Kansas freshman Zach Peters poses for a photo inside Allen Fieldhouse.
Kansas' Andrea Geubelle leaps to the pit during the women's triple jump at the NCAA outdoor track and field championships, Saturday, June 9, 2012, at Drake Stadium in Des Moines, Iowa.
Milton Ulreich, who will be a Tonganoxie High School sophomore in the fall, throws a whipped cream-soaked sponge at THS cheerleader Jessa Thorne, who will be a junior in the fall, Saturday during Tonganoxie Days.
Waiting for the start of the Intermediate class, Lauren Malik, 10, of Lawrence, readies for the swim portion of the Hy-Vee Iron Kids Triathlon on Saturday at Clinton Lake. The Iron Man 70.3 Kansas triathlon will be held Sunday at and around the lake.
In this undated photo from the Library of Congress, Louise Brooks, a Kansas native and silent-film actress in the Roaring ’20s who helped popularize the bob haircut, is pictured. Brooks is the subject of Lawrence author Laura Moriarty’s fourth novel, “The Chaperone.” The book, available now, was picked by USA Today as the No. 1 hot fiction book of the summer.
Joseph Wallace “Wally” Hewitt
Maud D. Barrett
Loretta Lillian DeSandro
Willie and Nicole Dotson
Amanda Warren and David Martin
Dustin Dallam Burr and Misty Dawn Warren
Nancy and Johnson Shockley
Christopher Eugene Rhoad and Alaina Catherine Gray
Tom and Virginia McGee
Nolan Andrew Putnam and Jessica Kristine Horsch
Leslie Anne Short Wolfe was awarded her doctorate degree from Yale University in molecular biophysics and biochemistry on May 21. She is a 2002 graduate of Lawrence High School and the daughter of Rick and Bonnie Short, formerly of Lawrence. Wolfe graduated from Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, N.C., in 2006. She is employed as a biochemist for KBI Biopharma in Durham, N.C. Bonnie Short, of Hendersonville, N.C., submitted the photo.