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On campus she's known as an expert in Irish literature. In her free time, she's rocking the mandolin and singing about murder, mining, lost love and did we mention murder? KU Department of English professor Kathryn Conrad chats about her passion for music, great friends and hidden gem "The Old Feed Store" on our blog.
Extracurricular Activities: Katie Conrad, local band member | KU College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
Extracurricular Activities: Katie Conrad, local band member January 28, 2015January 29, 2015 Christine Davis Katie Conrad is an associate professor of English and a member of the Lawrence band, MAW The Lawrence band MAW is a group with deep KU connections. Fiddle player Kit Cole works at KU on cours…

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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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