News Briefs

K-State Research advocates for research connected to Zika virus, psychologist researches millennials choice of chocolate

Confucius Institute welcomes Year of Monkey with culture fair

K-State's Confucius Institute hosted a Chinese New Year culture fair Sunday evening in the K-State Student Union.

Student fights for cystic fibrosis cure alongside peers

Student demonstrates leadership in search for cure to disease that affects her personally.

K-State hosts second annual Invitational Game Jam

Participants compete to see who can develop the best video game in 48 hours.

North Mid-Campus Drive to close next week due to facilities work

In an email from Roberta Johnson, the senior director of administrative and IT services at Hale Library explains a plan for partial, and eventually, total closure of Mid-Campus Drive, due to street work.

UPC responds to social media criticism of TEDxMHK diversity

UPC plans to engage the community more in future TEDxMHK events.

American Ethnic Studies Student Association educates on hip-hop culture

American Ethnic Studies Student Association held an event featuring hip-hop artists, activists and educators to tell hip-hop's cultural story.

SGA member’s bill passes House

Lifeline 911 makes its way through the Kansas legislature

News briefs

K-State Manhattan campus, Student Union nationally ranked; Shakespeare's first folio comes to campus; attempted Fort Riley bomber pleads guilty.

Horticulture students grow learning experiences

With the recent living green wall, patio projects and enthusiasm from faculty and students, K-State's Department of Horticulture, Forestry and Recreation Resources has established roots to grow.

Leadership class takes initiative with Canvas of Diversity campaign

Leadership class talks about diversity and inclusiveness with the Canvas of Diversity campaign and the Cats for Inclusion initiative.

Miss Kansas titleholders promote awareness

Five K-State women to compete for the chance to represent state as Miss Kansas

From the president’s desk

A letter from the student body president and vice president.

News briefs

Sex trafficking in Manhattan and Junction City, fire in Ogden.

Students discuss potential tobacco ban

Students voiced their opinions on a potential tobacco ban at a Student Governing Association event.

Van Ranken-Kennedy to run for student body president, vice president

Jessica Van Ranken and Trenton Kennedy have announced their candidacy for the upcoming SGA elections.

City Commission hears public comment on nondiscrimination ordinance

The Manhattan City Commission heard the request of Susan Gerth regarding the city's nondiscrimination ordinance.

Service inspections

Want to know where food safety violations occurred? Check out this week's service inspections.

News briefs

Aggieville shooting trial begins; K-State recognized for undergraduate enrollment, research activity; Manhattan announces new city attorney.

Students, faculty evacuated from Seaton Hall

Burnt food caused students and faculty to evacuate Seaton Hall.