Over 120 alumni, students, and faculty members of the European Humanities University (EHU) gathered at the EHU alumni homecoming in Vilnius. It was one of the largest events of its kind in EHU history.
The graduates of the class of 2015 were among the participants.
EHU President Prof. Anatoli Mikhailov addressed the crowd, saying, "I sincerely hope that this new generation will be able to transform the EHU Alumni Association into a stronger organization. Life always confronts us with new challenges. I think that by staying strong together, we'll be able to overcome them."
The homecoming featured musical entertainment, a buffet dinner, and an orientation game in which everyone could participate.
Charles de Vim's historic mill in Belmontas Park provided the site for the homecoming.
EHU currently educates 1200 students, and 95% of them are Belarusians. Since EHU's founding, more than 2400 students have graduated from the university.