Opinion columnist Archana Ramakrishnan outlines five ways students can be successful this fall.
Fall shows at The Granada and the Lied Center include a variety of artists and musical performances to keep you entertained during first semester.
University of Kansas Associate Professor Hyunjin Seo, who is leading the project, said the purpose is to help bridge the gap between male and female inmates. Project results will be evaluated in 2022.
KU Dining Services changed its dining plan to a 'dining dollars' system. Instead of having a certain number of weekly swipes, students will use the plan to pay for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Sylas and Maddy's will move locations to the 1100 block of Massachusetts Street, which is also listed in the National Register of Historic Places as a contributing structure to Lawrence’s Downtown Historic District.
Downtown Lawrence is home to a new guitar shop, Guitarma. Owner Casey Green, a KU alumnus, plans to donate a percentage of the revenue to local charities and community programs. The grand opening is Aug. 30.
Under the direction of Les Miles, Kansas football prepares for a fresh start. Aug. 31 is the start of what's been deemed the "Les Miles Era."
Commissioners of the Lawrence Transportation Commission voted Aug. 5 to create a pilot study testing the safety of on-campus electric scooters.
Kansas volleyball is hopeful for a strong upcoming season with current players helping to develop incoming freshmen athletes.
College towns and coffee shops go hand-in-hand. Late-night studying and early-morning classes keep many students looking for their next caffeine fix. Here's your guide to what Lawrence has to offer:
The Kansan spoke with a University of Kansas senior and the associate director of academic programs for the Office of First-Year Experience about how students can best succeed during their first year of college.
With skilled returning and new team members, the KU men's golf team has what it takes to make a run in the NCAA tournament this upcoming season.
“Tale of Two Americas: Stories of Inequality in a Divided Nation” will be the KU Common Book for the 2019-20 school year. But how is the book used in University curriculum?
Columnist Jeffrey Birch presents the many reasons students should take new challenges head on, for struggles present great opportunities.
Some KU professors have banned laptops from their classrooms based on research that shows student retention improves without distracting technology.
Alongside academic advisers, peer advisers serve students by helping them with academic, professional and personal obstacles.
Columnist Jamie Hawley discusses the many available options for KU students in need of help and also argues the importance of using these resources regardless of need. Among the services listed are CAPS, Student Money Management, Legal Services for Students and Jayhawk GPS.
Counseling and Psychological Services, the Mindfulness and Meditation Club and Pause for Pups are a few KU services open to students for their emotional and mental health.