The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and the School of Engineering are among those greatly affected by recent budget cuts announced Wednesday.
The University of Kansas Faculty Senate voted to approve a ‘lack of confidence’ resolution in Chancellor Douglas Girod and Provost Barbara Bichelmeyer last month, following controversy surrounding the chancellor's and provost's handling of the university's budget concerns.
The Kansas Union will no longer receive funds from the revenue generated by the Jayhawk logo, Kansas Union representatives said during a Student Senate Finance Committee meeting in February.
Student insurance premiums will rise 9% for the 2021-22 academic year. Fees will specifically increase to $2,462 for most incentivized students and $3,861 for voluntary students in the 2021 academic year.
The Black Student Coalition held a Ceremony of Silence on Friday, April 23, to remember the Black lives lost to police brutality and racism.
Catherine E. Johnson created the Mentoring Circles for Disability Inclusion and the Faculty Staff Council for Disability Inclusion programs as director.
The University of Kansas School of Journalism awarded Marty Baron with the William Allen White Foundation National Citation Award in a virtual ceremony Wednesday.
The University of Kansas has filed a request with the Kansas Board of Regents to approve a second Integrated Science building after facing budget shortfalls in recent years.
The University of Kansas Alumni Association has filed plans to build a new multi-million dollar welcome center, resulting in criticism from Faculty Senate members facing budget challenges.
The KU and Lawrence community reacts to the jury from the Derek Chauvin trial reaching a verdict of guilty on all three counts. The Office of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging to host an affinity space for KU Black faculty and staff members Wednesday.
KUnity coalition candidates Andrew Moore and Will Cook Student share what they want to accomplish if they are elected.
ActUpKU coalition candidates Niya Denise McAdoo and Ethan Roark outline their plans for office, if elected, and discuss some of the platforms they have released, in hopes of bettering KU.
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.
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.
Despite some universities across the country removing emergency blue-light phones on campus, the University of Kansas will keep the system.
The KU Center for Sexuality and Gender Diversity is embracing "Gaypril" with a myriad of events, including a showing of "Paris is Burning" to showcase individuals of BIPOC queer and trans community expressing themselves freely and creatively.