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University signs lucrative pact to stick with Coca-Cola products
August 18, 2009
Pepsi, Mountain Dew and Dr. Pepper fans will have to wait at least another decade for the possibility of buying their favorite soda at Kansas University.
University, city plan further merging in bus services
August 18, 2009
It was one year ago when the Lawrence Transit System and KU on Wheels created a partnership that allowed riders of one bus system to ride the other for free. Now, their collaboration is getting stronger.
Housing upgrades may attract more to campus living
August 18, 2009
When Vanessa Phillips decided to enroll in summer school, she had to make some adjustments. She had to make new friends. She had to prepare for more challenging college courses. And, when she moved from Wichita to Lawrence, she had to find a new place to live. So she began apartment hunting.
KU expands efforts to help students graduate in four years
August 18, 2009
Jordan Kerns wants to earn a journalism degree in four years at Kansas University. The incoming freshman from Shawnee also wants to take classes in psychology and astronomy at KU, but she wants to make sure they fit into a four-year schedule for college.
10 KU chapters bleeding crimson & blue
KU Alumni Association boosts programs around U.S.
August 11, 2007
Among 10 growing alumni groups that serve loyal Jayhawks, it’s easy to see how the numbers make the K.C.-area chapter among the top of the flock.
KU Alumni Association boosts Sunflower State coverage
August 11, 2007
Kevin Corbett thinks this will finally be the year.
Alumni fly friendly skies through KU travel program
August 11, 2007
Virginia Mackey Snyder loves to travel.
KU Alumni Association Chapters/Groups
August 11, 2007
Here’s a list of Kansas University Alumni Association chapters or groups.
Alumna savors crimson and blue sightings on West Coast
August 11, 2007
I run into Jayhawks in the darndest places. I’ve come across them at the La Brea tar pits. I ate dessert for free in a Minneapolis restaurant because the owner was an alum. My physical therapist here in Eugene, Ore., was raised in Hutch. I even recently chatted with a married couple on a plane ride from Denver to Eugene who walked down the Hill before World War II. And everywhere I’m greeted with the same words: “Rock Chalk Jayhawk!” Yep’ Jayhawks get around.
Tech savvy
Newest gadgets keep KU students organized
August 12, 2005
As technology becomes more portable, it also becomes more visible on college campuses. Students have replaced note-passing and Walkmans with cell phones and MP3 players. These technological advances are altering campus and classroom interactions.
Mathis: Try a new look without falling into the Gap
August 12, 2005
Welcome to Kansas University, Class of 2009! (Or 2010. Or 2011. Can’t rush these things, you know.) After a lifetime of learning how to be the person your parents or friends wanted to be, you’ve arrived at college with a blank slate, ready to become the person YOU want to be.
Here’s the best decor for dorm rooms
August 12, 2005
For many students, a residence hall can feel more like a prison than a home. The trick is finding ways to transform your 8-by-10 cell into a personal oasis.
Old-school Games
Students turn back to vintage video gaming
August 12, 2005
Kansas University student Matthew Nyquist loves old-school video games. Nyquist’s brother introduced him to Atari 600 when he was 2 years old. He began playing Nintendo at age 3. Nyquist would even get up at 5 a.m. just to play video games.
Bigger’s best for shades
August 12, 2005
In the fashion world, it seems the phrase “the bigger, the better” is rarely uttered, but when it comes to this season’s sunglasses, size definitely matters.
Get in shape with KU services like Pilates, personal training
August 12, 2005
A healthy lifestyle is possible for Kansas University students. Recreation opportunities and nutritional help are available on campus. Many of the services are paid for through student fees.