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Dole Institute hosts third party discussions
US politics often boils down to support for an elephant or a donkey, but there's a growing rift among voters dissatisfied with the traditional Republican or Democratic options.
Published on October 23, 2007
Commission recommends full-day kindergarten
A package to phase in full-day kindergarten and raise teacher pay would cost nearly $49 million.
Lawrence not immune to staph 'superbug'
Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus, or drug-resistant staph infection, is more common than once thought. KU sees several cases each month.
City leaders change minds on SLT
City commissioners decided to rescind their opposition to a South Lawrence Trafficway built through the Haskell-Baker Wetlands.
KU basketball players promote fun, fitness
A volunteer program allows Jayhawk team members to go to local schools to talk about exercise and good living.
Planners approve Oread Inn, 9-1
A seven-story hotel just north of the KU campus is now one step closer to reality.
KU student faces new charge
The Kansas Attorney General's office today charged Matthew Jaeger with an additional county of aggravated battery in connection with the October 9 attack on his ex-girlfriend.
Werts wows at city showdown
At last Friday's Lions-Firebirds football match, Free State High School senior runningback Ryder Werts turned what appeared to be a broken play in to a 65-yard catch and run.
Firebirds sweep Lions in showdown soccer
The Free State High School soccer team bested Lawrence High, leading to a regional victory in the play-offs.
6'8" forward picks KU for 2008
Quintrell Thomas gave the Jayhawks their third 2008 oral committment, picking KU over Rutgers, UNLV and Maryland.
Reesing 9th in Heisman watch list
Midway through the season, Kansas quarterback Todd Reesing is favored in race to the Heisman.
Videocast for October 23
Quintrell Thomas commits
Quintrell Thomas, a 6-foot-8, 225-pound senior forward from St. Patrick High in Elizabeth, N.J., on Tuesday orally committed to play basketball at Kansas University.
The Candenza Choir rehearses before a performance.
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