Thousands of Kennesaw State students, alumni, fans and friends brought enthusiastic
spirit this weekend to Fifth Third Bank Stadium for a momentous Homecoming, a tradition
that unites Owls and celebrates the University.
Every Kennesaw State home football game starts the same for Stewart Geoghagan, who
usually wraps himself in a black and gold checkered apron embroidered with school’s
familiar interlocking “KS” logo five hours before kickoff.
The students assembled in Kennesaw State’s University Rooms on Monday might never
find themselves in the same type of leadership role that Charles Casto had, when he
oversaw the U.S. government’s response to the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster in Japan.