The Kansas Geological Survey received funding for a large-scale experiment in storing the industrial greenhouse gas underground.
Campus Democrat’s new president hopes to gain members and become active in upcoming elections.
Ambler Student Recreation Center to begin using fingerprint access in addition to KU Cards.
The Occupy KU group will receive $200 in funding to purchase office supplies.
Timothy Foster was arrested on charges of stabbing and raping a woman.
Safebus will no longer stop at 9th and Maine Streets.
Students created art projects using condoms and latex gloves, which are the best weapons against HIV.
Four rental cars will be available to rent on campus next semester for $8 to $10 an hour.
The website has been improved to be easier to navigate and more informative for students
Students and faculty will receive a test message noon Wednesday.
The cost of the damage has not been reported
Kelsey Murrell became the University’s 26th Rhodes scholar after a year-long application process and years of academic excellence.