Senate Passes Resolution Introduced by Sens. Moran and Roberts to Commemorate the University of Kansas' 150th Anniversary
Oct 07 2015
WASHINGTON – This week, the United States Senate passed a resolution introduced by U.S. Senators Jerry Moran (R-Kan.) and Pat Roberts (R-Kan.) to congratulate the University of Kansas on its 150th Anniversary.
“On this historic anniversary, it is a pleasure to honor the students, faculty and fellow alumni of my alma mater, the University of Kansas,” Sen. Moran said. “From academia to public service to athletics, the University of Kansas represents the best our state has to offer. The University of Kansas has been critical to the success of our state and nation, and I look forward to continued success in the next 150 years.”
“Since its founding, the University of Kansas has received national recognition for the exceptional education it provides students,” Sen. Roberts said. “Over the past 150 years, from its humble beginning on the banks of the Kaw, The University of Kansas has expanded to accommodate the growing needs of its 28,000 students. I am proud of the important role they play in educating students from our state and from around the nation. It is with great pride that I recognize and congratulate the University of Kansas on its accomplishments over the past 150 years. Rock Chalk!”
Click here to read the full text of the resolution.
- S Res 272 - University of Kansas.pdf (20.8 KBs)