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No. 5 KU moves on to Maui Invitational final

Published November 24, 2015

Picking up right where they left off in Monday's 123-point explosion against Div. II Chaminade, the Jayhawks raced out to a 59-point first half and slaughtered UCLA in the Maui Invitational semis, 92-73, at Lahaina Civic Center on Tuesday night.

No. 5 Kansas explodes for 123-72 win

Published November 23, 2015

The Kansas Jayhawks opened the Maui Invitational by blowing out Chaminade, 123-72.

Jayhawks shut out against West Virginia, 49-0

Published November 21, 2015

Any momentum for Kansas football disappeared in the first quarter against West Virginia on Saturday at Memorial Stadium. The Jayhawks turned the ball over twice and gave up 28 points in the first 15 minutes, leading the way for a 49-0 thumping, pushing their losing streak to 14 games dating back to last season.

Michigan State beats KU, 79-73

Published November 17, 2015

Kansas suffered its first loss of the season, 79-73, to Michigan State at the Champions Classic, in Chicago.

KU football falls, 23-17, at TCU

Published November 14, 2015

The winless Jayhawks had a chance to win late, but fell, 23-17, at TCU.

No. 4 Jayhawks roll, 109-72, in opener

Published November 13, 2015

The 2015-16 college basketball season began tonight at Allen Fieldhouse, where No. 4 Kansas rolled, 109-72, versus Northern Colorado.

Bill Self press conference recap

Published November 12, 2015

Kansas basketball coach Bill Self talked a little about Northern Colorado, and a lot about Cheick Diallo, at Thursday's press conference.

Lawrence couple takes pig as house pet

Published November 12, 2015

Kyle and Holly Whitney adopted their newest pet, a juliana potbelly pig named Gatsby, last December. Holly said she wanted a pet pig ever since she was a child. Now the couple live on the southeast side of Lawrence but hope to buy a new home with more land in the future so they can adopt more pigs. (Video by Richard Gwin)

Live game blog from Allen Fieldhouse: No. 4 Kansas vs. Fort Hays State

Published November 10, 2015

While most of the buzz surrounding the No. 4-ranked Kansas Jayhawks involves the ongoing wait to see what the NCAA has to say about freshman big man Cheick Diallo’s eligibility, KU will be on the court tonight at Allen Fieldhouse to finish the preseason against Fort Hays State.

Live game blog: KU football at Texas

Published November 7, 2015

Still winless two-thirds of the way through the season, first-year coach David Beaty and Kansas football try to turn things around on the road, at Texas.

Baseline view: KU basketball vs. Pittsburg State

Published November 5, 2015

Relive the action from the Jayhawks' exhibition opener against Pittsburg State as captured by Journal-World photographer Nick Krug from courtside at Allen Fieldhouse.

Kansas 89, Pittsburg State 66

Published November 4, 2015

Unofficially, the 2015-16 Kansas basketball season began tonight, with the Jayhawks handling Pittsburg State.

Game blog from Memorial Stadium: KU football vs. No. 14 Oklahoma

Published October 31, 2015

The latest challenge for Kansas football and first-year coach David Beaty is a Halloween homecoming date with No. 14 Oklahoma.

'Prom Dress Room' examines inner lives of women through poetry

Published October 25, 2015

“It wasn’t really about prom,” insists Sandy Hazlett of her new collection of poems entitled “The Prom Dress Room.” She’s good-natured, even when fielding questions about her own prom (she doesn’t remember much about the dance itself, aside from an Under the Sea theme) and her fuzzy memories of what she wore to the grand event some 40-odd years ago. But for Hazlett, who will host a reading of the book Thursday evening at the Raven Book Store, the collective American teenage experience known as The Prom is really just shorthand for the time in a young person’s life when the first steps are taken into adulthood. By Joanna Hlavacek

Jeff Daniels on balancing his acting and music careers, going on a 'musical adventure' with his family and that famous 'Newsroom' speech

Published October 25, 2015

Jeff Daniels has seen his fair share of audiences. From the big screen to the little screen, and stages in between, the Emmy award-winning actor is constantly developing his craft. But amid the recent releases of two new films, “Steve Jobs” and “The Martian,” Daniels will be showcasing a musical talent not everyone gets to see. He’s stopping at the Granada on Oct. 27 with his son’s act, The Ben Daniels Band, for a night of rustic Americana as he dives into his sixth album, “Days Like These.” By Fally Afani

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