By Trevor Graff

Kansan announces new management staff

The University Daily Kansan is proud to welcome incoming editor-in-chief Katie Kutsko and business manager Sean Powers to its Spring 2014 management staff. A sophomore journalism major from Columbus, Ind., Kutsko was the art and digital director at the Kansan in the Fall. She has worked as a design chief, web editor and staff designer […]

UDK Duke Special Section, Nov. 12, 2013

UDK Duke Special Section, Nov. 12, 2013

UDK for Tuesday, Oct. 29, 2013

UDK for Tuesday, Oct. 29, 2013

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UDK for Monday, Oct. 28, 2013

Guth apologizes for controversial tweet upon return to University of Kansas

Guth apologizes for controversial tweet upon return to University of Kansas

Associate journalism professor David Guth, who will return from administrative leave Friday, has issued an apology for his controversial tweet regarding the Navy Yard Shooting in Washington, D.C. The university placed Guth on administrative leave for the Sept. 16 tweet aimed at the National Rifle Association that said, “Next time, let it be YOUR sons […]

UDK for Wednesday, Oct. 23, 2013

UDK for Wednesday, Oct. 23, 2013

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UDK for Tuesday, Oct. 22, 2013

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UDK for Wednesday, Oct. 2, 2013

Kansas journalism professor placed on leave after controversial tweet

Kansas journalism professor placed on leave after controversial tweet

Professor David Guth was put on administrative leave today after his controversial tweet about gun control in response to the Navy Yard shooting Monday. Chancellor Bernadette Gray-Little released a statement Friday morning announcing the action. “In order to prevent disruptions to the learning environment for students, the School of Journalism and the university, I have […]

Kansas falls 4-3 to the Wildcats in game one

Kansas falls 4-3 to the Wildcats in game one

Kansas Baseball hasn’t landed on the wrong side of a one run game since a 3-2 loss to the West Virginia Mountaineers on April 27. The Jayhawks have won four one-run games since, but couldn’t put together a late rally to ward off a 4-3 defeat at the hands of the Kansas State Wildcats. The […]

Kansas baseball prepares to take on Kansas State as final Big 12 opponent

Kansas baseball prepares to take on Kansas State as final Big 12 opponent

The Jayhawks are within striking distance heading into the final weekend of Big 12 conference play. Kansas State is the final Big 12 opponent on the Jayhawks’ radar. The Wildcats, part of the three way tie for first in the conference, are currently second in the nation in batting average. The Jayhawks are riding new […]

Kansas continues surge, beats Wichita State 7-5

Kansas continues surge, beats Wichita State 7-5

The Jayhawks turned out the lights on any doubts this season, beating Wichita State 7-5 in a hotly contested matchup at the Shockers’ Eck Stadium. Kansas hung five runs in the fifth, three of which coming off a bases clearing triple from sophomore right fielder Connor McKay. The Jayhawks survived a 20-minute delay when the […]

Second-place Kansas baseball heads to Wichita after sweeping Baylor

Second-place Kansas baseball heads to Wichita after sweeping Baylor

A weekend sweep of the Baylor Bears brought a renewed sense of optimism to Kansas baseball. The Jayhawks’ 12-9 conference record lands them in second, within a game of conference-leading Oklahoma, heading into a must-win midweek matchup against the Missouri Valley-leading Wichita State Shockers. “It’s just baseball,” senior third baseman Jordan Dreiling said. “You’ve got […]

Graff: Jayhawks show their fighting spirit

The Jayhawks were on the ropes. Like a prizefighter from yesteryear, Kansas baseball took a solid shot to the chin and stood wavering on the brink of a knockout in the Big 12 conference race after suffering the sweep in West Virginia. The uppercut, served at the hands of the Mountaineers, still lingers in the […]