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Samira Sayeh

Samira Sayeh, assistant professor of French and Italian, specializes in Francophone literature and culture and the history of countries other than France that speak the language. Read More

The film is one of only 118 movies chosen from more than 9,000 submitted for the festival om Park City, Utah. KU students played various roles in the production of the movie, from co-director of photography, to running boom microphones and helping edit. Full Story Ľ

Campus News

Art In the Open

Among the many beauties of the KU campus are its public sculptures and other artworks. Take a "gallery walk" on Mount Oread with our new guide to the history behind the statues, courtyards and fountains. Take a tour

New View of KU

A new structure north of Lawrence will provide a spectacular view of the Kansas River valley and KU. The platform is the result of combined efforts of KU architecture students and two Lawrence residents. Read More

Research Unearths Die-off Timetable

Adrian Melott, professor of physics and astronomy, has found more evidence that biodiversity on Earth grows and shrinks in a regular 62-million-year cycle, give or take a few million years. Read More

Healthy Hawks

Start the semester with a spring in your step. KU's Hawk Health program provides a range of online resources created by health professionals for students to support a healthy lifestyle. Learn More

Bottle Fountain

KU art student Matthew Farley has turned the Chi Omega Fountain into a public art display. "Frozen Assets," made from about 1,000 empty water bottles, is on display through January. Read More

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