Millennials not worried about terrorism
With more shootings in the United States than there have been days in the year, according to the Washington Post, terrorism is becoming a quickly rising topic. Americans ranked terrorism as the top priority in January for Obama and Congress, according to the Pew Research Center. Terrorism had a 76 percent rating, and was one of 23 important topic options.
15 Coffee places within 10 minutes KU
Finals are in two weeks for the students at the University of Kansas. Finals mean libraries, late nights, and coffee. For KU students, it is extremely important to know where the closest, and open, coffee place is. So here is a list of 15 coffee places, ranked on when they close.
Thai instead of Chinese for the holidays
As the holidays approach, so do the family gatherings and large meals. For those who don’t celebrate or don’t want to cook, Chinese food tends to be the go-to meal. But Aree Proctor wants people to switch it up and get Thai food.
$50,000 for KU bus shelter approved
Authorization of a local match of $50,000 for the “Jayhawk Boulevard Streetscaping Project” was agreed upon during the Lawrence City Commission meeting Tuesday night. With the authorization also came a letter of support for the Transportation Alternatives Grant Application. The authorization and support came with a 5-0 vote from the commission.
Brewed to perfect caffeine levels
With 83 percent of adults in the United States drinking an average of three cups of coffee per person in 2013, according to the National Coffee Association, that equals out to 587 million cups. For the students at the University of Kansas, the beginning of November brings the last six weeks of class and hundreds of cups of coffee.
Change is in the Air
On a crisp fall morning, the smell of hot coffee and the warmth of a freshly made crepe are something that anyone would want to have while walking around to look for produce. At the Lawrence Farmers Market, this is a scene that is found more often than not.
Community Fights Bench-less Bus Stops
Lawrence, Kan. – Seeing people who are unable to stand being forced to at bus stops is something that has really spoken to the community. KT Walsh, a community member, in particular has decided that is it time for the Lawrence community, and for the city, to band together in order to make sure those who can’t stand have the option to sit.