Students at the University of Kansas reacted to the recent changes in COVID-19 restrictions on KU's campus, including the lifting of the mask mandate and the return to in-person classes this fall.
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The KU Student Senate finance committee voted to increase the student fee package that students pay each semester. This increase would mainly benefit Watkins Health Center and CAPS.
By providing on campus resources, KU is aiming to increase civic engagement among its students.
The Ambler Student Recreation Fitness Center reopened this semester by implementing social distancing precautions — including distanced fitness areas and a mask mandate in the facility.
KUBridgeUSA is a new on-campus student organization that seeks to create a safe space for people to discuss their differing political opinions.
The Lavender Union is a safe space for KU students, staff and faculty within the LGBTQ+ community to congregate and discuss hardship and relief. Meetings take place weekly on Wednesday from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at various locations on campus.
Opinion columnist Brianna Wessling argues that new Title X regulations endanger low-income patients, affecting KU students' future health care decisions.
Many great stories from University of Kansas students and alum pertain to The Jayhawk Cafe, commonly known as the Hawk.