Kennesaw State University if gearing up for Friday's College Colors Day.
College Colors Day, which has been celebrated throughout the country for the last seven years, is a chance for colleges and universities and their supporters to brag about their schools by donning their colors. "We're very proud of them, and we hope everyone not just in metro Atlanta but across Georgia are proud of KSU," President Daniel Papp said. "The Black and Goold is an athletic program that is absolutely unmoved." Papp, along with Kennesaw Mayor Mark Mathews and Acworth Mayor Tommy Allegood, on Wednesday signed a proclamation naming Friday College Colors Day. "This university is the fabric of the community," Allegood said. Mathews said he is proud to be a part of the evolution of the new KSU. "It's very, very exciting," he said. …
Acworth Mayor Tommy Allegood will help proclaim College Colors Day honoring Kennesaw State University's new “Black and Gold” sports logo.
Tuesday, August 28, 2012
City of Acworth Mayor Tommy Allegood and Kennesaw Mayor Mark Mathews will sign a proclamation designating Friday, Aug. 31, as “College Colors Day” at Kennesaw State University. This Wednesday at 2 p.m., the mayors will join KSU President Daniel S. Papp and Vaughn Williams, Kennesaw State’s director of athletics in the Presidents’ Board Room. The joint proclamation calls on students and community members to show their school spirit by wearing Black and Gold Kennesaw State-branded attire as the Owls celebrate 30 years of intercollegiate athletics. College Colors Day has been celebrated nationally for the past six year. It kicks off the fall semester’s intercollegiate athletics season and strives to advocate higher education through increased…