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KU has named Mary Rezac as the next dean of the School of Engineering, effective March 1.
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In-person appearances by filmmaker John Waters, comedian Cameron Esposito, musicians The Black Creatures and Oscar winner Kevin Willmott are among some of the highlights of Free State Festival’s Act 2.
This week, students from the KU School of Law will help people seek expungement of criminal records, free of charge for those who qualify.
Every moment that it seems as if we’re on the cusp of change, we double down on our ugliness, Dr. Eddie Glaude Jr. told a crowd at the Kansas Union Friday afternoon.
Five KU juniors are up for the prestigious Barry M. Goldwater scholarship — the “premier undergraduate award to encourage excellence in science, engineering and mathematics.”
A KU student’s hip-hop anthology and art installation have inspired another creative outlet for makers. Pass Me the Mic is the third iteration of Naomi Madu’s ode to the birthplace of hip-hop and a reminder of the power in telling one’s own story.
In another life, Amber Fraley might have studied biology. Now, the Lawrence writer has channeled her love of the natural world into a novel that tells the mysterious story of a KU freshman’s first year on campus.
A male student was found dead in his room at Gertrude Sellards Pearson Residence Hall at KU Thursday evening, according to KU Public Safety.
Community members gathered Saturday for an event celebrating the opening of “Indigenous Space,” the inaugural exhibition of the Edgar Heap of Birds Family Gallery inside Chalmers Hall at KU.
Chalmers Hall on the KU campus is now home to a brand-new gallery dedicated to Indigenous excellence in the visual arts.