Posted on May 9, 2013 in Campus News and News
The annual Stop Day campus walking tour led by Professor Emeritus Ted Johnson–featured in issue No. 5, 2011, of Kansas Alumni magazine–is set to begin at 9 a.m. Friday at Dyche Hall. As always, Johnson invites anyone interested to join (or depart) the tour at any point during the day. The tour is schedule to reach Lippincott Hall at 10, Twente Hall at 11 and Watson Library at noon. The tour will visit Stauffer-Flint Hall, Wescoe Hall, Anschutz Library, the Military Science Building and Murphy Hall on its way to a 1 p.m. lunch at the Burge Union. The tour resumes at 2 p.m. at Green Hall, then continues to the Chi Omega fountain and Memorial Drive at 3 and the Campanile at 4. The day concludes with conversation in the charming Weaver Court adjacent to Spooner Hall.
In the event of inclement weather, the tour will begin at 9 a.m. in the portico of Lippincott Hall, where participants will enjoy a thorough tour of the Wilcox Classical Museum, followed by a noon lunch in the Kansas Union and a 1 p.m. visit to the Spencer Museum of Art. Should the weather clear, Johnson anticipates resuming the tour at its previously scheduled site.