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.
Tension is in the air as students camp out for what could be the University of Missouri’s last trip to Allen Fieldhouse. We spoke with campers as well as Chad Allen, great-grandson of the legendary Phog Allen.
While ‘Kansas vs. Missouri’ is just a sports rivalry for many people, the feud goes back to before the Civil War. Dr. Diane Mutti-Burke and Dr. Tony R. Mullis tell us more.
Jason Charney, a music composition student at the University of Kansas, recently won the Allen Strange Award from the Society of Electro-acoustic Music in the United States for his avant-garde work, “Compass.”
You might have been searching for the perfect song for V-Day, but love songs (and breakup songs) aren’t just for special occasions.
There’s no way around it: greeting cards are weird. Ad Astra Radio looks into why someone else’s messages are how we express our affection.