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.” [...]
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.
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.
Thousands rushed to downtown Lawrence to celebrate a trip to the National Championship.
Safebus may be rerouted around Massachusetts Street after Saturday’s Final Four game.
Social media phenomenon has Twitter users posting pictures of their chests
Police call the temporary ordinance a safety precaution.
An alumnus donation gives students hands-on and real-world experience
After three thefts totaling more than $2,000 in property loss, University Office of Public Safety will increase parking lot patrols.
Liquor store owners say House Bill 2532 will hurt small businesses.
Apogee is the main Internet service provider for KU Residence Halls.
The Ecumenical Campus Ministries sponsored two discussions about the economics of college athletics.
With new businesses downtown, parking may become limited. Parking permits may be the solution.