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I'd like to know who pays for the various operations at Kansas University to decorate the chancellor's residence each year for Christmas.

Lynn Bretz, a KU spokeswoman, said: "The University of Kansas annually celebrates the holiday season -- Hanukkah, Christmas, Las Posadas, Kwanzaa and others -- by displaying lights, banners, garlands and other decorations on campus. Sites include Strong Hall, the chancellor's residence and nearby trees, Danforth Chapel and the Kansas Union. Private funds pay for decorations and their installation at all but the Union, where costs are covered by KU Memorial Unions. Marking the holiday season is important to the KU community."


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