Kansas governor Laura Kelly recognized Kansas and Kansas State's successful football programs this season in a proclamation declaring this weekend "Kansas GameDay Weekend."
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Dole Institute Fellow Gerald Seib hosted "Big Stakes, Big Consequences" at the Dole Institute, the first of eight in the discussion series.
The KU Legal Aid Clinic helped former convicts get their records expunged at a clinic on Monday.
The Clean Slate Criminal Record Expungement Clinic in the Lawrence Public Library will help those with arrest records seeking to expunge in the Douglas County Court and the Lawrence Municipal Court.
During a campaign stop at McLain's Market on campus, Kelly talked about the importance of students voting and several initiatives she wants to push.
Officials at the Lawrence-Douglas County Health Department and Watkins Health System said that they plan to combat the spread of monkeypox through information rather than mass vaccination, due to the limited supply of the vaccine and how the disease spreads. Douglas County reported its first case of monkeypox on Tuesday.
Academic and government leaders spoke at an opening ceremony for the new KU Innovation Park, saying the building will provide students with amazing opportunities while keeping them in Kansas.
Kansans voted on Tuesday against a proposed amendment to the state constitution that could have paved the way for legislators to outlaw abortion in the state of Kansas.
Analysis from the Kansas AAUP shows that there's been a decrease in tenure-track professors overall because those who leave aren't being replaced. That, plus falling pay and workplace issues, may cause unionization.
Several concerned citizens gathered at the Lawrence City Commission meeting on Tuesday, expressing outrage that the proposed city budget would cut funds for Prairie Park Nature Center and the Lawrence Humane Society.