As in-person classrooms begin to re-open, teachers at the Boys & Girls Club of Lawrence are on the front lines helping to educate children about a world facing the coronavirus pandemic, protests and general uncertainty.
Arts & Culture
This week’s "New Music Monday" features a new electro-pop album from Jessy Lanza, a catchy new single about quarantine crushes from Jaden and the Taylor Swift album that sent the internet into a frenzy after it's surprise released.
After their concert was canceled due to the coronavirus, local musicians Iain Ellis and Debbie Goldberg hosted a show on their back porch so people could safely enjoy live music.
In celebration of the 10 year anniversary of One Direction, Kansan staff members curated an in-depth playlist of their favorite songs from the boyband's discography.
In this edition of "What to Read This Week," arts contributor Aroog Khaliq suggests different advice columns to help students as they prepare to return for the upcoming fall semester.
Claire Monroe, a junior from Wichita, puts together urban and Midwestern fashion to form her own unique style. Her brand includes seemingly conflicting types of clothing such as workwear, streetwear and prairie dresses.
The Raven Book Store recently donated a portion of its sales to nonprofit organizations dedicated to fighting racial injustice. The bookstore has also highlighted books related to racism and Black history.
The Black Literature Arts Collective of Kansas (BLACK) has worked to educate Lawrence residents of local Black history and artists. Along with that, they have brought attention to health disparities Black people face.
Camp Kesem, a support camp for children who may have been affected by their parent or guardian's cancer, hosted an online session this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.