The budget, a new tax bill, and a plan for school finances were all items left on the table by the Kansas legislature before the beginning of a three-week recess. Some of the issues were
The Lawrence Police Department is well-known for their social media presence through its Twitter account. Its tweets are received in open arms by their college audience, resulting in several thousands of follows for the handle.
University professor Maryemma Graham teaches a narrow range of students that include mostly undergraduates and international graduate students in her classrooms. But teaching is not the only thing that Graham does for her students. She also advocates for
A massive fire that burned an Overland Park apartment complex caused upwards of $20 million in damages. That amount may have some KU students wondering what would happen to their living space in case of a disaster.
The campus group KU Against Rising Tuition (KUART) is urging Kansas students to vote "no" on an upcoming referendum this April asking students to pay $50 more per semester for the next 30 years to
Firefighters hear the alarm ring, put their suits on beside their beds, and frantically dash to the fire pole to take them down to the truck garage. That's the sequence we're used to seeing, but it doesn't happen
Monday night's contest between the Kansas Jayhawks and Oklahoma Sooners marks the final time fans will see Frank Mason III, Landen Lucas and Tyler Self in Allen Fieldhouse. It also marks the last time many
The distance between Topeka, Kansas and Sacramento, California is approximately 1,700 miles. But the distance between the two cities politically? It's probably double that.
Earlier this February, talks for games between the University of Kansas and
The Kansas Jayhawks men's basketball team travels to Manhattan Monday night to take on the Kansas State Wildcats in the second game of the 2016-17 Sunflower Showdown. And while tonight's game will surely have an impact in
President Trump's Executive Order to prohibit entry into the U.S. for citizens of seven nations is leaving members of the KU community unsure of what to expect in the coming months.
Trump announced Saturday the order is
While Washington D.C. saw thousands of demonstrators for the Women's March, other cities across the country like Topeka also drew large crowds.
University of Kansas student Katie Taylor joined thousands of others outside of the Kansas capitol building
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LOUISVILLE, KY. - Wayne Selden stared straight to the ground. Reporters had him encircled, attempting to figure out what went wrong for the Jayhawks. Selden never looked up.
"I don't know," Selden said, shaking
LOUISVILLE, KY. - 2013 was the last time Kansas and Villanova squared off on the hardwood, and that semifinal of the Battle 4 Atlantis tournament did not end well for the Jayhawks. Villanova's then sophomore
LOUISVILLE, KY. - Whether it was a double-move leading to a layup or an open jumpshot from the free throw line, Perry Ellis could do no wrong. Ellis poured in basket after basket which would
LOUISVILLE, KY - Cheers, dog barks, and howls chorused from the Jayhawks' locker room just moments after they defeated the Maryland Terrapins 79-63. It was the team's first Elite Eight appearance since 2012 after being bounced