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.
Opinion columnist Elijah Southwick reflects on previous column about ongoing NFL protests, and elaborates on how recent demonstrations have shifted his focus on the issue.
Arts and Culture Editor Rylie Koester thanks The University Daily Kansan for introducing her to storytelling. Koester graduates this month and will move on to a summer internship with The Kansas City Star.
Opinion columnist Brett Knepper suggests that the University of Kansas be more transparent about future plans and dates regarding reopening campus post-COVID-19.
Opinion columnist Wyatt Hall examines the hypocrisy of the Democratic Party's treatment of the sexual assault allegations against Joe Biden.
Opinion columnist Elijah Southwick argues that supporting free health care only for COVID-19 and not for all health issues is short-sighted and political opportunism.