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March 5, 2004
Vol. 28, No. 12

KU mourns Clarke Wescoe
Fall events schedule unites Band Day, Family Weekend
Campus food services to blend operations
Wescoe Terrace to see expansion
Spring enrollment records set
Expo experiments
Wheat State Whirlwind plans Kansas expedition
Professor took road less traveled to field of study
Pulitzer-winning journalist comes to KU for lecture

Flock to be feathered, new plumage revealed
Faculty art to be featured in exhibit
Employees of the month honored
Lawsuit appeal dismissed

Judge rules for KU in Watkins Trust case

Drill to highlight safety procedures

‘Really Rosie’ reading
Experts to pour into water conference
Delicate dance

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Experts to pour into water conference

Water experts from across Kansas and the nation will meet in Lawrence March 11 to discuss the future of water and the state. The annual “Water and the Future of Kansas” conference is sponsored by several water agencies and hosted this year by the Kansas Geological Survey, based at KU.

The theme of this year’s meeting is “Competing Priorities, Resolving Conflicts.” The public conference will be at the Lawrence Holiday Inn Holidome, 200 McDonald Drive, and registration costs $75.

Don Worster, KU professor of history, will be a featured speaker. For more information, including registration guidelines, go to

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