Oklahoma State's Lindsey Keller (25) and Kansas' Carolyn Davis (21) dive for the ball during Wednesday's game in Stillwater, Okla.. KU won, 65-60.
Carole Rehder, a retired nurse, gives Leslie Ostronic, 9, her second dose of the H1N1 flu vaccine in this 2010 file photo at the Lawrence-Douglas County Health Department clinic. In the background is Leslie’s mother, Laurie, who is holding siblings Brecken, 4, and Dallas, 5. The children all received an immunization. On Wednesday, Individual rights collided with the rights of society in a hearing over whether to allow more children to bypass required immunizations.
The intentional error message that stood in place of BoingBoing's homepage on Wednesday. Bloggers "blacked out" the site in protest of SOPA and PIPA.
A Chinese couple observe a giant dragon lantern Sunday Feb. 6, 2000 during the Lantern Festival at Zhongshan Park in Shanghai, the last Year of the Dragon. Kansas University will be celebrating the Chinese New Year Sunday at the Lied Center.
Shaun Gibbs, 12, racks hay into a pen of bison at his grandfather Don Gibbs’ Lone Star Lake Bison Ranch and Meat Co., near Overbrook, after school Wednesday. The herd of 18 bison, including 2.200-pound bull King Louie, left, have been moved from the pasture to the pen for the winter and get fed twice a day. According to data from the state climatologist, the November through mid-January average temperature of 39.5 degrees is three degrees above average.
For a fully-equipped home studio, this three-light set-up would handle many subjects with a variety of lighting possibilities. But even a one kit, with floodlight, umbrella and stand, would go along ways in establishing an inexpensive home studio.
William Sparks III
Kansas University has hired Rajiv Kulkarni to serve as its new director of technology commercialization.
Tapas restaurant in Downtown Lawrence has commissioned a mural of an old Mexican town for its upstairs dining room. The restaurant plans to have several other murals painted in its main floor dining area as well.
Inmate William King works on a bicycle Jan. 18 at Lansing Correctional Facility. The prison’s bicycle repair shop serves the dual function of employing inmates and providing bicycles to those who need them. Since 1999, the shop has donated more than 4,700 bicycles around the area.
Stacks of bicycles fill a room at the Lansing Correctional Facility. The bicycles are refurbished by inmates and sent back into the community.
Jennifer Crupi's "Finger Tapper: Impatience Amplifier."
Jennifer Crupi's "Guarded Gestures, #2" shown being worn.
Jennifer Crupi's "Guarded Gestures, #2" shown as an exhibition piece.
Artist Jennifer Crupi's "Unguarded Gestures, #1" shown worn.
Artist Jennifer Crupi's "Unguarded Gestures, #1" shown as a exhibition piece.
Artist Jennifer Crupi's work will be on display at the Lawrence Art Center from Jan. 20 to March 8 in an exhibition entitled "The Articulate Body."
AmeriCorps volunteer Rene Romig sorts through piles of donations to be given to the family of Roger and Camay Guilory, on Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2012 at the United Way building, 2518 Ridge Court. The Guilory's home was destroyed in a Dec. 29 fire. Although the eleven-member-family is still in transition, local outreach organizations are organizing donations large and small for when they are settled.
The Extension Council of K-State Research and Extension in Douglas County presented an appreciation award to Frank and Rachel Purvis at its 2011 annual meeting on Nov. 29 at the Dreher Family 4-H building at the Douglas County Fairgrounds, 2110 Harper St. Pictured from left are Susan Krumm, Extension agent, Family and Consumer Sciences, Rachel Purvis, Frank Purvis, and Rich Barr, Extension Council Board chairman. Bill Wood submitted the photo.