In a unanimous ruling Monday morning, the Supreme Court sided against the NCAA on whether it could limit educational-related perks made to student athletes.
As KU's campus participates in a campus wide day of reflection ahead of Juneteenth, campus leaders in Diversity, Equity and Inclusion talked to the Kansan about changes to the department and the future of the effort on campus.
The University of Kansas will not use the controversial Kansas Board of Regents policy that would allow for tenured faculty to be terminated in order to relieve financial pressures caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, Chancellor Douglas Girod told the Board of Regents Thursday.
KU Chancellor Douglas Girod provided updates on KU's COVID-19 restrictions and budget situation in his latest weekly update series. He urged students to get vaccinated to do their part in keeping campus safe.
The final candidates up for Chief of Police at the University of Kansas gave presentations last week on police reform on college campuses and beyond.
The University of Kansas will no longer requiring any individual on campus to wear a mask. Those who are not vaccinated are still highly encouraged to practice safety protocols.
Chancellor Douglas Girod reflects back on the challenges the past year has presented for the KU community, while hopefully looking ahead to the new school year.
All of the recommendations made by the Task Force of Community-Responsive Public Safety will be implemented by the University of Kansas, Chancellor Girod announced Monday.
University of Kansas officials recommended that tuition rates stay flat for the 2021-2022 school year due to the negative impact of COVID-19.
Chancellor Douglas Girod announced Monday evening that next weekend's Commencement ceremony will honor both the Class of 2020 as well as the Class of 2021, following three cancelled ceremonies Sunday.
The University of Kansas cancelled the final commencement ceremony of the day, scheduled for 6:30 p.m, because of severe weather, according to an alert from KU’s emergency notification system.
Due to weather concerns, the 2:30 p.m. commencement ceremony for the class of 2021 has been canceled. The university will provide updates throughout the day about the 6:30 p.m. ceremony.
The University of Kansas canceled the first commencement ceremony, scheduled to begin at 10:30 a.m, due to severe weather, according to an alert sent out through KU’s emergency notification system.
After the CDC issued new guidance saying that anyone fully vaccinated no longer needs to wear a mask, KU responded by lifting its outdoor mask mandate.