Student Ambassadors Photograph

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KU student ambassadors Allie Melendez and David Stine lead a campus tour for incoming freshman and their parents outside of the KU Visitor Center on Nov. 11. Ashley Hocking/KANSAN

I am a photographer for the University Daily Kansan. I took this picture of two KU student ambassadors leading a tour group of incoming freshman and their parents on Nov. 11, 2016.  It was printed in the Dec. 6, 2016 edition of the newspaper, and published on the Kansan’s website.

McKenzie Calvert Photograph (3)

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Guard McKenzie Calvert, a sophomore from Schertz, Texas, prepares to pass the ball to a teammate during the second half of the women’s basketball game on Nov. 27. Kansas beat North Dakota 76-71 in overtime. Ashley Hocking/KANSAN

I am a photographer for the University Daily Kansan. I took this picture of McKenzie Calvert during the women’s basketball game on Nov. 27, 2016.  It was printed in the Dec. 6, 2016 edition of the newspaper, and published on the Kansan’s website.

Barney Warf Photograph

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Professor Barney Warf discusses the unlikelihood of Kansas legalizing marijuana. Warf is a geography professor at KU. Ashley Hocking/KANSAN

I am a photographer for the University Daily Kansan. I took this portrait of KU geography professor Barney Warf on Nov. 9, 2016. It was printed in the Dec. 8, 2016 edition of the newspaper and published on the Kansan’s website.

Merrill Evans Portrait

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Merrill Evans is the Campus Assistance, Research and Education (CARE) Coordinator. Evans coordinates support services for individuals impacted by sexual assault, sexual battery, partner/dating violence and stalking. Ashley Hocking/KANSAN

I am a photographer for the University Daily Kansan. I took this portrait of Merrill Evans outside of Watkins Health Services on Nov. 18, 2016.  It was printed in the Dec. 1, 2016 edition of the newspaper, and published on the Kansan’s website.