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A University of Kansas School of Music graduate will see part of her dissertation project come to life on Tuesday as part of a virtual double-bill feature through the Lied Center of Kansas.
For only the second time, a seated ambassador to the United States will be a […]
After a tumultuous spring and summer in 1970 — which included the firebombing of the Kansas Union and the killing of Rick “Tiger” Dowdell, a Black KU student, by a Lawrence police officer — KU gave final approval for the creation of an African Studies department that July.
A free, two-day, virtual miniconference today and Thursday will explore Indigenous American audio journalism. The […]
Even in uncertain times, spring in Lawrence brings two things: temperamental weather and tulips across […]
It’s been a season full of hardware for University of Kansas junior Azja Butler and […]