Posted on Dec 21, 2017 in Campus News and News
It’s time for our sometimes-annual roundup of holiday cards from departments across the University of Kansas campus.
KU School of Music
The KU School of Music’s video greeting includes original music and animation by Leslee Wood, a graduate student working on a doctorate in musicology. The music is performed by the Bellissimo bell choir, directed by KU alumnus Jackson Thomas.
KU School of Law
Dean Stephen Mazza and the entire KU School of Law family are wishing Jayhawks an easy, breezy holiday season filled with peace & good cheer. Their greeting gives a playful nod to Dean Mazza’s area of expertise, tax policy and procedure.
KU College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
As the fall semester drew to a close, the College took the time to thank those who makes the KU experience special for everyone involved with a snowy picture of the bronze “Academic Jay” outside their office in Strong Hall.
Thank you, Jayhawks, for another fantastic semester. It’s you, our creative, compassionate and curious faculty, students, staff and alumni, that make the College the #HeartofKU. We appreciate all you do and hope you enjoy the winter break! pic.twitter.com/jhV3m7hWox
— KU College of LA&S (@KUCollege) December 15, 2017
Office of the Chancellor
Chancellor Doug Girod shared a gif depicting the Chi Omega fountain, one of KU’s most famous sights, with an accompanying quote and message:
“And now we welcome the new year, full of things that have never been.” — Rainer Maria Rilke
Best wishes from the Hill,
Doug and Susan Girod
The University of Kansas
KU School of Education
The School of Education shared their holiday cheer and thanked those who support the school’s mission, accompanied with art from a local first grader.