The Office of University Governance sent an email to KU faculty, staff and students Thursday addressing recent events on campus and denouncing “violence of all forms.”
Student senators voted against a resolution intending to formally condemn a retweet Student Body President Niya McAdoo made last week that said “death to America” at a full Senate meeting Wednesday night.
The University of Kansas Senate Execute Committee held a meeting Tuesday to discuss recent events on campus, such as a controversial retweet from the student senate president and a reported sexual assault.
KU Student Body President Niya McAdoo received criticism surrounding a retweet on the KU Student Body President's account. Nonetheless, McAdoo stands by the message, which they say was a commentary on America's racist foundation.
The University of Kansas’ Student Senate passed a new fee package without an increase in a nearly five hour session Wednesday night. The Kansas Board of Regents rejected their first proposal.
As KU's campus participates in a campus wide day of reflection ahead of Juneteenth, campus leaders in Diversity, Equity and Inclusion talked to the Kansan about changes to the department and the future of the effort on campus.
The Kansas Board of Regents rejected the University of Kansas' fee proposal put forth by KU's Student Senate. The rejection required KU to keep the fee flat, as most public universities in the state have done.
KU Student Body President Niya Denise McAdoo and Vice President Ethan Roarke led their first Student Senate meeting Wednesday night. The Senate elected new officers and officially transitioned to the new administration.
University of Kansas faculty governance leaders are frustrated with a proposal from administration for a second Integrated Sciences Building that would cost nearly $200 million to construct.
Before the 2021 Student Senate election, the Student Trial Court revoked the right to organize into coalitions, but left many confused about why and said it was not made clear.
The Student Trial Court fined the KUnity coalition $200 for violating Student Senate’s election code on two separate occasions but decided against disqualifying the coalition.