Luke’s Locker: The rare, good quarterback controversy

The decision between Martinez and Howard — each has benefits, but only one can play.

Luke’s Locker: Kansas State has a long road to Arlington, Texas

The Big 12 presents a tough path to its Championship Game.

Luke’s Locker: Adrian Martinez is the key to a potential conference title

Kansas State’s Big 12 potential depends on the mentality of Martinez.

OPINION: The War in Europe Intensifies

The resurgence of war in Ukraine early this year left many suspecting the Russian military would undoubtedly dominate the country, leaving the world in awe at the surprising turn of events in recent weeks.

OPINION: Airline prices soar

Philip Gayle, K-State economic professor and department head, said the pricing issue is the result of higher air travel demand.

OPINION: Living intentionally after lockdown

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

OPINION: Transfer portal brings player success

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

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.

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.

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.

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.

OPINION: Women ‘March’ forward through Women’s History Month

History of women's history month as well as the women in America, their impact and footprint on history.

OPINION: Visit Office of Institutional Equity, Student Ombudsperson for assistance against discrimination

The Office of Institutional Equity, as well as the student ombudsperson, are resources that K-State students can reach out to for support in the incident of harassment, discrimination or violence from a K-State staff member.

OPINION: Who will President Biden nominate to the Supreme Court?

Biden finally gets an opportunity to add his own judge to the nation's highest court.

OPINION: Expectations President Linton must meet during presidency

Collegian contributor Vedant Kulkarni shares his expectations of President Linton, who takes over as the new president of Kansas State on Feb. 14.

OPINION: Baseball stands at No. 38 in Hagemann’s NCAA baseball preseason poll

After finishing the 2021 campaign on fire as one of the hottest teams in the country and still being left out of the NCAA tournament, Kansas State baseball aims to take the world by storm and exceed expectations with a combination of experience, transfers, and highly rated freshman.

OPINION: Successes, failures from President Biden’s first year

A recap of Joe Biden's first year in office — from his success to failures as President.

OPINION: Women’s basketball captured momentum, crowd support Saturday

Kansas State women's basketball is off to its best start since 2016-17. Assistant sports editor Nathan Enserro explains why it is important for fans to show up to their games.

OPINION: Football’s future hanging in the balance of administration, coaching staff

After Friday's loss to an abysmal Texas team, it's clearly evident that the coaching and administration are failing the players on the team.

OPINION: Ranking the Top 10 athletes at K-State right now

Everyone's favorite undersized running back, Deuce Vaughn, makes it all the way to No. 3 on the list. Who made it higher?