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Class of 2003

Alumni Reunion Weekend

The Class of 2003 returned to DePauw June 8-10, 2018 and celebrated their 15th reunion and the place they once called home. Highlights of the weekend included an all-alumni dinner and awards celebration on the East College lawn Friday evening, a special convocation in historic Meharry Hall on Saturday morning, class dinner Saturday evening and much more!

15th Reunion Class Giving

Reunion giving is an essential component of DePauw’s operational support, providing a remarkable 25% (or more) of the annual total given to The Fund for DePauw. Reunions engage alumni and encourage giving as a means of investment in the future of DePauw.

The figures shown below are based on giving from July 1, 2017 to June 30, 2018.

Visit 2018 Reunions by the Numbers for an overview of how all classes celebrating reunions in 2018 are doing on their fundraising. Also, visit Reunion Giving Records to see the top 10 classes for giving and participation in giving to The Fund for DePauw.

Class Volunteers

Natasha Basey Pedroza
Giving Chair
Hillie Gaither
Sarah Mordan-McCombs
Leslie Williams Smith
Alpha Kappa Alpha
DeAnn L. Flora
Kappa Alpha Theta
Melissa Reyes Capellan
Pi Beta Phi and Posse

Leslie Williams Smith '03 wants alumni to Go, Give, Help and Connect with DePauw

Leslie Williams Smith '03 is a member of the Alumni Association Board of Directors and was elected to serve as the next board vice president. Attending a friend’s reunion and visiting campus frequently for work sparked her interest to be more involved with her alma mater.

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Charlie Carlin '03 Writes of His Truck, Converted to Run on Used Vegetable Oil

Charlie Carlin '03 wrote about how he converted a diesel pickup truck he's named "Elford" into a vehicle that runs on used vegetable oil discarded by restaurants, the adventure, and the lessons learned in the process.

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Juan Pedroza '03 Awarded Ford Foundation Predoctoral Fellowship

Juan M. Pedroza Jr. '03 received a 2014 Ford Foundation Predoctoral Fellowship. Pedroza will use the award to study social inequality and immigration at Stanford University.

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