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Dodge City Polling Place Changes

https://youtu.be/btVGWfIy0Lg Dodge City is one of the few cities in Kansas with a majority hispanic population. Recently the city announced a polling place move outside of town. 60% of the population are hispanic immigrants. Weeks before the

Kavanaugh Protests at Topeka Kobach Rally

Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh was confirmed by the Senate on Saturday, October 6 as President Donald Trump flew to Topeka on Air Force One. Protestors stood outside the Kansas Expocentre to protest against Trump, Kris

KU Theatre Presents: A Man of No Importance

KU Theatre opened its fall season with the 2002 musical "A Man of No Importance." The show follows an irishman in the 1960s and how the theatre helps him find his inner truth. To the director, the

Grant allows language classes to survive

The African Department of Languages at KU has received a two-million dollar grant to support programs, and the language Wolof is a reason why. Things haven't always been easy for the department, though. "We've had to cut

KU Enrollment Rates Go Up

The Kansas Board of Regents said that KU is setting records this year for higher enrollment numbers and higher retention rates. This year's freshman class has the highest GPA's and ACT scores in KU history. Chancellor Douglas

Meet KU’s 17-Year Carillonnist

Meet Dr. Elizabeth Berghout - the woman who’s been playing KU’s bells for 17 years "I’ve been the University Carillonnist for 17 years – 17 and a half. Originally I came for school, I got a

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