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If you're a Colby alum in Tokyo, you probably know that a nijikai is an "after party" that follows an event. NESCAC alumni scheduled one in February as part of the ongoing alumni social whirl in the city.
Colby alumni have been getting together for several years, thanks to Ari Druker '93, who works at the Tokyo branch of Deutsche Bank AG. Druker, Kurt Neihbur '94, Nozomi Kishimoto '96 and others formed the nucleus of the Tokyo Colby club, which organizes dinners in central Tokyo every few months.
Most recently, it's been NESCAC events, including the first NESCAC dinner, held in December. On tap for April: a NESCAC bowling tournament at the Tokyo American Club.
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