A tribal leader told about 150 people in attendance at a National Day of Remembrance service Saturday that Indian Country can move forward by seeking truth and reconciliation.
A man running for Lawrence school board was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence Saturday, according to jail records.
A piece of rock history is up for grabs as the Robby Steinhardt Foundation is auctioning a rare platinum album owned by the world-renowned violinist who was a founding member of the band Kansas.
Dan Wildcat, professor at Haskell Indian Nations University, wants to honor Indian boarding school history by collecting oral histories of people living right here in Lawrence.
KU saw 6.7% enrollment growth this fall semester. A 12.5% enrollment drop at Emporia State University followed faculty dismissals and academic program upheaval.
Liberty Memorial Central Middle School is on track to potentially transition into a school focused on STEAM — Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math — next year.
A year after KU announced it was in possession of Native American human remains in its museum collections, it is unclear what progress the university has made to repatriate remains and sacred items.
The Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies at KU is hosting an international conference on Indigenous responses to climate change in the Americas, set for Friday and Saturday.
A new labor report revealed the current annual rate of degree and certificate completion at Kansas colleges and universities would be insufficient to meet anticipated growth in demand for young, educated workers.
The Lawrence school board will hear a report Tuesday on the committee that is working to redesign or repurpose Liberty Memorial Central Middle School.
Two KU doctoral candidates have earned prestigious honors and awards that will allow them to conduct research in South America.
The Kansas Board of Regents deleted a quarter-billion dollars Thursday from the extraordinary budget increase sought by public state universities.
Lawrence police Thursday morning were investigating a reported bomb threat at Billy Mills Middle School, according to emails from administrators.
A majority of KU faculty have signed cards to file for a union, the United Academics of the University of Kansas announced Wednesday, moving the group closer to a union election.
Lawrence voters will have more chances to get to know the candidates vying for the elected positions that most directly affect day-to-day life.
Haskell students, faculty and guests spoke throughout the week about what Vine Deloria Jr.’s influential book, “God is Red,” has meant to them. Many of the speakers touched on the collision between Western and Indigenous worldviews, experiential learning, and spirituality.