Along with the rest of society, alumni weekends are getting older, the Washington Post reports. Shenandoah University’s April reunion in Winchester featured a 103-year-old pianist from the Class of 1926. James Madison University drew four 1942 alumni to its spring gathering in Harrisonburg, Va. Loyola University’s Golden Greyhounds dinner last week in Baltimore had nearly 500 registrants, none younger than 70. Colleges across the Washington area are paying more heed to alumni who graduated at least a half-century ago— because more of them are showing up at reunions. Several schools have organized new groups for “golden” alumni,...

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