Noah Ochsner, freshman in agricultural communications, says Kris Kobach is a bad choice for state governor and he'd negatively impact K-State.
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.
Jay Jacobs thanks K-State fans for their hospitality
From scandals to SGA takeovers, Colin Goodman has a long list of reasons why Turning Point USA should not be given a platform at K-State.
A senior in history says students should vote for Kobach. Here's why.
Mason Reaser reminds us to be careful about what we read because media bias can have harmful effects.
Student speaks on how the new gun policy benefits K-State and gun-free zones.
A student's call for an equality of feminism.
Noah Ochsner, freshman in agricultural communications and journalism, says rural students can be at a disadvantage coming into college.
Siba Khojah, senior in political science, says teacher evaluations should be public so students can make informed decisions when they enroll.
Kayla Clark, senior in political science, says Turning Point USA's reputation directly clashes with K-State's values of diversity and inclusion.
Joshua Arnoldy, senior in applied music, speaks out against the planned McCain Auditorium renovations due to the poor state of student facilities.
After Snyder announced last week that he is fighting throat cancer, he addressed a young woman who prayed for him.
This letter from student body president Jordan Kiehl reminds students of upcoming events like KSUnite and useful campus services.
Jonathan Cole, student senator, says housing in Manhattan will not be safe or affordable until the city government effects change.
"Instead of addressing the fundamental needs of students and underpaid staff on campus, we see administration costs increasing."
Man identifying himself as the one who bumped Traylor writes in.
President Kirk Schulz gives a heads up about an important upcoming lecture.
If we are truly a K-State family, let's make sure all our teams feel it.
A letter from student body president Jack Ayres and vice president Olivia Baalman discussing lessons learned from a recent trip to the Big 12 Conference in Texas.