Runners participate in 5K, benefit Boys and Girls Club

Acacia and Zeta Tau Alpha raised $1,380 for the Boys and Girls Club through the Color Dash.

K-State Belleza Latina Pageant showcases culture, beauty, talent

K-State's Belleza Latina Pageant was held Saturday in Forum Hall at the Student Union.

Research with African-American fraternity shows importance of mentoring students

Associate professor helps Phi Beta Sigma fraternity conduct research on how their connections to campus are useful.

Delta Sigma Phi philanthropy helps shelter dogs find homes

The men of Delta Sigma Phi fraternity raised money for Purple Power Animal Welfare Society and helped shelter dogs find new homes at their annual philanthropy event.

UPC hosts 2nd Cattywampus K-State Proud Celebration

Union Program Council hosts second annual K-State Proud Celebration concert at Memorial Stadium.

Sigma Paw Gamma raises money for animals, relieves stress

Sigma Tau Gamma fraternity worked to help students relieve stress and dogs find homes Thursday afternoon.

K-State track to compete in Rock Chalk Classic

As the outdoor season begins to wrap up, K-State heads to the Rock Chalk Classic this Saturday.

K-State professor re-thinks healing for wounded vets

K-State associate professor presents at TEDx to discuss veteran issues.

Students join forces in support of university policy change

Student groups and organizations used Wednesday as a day of advocacy for change in K-State's investigation policy.

Annual soccer tournament commemorates fallen K-Stater

Annual soccer tournament honors Ed Chartrand, former K-State soccer player.

Eating, snacking provides cognitive boost

Students may need to focus on their diets just as much as their books during finals week.

Byron Pringle’s electrifying performance at the spring game shows great potential

The new sophomore wideout put on quite a show in his first public appearance as a Wildcat.

University, students prepare for severe weather

With severe weather coming, students and K-State officials discuss what they do in preparation.

A day in the life of Cayenne, the first Corgi

An exclusive look into the life of K-State's first dog.

Newly appointed Wildcat captain ready to lead by example

Consistency is key for the defensive end.

BatCats look to take midweek game

K-State baseball has never lost to Grand Canyon.

Talley’s Big 12 Championship performance earns her more postseason play

Junior Madison Talley returns to the NCAA Tournament for the second year in a row.

Professors’ research shows moderate exercise may help cancer treatments

Research done by K-State professors shows that moderate exercise may benefit cancer treatments.

5 takeaways from Saturday’s Purple and White Spring Game

It's hard to learn much in a spring game, but K-State fans started to get a little clearer picture of what will hit the field this fall.

K-State joint choral performance includes surprises

In-A-Chord and the K-State Singers joined together for the first time in concert, and two people received surprises.