Evan Schmidt was working out in the fitness room of Naismith Hall Friday morning before heading next door to KU’s School of Business for his last final of the fall semester. A senior business major, Schmidt lives in the private residence hall, at 1800 Naismith Drive, because he says it's ...
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Editorial: City should revise utility policies
The city of Lawrence should amend its utility deposit policy to clarify that utility deposits will be settled at the time an account is closed. Such a policy is ...