Student Life

President of the Black Student Coalition Niya McAdoo and Student Senator for the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Ethan Roark announced Friday that they would be running for student body president and vice president with their new coalition "ActUpKU." The coalition will focus on increasing mental health access to students, racial justice, economic issues and sustainability. 

D.A. Graham, the interim vice provost of the Office of Diversity, Equity, Inclusivity and Belonging, blocked the Black Student Coalition on Twitter. Senior Keir Rudolph, a member of the Black Student Coalition, said it is part of Graham's job to listen to their concerns, and cutting off communication is a "slippery slope."

University of Kansas Student Admissions is helping potential students navigate through the COVID-19 pandemic. The Student Admissions office is accepting applications for the class of 2025 up until two weeks before the start of the fall semester. 

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