More than 70 members of the KUnited coalition gathered at Yacht Club Sports Bar and Grill at 530 Wisconsin Street to await the results of the student senate election. Brandon Woodard, a senior from Topeka, ran as KUnited’s presidential candidate. Blaine Bengtson, a junior from Salina, ran as KUnited’s vice presidential candidate. Woodard said that [...]
Anyone entering the Granada theater tonight may think they’ve found themselves in the middle of an ordinary wrestling bout. Bright lights, ringside seating, deafening cheers — and dwarves? Dubbed “the baddest little show on Earth” by the header on their website, the Extreme Midget Wrestling Federation promises to be “one of the most entertaining, outrageous [...]
MidXMidwest, a new grassroots music festival, is this weekend, Aug. 31 and Sept. 1. Jake Wise, the creator and promoter of the event, along with Jonathan Woods and Ryan Harvey, has been in the bar business for a while but has never done anything on such a large scale before. “We built a festival with [...]
Sarah Stern takes a few moments to walk around the room, greet guests, answer questions and point out her favorite of the photographs lying on one of the tables. Then, she returns to the chair next to Gary Mark Smith and continues selling and signing books. Stern, a senior from Lawrence, celebrated the debut of [...]
After months of cooperation, the city and skaters break ground on a longtime goal.
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