Archive for Tuesday, January 17, 2006

In the Halls: Who is the most important Kansan?

January 17, 2006

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<strong>Jessica Johnson,</strong>
senior,
Free State
"Eisenhower because he&squot;s the most well-known and he was an important president."

<strong>Jessica Johnson,</strong> senior, Free State "Eisenhower because he's the most well-known and he was an important president."

<strong>Josh Hopping,</strong>
sophomore,
Free State High School
"George Washington Carver. He&squot;s the one that I&squot;ve read the most about in history class, and he is a very important figure in black history."

<strong>Josh Hopping,</strong> sophomore, Free State High School "George Washington Carver. He's the one that I've read the most about in history class, and he is a very important figure in black history."

<strong>Jordan Hess,</strong>
senior,
Free State
"I would go with Eisenhower because he had the best domestic policies of any U.S. president."

<strong>Jordan Hess,</strong> senior, Free State "I would go with Eisenhower because he had the best domestic policies of any U.S. president."

<strong>Leslie West,</strong>
sophomore,
Free State
"The first one I think of is Langston Hughes because I went to a school named after him and did a lot of reports on what he accomplished."

<strong>Leslie West,</strong> sophomore, Free State "The first one I think of is Langston Hughes because I went to a school named after him and did a lot of reports on what he accomplished."

<strong>Kevin Frantz,</strong>
sophomore,
Free State
"John Brown because of his fight against slavery and the legacy he left behind."

<strong>Kevin Frantz,</strong> sophomore, Free State "John Brown because of his fight against slavery and the legacy he left behind."

<strong>Ryan Kressig,</strong>
senior,
Free State
"Amelia Earhart. She was an important role model for women everywhere, but especially in Kansas."

<strong>Ryan Kressig,</strong> senior, Free State "Amelia Earhart. She was an important role model for women everywhere, but especially in Kansas."

<strong>Sam Poholsky,</strong>
senior,
Free State
"James A. Naismith, at least as far as this part of Kansas is concerned, because KU is famous for being the birthplace of basketball."

<strong>Sam Poholsky,</strong> senior, Free State "James A. Naismith, at least as far as this part of Kansas is concerned, because KU is famous for being the birthplace of basketball."

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