Kansas offensive tackle Tanner Hawkinson, left, and safety Bradley McDougald expect to end the Jayhawks' three-year NFL Draft drought at some point during the three-day draft.
Current and former Kansas University scholarship hall residents Mary Emerson, Keeleigh Smith, Katie Kutsko and Erin Christianson stand next to a portrait of benefactress Elizabeth Miller Watkins that hangs in the KU chancellor’s residence, where Watkins used to live.
Eleven Lawrence High School students competed at the Kansas History Day contest April 20 at Washburn University in Topeka, with six of them advancing to the National History Day contest at the University of Maryland June 9-13. Pictured, from left, are Puja Shah (junior); Hazlett Henderson (senior); Yu Kyung Lee (senior); Elbegduuren Erdenee (senior); Eric Martinez (junior); Rose Kennedy (junior); Sarah Kinder (junior); Campbell Drake (junior), Brooke Braman (junior), Sadie Keller (sophomore) and Lily Abromeit (senior).
Tami Clark and Kara Eidson enjoy a breakfast of yogurt and fruit, part of the variety on the breakfast menu at First Watch, 2540 Iowa. Richard Gwin/Journal World Photo.
From left, Jerry and Jane Wohletz, roll back a cover they use to keep their strawberries from frosting at Wohletz Farm Fresh Strawberries, 1831 North 1100 Road southeast of Lawrence. Jerry and Jane, who own and operate the farm, expect berry-picking to be in full swing around May 20.
Marla Prather, Modern Art curator at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, poses for a portrait to be used on 82nd and 5th, a web feature. © 2013 MMA, photographed by Jackie Neale Chadwick.
Eldridge H. Matthews
J. Richard “Dick” Bedell
Volunteers show off their hard work for Kansas University’s Big Event on April 13. The Big Event is a city-wide effort to help out around the Lawrence community, and thousands of people around Lawrence showed up to offer their support. Barbara Trouslot submitted the photo.