After-Shock – The Next Economy and America’s Future is the latest offering by former Labor Secretary Robert B. Reich. Here, Reich reviews the recent recession and asserts his diagnosis that the cause of the current stagnant economy is that too much national income has gone to the rich in the last 40 years, which has induced the federal […]
Staff Picks: ‘Tis the Season
What I thought was going to be a foray into the interesting and closely guarded world of avant-garde graffiti art turned into a strange story about a French emigrant with mental issues and a camera. At least I think that’s what it was about. Sound interesting? That’s because Exit Through the Gift Shop is one wild ride […]
Presentation: “Rock the Casbah: Rage and Rebellion Across the Islamic World” 7pm, Washburn Room, Memorial Union Robin B. Wright, an internationally recognized journalist, author and foreign policy analyst, discusses her latest book in which she explores the Arab revolts, counter-jihad against extremism and the challenge to theocratic rule a decade after 9/11. She is currently […]
Some of your favorite books might not be where you expect them next time you visit the library. Find out where we’ve shifted materials and why in this post.
Join Nate as he shares with prospective Dads the difference between store brand and name brand groceries as taught to him by his pregnant wife.
We asked the artists in our current art exhibit, Kansas Masters, what advice they have for new artists and what the word “master” means to them.