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.
Everyone's favorite undersized running back, Deuce Vaughn, makes it all the way to No. 3 on the list. Who made it higher?
The Collegian's Landon Reinhardt is a bit excited for this upcoming K-State women's basketball season as he gives his opinion on how he thinks the talent on the team will set the Wildcats up for a big season.
As the university moves ahead, it needs a leader who understands students' struggles on campus.
Receiving hate and threats online might make you feel like you should stop using social media, and cause a lot of anxiety, depression or fear.
With talks of Oklahoma and Texas leaving the Big 12 to join the SEC, many college football fans are at a loss as to what to think of the issue. The Collegian sports desk is here to offer their thoughts.
Dear K-State administration, be better.
With the school year coming to a close, here's what we've learned during the unforgettable COVID-19 sports season.
Bolton would take a bullet for the students at K-State, and anyone who knows her would do the same.
While K-State prides itself on being an inclusive and equitable university, the safety of marginalized students isn't ensured. It's important that marginalized students make their presence known and represented across campus.
On Monday, the MLB's Texas Rangers opened up Globe Life Field at full capacity with 38,238 fans in attendance — a feat that's jumping the gun amid the ongoing pandemic.
If you ever find yourself in such a situation, remember first to breathe, ignore such people and focus on your life's positives. Reach out to your friends and family who are always there to support you, because they know who you truly are!
A lot of progress is needed to expand the CARE office's reach across our campus.
I wanted to share my experience publicly because being an international student during a pandemic has been extremely stressful and difficult.
Longer days of sunshine create more possibilities for outside activities, and Manhattan offers many adventures.
It would be easy to accept the stories I grew up reading as the gospel truth of goodness, but we were not made for comfort; we were made for greatness. And many times that means making decisions that aren’t so easy, including becoming aware of our own ignorance.
The medium may have changed, but the mission is the same.
Hale may have burned and there is a pandemic, but the library still gets books to students and does so safely.
There’s nothing better than getting cozy on the couch, lighting some candles and watching a feel-good movie.
New conversations spark on the K-State campus.