There are at least 1,152 active cases of COVID-19 in Douglas County, local health officials said Monday.
Last week nine crimes were reported to the University of Kansas Public Safety Office.
The KU Spencer Museum of Art reopened to the public in November for the first time since closing in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Visitors are allowed by reservation only to ensure safety protocols.
Douglas County announced a new public health order limiting group gatherings and requiring restaurants to close in-person dining by 10 p.m. The county has reported 87 new cases since Thursday, brining the positivity rate to 11.5%.
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences is cutting 25% of its funds for lecturers and GTAs to save $5.8 million. Department chairs were asked to review their lecturer and GTA budgets.
Any student can sign up to receive a box of food for Thanksgiving break from Food for Jayhawks by Nov. 20.
For those with children at KU, balancing work, research and schooling during this pandemic has been a difficult task with limited aid from KU, they say.
The University of Kansas legal counsel wants to remove a non-discrimination clause from its memorandum of agreement with a graduate teaching assistant union.
The Delta chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha celebrated the U.S. vice presidential win of their sorority sister Kamala Harris.
Douglas County health officials confirmed 56 new cases of the coronavirus since Tuesday.