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Time to open the windows.
Mstly sunny with ahigh near 69. Nrth-west winds arund5 t 10 mph becmesuth winds.
Rays on rays on rays.
HI: 69LO: 55
Mostly sunny with a highnear 75. Skies will becomepartly cloudy at night with alow around 54 and a smallchance of thunderstorms.
Hey, no tornadoes.
HI: 75LO: 54
Forecaster: Shawn Milrad, Jack McEnaney and Sasha Glanville,KU Atmospheric Science
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It’s the last day r students t drpclasses r ully withdraw rm the Uni-versity; visit registrar.ku.edu t see whatprcess yu need t g thrugh t drp.
Monday, April 16Tuesday, April 17Wednesday, April 18Thursday, April 19
Lecture: “The Rle Writing in aMultimedia Wrld”
Aldersn Auditrium, Kansas Unin
KU assciate pressr Dug Ward,wh was the awarded the 2011-12 BudigTeaching Pressrship Writing, speaks tstudents abut the changing ace jur-nalism; a receptin will llw until 6 p.m.
Lecture: “Paris’s Water Shrtages,1880-1914”
Parlrs, Kansas Unin
University oklahma assistantpressr Peter Sppelsa gives a lecturen negtiating urban nature and Paris’sexperience with water shrtages.
Just in Time Career Fair
The Schl Business hstsa career air; check KU Career Cn-nectins t see what cmpanies willbe there.
Watkins Memrial HealthCenter
Bring yur tennis shes andrunning shrts, and get ready t havea pressinal analyze yur runningand walking rm. Call Watkins treserve yur spt.
Lecture: “Syria in Turmil”
Dle Institute Plitics
Dr. Radwan Ziadeh tells stu-dents abut his frst-hand experiencein dcumenting the Syrian uprising.
Earth Day Burger Grill-o
Hawks Nest, Kansas Unin
Are yu a grill-master? SUAhsts a day r students t cmpetewith their wn burger recipes.
Meeting: Learned EngineerExpansin Prject
Spahr Engineering Class-rm, Eatn Hall
Engineering students cancme weigh in n the M2SEC buildingging up in the engineering cmplex.
Cncert: KU Jazz Singers andKU Jazz Cmb
Lawrence Arts Center,dwntwn
The KU Schl Music hstsa cllabrative night jazz band andchir; tickets are ree.
KU Peace Crps Send
Jayhawk Rm, Kansas Unin
A ceremny r the University’s PeaceCrps applicants, nminees and invitees;students lking t jin the Peace Crps cancme speak with Peace Crps alums.
University Dance Cmpany SpringPerrmance
The University Dance Cmpanyhsts its spring perrmance, eaturingchregraphy by guest chregrapherCarl Fink rm Black Label Mvement.
Lecture: “Why Presidents Succeed.Why They Fail.”
Dle Institute Plitics
Jhn Andrews and Lee Huebnergives a lecture n why President RichardNixn’s presidency ended the way it did.
Inrmin bsd n Duls cuny Sri’s oind KU oi publi Sybkin rs.
A 24-year-ld Cincinnati, ohiman was arrested Sunday at 3:15a.m. n the 100 blck IndianAvenue n suspicin peratingunder the inluence. Bnd was setat $500. He was released.A 25-year-ld Lawrence man wasarrested Sunday at 1:06 a.m. n the1000 blck Massachusetts Streetn suspicin being intxicatedin the radway. Bnd was set at$100. He was released.A 26-year-ld male Universitystudent was arrested Sunday at12:56 a.m. n the 2500 blck Crnish Square n suspicin criminal damage t prperty lessthan $1,000. Bnd was set at $250.He was released.A 22-year-ld male Universitystudent was arrested Saturday at9:01 p.m. n the 800 blck nrthSixth Street n suspicin perat-ing under the inluence. Bnd wasset at $500. He was released.A 32-year-ld ottawa man wasarrested Saturday at 8:10 p.m. nthe intersectin Eighth Streetand Kasld Drive n suspicin criminal damage t prperty lessthan $1,000. Bnd was set at $250.He was released.A 22-year-ld Lawrence man wasarrested Saturday at 4:45 p.m. nthe 3600 blck east 25th Streetn suspicin dmestic batteryand making a criminal threat. Bndwas set at $5,000. He was released.A 21-year-ld Lawrence wmanwas arrested Saturday at 2:38 p.m.n the 1300 blck east 25thTerrace n suspicin criminaldamage t prperty less than$1,000. Bnd was set at $250. Shewas released.A 19-year-ld male Universitystudent was arrested Saturday at9:14 a.m. n the 1800 blck Naismith Drive n suspicin bur-glary t a nn-dwelling and thet prperty and services less than$1,000. Bnd was set at $3,000. Hewas released.A 19-year ld male Universitystudent was arrested Saturday at5:35 a.m. n the 1800 blck Naismith Drive n suspicin bur-glary t a dwelling, thet prpertyand services less than $1,000 andpssessin a suspended akedriver’s license. Bnd was set at$3,250. He was released.The oice Public Saetyreprted an incident burglary,breaking and entering and psses-sin anther persn’s driver’slicense n Saturday at 2:54 a.m. atMemrial Stadium. Smene triedt steal chairs valued at $400 rmthe stadium. The case was clearedby arrest.
— Rachel Salyer
CARTAGENA, Colombia— In his most specific pledgeyet to U.S. Hispanics, PresidentBarack Obama said Saturday hewould seek to tackle immigra-tion policy in the first year of asecond term. But he cautionedthat he would need an amenableCongress to succeed.“This is something I caredeeply about,” he told Univision.“It’s personal to me.”Obama said in the televisioninterview that he would work on immigration this year, butsaid he can’t get support fromRepublicans in Congress.Obama also tried to painthis Republican presidentialchallenger, Mitt Romney, asan extremist on immigration,saying that Romney supportslaws that would potentially allow for people to be stoppedand asked for citizenshippapers based on an assump-tion that they are illegal.“So what we need is a changeeither of Congress or we needRepublicans to change theirmind, and I think this has to bean important debate during —throughout the country,” Obamasaid.Romney aides have said thatthe former Massachusetts gov-ernor supports laws that wouldrequire employers to verify thelegal status of workers they employ.“President Obama only talksabout immigration reformwhen he’s seeking votes,” saidRomney spokeswoman AndreaSaul. “Then-candidate Obamapromised to tackle immigrationreform in his first year. Morethan three years into his term,America is still waiting for hisimmigration plan.”Hispanics are an increasingly important voting bloc in presi-dential elections. Obama won asizable majority of the Hispanic vote in the 2008 election and hiscampaign is hoping for similarresults this November.
obama lks t cngress frhelp changing immigratin
President Barack obama participates in a three-way cnversatin with Brazil’s President Dilma Russe and Clmbia’sPresident Juan Manuel Sants at the CEo Summit the Americas, in Cartagena, Clmbia, Saturday. Reginal businessleaders are meeting parallel t the sixth Summit the Americas which brings tgether presidents and prime ministersrm Canada, the Caribbean, Latin America and the U.S.
Partly sunny with a high near 72with a 30% chance of showers andthunderstorms. Chances increase to50% into the night. Skies becomecloudier with a low around 50.
HI: 72LO: 50
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