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Feeling nostalgic about the show that first taught us we can go anywhere and do anything! KU Film and Media Studies is the proud home to a piece of Reading Rainbow history. This Oxberry 35mm camera was used by Centron Films in the TV show's early animations. Thanks to grad student Josh Wille for the photo!

ALS Ice Bucket Challenge - KU deans Danny Anderson, dean of the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, and Ann Cudd, vice provost and dean of KU Undergraduate Studies, take the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge with a little help from Big Jay and Provost Jeff Vitter.


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