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KUsports.com - : No. 3 seed disappoints fans, but OKC's OK
Jennifer Sanner, vice president of the KU Alumni Association, said she expected a big KU crowd in Oklahoma City, even with the possible ticket challenges.After all, she said, Oklahoma City is right between Lawrence and one of its largest alumni bases, Dallas.
"Absolutely, it's a great location," she
Jennifer Jackson Sanner
Senior Vice President for Communications
Editor, Kansas Alumni magazine
Jennifer, j'81, joined the Association staff in 1984 as staff writer and stumbled into a career.
husband, Bob, b'80, have three children: Rachel, a proud KU business school graduate; Jack, a KU junior majoring in business; and Claire, a future Jayhawk who now rules the household along with the dog, Bubba.
Away from the Hill, Jennifer
assists children in foster care.
Bill has two daughters, Jen
and Linda c'10.
Kansan.com - Graduation continues traditions
Jennifer Jackson Sanner, senior vice-president and editor of the Kansas Alumni Magazine, graduated from the University in 1981. She
said that those who miss their walk usually choose to take it at some point in their lives.Sanner
walked down the hill for the first time last year as a marshal after her
Commencement was rained out. Sanner
said that the walk was the most important part of Commencement.Other traditional parts of collegiate commencements, such as outside speakers, are replaced with the walk.
News - 02/08/2005
Jennifer Sanner, a spokeswoman for the Alumni Association, said research conducted showed alumni identified strongly with royal blue over navy blue.
"Clearly the emotional tie was to royal," she
Jennifer Sanner, senior vice ...
Jennifer Sanner, senior vice president of the Alumni Association, said as part of Homecoming Week, Oct. 18-24, there will be a contest giving students a chance to re-write the lyrics.
The Oct. 23 Jayhawk Jingle event, which has been a singing competition in the past, will also become the platform for students to present their revised version of the song to a panel of judges.
"It just seemed like that would be the natural home for the event and we really wanted to involve students because they carry on the tradition," Sanner
Though submissions will include newly written parts of the song, much of the fight song will go untouched.
The revised areas will be concentrated to one part of the verse and two lines of the chorus.
"We still want to sing 'I'm a jay jay jay Jayhawk,' so to mess with it too much would probably disturb a lot of folks," Sanner
For those who think changing the lyrics will make a difference, Sanner
said to rest assured; other traditions will not be affected by league changes.
said revising the song showed people that Jayhawk customs were strong.
"These are small changes that we envision," Sanner