Last week served as a reminder that the chancellor’s office has left one other issue hanging for too long: KU’s partnerships with a convicted felon ...
Seemingly, there is no reason left for KU leaders to wait on addressing their relationship with Fritzel. KU has at least two important partnerships with Fritzel. KU’s track and field, soccer and softball facilities at Rock Chalk Park are owned by an entity controlled by Fritzel and his wife.
KU’s golf team also is based at Fritzel’s Jayhawk Club. More interestingly is that Fritzel is the holder of a unique licensing agreement that allows him significant use of the Jayhawk name and brand. That agreement is how he has been able to rename the former Alvamar Country Club into the Jayhawk Club.
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