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It's that time again! Weekend passes for Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion are now available for faculty, staff, and alumni. Please check your inbox for an email with details on how to purchase your passes. Once again, we are having our alumni event in the 620 Foundation Ballroom on Saturday, September 16 from 2:00-7:00 pm. You MUST RSVP by September 5th for this event. Passes go on sale June 1, and will be available on a first come-first serve basis. For more information, contact our office at 800.621.5464.
Have you visited our online Tornado Alley Shoppe for the latest King gear? We have everything from t-shirts to bandanas for your dog that will show off your King pride. We now have two reasons to shop this month. For the entire month of August, alumni will receive a 10% discount on their entire order. Please enter the code: Alumni10 during checkout to get your discount. This offer expires August 31st. Where can you and your King gear go? During the month of September, snap a pic of you wearing your King gear and post on social media using the hashtags #kinguniversity and #kingpride. The Alumni Office will randomly pick a winner each week to receive a prize for posting their pic. Use your creativity to represent KU! Click here to start shopping today.
As part of its 150th anniversary celebrations, King University has refreshed the look of its official seal. Since the school's 1867 founding, the seal has comprised six graphical elements, each one representing a prominent aspect of King's educational mission and history. The University has identified at least nine different renderings of the seal from the past century, and the newest incorporates these traditional elements into a more contemporary style. Click here to read more about our new seal.
It's here!!! The latest edition of King University's alumni magazine is arriving in mailboxes. View The King's Herald online by clicking here.