KU public safety reports in 2016 there were five sexual offenses on campus as well as numerous cases that have not been reported. One woman is making strides to help this number go down by
Student Senate is joining other student groups to fund a sexual violence survivor fund that is available immediately. The fund will provide financial help to students who have experienced or are experiencing some form of
The University is passing a new policy to help keep students safe at sporting events next school year.
KU’s new policy will prevent guns from entering some athletic venues even though they will be allowed on campus starting
After a meeting Monday night to discuss a slew of alleged violations, OneKU was not charged with any wrong-doing.
Student Senate Elections Commission heard six complaints regarding campaign violations. Alleged violations include standing too close to
The KU Elections Commission will hear six complaints concerning Student Senate campaigns that ended last week. One of the complaints filed by KUnited is calling for the disqualification of OneKU which won the election last
Students living at Daisy Hill will have different dining options next semester. Jayhawk Grocer, a convenient store connected to Self Hall, is closing.
KU Dining felt it didn't get enough business, so The Roasterie will move
Every year The Big Event draws hundreds of volunteers to help around Lawrence and the past weekend was no different. But in 2018 there will be some changes to the largest volunteer event on campus.
This weekend nearly 2,870
KU faculty and students gathered on Wescoe Beach Tuesday to voice their thoughts on the concealed carry law coming to the University of Kansas. Starting July 1, concealed carry will be legal on campus.
After realizing few knew
Atmospheric science student Mark Schmidt has taken part in fantasy forecasting the last two years, climbing his way to the No. 12 spot among the best forecasters in the nation.
"I put this on my resume and now
The month of April is dedicated to sexual assault awareness and KU is doing its part to inform and assist students on campus.
The Sexual Assault Prevention and Education Center (SAPEC) was formed about a year
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
Lawrence residents reported a string of thefts just off of campus over Spring Break. Property owners noticed the back window of their house on Alabama Street was broken upon returning from the break in classes
Some of the missing items
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is a group of attorneys and citizens who fight back when they feel the government violates their constitutional rights.
ACLU of KU is a newly formed student chapter dedicated to
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