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Hayden Houts, a 17-year-old from Lawrence who practiced multimedia this week and plans on a career in broadcast journalism, said being able to vote and making a difference would be an “awesome achievement in (his) life.”
Jancita Warrington, a local consultant on Indigenous issues, has been appointed to Gov. Laura Kelly’s administration in the office that “serves as the liaison for the governor to ensure Native American voices are represented in state policymaking.”
Paul Buskirk, academic support director in the athletics department at KU, said members of his family had always been engaged in service, whether as a teacher, doctor, pastor or in other ways.
A September concert, set during the golden hour at a private estate overlooking Clinton Lake, will benefit an organization that works to support children through the foster and court system.
Kansas public university students uneasy about the cost of their education dodged a tuition hike this fall, but won’t know until mid-June whether they’ll be dinged with higher campus fees.
The Kansas City Parade of Hearts has unveiled a special heart sculpture to honor the 2022 National Championship-winning Jayhawks, and it’s now on display outside Allen Fieldhouse.
Together, the state’s six major public universities — KU, K-State, Wichita State, Emporia State, Fort Hays State and Pittsburg State — offer more than 1,500 degree programs. And some experts say that’s too much.
A stormy morning made way for smiles, champagne and just enough sunshine Sunday afternoon as the University of Kansas graduates of 2022 celebrated all that they’ve accomplished.
The University of Kansas commencement ceremony will be held at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, according to an update from KU.