With 42 days until the presidential election and 12 days until the registration deadline, the push for political involvement across the United States has become a main focus for states and universities. […]
The Bear Tracks for Life 5k run gave an early start to students, families and friends on Family Day on Saturday, Sept. 22. The 5k run, benefiting the Susan G. Komen for […]
“I’ll give you the choice of the story about a guy falling out a tree, the Mexican pop-star sex cult, or the best way to catch a deer without a weapon,” began […]
With the party conventions concluded and less than two months remaining until election day, President Obama and Mitt Romney are turning their attention towards the upcoming debate, the first of three.
KU’s Latino Caucus Reception welcomed faculty and students on Wednesday, Sept. 15 to kick off the start of National Hispanic Heritage Month with Latin music and food in the Multipurpose Room of […]
The 18-month reconstruction of Schaeffer Auditorium is progressing ahead of schedule. The project, which was originally designated to start in January 2012, started in March 2012 and is scheduled to be completed […]
On Thursday, Sept. 27 the Environmental Action Club (EAC) will hold a discussion on Hydraulic Fracturing (“fracking”)—a method of extraction used most notably for natural gas—in Boehm 260 at 7 p.m. The […]
On Monday, Sept. 17, as with every Monday, a little-known meeting took place in the formal dining room, located behind the Cub Cafe in the McFardland Student Union Buidling (MSU). The group […]