Together Again: CAPLA Celebrates 2021 Homecoming and Class of 2020 Convocation

Nov. 19, 2021
Overview
CAPLA celebrated alumni, students and loved ones at 2021 Homecoming festivities with our Día de los Muertos Celebration, Alumna of the Year, Homecoming Reception, 58 Society After-Hours Event and Class of 2020 Convocation.
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Class of 2020 Convocation

Celebrating the CAPLA Class of 2020 at their Convocation, held Sunday, November 7, 2021. Photo by David Sanders.

Together Again was the theme of the University of Arizona’s 2021 Homecoming celebration, apropos for the first in-person Homecoming in two years thanks to the pandemic.

The College of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture joined the festivities this year with several events from November 1-7. The busy week included our Día de los Muertos Celebration in the Underwood Sonoran Garden, honoring Heather Henricks Lenkin ’79 B.Arch as our 2020-2021 Alumna of the Year on Thursday, and welcoming alumni from every decade at our Friday evening Homecoming Reception and 58 Society After-Hours Event. The celebrations culminated in Sunday morning’s wonderful Class of 2020 Convocationfinally!—at UArizona’s Health Sciences Innovation Building. A great time was had by all throughout the week.

Relive CAPLA Homecoming week in our photo galleries below, and plan now to join us on campus for Homecoming in 2022!


Día de los Muertos Celebration


Alumna of the Year Reception Honoring Heather Henricks Lenkin


CAPLA Homecoming Reception and 58 Society After-Hours Event


CAPLA Class of 2020 Convocation

  

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