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The Keystone Newspaper is looking for a qualified student to fill the paid position of Website Manager. The website manager is responsible for maintaining and updating the newspaper’s website. The website manager is required to have some knowledge and experience in WordPress as well a general knowledge of computers. In addition, the website manager: receives… Continue reading Keystone to hold election for website manager position
In light of the recent decision by the United States Department of Justice and Department of Education that rolls back federal protections for transgender students, KU released the following letter outlining policies and procedures available to such students: As many students may have seen or heard; the guidance given by executive order regarding transgender students – specifically… Continue reading KU releases statement regarding transgender protection
The 77th Annual Intercollegiate Broadcasting System (IBS) Conference were held this past weekend in New York City, and KU Radio (KUR) took home the gold in two categories. Categories included “Best Use of Sound Effects” for Chris Luttrel’s show “Romp Around Kutztown,” produced by Bryan Blake, as well as “Best Use of Video in a… Continue reading KUR receives awards at the 77th Annual Intercollegiate Broadcasting System Conference
Dr. Downing’s Journalism I classes visited Dana Harper’s art installation, Bloom Bloom, on Tuesday, Feb. 28. The exhibit runs through March 9 in the The Marlin and Regina Miller Gallery in the Sharadin Arts Building.
Over the past 20 years, the number of people who are malnourished has been reduced by 50 percent. More children are in school today than at any time period in history. Global poverty can seem daunting, but success in alleviating suffering is occurring across the globe. On Saturday, March 4 from 2-4 p.m., at 220… Continue reading The Borgen Project holds pet photo-shoot for charity
Dear KU Campus Community, In an ongoing effort to respond to facility concerns raised by several faculty in Lytle Hall, the University commissioned an environmental consulting firm to perform air quality tests and an inspection of the facility. The consultants have completed their work and have issued their report. The consultants reported that “the observed… Continue reading KU’s Administration & Finance department released the following statement on Feb. 20, regarding Lytle Hall