The University of Kansas will impose a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for employees to abide by President Joe Biden’s executive order, Chancellor Douglas Girod announced in a statement Friday afternoon. Employees must be fully vaccinated by Dec. 8.
The University of Kansas Public Safety Office announced Thursday that the suspects who vandalized the “Native Hosts” artwork at the Spencer Museum of Art have been identified.
KU journalism alumna Mandy Matney's podcast, Murdaugh Murders, sits at No. 7 on Apple Podcast Top Charts. The podcast follows the events surrounding the murders and deaths of several people closely linked to the South Carolina Murdaugh family.
Plans to demolish Oliver Hall in place pending KU's request for bids from demolition firms.
Following a reported sexual assault by a member of Phi Kappa Psi fraternity last month,KU's Student Senate passed a resolution calling for social probation of the chapter and immediate termination of the accused member.
First Nations Student Association members, along with other Indigenous students and faculty from the University of Kansas and Haskell University, celebrated Indigenous Peoples' Week last week from Wednesday to Friday.
Members of the Lawrence community gathered to commemorate the lives of three Black men who were lynched 140 years ago.
After nearly a decade of leadership, Audrey Coleman is named new director of Robert J. Dole Institute of Politics.
KU freshmen talk about the challenges of freshman year and the difficulties adjusting to life on their own.