The Derek Chauvin trial has concluded and …
Three KU seniors reflect on their experience at KU as they look forward to entering grad school or the workforce after graduation.
ActUpKU alleged that KUnity violated Senate elections rules against campaigning using food or drink, asking that they be disqualified from this week’s election.
As Lawrence Transit looks to looks to build a new multimodal transfer facility and redesign bus routes, stakeholders can share their opinions on the project.
House Bill 2408 authorizes the Kansas State Historical Society to give back 10 acres of land in Doniphan County to the Iowa Tribe. The bill passed the Kansas House unanimously on March 30 and is waiting for approval from the Senate.
Roommate conflicts can have a big impact on students' lives. KU Housing recommends being upfront with roommates early in the semester to avoid conflicts later on.
The Raven Book Store plans to reopen its doors to customers in July at its new location at 809 Massachusetts St.
KU junior and debate co-president Azja Butler won the Debater of the Year award from one of the largest collegiate debate associations in the country.
The KU Sexual Assault Prevention and Education Center planted over 3,000 flags outside Watson Library to represent survivors of sexual assault on KU's campus.
The KU Applied English Center will offer a training program this summer for students who want to teach English to non-native speakers.
Kansas legislators approved two bills aimed at tightening voting laws and are considering a third which would require all ballots to be received by the time the polls close on election night.