Since Monday, Douglas County confirmed 23 new cases of the coronavirus. There were 377 confirmed cases of the coronavirus.
The Ombuds Office at the University of Kansas is offering virtual walk-in hours to students, faculty and staff to join a discussion based on empathy.
University of Kansas Chancellor Douglas Girod joined other university leaders across the United States in condemning new, more stringent federal guidelines for international students.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced international students would not be able to keep their student visas if their classes were completely online during the fall semester due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Lawrence-Douglas County Public Health confirmed there were 103 new cases of the coronavirus since Friday. Many recent cases stemmed from bar environments.
Student Senate hosted a debate with the three candidates for district attorney over the weekend. Each candidate discussed how they'd reform the criminal justice system to address racial disparities and help survivors of sexual assault.
Lawrence-Douglas County Public Health is asking individuals who recently attended Bullwinkles Bar to monitor for symptoms of the coronavirus.
Douglas County will be extending phase three of its reopening plan for an additional two weeks. The county was set originally to start a phase out by June 22, but extended after an increase in COVID-19 cases.
The University of Kansas Honors Program is taking steps to offer equal opportunities to new and returning students at the university, according to an email sent to students last month.
Prestige Hair Studio staff held a seminar that discussed how barbers and stylists can combat racial bias through a series of discussion questions and skits.