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University Cancer Center approved by National Cancer Institute

By Dylan Derryberry

This story was published on Kansan.com on Saturday, June 30, 2012

The University of Kansas Cancer Center (KUCC) may officially be able to call itself a National Cancer Institute (NCI). 198 more words

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Harlem Renaissance activists remembered locally and nationally

  • An English class at Liberty Memorial Central Middle School in Lawrence has taken up a different medium this semester to study the influence of Aaron Douglas…
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Mommy Matters: Organizations offer unique ways to show Mom love

  • With Mother’s Day right around the corner, the LJWorld is asking for loving sons and daughters to say why they love their moms for a chance to be featured in the  
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Organizations celebrate legacy of Titanic for 100th Anniversary of voyage

By Dylan Derryberry

James Cameron’s “Titanic” swept the world by storm in the late 90s and for many it was their first experience with a more mature film. 729 more words

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Funky Fashion: Designers compete for awards, some using unique materials

  • Lawrence youth Ryal Mitchell won first place in the national “Make it With Wool” fashion design competition sponsored by the American Sheep Industry Association. Mitchell’s equestrian inspired wool outfit won $1,500 in scholarships reports Christina Woods of Lawrence.com.
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Active Art: Exhibits Offer Audience Inclusion

  • Lawrence will host an interactive art show detailing the life of a butterfly with a combination of music, sounds, dance and colorful lighting. “Farfelle” will be featured at the Lied Center from April 10-14, reports Chansi Long of Lawrence.com.
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National and Regional Film Festivals offer wide variety

  • The eighth annual American Indian Film Festival debuts this weekend in Lawrence and will feature 10 films including a zombie tale titled “The Dead Can’t Dance.” The LJ World staff has the story about the festival which is sponsored by Haskell Indian Nations University.
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