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The Walk to "Old" Green Hall began as the last class ended in Spring 1978. Nostalgic law students who had spent their first two years in "old" Green Hall and moved to the new building in Fall 1977 persuaded Professor Paul Wilson to lead them back to their original home for reminiscing and reflecting on law school history. The tradition has continued, with Distinguished Professor and former Dean Martin Dickinson now leading the walk. Join Professor Dickinson on his last Walk to "Old" Green Hall before he retires. Meet at 3:40 p.m. Friday in the Informal Commons to depart. [Watch for announcements in case the weather dampens our plans.] Tags: #TBT #KUtraditions #KUstudents #KUalumni #KUexperience #xploreKU

Students, faculty and friends gather at 3:40 for today's annual walk to Old Green Hall: http://t.co/FSeVCHQDyk #KUexperience


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