Alumni Weekend 2017

Smiles all around

Students pose with "Forever blue and white" t-shirts
"So proud to call Lynn University my two-time alma mater."

Ryan Feigenblatt '09, '10

This year, Alumni Weekend welcomed an enthusiastic crowd from all over the country—with attendance nearly 30 percent higher than last year. And there were events for everyone—the jock, the fashionista, the partier, the former Knights of the Roundtable, children and more.

"So proud to call Lynn University my two-time alma mater," said Ryan Feigenblatt '09, '10. "This past Alumni Weekend reinvigorated my already-strong Lynn spirit."

Highlights included a cocktail reception at the Silverball Museum in Delray Beach, a stylish gathering at Mizner Park’s Lord & Taylor for the Fashion Student Reunion, the first-ever Pancakes with the President and sports galore—the men’s alumni soccer team had so much fun playing the current Fighting Knights that they played a second game: alumni vs. alumni.

It was perfect weather for Family Picnic fun on Saturday, with live music, airbrush tattoos, a blow-up amusement park and lots of giveaways. And to prove it? Pictures are worth a thousand words.

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