In light of recent backlash against the Chick-fil-A on campus, opinion columnist Jamie Hawley argues that the University of Kansas' continued relationship with Chick-fil-A is an example of supporting corporate bigotry.
KU leadership programs need to get out of the classroom, focus more on engrossing more students and focus less on accessing a specified student base.
Kansan opinion columnist Jack Waters argues eating from local restaurants is cheaper, provides better food and keeps more money in the Lawrence economy.
Yesterday, Kris Kobach announced his run for the United States Senate. His candidacy opens a door for Democrats if they play their cards right.
Students join ROTC either out of choice or desperation, looking to serve their country or a discounted education. Instead, public universities should look into peaceful alternative civil service organizations.
With many mourning the bygone days of "civil" political discussion, the reasons why people are so angry today often gets lost in the frenzy.
Democratic presidential candidates are churning out college affordability proposals left and right. They all ignore the real cause of rising tuition.