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The Lee annual tradition of Homecoming will have a centennial theme this year.
The Lee University annual tradition of Homecoming will have a centennial theme this year. The university anticipates more than 2, alumni and friends to be on campus for the much anticipated weekend of celebration. Jerome Hammond, vice president for university relations. Following are an array of events to make alumni feel at home.
The celebrations begin with a series of Centennial Seminars, followed by the campus-wide Service of Celebration in the Conn Center and subsequent lunch on the Pedestrian Mall. Alumni and students will also be able to choose from a variety of exciting events Friday evening.
All three are ticketed events, and the latter two will reoccur throughout the weekend.
Jayson VanHook, chairman of the Centennial Committee. Throughout the morning and afternoon, the Centennial Walk, a historical campus tour, will occur every 30 minutes. Alumni and students will also have the opportunity to attend a variety of athletic events throughout the weekend. During halftime, the Homecoming Court will be announced and the queen crowned.
Flame Walk, Homecoming This year marks important anniversaries for several student organizations. Campus Choir will celebrate its 60th year with a reception, dinner, and anniversary concert on Saturday afternoon.
Epsilon Lambda Phi will celebrate its 30th with a reunion softball game on Friday afternoon, a dinner, and a worship service and brunch on Sunday morning. The Student Leadership Council will celebrate its 20th anniversary with a reunion in the new School of Business on Saturday afternoon.
Centennial celebrations will continue with a special Centennial performance of Life at Lee on Saturday evening in the Conn Center, along with an Ellis Hall fire remembrance on Sunday morning. For a complete schedule or to register, visit LeeUCentennial.The Center for Civic Engagement at Bard College embodies the fundamental belief that education and civil society are inextricably linked.
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1 Every year since —the year Lawrence became one of the first. Please write an essay that demonstrates your ability to develop and communicate your thoughts. Some ideas include: a person you admire; a life-changing experience; or your viewpoint on a particular current event.
If the event or relationship is recent, you will be closer to the "you" that experienced the event. If the event is more distant, you will often find yourself reflecting on the experience, your reactions and the meaning of the experience differently.