Students Urged to Sign up for Emergency Alerts
Students,As indicated in our platform last semester, K-State Student Governing Association continues to work to ensure students are in the safest environment possible. Funding...
Cost of cheap clothing can be human life, dignity
What would you do if unsafe working conditions ended up causing the death of one of your family members? Would you demand that the...
For the Win – Feb. 11 Comic
by Parker Wilhelm
OP-ED: Don’t let social justice obscure the pursuit of truth in college
Social justice warriors have infiltrated universities to silence unpopular voices. Can you face the truth?
OPINION: Too many safety, health issues surround 2016 Rio Olympics
In spite of the construction delays, environmental hazards and other issues, the Olympic Games will begin Aug. 5 in Rio de Janeiro.
What would be your ideal spring break?
What would be your ideal spring break? I'm going on a cruise to the Bahamas, and anything with a beach will always be my ideal...
OPINION: When homecoming gets in the way of homework, it is hurting students
Due to unfair, time-consuming practices, homecoming can be a detriment to some students' education instead of a celebration of K-State.
Students should pick up their trash
The empty beer can always adds a pleasant touch to any landscape feature. Party cups can add nice color to an otherwise mundane yard....
Abortion funding should be cut down
Last week, I had the privilege of attending the March for Life protest in Washington, D.C. The protest is an anti-abortion rally that was...
OPINION: Gifts to give your parents this holiday season
The holiday season is fast approaching, so here are some gift ideas for your parents.
Letter from the editor: Collegian now publishing print editions once a week
With a heavy heart, the Kansas State Collegian will now publish print editions once a week on Friday's because of budget cuts.
From the President’s Desk: Sept. 15
Seven straight wins for K-State volleyball, K-State Tutoring website launches, OrgSync continues to grow and medical amnesty policy is in the works
US needs to focus on issues that unite, not divide
Over the next few months, hundreds of polls will be conducted across the U.S. to predict the outcome of the midterm elections. These polls...
Congress creates more problems than it fixes
As I watched C-SPAN Tuesday afternoon, I was appalled by what Rep. Tim Ryan, D-Ohio, said."We've spent the last nine months cleaning up the...
OPINION: Financial aid from mom and dad not a bad thing
Students could use the help and shouldn't feel bad accepting it when offered
Public officials need to keep personal out of political
As the presidential election looms, things are heating up here in Kansas — but not in a good way. Just last week Manhattan's own...
Voters’ choice: electoral college or direct democracy?
In 1776, the Electoral College made sense. It was unrealistic to have a popular vote decide who would be president. In 2011, when technology...
OPINION: Broken systems perpetuate sexual misconduct on Capitol Hill
While it may seem that the sexual misconduct of powerful people is finally getting punished, broken appeal systems prevent action in Congress.
Helpful Hints: Hacks to finding a place to live, what to look for when...
Finding housing can be daunting, but there are plenty of resources that you can take advantage of to find the right place to live.