Life at KU

KU’s 143rd Commencement Ceremony

Congratulations to the class of 2015, and to the University of Kansas for its 143rd Commencement; here undergraduate and graduate students were congratulated for there degree completion and awarded honory degrees. Continue reading to witness the days events in pictures taken at the commencement! The Last Attendance Call flickr Before commencement, students excitedly lined up... Continue reading KU’s 143rd Commencement Ceremony
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10 tips for applying to an internship

You've learned about common ways to find out about internships. Now we’ll talk about what to do when applying. Follow these tips and you’ll better your chances of getting great internships! Note: As an international student in the USA looking for an internship, you’ll need to make sure you’re eligible for CPT, or Curricular Practical Training. Speak... Continue reading 10 tips for applying to an internship
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The college crunch: How to manage your time (Part 1)

Why is time management important? Because you’re absolutely, positively not avoiding work by reading this post, right? Just kidding, this post is clearly very important. Also important? Efficiently managing your time. In college, you have classes, studying, papers, group projects and more. It’s up to you to make sure things get done. Welcome to the... Continue reading The college crunch: How to manage your time (Part 1)
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Million Dollar Quartet KU AAP Event

Check out KU AAP's latest adventure to the Million Dollar Quartet, performed in Lawrence, Kansas's very own Lied Center. The Million Dollar Quartet is the high voltage Tony® Award-winning Broadway musical, inspired by the phenomenal true story of the famed recording session where Sam Phillips, the “Father of Rock ‘n’ Roll” brought together icons Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash,... Continue reading Million Dollar Quartet KU AAP Event
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KU AAP Easter Event

Happy Easter from the KU AAP! This Easter Sunday, we organized an Easter Bash to celebrate and introduce students to some fun American traditions. We had a delicious picnic on the grass around Potter Lake, a highly competitive Easter Egg Hunt (the winner found 80 eggs!), and played several intense games of “ninja”. Food Fun David, a KU AAP student services advisor,... Continue reading KU AAP Easter Event