Behold: Tech Reunions 2011 in Pictures

by Amy Marcott on June 14, 2011

in Alumni Life, Campus Culture, Remember When..., Student Life, Tech Reunions

The photo galleries are up! Enjoy images from the highest-attended reunions ever. There are also shots of the 50th reunion Class of 1961 as well as highlights to read. For your added pleasure, even more photos below. It’s like you’ve hit the jackpot.

The Toast to Tech party, attended by some 8,000 membersof the MIT community, was a highlight of the weekend.

The Toast to Tech party, attended by some 8,000 members of the MIT community, was a highlight of the weekend. Photo: Dominick Reuter.

Tom Scholz '69 of the Platinum-Award-winning band Boston donned a cape as he played Symphony Hall's historic pipe organ. Going strong for 114 years, Tech Night at Pops is MIT's longest-running reunion tradition. Photo: Dominick Reuter.

Tom Scholz '69 of the Platinum-Award-winning band Boston donned a cape as he played Symphony Hall's historic pipe organ. Going strong for 114 years, Tech Night at Pops is MIT's longest-running reunion tradition. Photo: Dominick Reuter.

The MIT10 reception provided an opportunity for young alumni to meet each other and explore the MIT Museum. Photo: Darren McCollester.

The MIT10 reception provided an opportunity for young alumni to meet each other and explore the MIT Museum. Photo: Darren McCollester.

President Susan Hockfield (center) talking with alumni and guests at the 25th reunion brunch. Photo: Darren McCollester.

President Susan Hockfield (center) talking with alumni and guests at the 25th reunion brunch. Photo: Darren McCollester.

From left: Class of 1961 classmates Susana Ravecca-Figoli, Marla Moody, Susan Kannenberg, Karlene Gunter, and Marion Weiner Berger prepare to march in the Commencement Procession. They were among 80% of 1961 alumnae who attended this 50th reunion. Photo: Darren McCollester.

From left: Class of 1961 classmates Susana Ravecca-Figoli, Marla Moody, Susan Kannenberg, Karlene Gunter, and Marion Weiner Berger prepare to march in the Commencement Procession. They were among 80% of 1961 alumnae who attended this 50th reunion. Photo: Darren McCollester.

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