Catch up with co-anchors Claire Decatur and Dylan VanderVeen for KUJH’s sixth show of the Fall 2023 season. Learn about new updates on the Israel-Hamas conflict, what you can do to maintain personal cybersecurity, how the Willow Domestic Violence Center in Lawrence is offering resources during Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and more.
KUJH’s Abbey Lord, Grace Gaume, and Jaxson Reed contribute to updates on the Israel-Hamas conflict and show how students around KU are responding to the events.
The Willow Domestic Violence Center in Lawrence shares resources during October, the month is also recognized as Domestic Violence Awareness Month. KUJH’s Libby Johnson takes us to the Willow to learn more.
October also doubles as Cybersecurity Awareness Month. KU now offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Cybersecurity Engineering, KUJH’s Abbey Lord tells us more and also speaks to a member of KU IT.
Early voting in Lawrence opens to help fill seats on the Lawrence City Commission, and school boards in town. KUJH’s Blake Ullmann highlights how voting in Lawrence also affects college students. You can also learn more in within our Voter Guide graphic here.
The William Allen White School of Journalism at KU offers a plethora of scholarships that not many students apply for. KUJH’s Claire Decatur speaks more on the scholarship application openings.
The Autumn Handcraft Harvest Festival returns to Lawrence where entrepreneurs and local artists can peddle their goods. KUJH’s Dylan VanderVeen visited the festival to learn more about the vendors.
Catch up with Aidan Pezold on KU sports with post-game comments on KU Football’s match against Oklahoma State, the men’s basketball team ranking No. 1 in the preseason AP Poll, a feature on the Eudora High School Cross Country team, and more.
Ashton Rizzo hosts two weather segments during KUJH’s Oct. 19 show.