The College of St. Scholastica
1200 Kenwood Avenue
Duluth, MN 55811
Tower Hall 1410
March 23, 2020
Dear Saints Community,
It is with regret that I announce the postponement of our All-Saints Reunion Weekend, originally scheduled for June 26-28, 2020.
The situation surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak is dynamic, and while we cannot know with certainty what will happen in the months to come, I feel the College must make a timely, transparent decision out of respect for our community. Ultimately, the safety and well-being of our Saints, on and off campus, is of the utmost importance.
Please be assured that our celebration has not been canceled. Rather, we are working diligently to transition many of the weekend's events to later dates. I will be back in touch with you about this.
Thank you for your patience and support as we navigate the postponement of our beloved Reunion Weekend celebration. I welcome your feedback as we explore new ways to stay connected with one another and the College.
Stay well and Vivat St. Scholastica!
Lisa Roseth, '04
Executive Director of Alumni Engagement
It was a beautiful, sunshine-filled weekend in Duluth as we welcomed back alumni and friends to honor their heritage. Special gratitude for those members of the Class of 1969 who were able to join us for the festivities. We honor you and extend a warm, Benedictine induction in to our Saints Heritage Club!
We thank each and every Saint who celebrated with us during Joyous Memories: Old and New! Friday night's Soirée featured wine, hors d'oeuvres, entertainment from Maxi Childs Trio, and more than 140 unique items in our Silent Auction. Together we raised over $13,000 to benefit our Alumni Association Scholarship Fund. Fun and philanthropic! Saturday's festivities included several joyful opportunities to reconnect with classmates and Sisters, including a service project, Tower Hall painting event, historical walking tour and more. Brand new this year, we combined events during Saturday's all-alumni luncheon to honor members of the Saints Heritage Club, induct new members to the Sister Agnes Somers Society, and present awards to four incredible alumni who are making an impact in their classrooms and communities, here and abroad. This revised schedule allowed our attendees the flexibility to find joy in choosing their own path Saturday evening. The weekend's events concluded with Mass and brunch with the Sisters on Sunday morning. Joyous memories abound!
Thanks to everyone who participated in our 2017 Reunion Weekend Sharing Saints' Stories! The weekend's festivities represented a time to gather, reminisce, and celebrate what makes The College of St. Scholastica a truly transformative and special place. You and your stories are always welcome on our campus. Saints for Life!