A time-honored tradition continues
1. a person who graduated from Northeastern University 50 or more years ago. ALL Huskies who graduated 50 or more years ago are among this distinguished group of alumni.
Regardless of where you are, what you studied, or which path you took on your journey after Northeastern—once a Husky, always a Husky!
Northeastern University continues its tradition of celebrating our most experienced alumni—our Golden Graduates. All Golden Graduates are invited to participate in our tradition of joining new graduates at the Northeastern University Commencement Ceremony. Enjoy other opportunities to reconnect throughout the weekend before the 50th reunion class caps festivities with its Golden Reunion Celebration.
We hope you will join us each year to share your Northeastern stories, memories, and experience with the new batch of graduating Huskies!
Though we cannot come together in person this year, join us from May 5-8 as the Classes of 1970 and 1971 celebrate their 50th Reunions. All Golden Graduates (those who graduated prior to 1970) are invited to attend!
Make sure your contact information is up to date to ensure you receive all the information about Golden Graduates Weekend.
Help make your 50th Reunion memorable! Share your ideas about the commemoration of your 50th and reach out to fellow classmates to keep them informed of all of the weekend’s events. Contact Ashley Meissner, DSMB’10, to learn more.
The Cauldron Yearbook is the annual publication that has proudly represented and commemorated Northeastern University since 1917. Rekindle your memories of Northeastern by searching through archived versions of the Cauldron yearbook from your time at the University.
Stay connected to what your classmates have been up to by checking out the class notes. Keep classmates updated by submitting a class note.