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Business School Dean Presents to the University On Monday the Dean of the Business school Neeli Bendapudi presented to University representatives as Bendapudi is the first finalist for the Provost of the University of Kansas. The position has been opened due to Jeffery Vitter's

Seniors’ Emotional Thoughts

Photo: Missy Minear/KANSAN LOUISVILLE, Ky. -  The seniors for KU basketball are done. No longer will the four Jayhawk seniors wear the jersey that reads KANSAS across their chest. No longer will the crimson and blue

Returners’ Thoughts on Seniors

Photo: Missy Minear/KANSAN LOUISVILLE, Ky. -  Wayne Selden looks down at the media swarm surrounds him. The season is over. He will no longer get to play along side Perry Ellis in the starting lineup. No longer

Preview for KU and Villanova LOUISVILLE, Ky. - One versus two. The Jayhawks and the Wildcats, are just one of the two, one versus two seed matchups that will take place on Saturday night. But this will be the only

Fans Boost Jayhawks in Sweet-16 Win

Photo: Missy Minear/KANSAN LOUISVILLE, Ky. - The crowd erupted in cheers for KU as Landen Lucas sat up off the hard wood after successfully earning a charge call against Maryland. As he stood up and walked

Landen Lucas Helps Lift Kansas Over Maryland

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Photo: Missy Minear/KANSAN LOUISVILLE, KY. - The Jayhawks defeated the Terrapins 79-63 in KFC Yum! Center Thursday night. Kansas' leading rebounder was Junior Landen Lucas. He also added 14 points on the 29 minute outing. "He's really the glue,"

Jayhawk Fans in Louisville LOUISVILLE, Ky. - KU basketball historically travels well, especially in the NCAA tournament. In the Southern Regional this year. At each site KU plays, the KU alumni association will host a pre-game celebratio near the arena, for all

Self and Turgeon’s Connection LOUISVILLE, Ky. — As Maryland took the court for its open practice at KFC Yum! Center in Louisville, Kentucky, the team seemed energized. The assistants and managers clapped along as the players loosened up, at least,