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Job Posting - State School Seeking New Athletic Director

The University of Kansas a Division 1++ NCAA university is seeking an older, over privileged businessman to lead its not-for-profit+++ athletic department to victory. Successful candidates will have the following skills and qualifications. **Financial Management:** Candidates should be able to increase the organization’s debt by millions of ... Continue reading

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The Rise of the New “Nazism”.

http://www.salon.com/news/feature/2010/09/17/the_crackpot_gap/index.html Facebook says, "What's on your mind?' .Indeed, this is on my mind and it's worrisome. Not because I "want to see the Dems win (or lose)" or I "want to see the Republicans win (or lose)". This worries me because these people are outright crackpots that ... Continue reading

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Print or Online - Which Coupons do You Use the Most?

A recent study found that 80% of coupon redeemers got their coupons from a newspaper. And close to 78% say they've printed out an online coupon at least once. Good article with some interesting information on coupon habits. The report speculates "These findings may indicate a lasting ... Continue reading

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Getting chirpy about New Twitter

If you've been hanging out in the Twittersphere this week, you'll already know that the community is all abuzz (a-tweet?) about Twitter's big-time revamp, which has been rolling out to selected users since Tuesday. And by "selected users," sadly, we don't mean us - as of this ... Continue reading

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Week 3 in Big 12 filled with intriguing games, difficult predictions

Week 3 in the Big 12 Conference should produce a plethora of captivating games that could go either way when trying to predict a winner. For my picks on all 10 conference games this weekend, check out the latest episode of Conference ChatterTV: Here's a bit more ... Continue reading

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Movie review: ‘I’m Still Here’

With the release of “I’m Still Here,” the mockumentary has officially come full circle. Actors have already played roles in documentary-style comedies (“This is Spinal Tap,” “Best in Show”), they’ve combined that format with real-life pranks (“Borat,” “Bruno”), and they’ve played fictional versions of themselves for laughs ... Continue reading

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Swampyville’s You’re the Poet; “Inequality”

You're The Poet! Fill in the below blanks with the following words or use your own words. Be, child, child, did, drink, drink, eat, eat, man, need, need, not, so, thou, thou, thou, thou, want, want, woman. Inequality! By L. Don Oliver Oh! impoverished _____, Where goes ... Continue reading

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The Kindest Act

In a world where people seem all too eager to get in heated discussions about raising children, how to fix the environment, or how best to drown the tea party, it's time to take a look in a different direction. Let's spend some time remembering the kindest ... Continue reading

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The Five “A”s that Threaten Your Union: Abuse

*(This is the second part of a five-part series entitled The Five As that Threaten Your Union.)* Abuse is a bad thing to have happen in a relationship. This is such a no-brainer, why even take the time to write (or read) about abuse? It’s bad. Don’t ... Continue reading

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Saving Rain

Today I walked our dog in the rain, drove in the rain and, most importantly, saved some of the rain. I put out four containers to collect rainwater which I will use to water thirsty plants that I have been nursing along all summer in the cruel ... Continue reading

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Around the Web in 7 Days: Scouting Southern Miss

After one week of the 2010 season, the Kansas University football program had fallen out of the national spotlight, thanks to a heartbreaking home loss to Div. I-AA foe North Dakota State in the opener. Many folks throughout the state of Kansas — and the nation — ... Continue reading

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Breakdown: Sal Capra, Jordan Webb key in successful tunnel screen

Welcome back to "Breakdown," where we'll look at a KU play each week and try to go a little more in-depth into why it did or didn't work. This is the first time in the history of this segment that we'll be breaking down a positive play ... Continue reading

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Crooked Still

On Tuesday night scores of happy, smiling couples trotted off to the Crooked Still show at the Bottleneck. At the urging of my friend, I stepped outside my indie rock / techno bubble to catch the show and see what all the hubbub was about. I figured ... Continue reading

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Ground Zero - Zero Tolerance

The proposed site for a Muslim Community Center and Mosque, 45 Park Place New York, NY has become the center of controversy . The location, a former Burlington Coat Factory is claimed by some to be a part of the 911 ground zero. Where is ground zero? ... Continue reading

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Week 2 video

The following is the second week video of The Gridiron, produced by the Kansas University athletic department. Continue reading

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Social media? It’s all social

This post on social media and the future of journalism has been at the top of Mashable for the last day or so - and for good reason. It's by no means news that we're in an age of participatory journalism, and have been for some time ... Continue reading

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Cliff’s Notes: Turner Gill press conference, 9/14/10

Here is the Cliff's Notes version of Kansas football coach Turner Gill's comments at his weekly press conference today. If you want to get live updates from each week's press conference, be sure to follow us on Twitter (@kusports). Also, check out the latest depth chart, which ... Continue reading

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Leadership at Haskell Indian Nations University slowly crumbles: School to lose Safety Officer.

It started with the detailing out of Haskell’s School President, Dr. Linda Sue Warner, almost a year ago and has continued on a slow, but, steady downcline every since. We are speaking of leadership at the school. First, one of the best, brightest and most distinguished presidents ... Continue reading

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“Mother Earth”

Mother Earth is bleeding her blood is flowing black. Her children are suffocating, there is no turning back. The rest of us are suffering there really is no gain as another species dies; just goodbyes and then more pain. Father sun watches as niece moon sighs. We're ... Continue reading

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Brownback reflects on time in the Senate; Holland takes Brownback to task over vote

U.S. Sen. Sam Brownback, R-Kan., who is running for governor, talks about the ups and downs of serving in the Senate in an exit interview with NBC. www.msnbc.msn.com/id/39047904 Democratic gubernatorial candidate Tom Holland criticizes Brownback on vote to bail out Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Topeka Capital-Journal ... Continue reading

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