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09 30 13 Homecoming

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UDK -- Homecoming special section
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For more information call 785.749.2224or visit TruityCU.org.
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 J A Y H A W K  S A R O U N D  T H E  W O R L D
 
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HOMECOMING 2013
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THE UNIVERSITY DAILY KANSAN
 
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 2013THE UNIVERSITY DAILY KANSANPAGE 2
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SpecialSec tions Edi tor
LETTER FROM THE EDITOR
H
ow do you top the100th anniversary o homecoming?Answer: you dosomething bigger. You gointernational.Tis year’s theme isJayhawks Around theWorld. It serves tocelebrate alumni, studentsand Jayhawk enthusiastsacross the globe, so wewanted the ocal pieceo this issue to be thosepeople themselves.On pages ve through12, you’ll nd interviewswith Jayhawks rom allwalks o lie and romcountries. Some wereabroad briey, some have just set oot on oreignsoil and others have leftheir home in Lawrenceor a career across thePacic Ocean. Each oneo them is proo that aJayhawk is successul anddriven, no matter whereit lands.We extend a warm“welcome home” toalumni joining us orthe celebration. Each o their experiences hascontributed a piece to theramework o rich history o the University, justas we are each buildingupon it right now. We value their stories: welaugh at, learn rom andgrow with them. In the“Jayhawks Ten andNow” section, we broughtthese past and presentstories together, and wediscovered that althoughdecades pass, there arestill threads that connectJayhawks through time.What this issue and thishomecoming celebrationcome down to isadventure. For a couplethousand reshman,this rst homecomingmarks the beginning o a journey that is lled withthe promise o adventure.Tis is a time or seniorsto reect on theiradventure so ar as they decide how it will unoldafer graduation. And it’sthe stories o alumni thatinspire us to never stopadventuring.No matter where youradventure takes you,whether it be to Dubai,Hong Kong or Paris, onceyou become a Jayhawk,you have a home or lie.
INSIDE THIS SPECIAL SECTION
HOMECOMING WEEK EVENTS
MONDAY, SEPT. 30
CHECK OUTKANSAN.COMTHROUGHOUT THEWEEK FOR EXCLUSIVEHOMECOMING CONTENT
TUESDAYWEDNESDAYTHURSDAY
03141509-12
Lawrence or Literacy
(through Oct. 3)Alumni Center10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Passport: Jayhawks Around Campus KU Campus
 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.(through Oct. 4)
3 vs. 3 Basketball Tournament
Ambler Student Recreational & Fitness Center5 to 11 p.m.
 
04
Chalk ‘n’ Rock
 Wescoe Beach10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
3 vs. 3 Basketball Semifnals/Finals
ASRFC5 to 9 p.m.
Jayhawk Jingles Dress Rehearsals
Alumni Center6 to 8 p.m.
Glow KU Judging
KU campus7 p.m.
Mural Contest
Wescoe Beach10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Homecoming Food Fest
Alumni Center to 9 p.m.feat. Jayhawk Jingles
Homecoming Parade
Massachusetts Street6 p.m.
Homecoming Pep Rally
 8th and New Hampshire Streets6:45 p.m.
 
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 2013THE UNIVERSITY DAILY KANSANPAGE 3
CONSTRUCTING THE PERFECT FLOAT
A step-by-step guide to building a float worthy of first place
PARADE TIME
1)
Design a foat and the main rame.Create the idea o how you make it andhow it goes with the theme o the year.
2)
Purchase the materials neededsuch as wood, chicken wire and tissuepaper. Spend around $1,000 on it.
3)
Put it on a trailer.
4)
Build rame and get the generaloutline.
5)
 
Take chicken wire and create thewire desing.
6) 
Pomp
7)
 
Final touch ups
8)
 
Parade downtown; throw out candy 
9)
Go home and destroy it
ALEX FONDAW

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