A new statue commemorating an alum’s contributions to the Kansas Memorial Union was unveiled Friday.
The Lawrence Coalition for Peace and Justice and Ecumenical Campus Ministries selected Justice Matters and Lyle Seger, of Building Peace, as the winners of this year’s Tom and Anne Moore Peace and Justice awards.
The Sexual Trauma & Abuse Care Center honored Lawrence community members and celebrated its 50th anniversary Thursday at Venue 1235.
The Sexual Trauma & Abuse Care Center will host a celebration Thursday for its 50th anniversary, with drinks, mocktails, food trucks and a walking historical timeline.
The history of Lawrence’s public pool is fraught with a struggle that runs parallel to the fight for civil rights in the 1950 and ’60s.
Douglas County Democratic precinct committeepeople voted Sunday for Karen Willey to represent the third Douglas County commission district.
People had the opportunity to meet the Lawrence Art Center’s newest artists-in-residence, printmaker Taro Takizawa and ceramicist Twiggy Boden, Thursday afternoon.
Thousands of new and returning Jayhawks on Saturday flocked to campus to learn about KU’s many student-led organizations.
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