The newspaper obit was short. Only five lines.
Thomas “Todd” Seymour, 95, of Lawrence died peacefully at home on Friday, December 2, 2022. He was born on May 4, 1927 in Leavenworth, KS. He was preceded in death by his wife, Jeannot, and is
Aside from the Civil War days, has this country and its citizens ever been as divided as they are today? Not just “divided” but angry, mad, frustrated and afraid of what is happening to this country.
Years ago, Barack Obama was winding up his presidential campaign
For the past few months this writer has been trying to put together past experiences, memorable events and the history of his family. As one longtime, but now dead friend told me, “You always need to have your bag packed as you never know when
On April 19, the Lawrence Journal-World carried a story reporting “The University of Kansas hopes to undertake a $40 million renovation of Watson Library, according to a new plan filed with the Kansas Board of Regents.”On June 8, the Journal-World had a story reporting “The
The state of Kansas is losing far too many of its outstanding high school graduates to other states.
Likewise, Kansas University is losing an embarrassing share of these students to KSU and other smaller Kansas schools.
KU administrators, alumni and friends enjoy referring to the University of
The death of Jon Wefald marks the end, the final chapter, of a remarkable lifetime of leadership, vision, hard work and success in the field of higher education. He’s gone but the tremendously good accomplishments he engineered will pay dividends for years for Kansas State
The headline on the front page of the Lawrence Journal-World stated: “University Senate Resolution: KU Has Become Toxic, Undemocratic”. The sub head reads “Leaders are asking Chancellor to create governance task force”.This probably understates the actual, overall environment of worry, frustration, disappointment, anger, uncertainty and
In late 2019, a deadly virus called Covid-19 entered the United States. Its origin remains questionable. It has caused close to 1 million deaths in the U. S. and millions more around the world. In many ways the virus brought the world’s most powerful nation