dinner in the McIntire Amphitheater to celebrate their 50-year reunion.

2009 TJ Reunion

2009 TJ Reunion

Mr. Wilfred Wilson “88 Keys” performs at the Thomas Jefferson Society Welcome Dinner at Memorial Gymnasium. “88Keys” performed in Memorial Gym for UVA parties in the 1950’s and was requested by the Class of 1959 to play at their 50-year reunion.

2009 TJ Reunion

2009 TJ Reunion

School of Nursing graduates from the Class of 1954 are celebrated in honor of their 55-year reunion at the annual Thomas Jefferson Society dinner at Alumni Hall.

2009 TJ Reunion

2009 TJ Reunion

Throughout the reunion, alumni enjoy presentations by top UVA faculty, tours of new buildings on Grounds, and social events hosted by various UVA departments.

2009 TJ Reunion

2009 TJ Reunion

Memorial Gymnasium was transformed from a gym into a dinner venue to accommodate the nearly 450 alumni and guests for the Welcome Dinner. Many alumni remember Memorial Gymnasium as not just the basketball arena, but also, a popular location for school dances and concerts.

2009 TJ Reunion

2009 TJ Reunion

Members of the Class of 1959 gather on the steps of the Rotunda before they walk the Lawn to commemorate their graduation 50 years ago.

2009 TJ Reunion

2009 TJ Reunion

Members of the Class of 1959 and their guests enjoy dinner in the McIntire Amphitheater to celebrate their 50-year reunion.

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Highlights

Singular Sensation

Singular Sensation

Alumnus brought his Broadway talents to Charlottesville to direct and choreograph A Chorus Line.

Pardon Our French

Pardon Our French

Founder’s Day, Paris 1919, the great party after the Great War, where they sang the “The Good Old Song” in what passed for French.