Posted on Nov 11, 2013 in Alumni News, News, and Sports
If the chatter online is any indication, Jayhawks around the world are thinking of one thing, and one thing only right now: Tuesday’s KU basketball matchup with Duke in the Champions Classic.
Don’t worry, we’ve got all the information you need– whether you’re attending the game or watching it at home.
The KU Alumni Association is hosting a pregame party in Chicago at the West End, 1326 W. Madison St. Staff members from the Alumni Association will be in attendance, including Mike Davis, senior vice president for donor and membership programs; Heath Peterson, vice president for alumni programs; and Danny Lewis, director of alumni programs.
Of course, since our staff members bleed crimson and blue, a number of others will be there off the clock.
Michael Branicky, dean of the School of Engineering, and Stephen Mazza, dean of the School of Law, will also be in attendance to share news from the Hill with alumni.
The Alumni Association has a strong chapter in Chicago, and there are three locations that will be hosting watch parties for those of you not lucky enough to snag tickets to the game.
Join fellow alumni and fans at the following Chicago watch sites to cheer for the ‘Hawks:
And for those of you who are staying home, many of our chapters are hosting watch parties at local establishments. We’ve even added several new areas to the list, including Iowa City and New Orleans.
Click here to see a full list of official alumni watch parties.
Don’t see one near you on the list? Click here for a list of alumni watch sites; many of these places aren’t hosting an official watch party, but Jayhawks may still gather to watch the game. For those “unofficial” watch parties, conversations often take place within chapter Facebook groups (you can find a list of those on our Facebook page).
Information about television programming and channel lineups for KU games can be found here on the Kansas Athletics’ website.