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Business University Reunion April 5-6

Business University Reunion April 5-6

The celebration of the 50th anniversary of the last graduating class of the Bowling Green Business University will take place April 5-6 at the BU Reunion. Alumni from as early as 1938 will gather to rekindle friendships and share memories from their BU days during the weekend.

Several alumni will serve as guest speakers in classes all over Grise Hall before the reunion events officially kick off with a reception on Friday evening at the Holiday Inn in Bowling Green.

A brunch will be served on Saturday morning at the Kentucky Building on WKU's campus, with a welcome from WKU President Gary Ransdell and remarks from the Dean of the Gordon Ford College of Business Jeffrey Katz. Dean Katz will speak on "Honoring the Past, Preparing for the Future."

A cocktail reception and a dinner round out the weekend's events.

BU alumni who have not registered for the event and wish to attend should call Amy Miller at 270.779.8700.

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