Chloe Anderson

Chloe Anderson

Chloe Anderson is a freelance photojournalist with work published in Climbing magazine, the Lawrence Times, Kansas Reflector and Sharp End Publishing. As a recent graduate of the University of Kansas, Chloe hopes to continue her career in photography, rock climbing and writing somewhere out West.

Candlelight vigil at Statehouse honors Kansas officers killed in the line of duty 

By: - May 19, 2023

TOPEKA — Community members and law enforcement officers gathered at the Statehouse on Thursday evening to commemorate bonds that one speaker described “as strong as family.”   Dozens attended the Law Enforcement Memorial Candlelight Vigil, an annual event held in honor of National Police Week and National Peace Officers’ Memorial Day. The vigil began in the […]

Retired University of Kansas faculty Susan Elkins and Jack Winerock hold a sign reading “Iran is bleeding" during a rally March 8, 2023, in front of Wescoe Hall. (Chloe Anderson for Kansas Reflector)

‘They’re trying to silence people’: University of Kansas group rallies in support of Iranian women

By: - March 9, 2023

LAWRENCE — Members of the University of Kansas Iranian Community Association gathered Wednesday in front of Wescoe Hall to rally in support of Iranian women. People across the globe held International Women’s Day rallies to highlight recent violence against Iranian women and demand equal rights. Iranians started protesting Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei’s regime following […]

Loren Drummond, reverend at Lyndon United Methodist Church, holds a sign reading “Water is life” during a vigil Feb. 6, 2023, at the Statehouse in Topeka

Kansas faith leaders, environmentalists call for transparency around Keystone pipeline spill

By: - February 7, 2023

TOPEKA — Faith leaders joined environmental advocates and Kansas legislators for a vigil Monday at the Statehouse to call attention to TC Energy’s lack of transparency regarding December’s Keystone pipeline spill, which dumped 588,000 gallons of crude oil in northern Kansas. TC Energy — the Canadian natural gas company that owns the Keystone pipeline — […]

Lawrence police work with domestic violence center to prevent and identify human trafficking

By: - January 31, 2023

LAWRENCE — In the years following a high-profile murder case, the Lawrence Police Department and The Willow Domestic Violence Center joined forces to help victims of human trafficking. The two organizations worked to fine-tune a longstanding relationship with the addition of a victims’ advocate in 2020. In January 2014, 19-year-old Sarah Gonzales-McLinn killed Hal Sasko, […]

Advocates gather to support former University of Kansas professor following his sentencing

By: - January 18, 2023

KANSAS CITY, Kan. — Supporters of former University of Kansas professor Franklin Tao gathered in the cold wind and rain Wednesday outside the Robert J. Dole Federal Courthouse. The group assembled to show support for Tao, who was the first person arrested under former President Donald Trump’s discontinued “China Initiative” in 2019, and to voice […]