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In depth 2008

In depth for August 2008

KU Edition 2008
August 16, 2008
From artists to inventors, Kansas University is home to all kinds of people. In the past year, the university has opened new buildings and hosted world-renowned speakers. Come inside to learn more about the university on top of Mount Oread.
Good as gold
52 Jayhawks reflect on Olympic basketball title
August 14, 2008
Lawrence residents Bill Lienhard, left, and Charlie Hoag placed first at the 1952 Helsinki Games with the help of five other KU basketball players, including the great Clyde Lovellette.
Class clowns
Clown school in Sedan provides an education in laughter
August 7, 2008
Students participating in the second annual Emmett Kelly Sr. Clown School of Performing Arts get schooled in skit production, juggling and make-up.
Nature, naturally
Field station, ecological reserves offer glimpse of pristine prairie
August 3, 2008
Call it one of Kansas' largest research labs. Call it a calming nature walk in one of the state's few remaining uncultivated prairies. Call it whatever you want, but the Kansas University Field Station and Ecological Reserves offer everything from public viewing of the reserves to research on all types of life.