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For the Record

Top 3 Albums of 2013

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Hickory Wind

A Few Legendary Songwriters On Heartbreak

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Sly & the Family Stone Compilation

Vince Picks 5 Great Songs from Higher!

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Femme FM

Guide to SXSW

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Missy Elliot

Back and Ready for Action…Maybe?

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Ride the Wave

Alles klar, Herr Kommissar?

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Dancing Bear Variety Hour, Ep. 8

On the May episode of DBVH, we provide passive-aggressive life advice, the latest Khaled Sheikh Mohammed sports analysis, and misleadingly suggestive audio. Plus, the next episode of the USS Carpathia!!

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Summer Changes – 5/8

Our final Ad Astra Radio of the school year presents stories of the changes a college community faces as it prepares for summertime. From graduation, to summer sports, to the buildings we inhabit.

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Sunflower Reading Series – 5/1

Featuring readings from Crystal Boson and Louise Krug, with live audio from Megan Kaminksi and Joshua Clover.

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Dancing Bear Variety Hour, Ep. 7

Kid friendly raps, psychic frenemies, and an inaptly-placed Westboro Baptist Church promo make up this episode, alongside a special noir mystery installment of the USS Carpathia.

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Civic Engagement – 4/10

From student government to local volunteerism, to activism on a global scale, we bring you stories of people who care!

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Jayhawks notch 80-69 win over EKU

ST. LOUIS — Despite a slow start, the Kansas Jayhawks were able to notch an 80-69 win over a gritty 15th seeded Eastern Kentucky Colonels. Jamari Traylor came up huge for the Jayhawks off the bench, having career highs in both scoring and rebounding with 17 points and 14 boards. Conner Frankamp played 25 minutes for the Jayhawks, scoring a career high 10 points and dishing out four assists. “We actually played better with Conner in the game,” Kansas coach Bill Self said after the game. “But there was no set game plan. I knew he would be the first guard off the bench. And I told him that before, but I was just real…

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Kansas falls to Iowa State in semi-final

It may have been sunny outside of the Sprint Center, but it was raining threes for Iowa State as the Cyclones defeated the Kansas Jayhawks 94-83 to advance to the Big 12 Championship final on Saturday. The Cyclones (25-7, 11-7) came out firing on all cylinders to start the game, as they hit 66.7 percent (8-12) of their shots from beyond the arc in the first half. As the Jayhawks (24-9, 14-4) went on a 15-2 run to eventually take the lead with 8:15 remaining in the first half, it was sophomore forward Perry Ellis who led Kansas with 21 points heading into the locker room. With junior guard Naadir Tharpe leading all players with a game-high 9 assists, 7 coming in…