Fire crews responded at 10:16 p.m. to a fire at Berkeley Flats Apartments at 1123 Indiana Street. Officials said no injuries were reported Wednesday night. According to James King, a Lawrence-Douglas County Fire marshal, the building had been evacuated and an all-clear had been issued at about 11:30 p.m. As of midnight the building was [...]
KU Office of Public Safety officers responded to an incident on Wescoe Beach Tuesday afternoon. Clarence “Bro” Cope said he had been preaching for about three hours when a crowd of students began to argue with him. Cope said the preaching became “tumultuous” after some students became upset by his statement to “completely stop sinning.” [...]
Firefighters arrived at Malott Hall around 11 p.m. Monday Aug. 27. One witness reported a nitrogen tank in the basement of the building leaking. The fire marshal declined to comment at that time.
The University will operate with nearly a hundred fewer employees by the end of this semester. As a measure to prioritize funding for the University’s Bold Aspirations strategic plan, The Voluntary Separation Incentives Program approved 97 university faculty and support staff for early retirement. Those who took the buyout received a lump sum of cash [...]
University students’ printing accounts will reset with $8 worth of printing to use for printing final projects, study guides and more.
The bus system will operate at an earlier time to get students to 7:30 a.m. finals.
As the men’s basketball team’s tournament run ended, so did the Twitter trend of #kuboobs.
The dean of the University of Kansas School of Engineering was named LSU’s executive vice chancellor and provost.
The University will provide eligible faculty and staff a voluntary separation program.
David Booth and David Murfin will both receive the Distinguished Alumni Award
The University saw a bump in enrollment following the 2008 championship, but that wasn’t sustained.