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How Lucky We Have It
Fourth NCAA championship ignites memorable hoops hysteria
by CHRIS LAZZARINO
Issue 2, 2022
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Happy Campers
Saying yes to adventure, a Jayhawk couple make the most of their passion for parks
by STEVEN HILL
Issue 2, 2022
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Road to Recovery
The Cofrin Logan Center is advancing addiction science to help people find new ways to live
by Jen Humphrey
Issue 1, 2022
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Danny and Goliath
The battle against an e-commerce giant is the latest fight for bookstore with ‘feisty’ history
by Steven Hill
Issue 1, 2022
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'Everybody has a Story'
Newly minted Army officer preserves memories of those who came before
by CHRIS LAZZARINO
Issue 1, 2022
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Lessons in Leadership
New Dole Institute director Audrey Coleman continues late senator's work to encourage bipartisan public service
by JENNIFER JACKSON DANNER
Issue 4, 2021
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Statistics for Smarties and Other Fun Stuff
Teaching statistics with humor or recording his bubblegum pop podcast, Bruce Frey prefers the sunny side of the street
by Chris Lazzarino
Issue 4, 2021
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First Sight
Hidden gems and the latest finds are on display at the Spencer
by Jennifer Jackson Sanner
Issue 4, 2021
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A Man Walks Into a Bar
An aspiring stand-up comedian sets out to chase his long-held dream—one dusty, thirsty, footsore step at a time
by Steven Hill
Issue 3, 2021
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Make the Dream Work
Teamwork between vaccine architect Barney Graham and psychiatrist Cynthia Turner-Graham makes their world, and ours, a better place
by Chris Lazzarino
Issue 3, 2021
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More than Meets the Eye
Rural Kansas Photo Contest aims to highlight state’s charms—to prospective health care providers and the rest of us
by Steven Hill
Issue 3, 2021
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My Son’s Story
Jerri Niebaum Clark writes about her journey through her son's mental illness, suicide and her path to advocacy.
by Jerri Niebaum Clark

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Next big step
by CHRIS LAZZARINO
BY DAN STOREY
At long last, ’70 and ’72 grads walk down the Hill
At long last, ’70 and ’72 grads walk down the Hill
BY STEVEN HILL
Five for five
Five for five
BY JENNIFER JACKSON SANNER
After breaking barriers in her own career, author tells story of young ‘pioneer’
After breaking barriers in her own career, author tells story of young ‘pioneer’
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Positive progress
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by MEGAN HIRT
Health hardships guide social worker

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Road to Recovery

Issue 2, 2022
by Jen Humphrey

The Cofrin Logan Center is advancing addiction science to help people find new ways to live

How Lucky We Have It

Issue 2, 2022
by CHRIS LAZZARINO

Fourth NCAA championship ignites memorable hoops hysteria

Happy Campers

Issue 2, 2022
by STEVEN HILL

Saying yes to adventure, a Jayhawk couple make the most of their passion for parks

Danny and Goliath

Issue 1, 2022
by Steven Hill

The battle against an e-commerce giant is the latest fight for bookstore with ‘feisty’ history

Lessons in Leadership

Issue 1, 2022
by JENNIFER JACKSON DANNER

New Dole Institute director Audrey Coleman continues late senator's work to encourage bipartisan public service

'Everybody has a Story'

Issue 1, 2022
by CHRIS LAZZARINO

Newly minted Army officer preserves memories of those who came before

My Son’s Story

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by Jerri Niebaum Clark

Jerri Niebaum Clark writes about her journey through her son's mental illness, suicide and her path to advocacy.

More than Meets the Eye

Issue 3, 2021
by Steven Hill

Rural Kansas Photo Contest aims to highlight state’s charms—to prospective health care providers and the rest of us

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