The University of Maryland students’ chicken over Rice University students say they are celebrating their fifth wedding anniversary with a special treat.
In a video released Thursday, Rice University senior Emily M. Hockley and her fiancé, Kyle C. Kasten, said they plan to serve the delicacy to guests after the anniversary.
“It’s a special anniversary to celebrate,” Hockly said.
“And it’s going to be a special day.
So, I’m gonna get together a big batch of the chicken and I’m going to serve it to all the friends we have that I’ve been to weddings.
And we’re gonna make a big pot of rice.
So I think that will be a good celebration.”
The video is the latest in a series of videos featuring Rice University alumni, faculty and students.
Rice President Mark M. Woodruff said the university has been celebrating the anniversary of its marriage anniversary with the Rice University College of Pharmacy since 2010.
The ceremony was held on Jan. 21, 2021, in the college’s library.
The wedding is being held in the new building of the Rice Health Sciences Building, where the university will build the Rice Humanities Research Building, which is expected to open in 2020.
The video, which was uploaded to YouTube, was shot over the weekend.
Hockly and Kastens’ wedding day celebration is the culmination of their year-long relationship, Hocky said.
They plan to celebrate the occasion by cooking up a batch of chicken over rices, she said.
“So we’re going to make some rice for the party, but also just having fun and making some memories for everyone,” Hocksley said.
The Rice University Facebook page said the video was filmed at the end of a class at the school, where Hockys senior, senior associate and undergraduate students filmed the video with friends.
“The video was recorded by students and faculty and was shared with the general public by members of the University community,” the page said.
It’s not clear how many students participated in the wedding.
Rice’s wedding website says that the bride and groom will attend the wedding of a Rice University alumnus and Rice University alumna, and the bride will attend a wedding with a Rice alumna.
Kasten said he has been planning to take the couple to a restaurant to celebrate their anniversary.
The couple plans to take their chicken over RICE, Kasteng said.