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There are many aspects of college that incoming freshmen expect to be different from high school — things like classes, living situations and friends....

If you haven’t grown up watching K-State sports, attending your first football game in the fall can be almost as confusing as it...

Packing all your belongings into a car and then cramming them into a 12-by-12-foot dorm room you share with another person can seem daunting....

One major change that college presents is a change in one's living situation. Whether students join a greek house, live in residence halls or...

At K-State, there are a lot of opportunities outside of the classroom that can enhance students' college experience. Whether through the college or department...

Coming to college has its perks: more independence, more people to hang out with, more parties and more control of your own life. But,...

For students who are feeling under the weather, getting stressed out or struggling to do well in classes, K-State offers many services to assist...

K-State Housing and Dining employs many students and faculty members whose jobs are to make students happy, safe and comfortable. Getting to know who...

Although right now, students might feel like they will be at K-State forever, the four (or five or six) years you will spend in...

A well-rounded college experience is not complete without memories of school traditions that linger years after graduation. K-State just celebrated its 150th birthday, meaning...

K-State boasts more than 475 student organizations for freshmen to consider joining when they first get on campus. One aspect of campus life that...

Many students get active in different sports during high school, some for fun and others for the competition. Going to college does not mean...

If your high school experience was anything like mine, everybody and their counselor told you countless myths about college life. By the time I...

After living in Manhattan for about two years, I have identified a few experiences that I feel are essential for all people who will...

Some helpful tips to make sure incoming freshmen and transfer students don't miss out on or stress out about orientation and enrollment.

Tuesday's city commission meeting provided such in-depth and controversial debate that it required this second Collegian article. The debate concerned a proposed ordinance that would...

Daily Nebraskan (U. Nebraska)1/11/2007LINCOLN, Neb. - I was once an international student. For the last seven-and-a-half years, no matter how "American" I felt, I...

K-State Salina student wins Goldwater scholarship, Manhattan student honorable mention, Beckham named as next dean of College of Veterinary Medicine, Leadership Studies to host SafeZone introductory training for students Thursday
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