University of Kansas First Nations Student Association President Taylorlynn Johnston expresses disappointment with the Kansan after a culturally insensitive photograph was published in the story, "KU class of 1970 commencement thwarted again, 50 years later."
Letters to the Editor
Associate Vice Provost of International Affairs Charles Bankart gives further context and data regarding a recently published Kansan story, "Long climb out."
KU student Wesley Cudney argues that the startlingly low turnout in the recent Student Senate elections renders the organization's mandate to govern pointlessly, claiming that their confusing choice of platforms is what disillusions students from exercising their civic power.
Chief Justice Lawton R. Nuss thanks the Lawrence and KU community following the Kansas Supreme Court's open oral hearings at the Lied Center.
Chief Justice Lawton R. Nuss invites University of Kansas students to the Lied Center to listen to the Kansas Supreme Court hear oral arguments on April 1.
In a letter to the editor, five KU alumni and students urge campus administration and Student Senate to secure funding for the KU Info desk, which they argue personalizes student experiences and makes the University more accessible to all.
Letter to the Editor from University of Kansas alumnus David Steen about resources available to those who are victims of sexual assault.
A letter to the editor from Graduate Teachers Assistant Contract member Hannah Bailey in response to the Kansans article on GTA minimum salary increase.
In February, a third-grade student from Virginia wrote to the Kansan asking for help from Kansas residents on his final project. Now, his teacher writes a thank you letter.
Columnist Mallorie McBride says the self-imposed IFC freeze on all social activity was uncalled for and that more members of the Greek community should have been consulted before its implementation.
In a guest column, Student Body President Mady Womack and Vice President Mattie Carter say that the Kansan failed to see the clear need for a student fee increase in order to maintain the infrastructure of the University.
Mady Womack, student body president, discusses her decision to remove funding from the Multicultural Student Government and to instead move toward creating more ways for marginalized students to be represented within Student Senate.
Multicultural Student Government founder Trinity Carpenter argues that the Student Senate's recent decision to disband its agreement with the MSG is unjust and dishonest.