Tell us a secret: I miss having Mizzou in the Big 12 because all that hatred goes to waste. I try to hate Iowa State, but it’s just not the same.
Whom do people say you look like? One of The Coreys from the ’80s before my hair was blue. I can’t remember which one.
Whom do people say you look like? My husband says that I look like Kate Middleton. I’m sure he’s just flattering me!
Whom do people say you look like? Unfortunately, no one but ever since I lost my hair I modeled myself after Isaac Hayes.
Tell us a secret: In the past 10 years, I flew more than 2 million miles.
Fashion trends you hate: The saggy diaper pants that Justin Bieber wears. That’s the only thing that I can’t handle.
Kansas Public Radio host Laura Lorson moved on to another episode of "Jeopardy!" after winning the show that aired Thursday.
Describe your style: In high school, I used to wear a lot of sports styles. But since I’m at the university now, I try to dress like a young lady.
Describe your style: I love the color blue, all shades of gray as well as khakis and jeans in general. My style is quite colorful, classic and simple.
Standing next to a smaller, televised picture of herself, Laura Lorson described her high-pressure experience on the television game show "Jeopardy!" "It's just like your life is ebbing away," she said about the show's theme song as it played during Final Jeopardy. "It's just trickling through your fingertips."
As moderator of “Quest,” a televised quiz bowl competition for Kansas high school students, Laura Lorson is used to dishing out tough questions. On Wednesday, audiences nationwide can watch Lorson as a contestant on “Jeopardy!” — where she’ll be the one on the hot seat.
Tattoos or piercings: None, but I have a (silhouette of) a tomahawk branded on my arm.
Describe your style: Generally speaking, I’d have to say I’m grandma chic.
Tell us a secret: My dad’s name is Calvin and my mom’s middle name is Yvonne. They put that together to create my name, “Calvionne”!
Tell us a secret: I got a role in the musical “Flora and the Red Menace” and it’s the dance part. I’m the character that does all the dancing, and basically I have never really danced…
A Kansas University alumna who has found success on "Sesame Street" will share stories from her career with the children's television series Monday at KU.
This year, take the stress out of the Valentine’s Day equation with our rundown of interesting and original activities to do with that special someone. Whether you’re happily coupled or going solo, there’s something for everyone to love this weekend in Lawrence.
Fashion trends you love: Mixing athletic wear/sporty look with a vintage look. I’m also trying to grow out the man-bun: long hair! That’s a trend I like.
Tattoos or piercings: Several tattoos. My favorite says, “Though she be but little, she is fierce,” which is written in script is for inspiration.
You’d think that people would have had enough of silly love songs, or so sings Paul McCartney on the 1976 Wings track. But Katlyn Conroy, a local musician who is crafting personalized tunes for customers just in time for Valentine’s Day, looks around Lawrence and sees it isn’t so.