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
The Lawrence City Commissioner approved a settlement in the city's lawsuit against the Oread Hotel at its meeting Tuesday night. The settlement will cut millions from the hotel's incentives agreement.
Thomas Fritzel, the hotel's developer, will be
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
Spring is a time for birth and renewal — the same goes for bugs.
The mild winter didn't kill insects and the wet spring is bringing more in. One Lawrence resident is already fighting to prevent ants
Facebook is the most popular social media platform with nearly 68 percent of US adults on the site, according to the Pew Research Center. Some experts link the time spend online may link to symptoms
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
The budget, a new tax bill, and a plan for school finances were all items left on the table by the Kansas legislature before the beginning of a three-week recess. Some of the issues were
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
United Airlines's reputation has taken a critical hit in the past week after a viral video showed a passenger dragged from his seat due to an overbooked flight.
A KU Assistant Marketing professor says supporting its employees
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
The Lawrence Police Department is well-known for their social media presence through its Twitter account. Its tweets are received in open arms by their college audience, resulting in several thousands of follows for the handle.
After a couple of teases in February, the weather is taking a turn and look more like spring. But a mild winter brings more than nice weather and an early spring.
It makes for a much
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
A recent inspection found zebra mussels are infesting Lawrence's water system. The city is looking to start a new treatment to put an end to this problem.
Zebra mussels are small, fingernail-sized animals that attach to