- Kids will use public locations as canvas for colorful guerrilla art creations
- March 21, 2012
- On a small, red rock, 10-year-old Zianna Baumgartner painted a face with a mustache and glasses. But where this unique piece of art would be displayed had yet to be determined. “I was thinking of maybe in a tree, so it’s looking down at you,” Zianna said. Welcome to the world of guerrilla art, where public spaces are the canvas.
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Images from the Dear Lawrence photo project
July 2012 update: We're once again accepting photos for the Dear Lawrence project. Scroll down to see some of the new additions. <br /> <br /> Members of our photography staff, local photographers and all of you are invited to participate in our Dear Lawrence Community photo project. These are some of the great photos we've received so far, but there's still time to participate. Get out your old photos and your cameras and start submitting. You can do it via email to email@example.com, by posting a photo on our Facebook page wall at Facebook.com/LJWorld, or submitting an image at <a href="ljworld.com/dearlawrence">ljworld.com/dearlawrence</a>.
- Visiting professor, author to talk race, gender politics at KU
- October 29, 2014
- Ayesha Hardison, Kansas University’s current Langston Hughes Visiting Professor, will speak about race and gender politics today at the Kansas Union. Hardison, an associate professor of English at Ohio University, will give her presentation, titled “Of Maids and Ladies: The Ethics of Living Jane Crow” at 3:30 p.m. in the Kansas Room of the union.
- KU researcher takes real look at fake wrestling
- October 18, 2014
- Jordan Bass learned a secret when he was 12: Professional wrestling is fake. “I was crushed,” he said. “I didn’t watch again for years.” He came back to it this year - this time armed with a doctorate. And now he has completed a scientific research study at Kansas University. On wrestling.