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January 23, 2004
Vol. 28, No. 9

Women of Distcintion
Boatright to lead legislative team
Top Hispanic advocacy group taps Murguia
Regents to study civil service
KU, Union Station team up for Science City fossil exhibit
Lincoln Week to bring scholars, authors to KU
Literacy leaders
Injured administrator released from hospital
KU United Way fund drive exceeds goal

Meningitis vaccine available at Watkins
Honoring King
Professor receives national award
KU faculty members named among first Kauffman scholars
KU athletic equipment hits home run with soldiers
Head Start expert to present seminar at KU

Ticketing policies taking shape
Athletics presents public ticket policy to advisory committee
GAP gives credit for global work
Employees of the month honored
KGS director appoints wind energy task force
Tangerine Dream
KU First
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Boys sit on a brick wall in front of Old Fraser Hall—then known as University Hall—in a photograph taken in about 1882. When the hall opened in the fall of 1872, it was simply called the “New Building,” and was considered a marvel of nineteenth-century construction. After great protest, the building was razed in August 1965. University Archives, Kenneth Spencer Research Library, University of Kansas Libraries

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