Andy Hyland Higher education reporter
Andy Hyland covers higher education issues for the Lawrence Journal-World
- Snowy owls head south in search of food
- 06:00 a.m., December 31, 2011 Updated 12:00 a.m.
- While the lack of snow on the ground may have put a damper on the holiday season, it’s something of a boon for those trying to spot a rare sight around these parts.
- Injury accidents gnarl traffic on three highways
- KHP closes K-10 for six hours
- August 26, 2011
- All lanes of Kansas Highway 10 near Eudora were reopened shortly after 10:15 p.m. after the Kansas Highway Patrol’s commercial vehicle accident reconstruction team investigated a serious accident from earlier Thursday afternoon.
- Family, friends remember three people who died Sunday night in Leavenworth County accident
- October 12, 2010
- Stephanie Conn, 22, and Jake Henry, 21, were killed when their car collided with a second car driven by Mathew Nuzik, a 30-year-old Basehor man. Nuzik also died at the scene.
- Perkins abruptly retires from KU athletics
- September 8, 2010
- The buzzer has sounded on Lew Perkins’ tenure as Kansas University athletics director.
- Lawrence media outlets seek records on Mangino’s buyout
- December 4, 2009
- Three Lawrence media outlets, the Lawrence Journal-World, 6News and KUsports.com, have filed a Kansas Open Records Act request with Kansas Athletics Inc. to obtain details of the settlement agreement reached with football coach Mark Mangino.
- Baker students also plan trip to inauguration
- January 16, 2009
- Sixteen Baker University students won’t just be earning credit between semesters this winter, they’ll also get a chance to witness a little history, too.
- Can Obama make change happen?
- January 16, 2009
- Outside observers agree — it’s pretty likely that newly-minted President Barack Obama will be able to deliver on the change he has promised the country. At least parts of it, anyway.
- Future bright for Baker University senior
- Greg Rogers will graduate in December with a major in business and a minor in music and psychology
- December 2, 2008
- In many ways, it’s a typical morning for any Baker University student. Greg Rogers has no classes on Thursdays, but he’s still out the door of his Zeta Chi fraternity house at 9:30 a.m. He’s off to a morning piano lesson, a chapel service and a lunch with friends after the service.