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Every dog has its year
Lunar New Year brings different customs, time for reflection
January 28, 2006
Jun Fu may not look like it, but she’s a rabbit.
Down with Brown
Senior guard’s gritty, tough temperament earns respect of Henrickson
January 28, 2006
Kaylee Brown staggered backward, dazed and in obvious pain after head-to-head contact with an opposing player.
Tough enough
After a car accident claimed the life of his grandmother and seriously injured his mom, KU sophomore Darnell Jackson has found strength in faith, family and teammates
January 28, 2006
Darnell Jackson is a story of strength.
Defending champ Bears await KU
Kansas women confident they’ll bounce back from K-State loss
January 28, 2006
Erica Hallman believes in the resiliency of Kansas University’s women’s basketball team.
Wright the writer
KU freshman Julian Wright has so much creative energy, it spills off the basketball court and onto paper — as poetry
January 28, 2006
Julian Wright’s creativity does not stop on the basketball court. In fact, it’s not even the place his imagination began.
On guard
Growing up in war-torn Serbia, basketball helped Ivana Catic escape. The Kansas University freshman since has evolved into a poised, confident young point guard for the Jayhawks
January 28, 2006
They couldn’t speak her language. They didn’t live in her country, nor were they able to go outside and play.
Truck route
January 28, 2006
To the editor:
Wants and needs
January 28, 2006
To the editor:
Not a crime
January 28, 2006
To the editor:
Risky business
Bloom banking on football career after he takes final Olympic shot
January 28, 2006
The easy path for Jeremy Bloom would have been to concentrate on football and leave skiing and the Olympics behind.
Beacons to bolster K-10 safety
City official hopes alert system will ‘wake people up’
January 28, 2006
A dangerous section of Kansas Highway 10 near the East Hills Business Park is set to get a new set of “eyes” constantly on the lookout for potential accidents.