In the spring, the university announced it bought a new ticketing system that uses license plate recognition software and costs about $25,000 a year — a $10,000 to $15,000 increase from the old system — with a one-time equipment and installation cost of around $100,000.
But until last week it had not been put to use.
Twenty dollars for a bowl of chili seems steep, but for the “Empty Bowls Chili Cookoff” at Wichita State Saturday, the money went towards good cause.
All the proceeds from the cookoff went to the Kansas Food Ba... Read More »
With federal election drama sweeping the nation, it can be easy to forget about state politics. On Wednesday afternoon in the CAC Theater, representatives for the WSU College Republicans and College Democrats debated the... Read More »
William Shakespeare influenced many over the centuries, including French Composer Hector Berlioz.
Berlioz wrote “Beatrice and Benedict” in 1858, based on Shakespeare’s comedy “Much Ado About Nothing.”
The... Read More »
The birds are back in town – and looking better than they have in years.
The Ulrich Museum of Art held a reception on their south balcony celebrating the near-completed restoration of Joan Miró’s “Personnage Oiseaux"... Read More »