It’s all about perspective, Curtis Marsh says. His new book, “KU-phoria,” compiles stories about KU’s history and traditions — but he says the stories would be nothing without the way people felt and experienced them.
KU has unveiled a fundraising campaign to generate $2.5 billion in contributions by 2028 for benefit of students and faculty as well as academic and research facilities.
Timing and purpose aligned when two childhood friends who had moved away to opposite coasts recently returned to Lawrence, feeling empowered to empower others.
Supporters of Monarch Watch celebrated the organization’s 30-year anniversary in September. Now founder Orley “Chip” Taylor and his wife, Toni, have their sights set on the conservation program’s future.
The next president of KU Endowment left his last higher ed position after the school’s board of trustees was unwilling to change anti-LGBTQ policies, according to the endowment.
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.
The endowment associations and foundations linked to U.S. colleges and universities most commonly take in donations of cash, stocks, art and land. But a somewhat unorthodox donation method is on the rise at some universities across the country, including the University of Kansas: cryptocurrencies.
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