Kansas offensive lineman Bryan Peters stretches with his teammates during spring practice on Tuesday, March 24, 2015.
Kansas offensive lineman Larry Mazyck warms up with his teammates during spring practice on Tuesday, March 24, 2015.
Kansas receiver Alec Dinges elevates for a catch over Bobby Hartzog during spring practice on Tuesday, March 24, 2015.
Kansas receiver Tre' Parmalee eyes the ball as he waits to pull in a catch during spring practice on Tuesday, March 24, 2015.
The Jayhawks work on bursting through during spring practice on Tuesday, March 24, 2015.
A Kansas University student walks past a row of forsythia bushes along Mississippi Street as spring flowers begin to bloom on campus and around Lawrence, Monday March 23, 2015.
The Ninth Street Corridor Citizen Advisory Committee will meet at 7 p.m. tonight at the Lawrence Public Library Auditorium, 707 Vermont St.
Wichita State fan Debra Brodbeck, of Girard, talks about her wish for the Shockers to play the Jayhawks in the NCAA Tournament's Round of 32, while eating with her husband, Leonard Brodbeck, also a Shockers fan, on Friday.
A table full of Kansas fans cheer following a three-pointer from KU guard Brannen Greene during the Jayhawks' win over New Mexico State on Friday at Johnny's Tavern in North Lawrence.
Young guerilla artists stand by as Rachel Van Wagoner, a studio assistant at the Lawrence Arts Center, brushes their guerilla artist portraits with wheat paste along the south wall of The Third Planet building at Ninth and Massachusetts streets on Friday, March 20, 2015. The students, who are participating in a guerilla art camp at the Lawrence Arts Center were tasked to come up with an identity for themselves but also to decide upon a positive message they wanted to share with the public. Throughout the week, the artists have been leaving their positive messages in public places. To see a video of the first and second-graders displaying their temporary art, please visit: www.ljworld.com/GuerillaArtists
A home located at 1508 Vermont Street is the topic of dispute among some neighbors who wish for it not to be torn down. Central United Methodist Church, which holds ownership of the property, has filed plans to tear down the house.
An overhead look shows the newly-renovated Swarthout Recital Hall on Thursday, March 19 2015.
A worker puts some finishing touches on an entryway to the newly-renovated Swarthout Recital Hall on Thursday, March 19.
Janet Corwin, special assistant to the dean of the school of Music, tidies up the stage which is graced by a brand new Steinway and Sons grand piano on Thursday, March 19, 2015 at the newly-renovated Swarthout Recital Hall.
Three turtles hustle to be the first to step over the hula hoop during a race for students at the Spring Break Wildlife Camp on Wednesday, March 18, 2015 at Prairie Park Nature Center. The campers were introduced to various amphibious animals during the camp's section on wetland ecosystems.
Pictured is a collage of images of attendees from Tuesday’s downtown Lawrence St. Patrick’s Day Parade. Top row, from left, are Mason Kane, 11, Eudora, Mike Beerbower, Emporia, and Kevin Griffin, Lecompton. Second row, from left, are Renee Gallagher, Topeka, Shummer Roddick, DeSoto, and Kindred Curry, 13, Lawrence. Third row, from left, are Amare Dawit, 3, Lawrence, Sophia Saline, 11 months, Lawrence, and Preston Warbritton, 7, Oskaloosa. Bottom row, from left, are Dre Veloz, 5, Holton, Baxter, a Pointer mix, and Melissa Jolley, McLouth.
Congresswoman Lynn Jenkins gets a tour of the Free State Brewing Co. bottling plant, 1923 Moodie Road, as led by director of brewing, Steve Bradt, Friday, March 13, 2015. While on the tour, Bradt spoke to Jenkins about the potential for legislation that would help small breweries.
Kansas University graduate student in architecture, Kim McKeever, Kansas City, Mo., glances upward to look over her progress as she moves between the roof studs adding caulk to ensure an airtight seal as work continues at the 1301 New York Net Zero House, Friday, March 13, 2015. McKeever and other Studio 804 architecture students began constructing the energy-efficient home in late January. The house, which is slated for completion in the middle of May, is being designed with some of the highest standards for energy efficiency including off-the-grid energy use and a construction that challenges conventional methods of home building.
Kansas fan Steve Gorny, Leawood, writes his nephew Liam Bigbee's, Seattle, name in the sand along with his daughter, Ellie Gorny, back, on the interior walls of a KU sand fort prior to Wednesday's game against Chaminade on Kaanapali Beach.
Korean Sesame Steak Rice Bowl