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March 19, 2004
Vol. 28, No. 13

Opportunities for Chinese study bring former carpenter to KU
named dean

Obesity program shrinks people, expands in state
KU highlights university impact during Capitol event
KU architecture professor wins award for international work
Employees of the month honored
Washington internships prepare for work, life
History Lesson
‘World Music’ returns

At the top of the hill
Political strategist Carville to lecture
Hover Hawk

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This Week In KU History Quiz

Q:What Democratic senator announced his bid for the presidency at twin speeches on the KU and Kansas State University campuses?

A: Sen. Robert F. Kennedy opened his presidential campaign on March 18, 1968, with speeches at KU and K-State. The senator gave a morning address in Manhattan and then came to Lawrence. In his speech Kennedy tackled national issues including the Vietnam War and student protests.

Information supplied by This Week in KU History, a project of the KU Memorial Unions.

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