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After Black Friday, store owners touting Small Business Saturday

Downtown Lawrence is has been and still is a great place to go shopping with the family. We live in Topeka and go to downtown downtown all the time. I invite people out there that haven't try to do it. I know a lot of people from Topeka and other cities in Kamsas that do the same. You can find good quality, nice and reseanable price items.

Small business owners and City Council continue doing the great jojb yuo are doing for downtown and the city.

November 24, 2012 at 8:07 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

Landen Lucas to sit out first game while considering red shirt

Kevin get well soon. We are lookoing forward to see your game in your senior year. Focus on the game. Take careof business.

November 8, 2012 at 7:27 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

KU volleyball completes sweep of K-State

Job well done!!! Keep working hard and focusing on winning as you represent the great University of Kansas. Congratulations to the players and coaching staff.

November 8, 2012 at 7:19 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Column: QB switch affects RB James Sims, too

I am very please with the team and the coaching staff. The defense palyed a tremendous game. I think the coaches and players are working very hard to make the improvement they need to make to win games. Job well done coaches and players. The jayhawks nation is with you. Keep on making progress i know that there will be better days ahead.

Jayhawks Nation: We need to suport Coach Weis and his coaching staff as well as the players.

October 14, 2012 at 2:30 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Dave Campo: JaCorey Shepherd fits CB mold

Since I leave in Topeka, could this game be watched on TV.

"The 6 p.m. season opener on Sept. 1 against South Dakota State will be shown on the Jayhawk IMG TV Network".

August 24, 2012 at 9:24 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

D-tackles difficult to find

I agree. We need to give a chance to Coach Gill and his coaching staff. Coach Gill and his staff can recruit as you all saw this year. They are getting talent, high school kids that need to be trained in the program. The defense will turn around and will be good. The offense will get even better. The just recruited two great QBs. We need to support our football coaches and players. This is KU. This the Jayhawk Family. Coach Gill we support you, your coaching staff and players. Continue moving forward.

October 5, 2011 at 12:06 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

KU officials say they're concerned about declining enrollment; fewer students on campus this fall

It is interesting that you call yourself a Jayhawk and then send a son or daughter to KSU. Let's me tell you my story: My daugther, a honor student in high school, honor society member, first in her class who graduated witha 4.00 GPA, decided to go to KSU because most of her friends were going there. So, we took our daugther to vist KSU and you know what, she was very disappointed and very sad to find out that they did not offer any scholarship. They told her that she needed to go before a committee to see if they would approve anything for her. So, she decided to visit KU and not only they placed her in their honor student program, but also provided her with enough scholarship that she could not decline. Today, she is an engineer, graduated with a 3.85 GPA and is working on a Master/PhD degree. All of this, thanks to KU. By the way, we are hispanics and after I talked to other parents I found out that they were treated the same way by KSU and all of their kids went to KU and graduated with sciences degrees. All of them turned out to be excellent students. So, our conclusion is that KSU does not have a diversity program that recognizes good students, especially when it comes to hispanics. Actually, I don't know if they have one at all or if they have one that can be compared to the KU diversity program. But I am glad that it worked for you. However, for me if you are african-american or hispanic, KU is the place to go. Where they treat you with dignity and respect.

September 27, 2011 at 10:01 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

KU officials say they're concerned about declining enrollment; fewer students on campus this fall

It is interesting that you call yourself a Jayhawk and then send a son or daughter to KSU. Let's me tell you my story: My daugther, a honor student in high school, honor society member, first in her class who graduated witha 4.00 GPA, decided to go to KSU because most of her friends were going there. So, we took our daugther to vist KSU and you know what, she was very disappointed and very sad to find out that they did not offer any scholarship. They told her that she needed to go before a committee to see if they would approve anything for her. So, she decided to visit KU and not only they placed her in their honor student program, but also provided her with enough scholarship that she could not decline. Today, she is an engineer, graduated with a 3.85 GPA and is working on a Master/PhD degree. All of this, thanks to KU. By the way, we are hispanics and after I talked to other parents I found out that they were treated the same way by KSU and all of their kids went to KU and graduated with sciences degrees. All of them turned out to be excellent students. So, our conclusion is that KSU does not have a diversity program that recognizes good students, especially when it comes to hispanics. Actually, I don't know if they have one at all or if they have one that can be compared to the KU diversity program. But I am glad that it worked for you. However, for me if you are african-american or hispanic, KU is the place to go. Where they treat you with dignity and respect.

September 27, 2011 at 9:59 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Against the odds, Mario Little will graduate today

Mario: Congratulations!!! Well done. The Jayhawks Nation wish you well and don't forget, you are part od the Jayhawks Family. We are proud of you for all you have accomplished. Keep in touch and good luck.

May 22, 2011 at 8:15 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

Danny Manning’s father, Ed, passes away at 68

Our thoughts and prayers to Coach Manning and his family. May Mr. Manning rest in peace.

March 5, 2011 at 9:12 a.m. ( | suggest removal )