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.
From Wildcat 91.9: Taking a stance against police brutality, several hundred protesters marched around City Park in Manhattan Wednesday evening.
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..
In this morning’s podcast, see what the end of the countywide mask mandate means for you, find out about a challenge to get out outdoors and explore and more.
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, see why it might be easier for some students to attend sporting events on campus next year and get a glimpse at what the Student Governing Association has planned for the remainder of its term.
In this morning’s podcast, catch an update on possible changes to university's tuition and fees structure, see why Fake Patty's Day may be no more and other stories.
This podcast was recorded on April 10.
Finals week is almost here. If you're stressed, check out this advice from Counseling Services psychologist Laurie Wesely.
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.
Jim Parker and Jean DeDonder joined Kultivate to discuss seasonal affective disorder, the flu shot and more.
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.
Hayley Spellman lead a voter registration drive shortly before the Nov. 5 election. This podcast was recorded Nov. 8.
Smith joined the podcast on March 14.
In this morning’s podcast, see what’s got campus and community health officials concerned about the potential for a surge in COVID-19 cases and get a look at what’s to come for the K-State football team in the 2021 season.
Kathryn Collins joined the podcast on Dec. 4.
Thomas Lane sat down on the Collegian Kultivate podcast.
Manhattan City Commissioner Usha Reddi joined Kultivate shortly before Thanksgiving break.
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.
This week's Monday Morning Brief takes a deeper look at the spring COVID-19 gating criteria as the in-person part of the semester gets underway and examines the revisions to the student conduct policy.