Geography students images

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Freshmen Brianna Mears from Austin, Texas and Lauren Enos from Springfield, Missouri work on completing a lab about orographic uplift in GEOG 105. Mears and Enos are students in geography teaching assistant Morgan Okeson’s introduction to geography lab in Lindley Hall. Ashley Hocking/KANSAN
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Freshman Claire Hessenflow from Leawood, sophomore Jordan Nicoll from London and sophomore Neil McCarthy from Omaha, Nebraska work together on a geography lab about orographic uplift in room 418 of Lindley Hall. The students are enrolled in geography teaching assistant Morgan Okeson’s introduction to geography lab. Ashley Hocking/KANSAN
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Geography teaching assistant and Master’s student Morgan Okeson helps freshmen Tess Pereira from Lake Quivira, Ethan Freud from Newton and You Fu from China with a problem on a geography lab about orographic uplift in Lindley Hall. Okeson does research on the implications of climate change on the environment. Ashley Hocking/KANSAN

I am a photographer for the University Daily Kansan. I took these pictures during a geography lab in Lindley Hall on Feb. 9, 2017. The pictures were published on the Kansan’s website.

Anastasia Rychagova Picture (2)

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Sophomore Anastasia Rychagova from Moscow, Russia hits the ball to the other side of the court during a singles match at Jayhawk Tennis Center on Jan. 20. Rychagova won both her doubles and singles matches of the night against Saint Louis. The Jayhawks beat Saint Louis 6-1. Ashley Hocking/KANSAN

I am a photographer for the University Daily Kansan. I took this picture of Anastasia Rychagov on Jan. 20, 2017. It was published on the Kansan’s website.

Gender-Neutral Bathrooms Picture

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Gender-neutral restrooms offer a safe and comfortable place for students, staff and faculty to use the restroom on campus. Gender-neutral bathrooms are located in 13 buildings at the University. Ashley Hocking/KANSAN

I am a photographer for the University Daily Kansan. I took this picture of a gender-neutral bathroom in Anschutz Library at the University of Kansas on Jan. 23, 2017. It was published on the Kansan’s website.