Archive for Friday, April 13, 2018

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12:00 a.m.
A University of Kansas-branded Adidas basketball is pictured in March 2018. Chancellor mum on whether independent review of KU Athletics is needed; KU saying little about partnership with Adidas
April 12, 2018 in print edition on 1A
A spokesman for Kansas Athletics Inc. stopped short Thursday of saying the department would support a third-party, public review of its recruiting practices and policies. University of Kansas Chancellor Douglas Girod has yet to answer a question about whether he thinks an independent review would be appropriate in the wake of a federal indictment that alleges a family member and a guardian of two KU basketball players are involved in a pay-to-play scheme orchestrated by an executive with Adidas, which is a partner of the KU Athletic department.
11:46 a.m.
Town Talk
Two of downtown's older retailers close, but will reopen as part of new 'mashup' concept store
Posted April 13, 2018
When I think of spectators in downtown Lawrence, I’m unfortunately reminded of the day that I thought spandex on Mass. Street was a good fashion ...
12:51 p.m.
Town Talk
Two of downtown's older retailers close, but will reopen as part of new 'mashup' concept store
Posted April 13, 2018
When I think of spectators in downtown Lawrence, I’m unfortunately reminded of the day that I thought spandex on Mass. Street was a good fashion ...
4:09 p.m.
A set of Army fatigues hangs on the wall for the "What Were You Wearing? Survivor Art Installation" on display in the Kansas Union gallery on the University of Kansas campus. The display, facilitated by KU's Sexual Assault Prevention and Education Center, is back by popular demand this month after its original KU debut last fall. After going viral last fall, ‘What Were You Wearing?’ exhibit returns to KU; display challenges victim blaming
April 13, 2018 in print edition on 1A
For years, the project received little attention, not even garnering a mention in the student newspaper. That all changed in September 2017, when Jen Brockman’s “What Were You Wearing?” exhibit made its way to the University of Kansas.

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