The Collegian's news editor, Kaylie McLaughlin, shares her poem "Empty Chairs" with Kat's Corner.
"Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time" was K-State Book Network's selection for 2017. Its play adaptation is now taking stage at the Purple Masque Theater this weekend.
Only seven students study music composition at K-State, a field of study that emphasizes the art of making music from scratch.
As the temperature drops, the weather calls for warm drinks. Gabriela Faraone shares how to make vegan pumpkin spice latte that'll curb the cold.
A poem by Peter Loganbill, Collegian writer and junior in public relations.
Wanda is a 3-year-old cat currently up for adoption at the T. Russell Reitz Animal Shelter.
Readers pick Purple Apple Awards in Collegian's Best of Manhattan
One of the ways that professors are trying to provide students with continued speech practice and discussion is through recording videos. A website that some professors are using is called Flipgram.
The communities will be hosted via Zoom and will be guided by the novel "How to Be an Antiracist" by Ibram Kendi.
Kansas State added a Chosen Name Policy for students and employees wishing to be identified by a chosen name instead of their legal first name.
Many college students in pursuit of a degree have dreams of earning a good living. Every year, graduates and continuing students vie for internships...
Lafene Health Center sponsored its 21st Annual Health Fair in the K-State Student Union Courtyard on Wednesday. "Lafene should be the first source of health...
Eating pumpkins can give you several health benefits, and there's many ways to eat them.
Professionals give advice to students on how to eat to take care of their brains.
Smart TVs aren't the only option when looking to connect your TV to the Internet
Editor's Note: This article was completed as an assignment for a class in the A.Q. Miller School of Journalism and Mass Communications. K-State-Salina recently received...
These are the puzzle pack answers for April 6, 2015.
Women Empowered: This is part one of an ongoing series profiling strong, inspiring women in the K-State and Manhattan community.
One student has set a lofty goal for himself after graduation and is running for a seat in the Kansas House of Representatives.
K-State Tap Dance Ensemble works with Parents as Teachers to help families bond.