Marching Jayhawk brothers Mason, Shelton, and Winston Heilman in uniform in front of Strong Hall on the KU campus.
A 1950's photograph of Potter Lake.
Potter Lake, 1925
An aerial photograph of Potter Lake, equipped with a diving platform in 1925.
Commencement regatta, 1911.
Potter Lake, 1911.
Consumer Reports found that the AT&T Navigator GPS app (version 1.2i.5) offers simple interface and clean presentation.
Mark Ndesandjo, one of President Barack Obama’s half siblings, holds his new book “Nairobi to Shenzhen” during a news conference today in Guangzhou, a southern city of China. Obama’s half brother in China has broken his silence with the media to discuss his new novel: a semi-autobiographical story of self discovery and love that provides a detailed portrait of his abusive father.
Claude Levi-Strauss is shown in this Jan. 13, 1967, file photo. The Academie Francaise said Tuesday that the influential French intellectual, who was widely considered the father of modern anthropology, had died. He was 100.
A mother holds her baby Friday as she receives a new malaria vaccine as part of a trial at the Walter Reed Project Research Center in Kombewa in western Kenya. A new vaccine being tested here is giving the medical community hope that it will soon be able to reduce by half the number of African children killed by the mosquito-borne disease every year. If regulators determine the vaccine is safe, it could be on the market in three to five years — the first vaccine against a human parasite. Tens of millions of Africans are plagued by malaria each year.
Frank Schubert, campaign director for Stand for Marriage Maine, claims victory for Yes on 1 on Tuesday evening in Portland, Maine.
David Workman, left, and his daughter Katie Workman, Lawrence, celebrate Katie’s 21st birthday in Las Vegas. Katie submitted the picture.
June Louise Thome
Marvin F. Trybom