The Lawrence City Commission is considering an ordinance banning conversion therapy for minors. The ban would exempt the clergy.
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Kansas moves to administer more vaccine doses as coronavirus cases continue to rise.
Chief Judge James McCabria made the decision to utilize the county fairgrounds for in-person trials. District Attorney Suzanne Valdez opposed the decision, but in-person trials are likely to continue at the fairgrounds.
Kansas architecture graduate students are working to complete 12 sustainable housing units at the Lawrence Community Shelter. The houses are being built by 18 students and the project is expected to have its grand opening around May 15.
The KU Center for Sexuality and Gender Diversity is embracing "Gaypril" with a myriad of events, including a showing of "Paris is Burning" to showcase individuals of BIPOC queer and trans community expressing themselves freely and creatively.
Organizers of The Big Event, the largest single day of service at the University of Kansas, have spent the past year adapting their organization to ensure it could take place safely. This year’s event is taking place on April 17.
Chancellor Girod said it's unlikely that KU will require a vaccine for students and faculty to return to campus next semester.
In their weekly update video, KU leaders discussed commencement and a Faculty Senate town hall meeting held last week.
KU junior Azja Butler, who has been debating for eight years, is the first Black woman in the history of the tournament to receive the Top Speaker award.