The Lawrence Busker Festival returned from May 25 to 29, featuring various activities for families, along with performers and artists from around the country.
Two of Lawrence’s independent bookstores, the Dusty Bookshelf and the Raven Book Store saw increasing numbers of people buying books during the COVID-19 pandemic, especially books about civil rights and viruses, according to the owners.
Students wore denim on April 26 to show support for victims of sexual violence.
Who is Big Jay Burner? While the question still remains due to the account author's request for anonymity, that doesn't make his Twitter content any more dull. Learn a little more about BJB through this entry.
The Lawrence Police Department began investigating the death of a student at Alpha Chi Omega on Saturday morning.
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Kansas student athletes Chandler Prater, Jalon Daniels and Jordan Campbell have joined the Divine Nine.
Artwork honoring former Sen. Bob Dole, who attended the University of Kansas before serving in World War II, was officially started with a groundbreaking ceremony on Tuesday.
Fruit Stand, an art market new to Lawrence, was created with the intention of bringing less-experienced vendors to the market scene.
Student Senate Student Body President and Vice President elections saw a massive increase in voters, nearly doubling last year's amount, which is being regarded by candidates as a great success.