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Stubbs Mansion

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Paranormal investigators search Sigma Nu fraternity house

Fraternity scoured for paranormal signs ... (but none found)

From left, Rob Garcia, Shawnee, KU junior Zach Williams, Olathe, and Bill Joeckel, Osawatamie, gather on a second floor landing at the KU Sigma Nu house Saturday evening during a tour of the fraternity house led by Williams. Williams was recounting stories of mysterious events in the house prior to a team of Elite Paranormal and K.C. Paranormal Studies members doing a ghost investigation Saturday night.

From left, Rob Garcia, Shawnee, KU junior Zach Williams, Olathe, and Bill Joeckel, Osawatamie, gather on a second floor landing at the KU Sigma Nu house Saturday evening during a tour of the fraternity house led by Williams. Williams was recounting stories of mysterious events in the house prior to a team of Elite Paranormal and K.C. Paranormal Studies members doing a ghost investigation Saturday night.

 


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Walter Roscoe Stubbs :: KSHS-i4CQuest (1907 - 2007)

 

  • He served as 18th Governor of Kansas from 1909 to 1913
    • Today, a simple brass plaque reminds visitors of the Stubbs' family tribute to thought leaders killed or maimed during the Bleeding Kansas era on Freedom's Frontier (1854-1858) ...

 

The world of strife shut out. The world of love shut in.

 

  • During NASA Apollo Program Moon Missions, this "thinkLet" inspired:

Make love ... Not war!

 

Last Saturday (6-Jan-2001) marked the 60th anniversary of President Roosevelt's speech on the Four(+1) Freedoms. It is fitting to remember it here today, for this is the story of freedom in this memorial: freedom's steady advance across the land, from the school room to the voting booth to the corridors of power; freedom's open arms embracing the tired, the poor, the huddled masses from every shore; freedom's rising tide across the globe as more people and more places secure the blessings of liberty; and freedom's march for people with disabilities here at home and around the world.

 

National Geographic team to manage national heritage area

The group will bring expertise in helping develop the economic,

cultural and educational potential of the area

“This heritage area is a unique and extraordinary opportunity to focus the attention of the nation and people of the region on the history-shaping events and stories that occurred here and ignited the flames of the Civil War,” Tacha said.

 

In addition, the heritage board also announced that Kansas Gov. Kathleen Sebelius and Missouri Gov. Matt Blunt will serve as honorary co-chairs of the heritage board.

 

The heritage area emphasizes the region’s role in struggles for freedom that shaped the nation, Sebelius said in a news release. “It is imperative that we work together to preserve this history and interpret it for future generations,” she said.

 

Blunt agreed. “Historic preservation allows us to maintain important reminders of our past and preserve those memories for future generations,” he said in a release from his office.

 

Sigma Nu Website at the University of Kansas

  • History · Rush Information · LEADERSHIP . Sigma Nu Fraternity.
    • 1501 Sigma Nu Place. Lawrence, KS 66044. (785) 330-2000 ...

 

 

Residents of Kansas, the setting of 'The Wizard of Oz,'

show how they make due during the recession.

CNN's Tom Foreman tours Oz Winery

 


 

 

Guide to the Kansas Governor's Papers Collection Miscellaneous ...

 

Guide to the Nellie McGurdy Collection Scrapbook

  • URL: http://spencer.lib.ku.edu sfw 3/83 ... from Kansas in the Philippine Insurrection;
    • W.R. Stubbs, governor of Kansas; Hugh Cameron, the "Lawrence Hermit. ...

 

Guide to the William Lindsay White Collection ... Papers ...

  • URL: http://spencer.lib.ku.edu Finding aid prepared by mh, 2005 ...
    • W. T. Webster to Walter Roscoe Stubbs (Governor of Kansas), March 14, 1912. ...


 

Walter Roscoe Stubbs - Wikipedia

For $52,000, the Sigma Nus successfully purchased not only the Chapter House but also the surrounding 28 acres.

 

The House was built in 1907 on Windmill Hill

overlooking the City of Lawrence and Wakarusa Valley.

 

External links ::


See: Four Freedoms Frontier Bibliography (MSW: 219KB)

 

LJWorld: God is an experience that doesn’t condemn ...

 

The Rev. Darlene Strickland, senior pastor,

Unity Church of Lawrence, 900 Madeline Lane:

 

Consider this: God does not forgive. How so? God does not condemn.

 

  • As humans, we personalize God. Yet God is not a personality that must be pleased or persuaded; God is a presence we experience and express. God is spirit — source — the creative presence that animates and sustains all life.

 

  • As such, life has a built-in system of correction — cause and effect. Every action or choice we make results in a reaction or outcome. If I disregard the law of gravity and leap from a rooftop, I suffer the consequences of my actions. I do not suffer God’s personal wrath or condemnation.

 

  • As long as we believe our God condemns, it gives us permission to condemn. Jesus taught that we should forgive “seven times seventy.” This did not mean 490 times. The number seven is symbolic for “completion.” In other words, forgive as many times as it takes. If we are instructed to forgive “as many times as it takes,” how could our creator offer us anything less?

 

“God is love‚” and love is life-affirming. It inherently guides us to discover and express our self as God’s emanation — love. Love teaches and corrects without diminishing. In the presence of love we bloom, discovering and freely giving our unique contributions to our world.

 

This spirit fosters the highest level of responsibility and accountability, both individually and collectively. As we come to know this love as our very essence, we discover the keys to the kingdom: heaven on earth, here and now.


Topeka 'renames' itself 'Google, Kansas'

 

updated Tue March 2, 2010

 

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