But don’t expect other universities to follow suit.
A history professor who has tenure at the University of Kansas said he will quit his job over the state’s campus carry law.
High school students investigate the credentials of an incoming high school principal and find out she was not qualified to lead the Kansas high school.
The Young Americans for Freedom (YAF) chapter at the University of Kansas was surrounded by leftist student protesters and were lectured by the protesters for over an hour:
Huh? A gorilla floor decaration shows off masculinity? An RA at the University of Kansas was advised against incorporating an image of a gorilla into a jungle-themed floor decoration because the animal apparently represents “a very masculine…
Huh? Andrea Quenette used the n-word in class, in context, and was cleared by a school investigation at Kansas. But, administrators still fired her for her not fulfilling her research duties while she was suspended…
From the College Fix: “A professor at the University of Kansas just coincidentally got blocked from continuing on the tenure track after students complained about a class discussion that they themselves provoked, Inside Higher Ed reports.”
“The Chancellor of the University of Kansas has vetoed a student government resolution calling for a $2 student fee increase to fund the country’s first ever “multicultural student government.””
It’s sad to read what happened when a handful of anti-campus carry activists tried to disrupt and exert pressure on state lawmakers. Photo by kjd
From Campus Reform: Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback (R) signed a bill Tuesday that will allow religious student groups at public universities to restrict membership to those who share their beliefs. Although it took nearly two…