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Issue 4, 2023
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Life, amplified
Affected by hearing loss at a young age, KU-trained audiologist Jessica Johnson now provides help and hope to those facing hearing challenges of their own.
by Megan Hirt
Issue 4, 2023
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At long last
New book offers a comprehensive look at the Jayhawk and the beloved bird’s place in Kansas and KU history.
by Chris Lazzarino
Issue 4, 2023
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Beat of a different drum
KU alumnus Brandon Sanders arrived on the jazz scene much like he plays: in his own sweet time.
by Steven Hill
Issue 3, 2023
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Swiftology
What can millions of Taylor Swift fans tell us about human community and pop culture? A KU sociology professor is finding out.
by Steven Hill
Issue 3, 2023
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Rural renewal
An alumna’s passion for preserving historic buildings has brought tourism, vitality to a small Kansas town.
by Megan Hirt
Issue 3, 2023
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Modernism, here and now
An expansive new textbook and a bold Spencer Museum acquisition expand KU’s modern art mastery.
by Chris Lazzarino

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Issue 4, 2023
Challah by Hannah: Alumna creates popular pop-up bakery
by Steven Hill
BY Steven Hill
Toy restorer commands largest public display of iconic G.I. Joes
Toy restorer commands largest public display of iconic G.I. Joes
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BY Chris Lazzarino
Western Civ at KU: Gone but not forgotten
Western Civ at KU: Gone but not forgotten
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BY Eric Thomas
The day Taylor Swift came to class
The day Taylor Swift came to class
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Issue 4, 2023
by Jennifer Jackson Sanner
KU launches historic Ever Onward campaign
Issue 4, 2023
by Chris Lazzarino
‘Banner year’: KU enrollment numbers rise ‘by every metric’
Issue 4, 2023
by Steven Hill
Thirteen KU professors honored with teaching awards

Features

Life, amplified

Issue 4, 2023
by Megan Hirt

Affected by hearing loss at a young age, KU-trained audiologist Jessica Johnson now provides help and hope to those facing hearing challenges of their own.

At long last

Issue 4, 2023
by Chris Lazzarino

New book offers a comprehensive look at the Jayhawk and the beloved bird’s place in Kansas and KU history.

Beat of a different drum

Issue 4, 2023
by Steven Hill

KU alumnus Brandon Sanders arrived on the jazz scene much like he plays: in his own sweet time.

Swiftology

Issue 3, 2023
by Steven Hill

What can millions of Taylor Swift fans tell us about human community and pop culture? A KU sociology professor is finding out.

Rural renewal

Issue 3, 2023
by Megan Hirt

An alumna’s passion for preserving historic buildings has brought tourism, vitality to a small Kansas town.

Modernism, here and now

Issue 3, 2023
by Chris Lazzarino

An expansive new textbook and a bold Spencer Museum acquisition expand KU’s modern art mastery.

Grand entrance: KU’s new Jayhawk Welcome Center

Issue 2, 2023
by Jennifer Jackson Sanner

Video wizardry and true-blue hospitality convince University of Kansas recruits that the Hill can be home.

Tracey Lien confronts mystery, myth in debut novel

Issue 2, 2023
by Steven Hill

Alumna writes of her childhood home in Australia in ‘All That’s Left Unsaid.’

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Issue 3, 2023
Mucci, Seuferling receive Fred Ellsworth Medallion
by Jennifer Jackson Sanner
BY Kansas Alumni staff
KU Alumni Association Board elects 2023-’24 officers
KU Alumni Association Board elects 2023-’24 officers
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BY Jennifer Jackson Sanner
Colossal investment boosts KU Cancer Center project
Colossal investment boosts KU Cancer Center project
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KU Commencement 2023: Best feet forward
KU Commencement 2023: Best feet forward
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Hail to Old KU

Issue 3, 2023
A KU sorority house’s blaze of glory
by Chris Lazzarino
BY Chris Lazzarino
Tan Man turns 80!
Tan Man turns 80!
Tan Man KU
BY Chris Lazzarino
Well, hey there, sweet Baby Jay!
Well, hey there, sweet Baby Jay!
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Flock forebears: Hannah Oliver
Flock forebears: Hannah Oliver
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