North Carolina State University alumni who have celebrated their 50th class reunion can be part of the Forever Club, which keeps them connected to the university and to one another. The group sponsors Forever-In-A-Day tours of different campus spots such as the Gregg Museum, the Arboretum, the Fieldhouse, the Memorial Bell Tower and the College of Veterinary Medicine, as well as reunions.

“The main objective is to provide an opportunity for our graduates from a good while back to stay connected to NC State and to stay engaged,” Thomas Stafford, chair of the events committee of the Golden Grads Forever Club and former vice chancellor of NC State, told the Technician.

Read more about the Forever Club here and here.