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
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Family gives KU $4M

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Discount offered on women’s basketball tickets

Women’s basketball Coach Bonnie Henrickson is recruiting KU faculty and staff to join the team this season.  

“ I’ve always told fans, ‘We need you in the stands to root for us and help us win,’ “Henrickson said. “If our fans don’t come watch us play—if fans don’t help us win—they become our opponent.”

The athletics department is doing its part to assist Henrickson’s recruiting effort. KU faculty and staff may purchase 2004-05 KU women’s basketball season tickets at a discounted rate of $77—a savings of 20 percent off the regular-season ticket price.

Also, for the first time in program history, people 55 and older may purchase reserved season tickets for $48.

The Jayhawks play 18 games in Allen Fieldhouse this season, including two exhibition contests, eight non-conference games and eight matchups with Big 12 foes.

Single game tickets are available for $6 for adults and $3 for youth. Groups of 20 or more receive a $2 discount per ticket for all games except Kansas State.

The Kansas State game has been designated a premium game and all tickets will be $15.

“ One of the great things about KU is the passion and vision for basketball in the state of Kansas,” Henrickson said. “Our program has had success historically, and now it is my responsibility and my staff’s responsibility to re-establish tradition and to build this program into something very, very special.”

To order tickets, call 1-800-34-HAWKS, log on to, or visit the Allen Fieldhouse ticket office.


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