Meet Dr. Elizabeth Berghout - the woman who’s been playing KU’s bells for 17 years
"I’ve been the University Carillonnist for 17 years – 17 and a half. Originally I came for school, I got a
When you are rushing to your morning class, it can sometimes be hard to find a parking spot on campus. KU parking says small adjustments are now making a difference.
KU parking changed the way students
Devonte Graham does not have to worry about paying for a hotel or a meal when the basketball team travels but players on the club hockey team are having to pay for their stays out
Pi Kappa Alpha Is officially moving onto campus. They're taking over the house of a sorority that did not have enough members.
They are planning to lease Alpha Gamma Delta's old house on the corner of
Nearly 100 students at Ohio State University are facing disciplinary action. They are accused of using an app called GroupMe to cheat in class. And many KU students use that same app.
GroupMe is an app
Students who wanted to know their HIV status got free HIV testing on campus this week.
The Watkins Health Center placed tables at the Kansas Union Wednesday and at Anschutz Library yesterday. The free testing was
It's a once in a generation project for KU and its three months ahead of its completion date for construction of the new $14 million Burge Union.
More than two years of construction is almost over
The famous Dyche Hall grotesques will be retired from the outside of the building after adorning the hall for 114 years.
The grotesques that have guarded the exterior of Dyche Hall since 1903 took their final
Basketball season is now underway and with construction and limited parking, KU has a new way to get Jayhawks to Allen Fieldhouse.
Fans can park in lots off campus and walk or take a shuttle to
A federal judge dropped the Title 9 case ex-rowers made against KU.
Daisy Tackett and Sarah McClure sued the university in 2016 they say the university mishandled the rowers' claims of sexual assault by a KU
Today protestors stormed Wescoe Beach on the KU campus.
They were protesting one element of the tax-reform bill currently going through the United States Senate.
Instead of having to pay for classes, research assistants and graduate teaching
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If you got a survey asking about your smoking, it's because the University wants to know your habits before the start of the campus-wide smoking ban next fall.
The survey asked students, faculty, and staff about
KU Dining will be offering meals to students who will not be leaving campus for Thanksgiving break next week.
Studio Grill at Hashinger Hall will have their full menu available and will even have traditional Thanksgiving
The construction in front of Dyche Hall might take longer than expected as the University takes special precautions on one of KU's oldest buildings.
The renovation will focus on the original section of the building erected