A commons room in Gertrude Sellards Pearson (GPS) was hopping with about 10 college freshman pretending to be drunk for a class project for Liberal Arts and Sciences 101, which worked in conjunction with the course, Introduction to the Film Medium. The film, Te Buffet of Life, premier was held in the Kansas Union Woodruff [...]
KUnited and SPQR have spent more than $6,000 preparing for this week’s elections.
Seven University students received the Mark of Excellence Award from the Society of Professional Journalists.
Student voting will become easier as ID cards will be considered a valid form of ID to vote.
The day of service in Lawrence is scheduled to attract more than 1,000 volunteers this year.
Lines outside of bars and packed restaurants showed the increase in downtown business.
The city completed the change on Feb. 9, more than a decade after beginning it.