This week’s theme dives into the world of professors and the quirky stories they have to tell.
This week’s theme explores what the first year experience of college, law school and living in Lawrence is like.
Jeremy Farmer, executive director of Just Food, explains the hunger problem present in Lawrence.
Music Director Zack Marsh reviews his favorite tracks from KJHK’s new music rotation.
Green beer isn’t the only way to celebrate the holiday.
Ad Astra’s Sara Sneath spoke with two experts on how to remember those pesky names, and why it’s important in the first place.
Co-ops give students alternative living options.
Assistant Prof of African and African American Studies and the interim director of the Langston Hughes Centerat KU talks about the importance of Black History Month in today’s modern society.
Rebecca Solnit’s book “Civil Society, the Phoenix in the Ruins: Disaster, Carnival, Revolution, and Public Joy” Wed., Feb. 29, 2012, 7:30pm – 9:00pm in The Commons, Spooner Hall.
Tickets benefited the GaDuGi Safecenter, the Willow Domestic Violence Center and the V-Day fund for women in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.