The angry white male studies class caused quite a stir when it appeared on the KU class schedule for the 2019-20 school year. KUJH explains how this class got added to the curriculum.
The Kansas legislature came to an agreement this Saturday
and put over $30 million back into higher education.
Crimson and Blue is bringing along new ideas for making on-campus parking more accommodating for students.
One of KU's associate professors received a promotion due to her stellar academic background in issues of diversity and inclusion.
Breaking news: Adidas and KU have reached an agreement for renewal of their sponsorship deal.
The KU Union gallery is hosting the "What Were You Wearing" exhibit for the third year in a row.
Tiara Floyd, the first woman of color to be KU’s student body president, will be taking the reins during KU’s student senate turnover, today.
A new display at the Union is catching viewers’ attention and drawing awareness to sexual assault.
Winter has come and people from Lawrence gathered to celebrate the beginning of the end for Game of Thrones.
KU parking and transit is publicizing changes they are making in the upcoming year.
KU is expanding its reach into the digital age with a new online degree program.
This week, we managed our money with KU's Student Money Management Services, learned about a new kind of fast food, went to a hardware store for a farmer's market, got a lesson in rowing, and
KU sororities are making history by passing a new bylaw, but some involved in Greek life are questioning whether or not the new rule is sexist.