This week, Ryan Wright shares some comedic SoundCloud channels and talks new releases from Lil Wayne, Nas and more.
This week, Ryan Wright discusses philanthropic efforts by rappers Kanye West and Common, a comedic sketch by the RZA and new releases by the Wu Tang Clan.
For some University students and Lawrence residents, stringing together striking combinations or hanging heavy, stuffed black bags is a good way to get in shape. For Mioshia Wagoner, a boxing instructor and trainer at Lawrence’s Title Boxing club, boxing is more than that — it’s a part of her larger life goals. Wagoner, who is […]
This week, Ryan discusses Childish Gambino’s label dispute, Schoolboy Q’s upcoming Lawrence show, Illmatic’s 20th anniversary and more.
The Kansas Jayhawks will take the field for their spring football game tomorrow at 1 p.m. The game will be the general public’s first glimpse of the changes that have taken place during the offseason; it is the culmination of several weeks of tireless work, endless drills and long practices. In many ways, a college […]
This week, Ryan Wright discusses Frank Ocean’s new album, producer phenom Travis Scott, a new release from BadBadNotGood and more.
Ryan Wright discusses Flatbush Zombies, Chance the Rapper, hometown artist XV and more.
Andrew Wiggins declared for the NBA draft Monday afternoon. The 19-year-old freshman guard, accompanied by his parents Mitchell and Marita, and his older brother Mitchell Wiggins Jr. Wiggins’s father said that he thought Andrew entering the draft was the best choice for him and the decision to leave college was Andrew’s to make. The second […]
For audience members, Rock Chalk Revue will simply be one night of entertainment. For the performers and crew, the show has been their lives since the beginning of the school year. The Rock Chalk Revue process begins early in August for the advisory board, which meets every Wednesday until the show date. After groups have […]
The dance “human, next,” created by KU professors James Moreno and Benjamin Rosenthal, is on its way to New York this month. Moreno, an assistant professor of dance, and Rosenthal, an assistant visual arts professor, along with University dancers Lydia Snell, Kelly Casper, Natali Diaz and Sarah O’Keeffe will perform at The Wild Project, a […]
Student Union Activities presented an amendment in front of Student Senate Wednesday to maintain the current $5 Activities fee instead of the proposed 50 cent cut to $4.50. This fee amendment would bring no change during the current year, but the amendment was accepted for next year. Senate has voiced its concerns that SUA should […]