The Stauffer-Flint renovation not only allows all student media to move to one location, but also reflects the changes that journalism has gone through since the last renovation in 1982.
All classes at the University of Kansas Lawrence and Edwards campuses have been delayed until 9 a.m. due to weather, according to an alert sent out to all students, faculty and staff. Only weather essential staff are to report to campus during the delay.
Student Senate is bringing its agenda to Gov. Laura Kelly's attention in hopes of increasing earmarks for higher education funding. The resolution urges for the lowering of tuition costs due to the state's high student debt ranking and the University of Kansas' decline in enrollment.
KU Hillel hosted its second Perspectives trip in January, taking student leaders from the University of Kansas to Israel and the Palestinian territories for a 10-day exploration of the country's history.
Students evacuated the Kansas Union Tuesday evening due to a fire alarm. The Lawrence Police Department confirmed there was no fire in the building.
The National Weather Service issued another winter weather advisory Tuesday afternoon with expectations for mixed precipitation, including one to three inches of snow. The advisory is expected to last until noon Wednesday, Jan. 22.
Almost a year after its Student Senate victory, the former staff of the Crimson and Blue coalition reflects on the progress of their campaign promises, including campus road and parking infrastructure, expansion of student transportation and more.
The School of Languages, Literatures and Cultures is set to close next school year according to an email from John Colombo, interim dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at the University of Kansas.
For the spring 2020 semester, Student Senate will hold fee review at the end of January, discuss block and line funding for allocating funds to student organizations, vote on expanding the rec and hold elections from February to April.