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Kansas woman who joined ISIS sentenced to 20 years

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A Kansas woman who led an all-female ISIS battalion in Syria has been given the maximum sentence of 20 years in prison. Allison Fluke-Ekren, who grew up in Overbrook, pleaded guilty to “terrorism” ...

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Where Missouri and Kansas colleges rank for ‘free speech’

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Where do Missouri and Kansas universities come in on the list of “Worst Colleges for Free Speech” for the 2022-2023 school year? The Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression (FIRE) released its third ...

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University of Kansas offering course in “Angry White Male Studies”

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Families planning to send their kids to the University of Kansas this fall may want to take a close look at the course offerings. “Angry White Male Studies” will examine the rise ...

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Jury convicts former KU professor of hiding ties to Chinese government

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Feng Tao, a former professor at the University of Kansas, has been convicted of hiding his ties to the Communist Chinese government. A federal jury found him guilty of three counts of ...

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KU Sorority student placed on probation due to political retweet gets national attention

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Recently, University of Kansas sophomore Katherine Lauer re-tweeted a political tweet posted by a conservative political pundit. The response to the retweet was being placed on probation from the Kappa Alpha Theta ...

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KU professor charged with crimes for keeping work for Communist China secret           

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Growing concern about China is hitting close to home – this time at KU. Feng Tao, an associate professor and researcher at the University of Kansas, has been charged with two counts ...

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FROM THE CHEAP SEATS – KU sports problems

It should have come as no surprise that the NCAA levied some serious allegations against the KU basketball team. They were charged with three Level 1 violations and a lack of institutional ...

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Kansas Regents zero out tuition hikes for in-state undergrads

The Kansas Board of Regents pressured state university officials to rethink tuition hikes, and the schools did just that. In-state tuition for undergraduates at all state campuses will be flat or reduced ...

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Why reaching the campus with Christ is critical

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If you could change the world, where would you start? Would you start by ridding the world of tyrants? Would you re-do the education or legal system? No, you would go to ...

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