Experiences at the University of Kansas are unique and yet familiar in their tradition and sentimentality. The shared passion for KU unites students, alumni, friends and family in ways only found among Jayhawks. Enjoy a few experiences that might bring back fond memories or even show you something new!
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KU alumna artist Megh Knappenberger
Join Megh Knappenberger, a 2004 graduate with a degree in fine art, as she talks about her creative process — and you might just recognize the figure in her work.
Spencer Museum of Art
Take a few minutes to enjoy the exhibition “Healing, Knowing, Seeing the Body,” from the Spencer Museum of Art.
Bales Recital Hall Concert
The Bales Recital Hall is celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2021. Enjoy a concert on the organ by a student performer from the comfort of home.
KU Cancer Center Lab Tour
Dr. Andy Godwin is one of many working to find a cure for cancer at the KU Cancer Center. Follow him on a tour of his lab and see the amazing work that the Center’s doctors and researchers do every day.
Enjoy a performance by Doctors’ Notes, an a cappella group at the KU Medical Center made up of dedicated medical students who want to add some musical fun to their busy lives.
Big Jay and Baby Jay Workout
Take a break from your busy day and join Big Jay and Baby Jay for a quick, fun workout!