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Thanks to a $44,000 state grant, Douglas County accessibility advocates, and help from a third-year architecture class at the University of Kansas, an ADA-accessible viewing platform is now complete at Lawrence’s Wells Overlook Park.
Ibram X. Kendi, the award-winning author of “How to be an Antiracist,” is set to give the Self Graduate Fellowship Symposium lecture, according to a Tuesday news release.
A new era of collegiate athletics will begin Thursday when several new laws across the country take effect allowing athletes to profit off of the use of their name, image and likeness.
The University of Kansas student government on Wednesday voted unanimously to approve sending a letter to the Kansas Board of Regents following the board’s decision last week to reject a $31.15 per semester increase to required student fees.
New research from KU shows that counties in Kansas that instituted mask mandates experienced significantly lower rates of COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths compared with counties declining to take that precaution.
The Kansas Board of Regents may raise to 75 the number of credit hours that could be transferred from a community college to a state university following success of a two-year pilot involving Johnson County Community College and the nearby Edwards campus of the University of Kansas.
Parking officials at the University of Kansas now have a new way of taking action against repeat violators. Called “The Barnacle,” the bright yellow device completely obscures the driver’s view and demands payment in order to be removed.
A 2013 graduate of a University of Kansas doctoral program has been appointed by the Biden-Harris administration to serve as a senior adviser in the Department of Energy.
After months of deliberation, the University of Kansas has decided not to adopt a Kansas Board of Regents policy that would have made it easier to terminate tenured faculty members for financial reasons in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.