Meet and network with area alumni from Harvard, Tuck, Columbia, Cornell, Duke, U-Mich, Sloan, Kellogg, Stern, Stanford, Thunderbird, Haas, Anderson, Booth, Darden, and Yale.
This is a social event and we welcome Wharton spouses, partners and significant others to also join us.
There will be a reception (with wine, beer, soft drinks and light hors d'oeuvres provided) and a talk by Kerry Tymchuk, the Executive Director of the Historical Society, about OHS and the John F. Kennedy Exhibition, and a private tour of the exhibition.
Tickets - $15 (Early Bird), $25 (After Oct 27th)
On November 22, 1963, the 35th President of the United States, John Fitzgerald Kennedy, was assassinated while riding in a motorcade through the streets of Dallas, Texas. Kennedy’s short presidency was marked by great hope and promise but also tension and conflict. How he arrived in his position, the youngest elected president in history and the only Catholic to hold the office, is a story of both determination and privilege. The second born son of a political dynasty, Kennedy’s rise to power may be seen as inevitable but his ascension was hard fought as he battled against severe health problems and overcame his ailments to become a war hero then a U.S. Congressman and Senator and ultimately the leader of the free world.