Nov. 5, 2004
Vol. 29, No. 6

Ceremony to honor veterans
• Librarian to return as vice provost
H.O.P.E. award finalists selected
Monster on Mass
Capitol Steps to headline Dole political humor series
Student center renamed AAAC
Judicial review
Student housing proposes 2005-06 rate increases
Discount offered on women’s basketball tickets
Medical center names new leadership team
Retirement is end of era at KU
Retiree reception
Faculty members plan sabbaticals

‘Tunnel of Oppression’ to return

KU campaign nearing goal

KU employees of the month recognized
Liberal library
Family gives KU $4M

Showcase features device created at KU
School of Education receives gift
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Judicial review

Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas lectures students Oct. 28 in the KU law school. During the visit, his fourth to KU, Thomas taught classes and conducted several forums and receptions with students and faculty. Other Supreme Court justices to visit the KU law school have included Stephen G. Breyer and Antonin Scalia in 2001. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg is expected to visit in March 2005. Retired Supreme Court Justice Byron R. White visited in 1996. R. Steve Dick/University Relations

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