Trail’s end

This most-unusual school year started in a most-unexpected fashion, when we were joined at The Wheel’s first chicken-fried steak lunch by a fit young trekker making his way from Delaware to California.

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The Water Cooler, February 2021

Despite arctic temperatures and pandemic stresses, there are signs of spring in Lawrence. We are buzzing about One Day. One KU. The Charlie Hustle birds have returned. And commencement is a go! There is much to look forward to, celebrate, think about, and do.

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KU alumna helps while healing

After a heart attack at 46, Angie Loving and her Jayhawk community had a common goal: giving back to each other. Loving, c’95, suffered a heart attack in November 2019 that put her on life support. Thanks to the quick work…

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Students capture ‘The New Normal’

Professor Eric Thomas saw a unique opportunity with his Photojournalism class to document a year unlike any other. Students captured shots of life on campus, both memorable and mundane to show their daily lives…

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Andrew Linn

composer and audio producer in New York City and describes himself as a ‘builder of sounds.‘ He earned an undergraduate degree in trumpet performance from the KU School of Music in 2010. His compositions and arrangements have been…

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Keon Stowers

Keon Stowers earned a bachelor’s degree in sociology in 2015 from the University of Kansas. As a student, he was a member of the KU football team. Keon previously worked for the KU Office of Admissions, where he helped recruit new Jayhawks…

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