Monthly Archives: October 2012

  1. Why Oregon Should not Play for the National Championship


    October 30, 2012 by kujhawk

    Oregon, Oregon, Oregon. It’s all I hear when I watch a show related to college football on ESPN. They should …
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  2. What’s in the News

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    October 29, 2012 by kujhawk

    The Kansas baseball team hosted the inaugural Floyd Temple Alumni Game last Saturday. Temple, who passed away earlier this year, is …
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  3. Female Team’s Successes Deserves More Attention

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    October 26, 2012 by kujhawk

    Recent success of KU women’s sports teams has meant more coverage for them on campus media. Dunbar: The Horejsi Family …
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  4. An Afternoon on Mass St

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    October 25, 2012 by kujhawk

    This past week for class, we were told to break out of our “comfort zone” and go somewhere to find …
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  5. What’s in the News

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    October 22, 2012 by kujhawk

    The 2006-07 KU men’s basketball team, which won the Big 12 regular and postseason titles and reached the Elite eight, …
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  6. Lawrence Hospital Helping Educate Athletes About Concussions

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    October 18, 2012 by kujhawk

    By Evan Dunbar Immediate Post-Concussion Assessment and Cognitive Testing – or imPACT testing – is becoming a bigger and bigger …
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  7. What’s In The News

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    October 15, 2012 by kujhawk

    The University of Kansas’ 28th annual “Late Night in the Phog” was last Friday night at Allen Field House. This …
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