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josie miller hawk week poster spring 2013 | designing for understanding


initial sketches


concept one making a big place familiar

word list:

opacity shifts

tag lines:

homey

rounded edges

-We’re just like you.

making big place

hand made text

-We’re for you.

familiar

provided for

-What’s ours is now

comfortable

need nothing

yours.

comfy

weariless

-Finally, you’ve made

easy

lazy?

it.

at-rest

tired

-You’re meant to be

secure

thrilled

here.

content

lonely

-You own these

familiar

emotional!

streets.

snug

comforted

-These streets are

cozy

cared for

your streets.

warm

FAMILY

-What’s familiar to us

soft

remember

will be

country

repetition?

tranquil

brain paths?

-Hakuna Matata.

sheltered

routine

-Find your niche.

peace

regular

-Big place, bigger

easy going

usual

heart.

simple loving compassionate warm tones

your familiar soon.


concept two new beginnings/connections

word list:

start

tag lines:

activate

connecting

-Adventure starts here.

break the ice

engaging

-Emerge.

EMBARK ON

touch

-in with the new.

commence

absorb

-It all starts here.

lay foundation for

engross

-Begin again.

set in motion

mesh

-Where will you go?

‘go for it’

enlist

-What compels you?

‘take steps’

‘plug-in’

-It takes a couple to

EMERGE

‘tie-in’

connect.

RISE

unite

-Connecting all the dots

stem

join

for you.

set out

get in touch

-Make your connection.

COMPEL

relate

-How will you connect?

CONVOLUTED

LINK

-Get involved.

involved

tangled

-Guiding you to a new

hooked wrapped up

start.


concept three welcome to lawrence ks, your new home

word list:

wriggle

tag lines:

welcome

sneak

- Home away from

embrace

intrude

home.

greet

invade

- We’re gonna make

usher in

arrive

this place your home.

walk in

blow in

- This is home for you.

talk to

rush in

- Our home is your

secure

set foot in

home.

acquire

get your toe wet

- Sure, ask your neigh-

door

migrate

bor for sugar.

entrance

put into place

- Need a cup of sugar?

enter

crack

- There’s no place like

go in

crowd in

home.

home

drop anchor!

- Home is where your

initiation

reach

heart is.

introduction

visit

- Small town, big fam-

beginning

pop in

ily, big fun.

new chapter

bud (flower)

- you’re ours, and we’re

hello

kick off

yours.

clean

EMERGE

- just jump in.

informative

happen

- glad to see your sails

instructional

dawn

have led you here.

education

spring

-oh good, you made it.


adventure on Friday, August 17, 2013

10:00 AM – 4:00 PM Honors Program Open House @ Nunemaker Center All honors students are invited to the Nunemaker Center on Daisy Hill for refreshments and snacks during move-in. 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM Music Theory Placement Exam @ Murphy Hall The Music Theory exam, which includes written and ear-training components, is required for transfer music students who have not completed a four-semester music theory sequence with an accredited NASM school. Freshmen music students may take the exam if they have had extensive study in music theory and wish to see if they can place higher than Music Theory I for their first semester at KU. 3:30 PM – 5:30 PM Keyboard Skills Placement Exam @ Murphy Hall Appointments must be scheduled in advance with Dr. Scott McBride-Smith, 304 Murphy Hall, 785-

864-1470, smcbsmith@ku.edu. This is offered to music majors, except for piano emphasis students, who believe they can place out of the beginning keyboard skills course. 8:30 PM – 10:30 PM SUA Rock Chalk Block Party @ Kansas Union It's your first night on campus and Student Union Activities (SUA) and the Kansas Union want to welcome you in a BIG way! You will enjoy floors of games and prizes, sample free food in The Market, bowl for free in the Jaybowl and make sure to be on the lookout for the prize patrol! There will be hundreds of dollars in prizes and giveaways as you travel throughout the Kansas Union for hours of fun. Welcome to KU! Check out SUAevents.com for all our upcoming events! 10:00 PM – 1:00 AM Friday Night Live @ Kansas Union Meet the 2012 Hawk Link class and new and returning students. Come and watch performances

Saturday, August 18, 2013

3:00 PM – 5:00 PM Common Book Team Trivia @ Watson Library Stop by KU Libraries' open house to meet and mingle with fellow KU students and the librarians and staff who are here to help you succeed at KU. Did you read the Common Book, Notes from No Man's Land, over the summer? Do you wonder what Notes from No Man's Land is about and why you should read it? Show off your knowledge and win prizes or cheer on contestants in a Common Book team trivia contest. Or just stop by to meet people and have some refreshments between classes. 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM ECM Welcome Back BBQ @ ECM Center BBQ for vegetarians and omnivores along with encouragement to meet other students and faculty and staff. Omnivores welcome! Saturday, August 25, 2012 Helping Hawks 11:00 PM – 3:00 PM

Super Service Saturday @ Kansas Union Join the Center for Community Outreach as we "start here, reach out!" Students will meet at the Kansas Union for lunch and information about student service groups on campus. Then they will be bussed to various campus and community locations to volunteer with their desired volunteering organization. Free t-shirt and lunch included! 3:30 PM – 6:00 PM Frosh Frenzy @ Eaton hall An "Amazing Race" inspired scavenger hunt including mental and physical tasks at different locations all around campus. Freshman will work in teams to complete the race and win awesome prizes! 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM Student Veterans Meet and Greet @ Burge Union An opportunity for veterans transitioning to KU to meet current student veterans, as well as faculty

and staff that work with veterans on campus. Information about veteran groups and services at KU will be available. Pizza and drinks will be provided, and veterans are free to come and go throughout the evening. Families are welcome too! 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM Rockin’ on Learned Lawn @ Eaton Hall Held in conjunction with Frosh Frenzy, there will be music, BBQ food, prize giveaways, and a chance to interact with staff, faculty, and other new freshmen. Ongoing Events: Downtown Hawks @ Mass Street and various Lawrence locations Come checkout the services that Lawrence businesses are offering to KU Students! Watch for the Downtown Hawks sign displayed in the window of select businesses and bring your student ID to receive a special discount during the day. For a list of participating businesses and


rawk week rock week


friday, august 23 BLOCK PARTY KANSAS UNION 8:00–10:30 P.M.

BOOK DISCUSSION LOCATIONS VARY 3:45–5:00 P.M.

ARE YOU READY TO RAWK?

saturday, august 24 HAWK FEST ADAMS ALUMNI CENTER 5:30–7:30 P.M.

TRADITIONS NIGHT MEMORIAL STADIUM 8:00–9:00 P.M.

sunday, august 25 SCHOOL ACADEMIC WELCOMES TIMES AND LOCATIONS VARY

monday, august 26 PART-TIME JOB FAIR KANSAS UNION, 4TH FLOOR 9:00 A.M–4:00 .M.

saturday, august 31 SUPER SERVICE SATURDAY 12:00–4:00 P.M.


friday, august 23 BLOCK PARTY KANSAS UNION 8:00–10:30 P.M.

BOOK DISCUSSION LOCATIONS VARY 3:45–5:00 P.M.

ARE YOU READY TO RAWK?

saturday, august 24 HAWK FEST ADAMS ALUMNI CENTER 5:30–7:30 P.M.

TRADITIONS NIGHT MEMORIAL STADIUM 8:00–9:00 P.M.

sunday, august 25 SCHOOL ACADEMIC WELCOMES TIMES AND LOCATIONS VARY

monday, august 26 PART-TIME JOB FAIR KANSAS UNION, 4TH FLOOR 9:00 A.M–4:00 P.M.

saturday, august 31 SUPER SERVICE SATURDAY 12:00–4:00 P.M.

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