Editor's Note: This article was updated at 7:10 p.m. to include KSU Acting President Clara Stamps' confirmation of Graham's termination, as well as Stamps' statement indicating that she did not tell Graham that his termination resulted from CPE's review of the university.
Former Kentucky State President M. Christopher Brown did not speak on Tuesday at his final board of regents meeting. He resigned from the university’s top post in a letter dated July 15 and quickly left.
M. Christopher Brown II’s resignation as president of Kentucky State University has drawn headlines throughout the state and country.
Shortly after news broke of Kentucky State University President Dr. M. Christopher Brown II’s resignation amid questions about the school’s finances and several lawsuits against the university, people involved with the university began talking.
Dr. M. Christopher Brown II resigned as president of Kentucky State University amid financial concerns during a special called meeting Tuesday of the KSU Board of Regents.
Dr. M. Christopher Brown II resigned effective immediately as Kentucky State University president at a special-called meeting of the KSU Board of Regents Tuesday morning.
Between regent complaints to the governor, a likely audit of college finances and a closed session discussion of personnel action, the stage has been set for one of the most noteworthy meetings of Kentucky State University President M. Christopher Brown II’s tenure.
“Several regents” on the board of Kentucky State University have raised concerns about the state of the school to the governor’s office.
Franklin Circuit Judge Phillip Shepherd held strong on the merits of considering a case against Kentucky State University for firing a whistleblower who complained of alleged sexual harassment of students by former university officials.
When Brett Sylve had his choice of where to volunteer for a week this summer, it wasn’t a hard choice.
The Kentucky State football team will take on rival Central State in the inaugural Classic for Columbus on Saturday, Aug. 28, at 2:30 p.m. in Columbus, Ohio.
Kentucky State University is facing several lawsuits that allege misconduct by administrators, including President M. Christopher Brown II, per a report by the Herald-Leader published on Friday.
Whiskey is big business in Kentucky, and one whiskey company is helping Kentucky State University students join that workforce.
Frankfort High School students have been able to get out from behind their desks and do some hands-on work in a “food forest” they are creating at the school.
The Kentucky State University School of Humanities and the Performing Arts in partnership with the City of Frankfort and the Frankfort Arts Foundation will present an International Jazz Day virtual concert at noon and again at 8 p.m. on April 30.
Lamman Rucker, an actor, educator, activist and entrepreneur, will deliver the keynote address at Kentucky State University’s 2021 Spring Commencement Convocation on May 7.
After receiving an audit from the Kentucky State University Foundation, KSU’s Board of Regents approved the school’s audit of the 2019-20 fiscal year at a special called meeting last week.
A virtual jazz concert will be held by Kentucky State University, the City of Frankfort and the Frankfort Arts Foundation as part of International Jazz Day on Friday, April 30.
Kentucky State University President M. Christopher Brown II was watching an NBA All-Star event last weekend, a two-on-two basketball game featuring Louisville native and rapper Jack Harlow, when something caught his attention.
Kentucky State University is poised to file its audit for fiscal year 2020. There’s just one glitch — the school is still waiting on the audit from the Kentucky State University Foundation.
Kentucky State University is one of 25 historically Black colleges and universities across the country that will receive a donation from British-based beer and spirits maker, Diageo, continuing an upswell of giving to the institutions following last summer's racial justice protests.
The Kentucky State University Board of Regents approved the annual evaluation of KSU President M. Christopher Brown II Thursday at its annual retreat.
Frankfort Independent Schools Superintendent Houston Barber and Franklin County Schools Superintendent Mark Kopp said Thursday that their districts will continue with virtual instruction through December.
Three local folks are involved in a new website designed to increase awareness, education and access to African American history.
Thanks to a partnership between Kentucky State University and the YMCA of Central Kentucky, Frankfort Y members will have access to the indoor pool at the William Exum Center.
Franklin County’s incidence rate for COVID-19 cases hasn’t dropped much, and both local school districts are staying with their current instruction plan for the coming week.
More than 200 Kentucky State University graduates officially earned their degrees Friday during the spring 2020 commencement convocation at Alumni Stadium.
Former Kentucky State University President Mary Sias was named to the Texas Southern University Board of Regents by Texas Gov. Greg Abbott recently.
This has been a tough year for just about everyone, but Dr. M. Christopher Brown II, president of Kentucky State University, sees brighter days ahead for KSU.
Frankfort Grants Manager Rebecca Hall has been working for the city for 15 years. The city has been contemplating work on the current Pinsly Trail for nearly all of that time, she says.