A campaign that originated in Grace Pearson Scholarship Hall is calling for gender-inclusive language in housing spaces.
A female pedestrian was seriously injured in a car vs. pedestrian accident on the University of Kansas campus today around 2:10 p.m., according to an email sent by KU Public Safety Deputy Chief James Druen.
Universities are being urged by federal agencies to comply with the new vaccination mandate, potentially risking 2,500 jobs.
Many faculty members have left KU for other universities within the last year due to KU's handling of diversity, equity and inclusion. Despite a re-organization of DEIB units on campus last December, KU faculty is pushing for more change.
While a 2017 study of KU's campus said food insecurity was prevalent throughout the KU community, current students say they still suffer. Within the last few years, multiple resources, such as Campus Cupboard, have been established on campus.
Two KU students have been charged with the alleged theft of a panel from the "Native Hosts" artwork displayed outside of the Spencer Museum.
Tuesday's College Nights at Sylas and Maddy's ice cream shop have ended due to pandemic prices of goods.
After students raised concerns about the loss of CLACS programs, KU Student Senate passed a resolution in support.
The city of Lawrence plans to move forward with plans to return Founder's Rock to the Kanza Tribe following a 5-0 vote last year by the city council. The city said raising money has been an issue with the return.
KU students and KUbeSat built a satellite that will be launched into space in June 2022.