Associate news editor Lucy Peterson shares her experiences with the lingering effects of COVID-19.
Ahead of Election Day, Student Senate Government Relations Director Logan Stenseng shares why it's vital for KU students to vote, and how they can help encourage civic engagement every day.
Lawrence therapist Susan Kraus delves into how being an anti-masker is more criminal than just simply selfish.
Ask Aroog is a monthly advice column for University of Kansas students to ask columnist Aroog Khaliq for advice on love, life and relationships. This week, Aroog addresses how to avoid hopelessness during a pandemic and unrest.
Former CARE Sisters Advisory Board President Grace Reading writes in a guest column to the Kansan that in sexual violence advocacy, the language we use matters.
The Kansan Editorial Board writes that KU must switch to online courses before classes begin Aug. 24 for the greater safety of students, staff and faculty.
Opinion columnist Leo Niehorster-Cook argues that Cooper Overstreet is the ideal candidate for Douglas County voters in the district attorney race.
Opinion editor Elijah Southwick reflects on his time at KU with a message about secret places on and off campus.
Opinion columnist Leo Niehorster-Cook argues that voters need to pay attention to local elections even if they're not satisfied with the top of the ticket.
Opinion columnist Gavin Nelson argues that superficial rebranding efforts from major corporations need to be backed up with substantive actions.
Opinion columnist Hattie Friesen argues that students will be most responsible for mitigating the impact of COVID-19 once students return to campus.
Each semester, the members of the Kansan's Editorial Board changes depending on the newspaper's leadership. Meet the summer 2020 members of the Board.
Opinion columnist Margarita Madu discusses Black Joy being celebrated and its relationship with love and creativity.
Opinion columnist Tom Riggs argues that fall scholarship hall dining plans fall short of providing students with the affordability and freedom of choice presented in years past.
Opinion columnist Olivia Glaser argues that current policies within Panhellenic institutions at the University of Kansas and across the country perpetuate institutional racism.
Opinion columnist Hattie Friesen argues that the convenience of social media strengthens the momentum of modern social activism.