KU's Sexual Awareness and Prevention Education Center wants
the provost and chancellor to acknowledge the sexual assault that happens at
A Linwood couple is still seeking answers after their son
vanished in 1988.
The Center for First Generation Student Success named KU a
university dedicated to improving experiences and outcomes for these students.
The first step for a victim seeking help from the Willow Domestic
Violence Center is calling the organization, but its director says a new
approach may work for those who don't have access to phones or can’t
The city of Lawrence selected the intersection of Bob Billings
Parkway and Crestline Drive for a new bus transfer hub.
After hours of debate, the Lawrence City Commission said
they won't move forward on a controversial Mass Street hub apartment proposal.
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.
Kansas legislature is tackling tax issues with the passing
of a new bill.
City commissioners will meet tomorrow evening to discuss a
controversial development plan for the southern block of downtown Lawrence.
The Kansas legislature came to an agreement this Saturday
and put over $30 million back into higher education.
A local environmental group finished out earth month with a splash. It hopes to bring attention to the local riverbanks.
A developer wants to build a huge apartment complex on Mass Street downtown and many Lawrencians are lining up to oppose the project.
E-gaming is growing in popularity, and teams are now training like physical athletes to get the competitive edge.
Crimson and Blue is bringing along new ideas for making on-campus parking more accommodating for students.
The Lawrence arts center is requesting city leaders move forward with an agreement so they can purchase some neighboring Salvation Army property.