The University of Kansas formed 10 work groups to help address challenges ahead of its anticipated fall reopening. The groups are chaired by various KU administrators.
Outgoing Student Body President Tiara Floyd looks back on her accomplishments as the first woman of color in the role. Floyd took office in 2019 and faced challenges such as tokenization and leading remotely amid a pandemic.
Student Body President Apramay Mishra, Student Body Vice President Grant Daily and other executive staff members took office Wednesday, May 20.
University of Kansas Student Body Vice President Seth Wingerter looks back on his time Student Senate as the graduating senior will move on to Andersons Trade Group in Auburn, New York.
KU Chancellor Douglas Girod said there are a number of still unknowns, but anticipates nearly 26% of the general use operating budget will be gone.
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt issued a formal legal opinion Wednesday recommending prosecutors drop charges for violating stay-at-home orders issued by Gov. Laura Kelly.
Chancellor Douglas Girod told members of the Kansas Board of Regents the University of Kansas anticipates a nearly 10% decrease in enrollment for the fall 2020 semester.
The Lawrence Police Department and FBI arrested a 32-year-old man on suspicion of arson and trespassing in connection with the Haskell Indian Nations University tipi fire.
The Haskell Foundation raised $15,780, surpassing its goal of $3,000, to replace the ceremonial graduation tipi that burned on May 9. Lawrence-Douglas County Fire and Medical is investigating the cause of the fire.