Especially for international students, researching where to study can be intimidating and confusing. One popular resource is the U.S. News Best College rankings. It can be very helpful for comparing American universities and colleges based on academic strength. Since the U.S. News ranking system is a bit complex, we thought you might like some help... Continue reading Explaining U.S. News’ Best College Rankings
Boling comes to KU from China. He is the current Public Relations Chair for the KUAAP student leadership. Boling plans to eventually graduate from KU Law School, and is also a huge KU basketball fan. Read his story about playing basketball in America here. Continue reading below for Playing Basketball in America! Fast and Furious... Continue reading Playing Basketball in America
Rock Chalk Jayhawk! Founded over 150 years ago, KU is home to some of the most unique university traditions in Kansas. These include infamous traditions, such as Late Night in the Phog, Rock Chalk Review and Waving the Wheat. Continue reading below for 7 Must-Know KU Traditions! 1. Late Night in the Phog USA Today... Continue reading 7 Must-Know KU Traditions
Game on! The KUAAP group went paintballing during spring break, and everybody had a great time. Competition was fierce between Team Austin and Team Artie. Team Austin – “Ready for anything” This is picture of our team, Team Austin. We did really well — we won the first two matches! This is the team standing before... Continue reading KUAAP Goes Paintballing!
The end of Spring Break only means one thing. Back to the books! Finals season is just around the corner. Where do you start? Here are some tips to help keep you up with all of your homework and get A's on all your exams! 1. First Things First Pinterest What happened? It’s 10:00 at... Continue reading 6 Ways to Reorganize Your Life After Spring Break
What is spring break? Spring break, or the week off students have in March or so, is a great time to hang out with friends and recharge. Many students use spring break as a chance to travel somewhere warm and sunny. For international students, it’s also a great opportunity to explore a fun new American... Continue reading Pack your bags: 10 popular US spring break places
The beautiful University of Kansas campus has a lot to offer. You know, in addition to that cute person in your English literature lecture. While we don’t have links to help with flirting, here are twelve official KU resources worth bookmarking. They’ll help you make the most of getting around campus, studying and finding cool... Continue reading Bookmark this now: 12 helpful KU links you need
The University of Kansas is well-known for its scientific research and embracing the unknown. In that spirit, here are fun facts you should know about KU while considering where to study! 1. Students come from 105 different countries. Giphy The student population is 15% multicultural and comes from 105 countries and all 50 US states. You’ll... Continue reading 11 facts you didn’t know about KU
About Chinese New Year Wondering why some people are saying, “Happy new year!” in the middle of February? The answer is: Chinese New Year. Similar to the January 1st new year holiday, Chinese New Year is a time for new beginnings and hope for good things to come. For 2015, the Chinese New Year is... Continue reading Happy Chinese New Year!
For some students, showing school pride means going to a football game, buying a shirt or joining a club. For a select and sweaty few, school pride means wearing a giant costume. If you’re new to the idea of a school mascot, here’s everything you need to know about these lovable symbols of school spirit!... Continue reading Say hi to Big Jay and Baby Jay, your KU mascots!