President Obama unveils his 2012 budget today. White House Budget Director, Jacob Lew discusses the plan.
A Lawrence floral shop teams up with Habitat for Humanity to bring happiness to joy to those receiving flowers today.
Today art students held a Valentine’s Day print party. The proceeds from the fundraising event will go towards KU’s delegation at the Southern Graphics Council Conference in St. Louis in March. Guests could support fellow students by paying 10 dollars for a print on a T-shirt as well as buyng homemade cookies. According to organizers, the event turned out to be successful.
KU students, faculty and Lawrence residents met over their lunch breaks today at the Kansas Union to listen to guest speaker Zanice Bond de Perez present her research and outline of a book she is drafting about lynching in a small community in Tennessee. The Department of African and African American Studies holds these forums on the second Monday of every academic month.
John Priddle of the Lawrence Meals on Wheel program talks about the organization’s hope to find a new caterer for its clientele.
The Lawrence Public Library’s director, Bruce Flanders talks about the projects being planned for the library.
Thomas Heilke, Director of the KU Center for Global and International Studies talks about the U.S. administration’s handling of the crisis in Egypt.
KUJH TV Anchors Kevin Larson and Courtney Bullis detail Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak’s resignation.
John Carroll discusses his five years as editor at the Los Angeles Times when the paper won 13 Pulitzer Prizes.
John Carroll talks about what it feels like to receive the William Allen White national citation.