Five Star Festival & Institute for Honor to be held virtually March 4 - 5, 2021
We will stage the 2021 Five-Star Festival March 4 - 5 with a slate of interesting and fun virtual events that you can attend from home, including the Institute for Honor keynote address. While we are disappointed in this turn of events and will miss seeing you all on campus, we have good experience with doing events this way and we think you will enjoy it!
Online registration is now closed. If you haven't registered yet and would like to join us, please contact Kelly Martone at email@example.com
Tentative Virtual Schedule:
THURSDAY, MARCH 4
All three sessions will take place in the same Zoom meeting. We will send you a link to join after you register.
|4 - 4:45pm||President Will Dudley and Q&A|
|4:45 - 5pm||Philanthropy and Distinguished Alumni Awards honoring Bob Feagin '60, Holt Merchant '61, Blaine Brownell '65, and Dave Redmond '66, 69L|
|5 - 6pm||Class Receptions|
FRIDAY, MARCH 5
The five morning sessions will take place in the same Zoom meeting. We will send you a link to join after you register. The afternoon's Institute for Honor Keynote will be a separate Zoom webinar. We will send you a link for that after you register as well.
|9:30 - 10am||Student Life Panel: Megan Duncanson '21, Whit Goode '21, Alankrit Shatadal '21, Chris Watt '21|
|10 - 10:25am||Tom Kalasky, Director of Facilities: Future Williams School, Admissions Center, W&L History Museum|
|10:25 - 10:30am||Video tour of the new Duchossois Athletic Center and renovated Doremus Gym|
|10:30 - 10:45am||Rob Fure, Director of Lifelong Learning: Alumni College and International Travel|
|10:45 - 11am||Celebration of Life for Deceased Five Stars|
|2:15 - 3:45pm||Institute for Honor Keynote: Dr. David W. Blight, Sterling Professor of History, Yale University Pulitzer Prize winning author: “Frederick Douglass, Prophet of Freedom”|