KUJH’s Blake Ullmann shows the behind-the-scenes work it takes for our team to put together our weekly show. Hear more on the preparation from MMJ Jack Denebeim and producer Lily Witkowski.
As winter approaches, cold weather takes over our daily activities and our heating bills. KUJH’s Libby Johnson shows how older-model homes may need more insulation during the winter months.
KUJH’s Claire Decatur highlights how safe driving is important in the winter due to icy conditions. Decatur spoke to Emergency Management Specialist Justin Stipetch to learn more about what we can all do to prepare for slick roads.
Lawrence’s downtown district, primarily located on Massachusetts Street, is often a hub of activity, but during Halloween, it looks a little more dressed up. KUJH’s Aidan Pezold took us downtown to check out trick-or-treating events on Halloween night.
Suzanna Tomlinson, the house mom of the Kappa Delta sorority chapter at KU, brings joy and light to all around her. KUJH’s Sydney Clark highlights Tomlinson’s time as the house mom, and how the nearly 90-year-old plans to spend her time after retiring from her role.
KUJH’s Stella Uriarte takes a long look at mental health resources that are offered at KU, and how Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly’s Omnibus budget will affect resource funding. Learn more about the programs offered on campus at Watkins Health Services and through Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS).
KU’s Center for Community Outreach (CCO) hosts a Trunk-or-Treat event for the Lawrence community. KUJH’s Grace Hills takes us for a look at the event, and to speak to some of the student representatives involved. To learn more about upcoming CCO events, you can visit its website.