Students who wanted to know their HIV status got free HIV testing on campus this week.
The Watkins Health Center placed tables at the Kansas Union Wednesday and at Anschutz Library yesterday. The free testing was
The city has welcomed several new sushi spots to Lawrence this year... But the most recent one does more than just serve up raw fish.
Sushi Ko had it's grand opening event last night. The owners
At least 50 GOP senators have said they support the proposed Republican tax bill. Fifty members is enough to pass the bill because Vice President Mike Pence can cast the tie-breaking vote.
The bill now includes
Federal officials indicted a Lawrence businessman in an alleged $15 million bank loan scheme. In a news release, the U.S. Department of Justice said bank executive and loan officer Troy Gregory falsified information in loan
Who wants to sit at home all winter reading books? The Lawrence Library doesn't want you to either.. Instead they want you to play bingo!
The library is spicing up your winter with a blizzard bingo
It's a once in a generation project for KU and its three months ahead of its completion date for construction of the new $14 million Burge Union.
More than two years of construction is almost over
The famous Dyche Hall grotesques will be retired from the outside of the building after adorning the hall for 114 years.
The grotesques that have guarded the exterior of Dyche Hall since 1903 took their final
Basketball season is now underway and with construction and limited parking, KU has a new way to get Jayhawks to Allen Fieldhouse.
Fans can park in lots off campus and walk or take a shuttle to
This year Cyber Monday has been the largest ever, with consumers spending $7 billion. But how does Amazon handle all those online sales?
Since the start of Monday, hundreds of workers have been working 22-hour shifts
A federal judge dropped the Title 9 case ex-rowers made against KU.
Daisy Tackett and Sarah McClure sued the university in 2016 they say the university mishandled the rowers' claims of sexual assault by a KU
Today protestors stormed Wescoe Beach on the KU campus.
They were protesting one element of the tax-reform bill currently going through the United States Senate.
Instead of having to pay for classes, research assistants and graduate teaching
KU students can now donate non-perishable food items at Watkins Museum for this year’s food drive.
The museum placed a Just Foods bin in its entry way to encourage donations for people in need. All the
The highly anticipated Star Wars Battle Front II was released today, but without the fanfare Electronic Arts had hoped for.
The second installment of the franchise has come under scrutiny recently as EA has implemented a
After several months of anticipation, Lawrence Firefighters at Station No. 4 just got a new addition to their crew- a big new addition.
Once repairs are done on the old Engine 4, this truck will officially
While sunglasses are fashionable in the summer, you might want to think twice before packing them away for the winter.
This is because clouds only block about 20 percent of UV rays, and snow can refract