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
Brothers Bar and Grill is speaking out against the University Daily Kansan yesterday due to a previous published story. The article covered the fatal shootings on Massachusetts Street last month.
They're accusing the University Daily Kansan
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A Lawrence woman who has a daughter with a disability is getting handicapped parking in front of her own house.
Charlea Rockhold's daughter Sydney has trouble walking long distances. They live on the corner of 19th
According to a 2016 survey, 54 percent of undergraduate students at KU identify as food insecure.
Just Foods is working to change this by hitting the road and bringing free food directly to students. Just Foods
Each year KU releases its annual security report that shows data of crime both on and off campus. While the number of cases of stalking and rape have increased, not many groups on campus are
The Mexican holiday dedicated to the dead wrapped up this week, and this year KU found a way to honor those affected by the earthquakes in September.
It's a three-day celebration honoring the dead.
“We celebrate the
The posters in classrooms and around campus last week read "its ok to be white". Topics like the posters and issues surrounding diversity are part of Saturday’s retreat. Student senate says that it will deliver
Multicultural Student Government has issued a statement of condemnation after several posters saying "It's okay to be white" were found on campus.
The posters were found outside of Smith Hall and a bulletin board at Chalmers
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We've all heard the saying, 'take a walk in someone else's shoes,' but the Office of Multicultural Affairs wants to take that a step further.
While walking through what they call the Oppression Tunnel, people get
As many students take on the ever-increasing burden of college debt, one group of friends decided to fight back.
Christian Espinosa is an in-state student and struggles to pay KU's tuition. In 2014, in-state tuition would
Did you know that KU has its very own acre of native grasses on campus? The prairie behind Blake and Twente Halls has an acre of grasses and plants native to Kansas, creating a unique
2012 was the last time KU and Mizzou got together on the basketball court. For one Sunday afternoon it was less about the game and more about the cause. All ticket proceeds went to hurricane relief,
"Give it all you have, right here." These are the words of a KU coxswain on the shores of the Kansas river Sunday afternoon. The fifth annual Jayhawk Jamboree showcased the Jayhawk rowers in the