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University of Kansas students, faculty and staff members called on administrators to mandate vaccines on campus during a rally Sunday, expressing concerns about the ongoing surge of the delta variant of COVID-19.
Leaders of the University of Kansas First Nations Student Association were reeling Friday night, nearly a week after multiple pieces of the KU Common Work of Art were vandalized — not only because of the destruction of the Native exhibit, but because they feel the situation hasn’t garnered enough attention from KU administrators.
A month ago, Sam Sumpter was just starting a new job as the KU greenhouse manager. Now he’s getting ready for one of the most exciting weekends that the greenhouse has seen.
Tickets will be available to the general public starting Friday, Sept. 17 for a lecture at the Lied Center by Ibram X. Kendi, the award-winning author of “How to be an Antiracist.”
The KU Health System is requiring COVID-19 vaccinations of all employees, students, contractors and volunteers, becoming the third area hospital system to do so. It’s giving workers until Dec. 1 to get vaccinated.
Erica Terry, “a seasoned executive leader who has guided some of the region’s most respected organizations,” has been selected as director of the Robert J. Dole Institute of Politics, the University of Kansas announced Thursday.
The University of Kansas is not mandating that students get COVID-19 vaccines to attend classes this fall, but it has just sweetened the pot for those who do.
A group of Kansas lawmakers will be in Lawrence on Friday to hold a public hearing and gather community input ahead of efforts to redraw legislative districts before the 2022 election.
As the University of Kansas prepares for another semester dominated by the COVID-19 pandemic — this time with new concerns about the highly contagious Delta variant — faculty members want more transparency and stronger virus protocols.