By Dylan Derryberry

Derryberry: Halloween-themed shows feature gore, horror

Derryberry: Halloween-themed shows feature gore, horror

In 1997 my father took my younger brother and I to see the film “Starship Troopers.” For those who haven’t seen it, it’s basically about a group of future army Roughnecks who set out to destroy an alien race of bugs who are coming to conquer Earth. You know, a good movie to take a […]

Derryberry: Check out the variety of Oktoberfest brews this month

Derryberry: Check out the variety of Oktoberfest brews this month

As a college student, I know the size of my wallet and the span of my food menus. Sure, some nights I’ll splurge and eat out, but most of the time I’m stocking up on Ramen noodles or waiting for a Dillons employee to mark down the rotisserie chickens, which is around 7:30 every night […]

Derryberry: Lawrence Zombie Walk will be dead scary and ghoulishly fun

Derryberry: Lawrence Zombie Walk will be dead scary and ghoulishly fun

When I was younger, I was always the kid with the Batman cape on. Whether it was the end of October or the middle of June, I didn’t need an excuse to don the Dark Knight’s gear. Needless to say Halloween has always been a pretty big deal for me, so when fall finally hits, […]

Derryberry: LibArt displays student and faculty artwork in campus libraries

Derryberry: LibArt displays student and faculty artwork in campus libraries

Like a good portion of my peers, my chance at artistic exposure ended in fifth grade when I realized I couldn’t draw a perfect circle. Twelve years later, I still have to trace around a bowl to make a semi-acceptable sphere. If nothing else, though, I’ve gained an enjoyment for those who actually do know […]

Derryberry: Don’t dismiss Sunday ‘Funday’ karaoke or bowling

They say Sunday is a day of rest. I don’t really know who they are, but what do they know anyway? Sunday is like the forgotten little sister of the weekend family, and she deserves just as much love as Friday and Saturday.  Rest up, but have a little fun as well. This weekend is […]

Derryberry: Check out Free State Comicon and Barrel House karaoke

I’m what some may consider a fanboy. Although I don’t have much of a comic collection, I’m pretty proud of my comic culture knowledge, I’ve had realistic crushes on fictional women, and I’m the guy that intricately makes all of his costumes (yes, plural) for Halloween. I love the stories, the outfits and the following. […]

Derryberry: Tailgating and foam make up the perfect Labor Day weekend

In case you don’t have Facebook friends literally counting down the days until college football begins via CAPITALIZED and Exclaimed! posts, this weekend marks the first home game for the Jayhawks. While many will go for at least half of the game, not all will make it out to Memorial Stadium to cheer on the […]

Derryberry: Lawrence Busker Festival only one of many things to do in Lawrence this weekend

Early on in my collegiate career, amidst numerous required classes that had nothing to do with my major, I learned something much more important than the Quadratic Equation: I learned how to have fun. I’m Dylan Derryberry, an aspiring journalist, thrift store shopper and uncoordinated (yet highly entertaining) dancer. My goal: to get everyone to […]

Missouri bans Kansas logo from plates

Missouri lawmakers just don’t seem to like the Jayhawk.

Students support new payment system

No more paper. Timesheets will now be computer-based.

University Cancer Center officially awarded National Cancer Institute designation

The designation will create jobs and allow the center to receive federal funding.

Cyclists to help build Lawrence house

A nationwide cycling tour stops in Lawrence for a humanitarian effort.

KU Natural History Museum event explores causes of extreme heat

A discussion will shed light on why it’s so hot this summer.

Facebook change irritates students

Some users feel the social media giant violated their privacy by changing emails.

Email change irks Facebook users

Find out how to change your email on Facebook back to what it was.