March 2012

The magazine of Texas Lutheran University in Seguin, Texas.

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LUCKY'S PACK The TLU Class Ring—An Instant Tradition The great tradition of Texas Lutheran University exists in more than our memories. Our traditional TLU Class Ring, the Dog Tag, is a timeless, tangible symbol of the bond between all TLU graduates and the institution that contributed so much to shaping our future successes. We have taken the unique qualities of the school and incorporated them into a classic icon that identifies the wearer as a leader and critical thinker, but most importantly a graduate of Texas Lutheran. The official class ring is available to students who have achieved 60 credit hours or more. The ring represents all things TLU and the memories you will keep forever! During Friday aſternoon of Spring Fling Weekend, TLU hosts a special Ring Ceremony for students receiving their ring at the Chapel of the Abiding Presence. The rings remain in the chapel overnight and are blessed by Campus Pastor Greg Ronning during the ceremony. Traditionally, the President presents the rings to the students. The Alumni Board participates in the ceremony by sharing the description of the ring and the tradition behind it. It is a wonderful and moving ceremony that packs the chapel. Come early and watch our students take one more step closer to becoming Bulldog Alumni. The Ring Ceremony this year will take place Friday, April 20 at 4:00 p.m. at the Chapel of the Abiding Presence. Be a part of our newest tradition and a part of Bulldog history!

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