It Will Be A Full House For Mizzou-KU Basketball Match-UpMissouri's allotment for students went on sale at 2 this afternoon, and were gone in about 15 minutes.
KU: St. Louis Native Expelled From University for Alleged Sexual AssaultJordan Goldenberg is listed on KU Football roster as a Parkway Central High School graduate.
Charity Shot At KU Hoops Event May Change A LifeStudent says $10,000 could go a long way to help her grandmother pay bills
Former Kansas Football Player Reported MissingThe Missouri State Highway Patrol posted a missing person's report that said 24-year-old Brandon Kyle Bourbon has been missing since Saturday.
89-Year-Old Former Kansas Player Scores In Alumni ScrimmageAn 89-year-old former University of Kansas football player has gained fresh fame after making a touchdown run during an alumni scrimmage.
Kansas Fan Wins Case Over 'MZU SUX' License PlateThe Revenue Department had issued the plate, but tried to recall it on the ground that "SUX" is obscene. Gettler presented evidence that the word has gained common usage.
More Than 100 University Of Kansas Staff Publicly Support Professor Who Tweeted Kids Of NRA Officials Should Be ShotMore than 100 current and former University of Kansas faculty and staff Wednesday publicly affirmed the free-speech rights of a professor whose tweet against the National Rifle Association sparked a political firestorm and demands from legislators for his firing.
University Still Paying Suspended Professor Who Tweeted He Hoped NRA Members' Kids Get ShotThe University of Kansas disputed Monday a journalism professor's contention that he began a planned sabbatical early amid fallout from his tweet about the Navy Yard shootings.
University Professor Tweets To NRA Following Navy Yard Shootings: 'Next Time, Let It Be YOUR Sons And Daughters'A University of Kansas journalism professor was placed on indefinite administrative leave Friday for a tweet he wrote about the Navy Yard shootings which said, "blood is on the hands of the #NRA. Next time, let it be YOUR sons and daughters."
Study: Majority Of Men With Erectile Dysfunction Do Not Seek TreatmentThe findings of a recent, large-scale study indicate that most men who are diagnosed with erectile dysfunction do not seek treatment for the malady.
Mo., Kan. Universities Seek Out-of-State Students35 percent of the University of Missouri's freshmen this fall are from other states.
One Missourian, Two Illinoisans Among Rhodes ScholarsKelsey Murrell, of Kearney, Mo., heard Saturday night that she's among the 32 American students chosen as Rhodes Scholars to attend Oxford University next fall.