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'What to do at KU' to hit newsstands Feb. 8

"What to do at KU," a 24-page printed compilation of spring 2007 public events at KU, will be inserted Feb. 8 into the Lawrence Journal-World.

The newsprint supplement lists KU events open to the public. The events were submitted to the calendar Web site by designated calendar administrators throughout campus.

To become a calendar administrator for your unit, visit the KU events calendar and click on "request a user account."

The free supplement will also be available at various locations around campus and Lawrence, including the Lawrence Visitor Information Center, the Lawrence Public Library and the KU Visitor Center. Extra copies will be available for pickup at University Relations in the Wesley Building.

Anyone with questions about posting events to the online calendar should contact Lauren Beatty, calendar editor for University Relations, at 864-8856 or kucalendar@ku.edu.

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