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Nearly 1,200 Pitt alumni and friends descended on Annapolis, Md., for the Pitt vs. Navy game. The Chesapeake and Potomac Pitt Club broke all records for a club-sponsored event.

Nearly 1,200 Pitt alumni and friends descended on Annapolis, Md., for the Pitt vs. Navy game. The Chesapeake and Potomac Pitt Club broke all records for a club-sponsored event.

Homecoming ’08 was even more spectacular than usual. The inaugural Welcome Back Alumni event, held in the Cathedral of Learning Commons Room Friday evening, was a smashing success. Few alumni have seen the Commons Room looking quite so dramatic. More than 1,000 alumni and friends enjoyed the reception.

Homecoming ’08 was even more spectacular than usual. The inaugural Welcome Back Alumni event, held in the Cathedral of Learning Commons Room Friday evening, was a smashing success. Few alumni have seen the Commons Room looking quite so dramatic. More than 1,000 alumni and friends enjoyed the reception.

Twins Matthew (left) and Michael Berger, who are New York Pitt Club scholars, chat with alumni association board member Fran Gargotta (CGS ’79).

Twins Matthew (left) and Michael Berger, who are New York Pitt Club scholars, chat with alumni association board member Fran Gargotta (CGS ’79).

Accounting and finance major Raymond Ibe shares a laugh with Gladys Go (UPJ ’92).

Accounting and finance major Raymond Ibe shares a laugh with Gladys Go (UPJ ’92).

Alumni swarm to Alumni Central.

Alumni swarm to Alumni Central.

Jaimi Brown (A&S ’99) has made the trip from D.C. six times to attend Pathway to Professions events.

Jaimi Brown (A&S ’99) has made the trip from D.C. six times to attend Pathway to Professions events.

Some happy Pathway to Professions participants: Student Lee Every, the association’s Interim Associate Executive Director Jeff Gleim, and students (back row) Lindsey Sorber, Amanda McCabe, Kaitlin Clark, Monica Macellari, and Michael Meade. Sitting in front are Heather Harmon (CBA ’05) and student Angela Reno.

Some happy Pathway to Professions participants: Student Lee Every, the association’s Interim Associate Executive Director Jeff Gleim, and students (back row) Lindsey Sorber, Amanda McCabe, Kaitlin Clark, Monica Macellari, and Michael Meade. Sitting in front are Heather Harmon (CBA ’05) and student Angela Reno.

Stacy Hoffman (A&S ’91), left, is here with her mother, Joan Shearer Hoffman (A&S ’54).

Stacy Hoffman (A&S ’91), left, is here with her mother, Joan Shearer Hoffman (A&S ’54).

Association President Jim McCarl (CGS ‘73) (left) is seen here with banner-award-winning Chesapeake and Potomac Pitt Club’s Michelle Tallarico (A&S ’01) and the association’s Jeff Gleim.

Association President Jim McCarl (CGS ‘73) (left) is seen here with banner-award-winning Chesapeake and Potomac Pitt Club’s Michelle Tallarico (A&S ’01) and the association’s Jeff Gleim.

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