Taking a selfie after getting vaccinated may have been a major public health contribution toward helping end the pandemic, according to a study conducted by two graduate students at the University of Kansas.
Lawrence Police Department is seeking information pertaining to the whereabouts of 19-year-old Andrel Darnell Spates, Jr. following the homicide of 18-year-old Lawrence native Christian Willis, according to a press release.
About 100 protesters gathered on the second floor of Strong Hall, right outside the office of Chancellor Doug Girod, to protest the University of Kansas administration’s handling of the reported sexual assault that took place last weekend outside the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity. The protest started Friday and will continue until 1:00 a.m. Saturday morning, according to multiple social media posts about the event.
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 Public Safety Office released a statement Wednesday afternoon regarding a sexual battery that was reported Saturday.
PGAV Architects in charge of the Watson library renovation want to prioritize accessibility and work space for all students.
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.
Hundred of KU students attended night two of protests against Phi Kappa Psi fraternity after a sexual assault was reported this weekend.
The University of Kansas and the Lawrence Police Department are investigating a potential sexual assault that occurred Saturday night at the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity house, Chancellor Doug Girod said in a statement. The statement comes after at least 1,000 people gathered outside the fraternity house Monday night to protest the alleged sexual assault.