While the results to the presidential election remain unclear, we're reminded of the many other races that make a difference in our communities
The K-State Rec Center mandated that masks be worn at all times, including during cardio workouts and on the running track.
President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden participate in round two of presidential debates, this time with the possibility of being muted.
As each party demands totalitarian-like commitment, elections become more divisive and unproductive
While the K-State administration works out how to penalize the disruptors, there are many things all of us can do.
LETTER: Student Governing Association members believe spring mental wellness day will be critical to...
Members of SGA urge faculty to allow for a spring mental wellness day after it was announced there will be no spring break.
It's time to start investing in refugees rather than fearing them by providing them with education and tools.
International students are able to witness the fight for equality in the United States. They should take the fight for things like racial equality, LGBTQ+ rights and climate change to their home countries as well.
COVID-19 and a lack of activities can create an environment ideal for obsessive thoughts about food, exercise and healthy living.
With a heavy heart, the Kansas State Collegian will now publish print editions once a week on Friday's because of budget cuts.
With so many different deadlines, requirements and not to mention the actual candidates themselves, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed by the entire process.
While nationalism may sound attractive, if the 20th century taught us anything, it was that nationalism and fascism go hand-in-hand and are overall destructive for the world.
As TikTok proves difficult to regulate, it may be a good idea to take individual action against it to prevent handing over too much information to the Chinese.
Collegian opinions editor Anna Schmidt talks with Tel Wittmer, student body president and senior in secondary education, about being a student leader during a pandemic in the first episode of Collegian Kultivate this fall..
A presidential election is pivotal enough without an unspecified number of Supreme Court nominations in play as well.
With Zoom conferences and Canvas discussion posts in full swing, access to a laptop is more important than ever.
With the country more divided than ever, it's time we approach COVID-19 and each other with more compassion and understanding
Globalization is not to blame for the spread of COVID-19, rather it is our hope for getting out of it.
On The Spot Improv's podcast is a virtual continuation of the group's comedic presence on campus.
With the seasons changing, many trends are likely to present themselves in full force this fall.