Catch up with co-Anchors Claire Decatur and Libby Johnson for KUJH’s third show of the Fall 2023 season. Learn about apple dumplings from the Eudora Methodist Church, Indigenous art on bus shelters around Lawrence, heat waves affecting local pumpkin patches, a Pause 4 Pups event, and more.
Abbey Lord takes a look at the artist behind graphics featured on bus shelters around Lawrence. Indigenous artist Tokeya Waci U Richardson explains the meaning behind his work.
Libby Johnson reports that the KU Police Department has still not found the person who graffitied an anti-semitic symbol on KU’s Campus. KU Hillel and KU Chabad reach out on social media to support students.
KUJH’s Blake Ullmann discusses a new study from KU that links the U.S. food industry to junk food and the tobacco industry. KU Psychology professor Tera Fazzino adds more.
Carson Shea takes us to the Pause 4 Pups event. The animals from Loving Paws Animal Therapy help remind students to manage stress healthily.
Claire Decatur reports on KU’s Family Weekend. The event often takes more planning than realized for students, families, and Lawrence businesses.
Jack Denebeim visits the Eudora Methodist Church during their fall tradition of making apple dumplings. The event serves as a community involvement and bonding opportunity.
Stella Uriarte visits Foley Hall for the Monarch Watch Fall Open House. The event serves to educate the community on the butterflies, and also celebrate their migration.
Catch up with Jaxson Reed on KU sports with a live shot at the Horejsi Family Volleyball Arena from Shamaria Massenburg.
Weather segment from Sept. 28, hosted by Ashton Rizzo.