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“It’s not like you’re renting a bedroom for $500 a month,” Bill Larzalere, Chief Litigation Officer at KU LSS said. “You are on the hook for all $5,000, if that’s what the rent is, or if there’s damages. You’re on the hook for the whole amount.”
KU students detail their often times confusing experiences in Naismith Hall self-isolation — from students mingling in the hallways and getting a COVID-19 test.
To ensure accurate representation of students at the University of Kansas in the 2020 U.S. Census, student leaders urge students to fill out the government form. The deadline is Sept. 30.
A new forecast model provided through the Protect KU website projects COVID-19 cases on campus will go down in the next two weeks.
KU Housing’s reasoning for implementing a new dining policy this fall was initially to make the scholarship halls safer for residents. However, residents said they've found multiple flaws in the system.
As KU moves closer to welcoming students for the fall semester, Student Housing has been forced to adapt policies and procedures in order to ensure student safety amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Oliver Hall was closed after the end of the 2018-2019 school year for renovations. A University spokesperson said there are no plans to reopen the hall.
The University has made many different accommodations to help make transgender students feel more inclusive on campus. These range from allowing transgender students to have a place to freely express themselves to having special accommodations in residence halls.
University students and faculty gathered outside of Watson Library this afternoon to kick off Sexual Assault Awareness Week with a red flag campaign. Participants planted more than 8,000 wire flags in the lawns around Watson Library as a way to encourage bystander intervention and raise awareness about sexual violence.