LETTER: I’m a Republican, but K-Staters shouldn’t vote for Kobach

Noah Ochsner, freshman in agricultural communications, says Kris Kobach is a bad choice for state governor and he'd negatively impact K-State.

LETTER: We need to talk about land grants

In an article published in the Kansas State Collegian on March 24, new K-State president Richard Linton said he wants to keep K-State connected to its land-grant mission.

Recent studies prove traditional gender roles bring greatest happiness

Rogers argues that due to recent studies, traditional gender roles bring about greatest happiness for both sexes, feminists should consider this before promoting equality in relationships.

OPINION: An end to springing forward and falling back

Daylight saving time has been a hot topic for years, and after the recent legislation passed by the Senate, we might be seeing the sun for longer.

OPINION: Transfer portal brings player success

From an athlete's perspective, the transfer portal knocks it out of the park.

OPINION: Living intentionally after lockdown

The slowing of life during the pandemic could be a better way to function as a society.

Marilyn Monroe not a positive role model for today’s women

Monroe's life of drug abuse, submission, and unfaithfulness forgotten by women today.

OPINION: Tang doesn’t just have to build a roster, he has to build a...

Collegian graphic design editor Marshall Sunner breaks down why he thinks Jerome Tang's job is going to be harder without loyalty from his fanbase.

Sweatshops violate human rights; American companies at fault

Within recent international events, there has been significant coverage about the conditions of factories in the Middle East, Southeast Asia, and southern Asia. Some...

OPINION: Hot dogs are not sandwiches

A new debate that's taken the world by storm asks if hot dogs should be considered sandwiches. Here's my take.

Fake Patty’s Day weekend arrest reports

Police activity during Fake Patty's Day weekend.

Stop assuming: looks define appearance, not race

Many people in this world automatically judge someone by the color of their skin. Some admit it while others keep it to themselves....

OPINION: GMOs are good for crop production, not harmful

Genetically modified organisms are becoming more common in farms and produce sections, and the benefits of GMOs outweigh the risks.

OPINION: My boredom made me realize ‘Shrek’ had a missed opportunity

With nothing better to do, you may begin to realize that a certain scene from "Shrek" falls short of the excellence and heart found in the rest of the movie.

OPINION: Studying abroad is an adventure every student should choose

To make the most of your time in college, you should study abroad for the experience of a lifetime.

Nate’s Notes: If Weber is done, don’t celebrate

Bruce Weber brought success and good basketball to Manhattan. Stop acting like he didn't.

Affirmative action is fair, necessary to make up for opportunities lost to minorities

I think we can all agree that people deserve a chance to succeed. Regardless of race, gender, religion, national origin or any other...

Worst pickup lines

Statements that will ensure rejection

The Semi-Daily Kaylie: I didn’t wear makeup for 48 hours

In Kaylie McLaughlin's new column, she describes her experience with giving up makeup for 48 hours.

OPINION: Why band kids are the best people

Being in a school band gives you life skills you didn't know you needed. Here are just a few.