Archive for Monday, September 27, 2004

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Do you agree with District Judge Jack Murphy's order that Kansas University release salary information for KU Athletic Director Lew Perkins to the Journal-World, 6News and other news organizations?

Poll results

Response Percent
Yes. It’s important that information about highly paid public employees be released to the public.
No. Only the part of Perkins’ salary that comes from state funds needed to be made public.
No. KU was correct in trying to maintain some privacy for its employees.
Total 588

All stories

WMD parallels
September 27, 2004
Lena Davis
September 27, 2004
CBS affiliates face viewer complaints
Local stations fear ratings fallout from Bush National Guard story
September 27, 2004
In Kansas City, Mo., it’s Kirk Black’s job to answer for Dan Rather.
Chiefs still 0-for-‘04
Texans stun ‘snakebit’ K.C. on last-second kick
September 27, 2004
Marcus Coleman made the interception and the long return. Andre Johnson and Derick Armstrong made the catches.
George A. Newton
September 27, 2004
Illinois Senate candidate Obama a national draw
Keynote convention speaker offers aid to fellow Democrats
September 27, 2004
Barack Obama, the Senate candidate from Illinois who made a splash at the Democratic National Convention, may soon be coming to a town near you.
On the record
September 27, 2004
Harold L. Crady
September 27, 2004
Thomas services
September 27, 2004
Elmer ‘Junior’ Cottrell
September 27, 2004
Newman wins America 400
Driver trails Gordon by 107 points in Nextel Cup race
September 27, 2004
Ryan Newman has a plan to win the NASCAR Nextel Cup title even though the mathematics make that seem unlikely.
Dodgers control Giants, West
Los Angeles rolls, 7-4, to take 2 of 3 games from division rival San Francisco
September 27, 2004
Eric Gagne zipped one last pitch past Deivi Cruz, then screamed for joy while San Francisco’s fans groaned.
Style course corrects writing wrongs
In age of Internet, students return to primer on proper grammar
September 27, 2004
There’s no “LOL” — computer message-speak for “laughing out loud” — in this book.
Professor spreads hope
KU educator searches for ‘why we do what we do’
September 27, 2004
He calls it the only job he’s ever had. Rick Snyder, distinguished professor of psychology at Kansas University, came to KU in 1972.
This week
September 27, 2004
Free to criticize
September 27, 2004
Martha’s way
Even a prison sentence won’t stop Martha Stewart’s pursuit of “the good life.”
September 27, 2004
Is it possible that Martha Stewart will be able to make even a prison sentence into “a good thing”?
September 27, 2004