Black creatives at the University of Kansas have used art to express themselves, in response to the anti-Black sentiment reflected in George Floyd's death.
Arts & Culture
With the array of streaming platforms continuing to evolve, Kansan arts & culture correspondent Wyatt Hall details the strength and growing libraries of original content of each.
Tareq Love, a 25-year-old Lawrence resident and part-time model, shares how he curates vintage and new fashion to create his style.
Gregory Bortnick, a University of Kansas junior studying engineering, has created a 3D-printed device called Ear Ease to relieve pressure on the ears from wearing protective face masks.
Campus Couture at Home is a weekly feature that spotlights one popular fashion item. This week's edition features midi and maxi skirts.
The Lied Center of Kansas has adapted to social distancing and the coronavirus pandemic by creating a series of concerts streaming on Facebook Live.
A Lawrence farmer and owner of Maseualkualli Farms, who acts as a food security worker, is donating fresh produce to those in need.
Three KU students supported local charities by designing and selling Lawrence-themed apparel and donating proceeds.
The Raven Book Store, Lawrence Public Library and more have teamed together to make the Paper Plains Literary Festival accessible online amid coronavirus stay-at-home orders. The festival is hosting virtual events from April 22 to 26.