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‘Mrs. E’s,’ Lenoir D. Ekdahl, dies at 98

Lenoir D. Ekdahl, the woman behind the namesake of the dining hall Mrs. E’s, passed away on Friday at age 98. ¬†(Published March 27, 2017).

University to host symposium on belonging in higher education on Friday

“A Seat at the Table: Selection, Assessment, and Belonging in Higher Education” will be hosted by the University Honors Program and is free to all students, faculty and staff. (Published Feb. 6, 2017)

Emerging Scholars program helps students become researchers

The new Emerging Scholars program, organized and championed by Provost Neeli Bendapudi, hopes to provide paid research positions to students in a field that is interesting to them. (Published Feb. 1, 2017)

Remembering political science Professor Allan Cigler after his passing

The University and community mourns the death of political science Professor Allan Cigler and remembers the time he spent on campus. Cigler died earlier this month at the age of 73. (Published on Jan. 24, 2017)

Mysterious box outside of old courthouse leads to investigation

A mysterious box was found outside of the old courthouse in Lawrence on Monday morning. The phrase “death before dishonor” was also written on the courthouse steps. After a four-hour investigation, it was announced the box contained a stack of magazines and was deemed harmless. (Published on Jan. 23, 2017)

Ayotzinapa movement comes to KU

Two members of Mexico’s Ayotzinapa movement came to the University on Friday to explain their cause. (Published on Oct. 31, 2016)

University receives grant for research on intellectual and developmental disabilities

The University received a grant from the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development to be used for researching intellectual and developmental disabilities. (Published on Sept. 28, 2016)