This week’s Monday Morning Brief takes a deeper look at Kansas State's progress toward a more inclusive campus environment and recounts the recent escalation in the local COVID-19 situation.
See what the first commencement since fall 2019 will look like and hear about the latest progress on one of the university’s initiatives in its inclusion action plan.
Finals week is almost here. If you're stressed, check out this advice from Counseling Services psychologist Laurie Wesely.
Thomas Lane sat down on the Collegian Kultivate podcast.
This week’s Monday Morning Brief takes a deeper look at the renovation of Hale Library after years of progress toward reopening after a fire in 2018 and gives an update on the women's basketball season as it returns from a month-long hiatus necessitated by COVID-19 problems.
Vivienne Uccello, Manhattan public information officer, joined the Collegian Kultivate podcast on April 24.
Q&A: Biosecurity Research Institute director discusses COVID-19 infections, vaccinations in progress
Stephen Higgs, director of the Biosecurity Research Institute, joined the podcast on May 11.
Hayley Spellman lead a voter registration drive shortly before the Nov. 5 election. This podcast was recorded Nov. 8.
In this morning’s podcast, see why the cost to park on campus is going up next year, get the latest on the Pride of Wildcat Land Marching Band and more.
In this morning's podcast, catch an update on the men’s basketball team as its dry spell ends and hear about the inaugural Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee in Manhattan.
Zach Perez, student director of Off-Campus Housing Support and sophomore in journalism, talks about what he does and how he can help students.
This podcast was produced by students of the Mass Communication in Society class at K-State as part of a collaboration between the K-State School...
Listen to the Collegian's Cameron Bradley, Nathan Enserro and Marshall Sunner discuss how their jobs changed this year because of COVID-19.
K-State offers the only department of grain science and industry of its kind in the world. On the podcast,see what the department has to offer.
https://soundcloud.com/user-599602548/between-the-lines-episode-1-the-collegian-during-a-pandemicEditor's Note: Between the Lines is the newest podcast produced by the K-State Collegian. This podcast will focus on the methodology of the reporting...
In this morning’s podcast, see how Kansas State’s faculty senate is hoping to respond to and address the university’s downward trends in enrollment and find out how many students actually voted in the Student Governing Association elections.
From Wildcat 91.9: Taking a stance against police brutality, several hundred protesters marched around City Park in Manhattan Wednesday evening.
Maggie Billman joined Kultivate to talk about her personal and professional journey to becoming a highly important member of student government at K-State.
See how some degree requirements might change, catch up on the latest with K-State soccer and hear about what AASU has planned for Asian Pacific Islander Desi American Heritage Month.
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..