PRLC 2014 Review in Photos

Author: Stephanie Yee, C08

The last two weekends of September were PENN PENN PENN for me. The first weekend was Penn Spectrum 2013 – it was a blast! The second weekend was the Penn Reunion Leadership Conference, also known as PRLC because as we all know, Penn LOVES acronyms. Even though it is still 2013, the conference was called PRLC 2014 because the attendees were planning their reunions that will occur in 2014. There was so much excitement and energy around reunion planning. Alumni shared ideas and brainstormed about how they were going to make their reunion the best ever. I can’t believe it was only one year ago that my classmates and I began planning our 5th reunion. Here are some photos from the weekend. You can see more photos on the Alumni Class Leadership Council (ACLC) Facebook page here.

David Cohen, L'81, Chairman of the Board of Trustees. Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, Harold Prince Theatre

David Cohen, L’81, Chairman of the Board of Trustees. Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, Harold Prince Theatre

The Annenberg Lobby was packed! Alumni were sampling Penn caterers available for their reunion

The Annenberg Lobby was packed! Alumni were sampling Penn caterers available for their reunion

Penn student a cappella group singing from the balcony of the Annenberg Lobby

Penn student a cappella group singing from the balcony of the Annenberg Lobby

Love the hashtag! #PRLC2014

Love the hashtag! #PRLC2014

Craig Carnaroli, W’85, Executive Vice President of the University of Pennsylvania

Craig Carnaroli, W’85, Executive Vice President of the University of Pennsylvania

Adrienne Price, W ‘78, C’78, G’78, Vice President of Internal Affairs of the Alumni Class Leadership Council, talking about collaboration and the importance of "Come Back and Give Back"

Adrienne Price, W ‘78, C’78, G’78, Vice President of Internal Affairs of the Alumni Class Leadership Council, talking about collaboration and the importance of “Come Back and Give Back”

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