The West Virginia Mountaineer mascot, Jonathan Kimble, cheers during the first half West Virginia’s game with Kansas State on Jan. 12, 2013, in Morgantown, W.Va.
Beth McKeon, of Lawrence, began three MOOCs this month. MOOC stands for massive open online course.
Riders watch from horse back during a barrel racing event held at the Community Arena at the Douglas County fairgrounds, Sunday, Jan. 27, 2013.
From left, Dr. Sherri Vaughn, vice president of medical affairs at Lawrence Memorial Hospital; Dr. Robert Gorman; Sheryle D’Amico, vice president of the physicians division; and LMH CEO Gene Meyer talk Friday at the hospital. In the world of recruiting physicians, LMH wins its battles the old-fashioned way. It sells doctors on the community, on the medical staff, on the upgrades the hospital has made. “This has to be very near the top of the list of what we do,” Meyer said.
Francis John Taylor, Jr.
The Xijing Men, a collaborative of three Asian artists, are creating and installing their first North American exhibit in Kansas City, Mo. The trio's past performances, often politically charged and satirical, include mock cultural events such as the Xijing (a fictitious city) Olympics.
Michael and Jeanne Bronoski, of Lawrence, celebrate the November 2012 graduation of their daughter, Jamie Bronoski, who earned a master’s degree in finance from the University of Dundee in Scotland. Jamie Bronoski is a Lawrence High School and Kansas State University graduate, and is currently working as an intern in Scotland. Jeanne Bronoski submitted the photo.
Tamales from Burrito King, 900 Illinois St.