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The University of Kansas' fight song has gone through multiple makeovers since first being written in 1912 to keep up to date with changes in conference rivalries.

On Thursday, March 7, the Kansas Union will unveil six bronze statues at Ascher Plaza. Union officials say that the project would not have been possible without the $200,000 donation made by donor James Ascher.

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The history of the Jayhawk dates back to before the Civil War, but it wasn't until Henry Maloy published a cartoon of the fictional bird that the symbol popularized on campus. Since then, it has transformed and taken on new forms, becoming the indisputable icon of the University of Kansas.

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Lucas DeCiccio, a graduate student studying ornithology, debates whether or not the Jayhawk could survive in the wild, what it would eat, whether it could fly and more.