Posted on Jul 19, 2013 in Alumni News and News
It’s never too early for future Jayhawks to learn about KU traditions like waving the wheat, the Rock Chalk chant and the Alma Mater.
Bennett Chan, who turns three at the end of this month, is learning from his parents, Laura Lindberg Chan, c’01, and Brady Chan, j’01.
The youngster sings the Alma Mater every night with his mom as part of his bedtime routine. Laura said, “Since his Nana (Beverly Chan, d’68) is also a KU graduate, I had been trying to get him to sing the song to her, but he won’t do it in person.” Because he loves cameras, he happily obliged when Laura pulled out the camera to record his performance.
Click here or anywhere on the image below to watch the video.
Apparently, Bennett thought he’d be able to see his Nana after he finished singing; at the end of the video, he asked “Can I see Nana?”
You’ve got a great future ahead on the Hill, Bennett.