Current SGA leaders want to remind students that, although flawed, SGA is still here to serve the students.
Kayla Clark, senior in political science, says Turning Point USA's reputation directly clashes with K-State's values of diversity and inclusion.
Carmen Schober, Kansas State alumna, responds to SAGA's recent statement against the upcoming Turning Point USA event at K-State.
Man identifying himself as the one who bumped Traylor writes in.
By Raychel GadsonI am graduating Magna Cum Laude from K-State this May with a B.A. in Journalism and Mass Communications. I am a member...
Student shares her message for tolerance and compassion.
[President Richard Myers welcomes K-Staters back to campus for the Fall 2017 semester.]
Bill Snyder, head football coach, addresses the student body in this letter to the editor.
Madeline Ames, president of the Young Democrats at K-State, responds to a letter about the KSUnite rally.
Siba Khojah, senior in political science, says teacher evaluations should be public so students can make informed decisions when they enroll.
Jonathan Cole, student senator, says housing in Manhattan will not be safe or affordable until the city government effects change.
Gavin Colton, graduate student in English, shares a prose piece about experiencing a fire alarm in the K-State Student Union
Students showcase the love of learning and devotion to knowledge through undergraduate research projects.
In response to the Christchurch shooting, SGA members Ryan Kelly, Jansen Penny and Ali Karamali challenge the student body to be more inclusive.
Mason Reaser reminds us to be careful about what we read because media bias can have harmful effects.
"Instead of addressing the fundamental needs of students and underpaid staff on campus, we see administration costs increasing."
Student body president Penny and vice president Karamali are excited to share with you the areas of progress made as well as strategic goals moving forward.
A word from Manhattan City Commissioner Aaron Estabrook.
President Kirk Schulz gives a heads up about an important upcoming lecture.