Students will pay more in tuition, fees in fall

Fee increase proposals were voted on at the Tuition and Fees Strategies Committee as K-State seeks greater tuition increase than originally proposed.

Former Gov. Carlin encourages political advocacy in younger generations

K-State Young Democrats and College Republicans hosted a bipartisan event with former Kansas Gov. John Carlin encouraging political advocacy for college students.

Service Inspections

No toilet seats were found inside the mens' bathrooms at Eighteen 63. No toilet paper either. Read all the horrifying details in this week's Service Inspections.

News briefs

Veterinary Medicine announces new executive associate dean; K-State Polytechnic to host summer aviation program.

Local family hosts Toy Drive for children battling cancer

Each year a local family hosts a Toy Drive in memory of their son, Brady Mortimer, to give back to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.

Student radio station holds mental health roundtable

KSDB 91.9, the student-run radio station, held a discussion on mental health with area stakeholders.

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.

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.

“War of the Roses” shows passion, raises awareness on social media

Pi Kappa Phi's "War of the Roses" event raises money for people with disabilities.

Zac Brown Band, Train to perform at Bill Snyder Family Stadium

A Zac Brown Band and Train concert will be the first that takes place at the stadium since 1987.

SGA calls for sexual assault investigation policy change

A resolution calling on university administration to change the policy of not investigating allegations of off-campus sexual assault passed at the Student Governing Association's last meeting of the semester.

Business fee proposal approved by committee

A fee proposal from the College of Business Administration was approved by the Tuition and Fees Strategies Committee.

News briefs

Kansas veterans to receive in-state tuition rates; Powercat Financial Counseling receives $14,000 State Farm grant; Fort Riley completes new drone hanger.

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.

Thursday news briefs

K-State's College of Business Administration ranks in top 50 business schools.

K-State Interfraternity Council calls for change in university sexual assault policy

The Interfraternity Council calls for a change in the university's policy of not investigating off-campus allegations of rape.

News briefs

K-State Olathe celebrates five-year milestone; Washington Post rankings recognize MHS academic successes.