Thanks for a Great Homecoming Weekend!

by Katie Bradley | Oct 13, 2016
Thank you to all who came out for Homecoming! Here are the key ingredients that made this year particularly sweet:

1. Alumni and their families
alumni
Once a Knight, Always a Knight! We are family. 

2. Knightro photo ops
Knightro
He might scare kids, but Knightro was a hit among the crowd.

3. Students
 students
Students packed the stands to cheer the Knights to another victory. 


4. Tailgating
tailgating
It was the perfect fall day for tailgating and football. 

5. Class reunions
class reunion
The Classes of 1961, 1966, 1971, 1976, 1986, and 1991 gathered for class reunions on Saturday night. 

6. The halftime entertainment
The Marching Band
 

7. Donations for endowed scholarships

donation
Reunion classes raised more than $720,000. 

 8. The Knights' Carnival
 Carnival

The Knights' Carnival included face painting, balloons, a bouncy house, zorbs,and the particularly daunting stunt jump.    

9. The next generation of Knights
facepaint
Along with the future legacy Knights (above), the Office of Admissions also hosted 86 high school students interested in attending Marian University.  

10. A Knights' WIN
football
Knights moved to 6-0 with their 48-14 win over Taylor University. Freshman Luke Johnston earned Player of the Week. 

News Media Contact

Mark Apple
Vice President of Marketing Communications
(317) 955-6775
mapple@marian.edu

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