Monday Morning Brief: Nov. 9
This week’s Monday Morning Brief takes a deeper look at the general election results on the local level, dives into the legacy of professor emeritus Barry Flinchbaugh and spells out the latest in local COVID-19 news.
Monday Morning Brief: Nov. 2
This week’s Monday Morning Brief takes a deeper look at some K-State students’ battle for safe and affordable housing and unpacks the recent successes of the K-State volleyball team.
Q&A: Maggie Billman on methods to combat personal, professional obstacles
Maggie Billman joined Kultivate to talk about her personal and professional journey to becoming a highly important member of student government at K-State.
Monday Morning Brief: Oct. 26
In this week's Monday Morning Brief, take a deeper dive into why a low positivity rate has some campus officials worried about new COVID-19 case surges, and take a look at how Lafene Health Center is preparing for a flu season that overlaps with the pandemic. Also, hear about how K-State faired in the 118th Sunflower Showdown.
Kultivate Podcast: Take a look into the only department of grain science and industry...
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.
Q&A: Tel Wittmer on obstacles, opportunities that come with being student body president
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..
Between the Lines Podcast: Episode 2, ‘BLM protests’
Collegian reporters, already scattered across the U.S. and still adjusting to a new kind of reporting, were yet again facing a new frontier: reporting on racially-charged protests during a worldwide pandemic.
LISTEN: Voices of a Protest
In a special Collegian podcast, hear the voices of protesters as they share their stories of racism from a Black Lives Matter gathering.
Wildcat 91.9: Black Lives Matter protests continue in the greater Manhattan area
From Wildcat 91.9: Taking a stance against police brutality, several hundred protesters marched around City Park in Manhattan Wednesday evening.
Between the Lines Podcast: Episode 1, ‘Coronavirus Coverage’
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...
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.
Q&A: Manhattan public information officer about how the pandemic is impacting Riley County
Vivienne Uccello, Manhattan public information officer, joined the Collegian Kultivate podcast on April 24.
Q&A: Andrew Smith discusses recovery, what COVID-19 feels like
Smith joined the podcast on March 14.
Q&A: Architecture professor, students discuss ongoing projects involving COVID-19
This podcast was recorded on April 10.
Q&A: Study abroad student reflects on time in Italy during COVID-19 outbreak
Emma Witter, junior is mass communications, ended her study abroad program early due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Q&A: City planner explains 2020 Census, discusses necessity of accuracy
Census Day is April 1.
Q&A: University spokesperson on how COVID-19 is affecting K-State
Morris joined the podcast on March 19.
Q&A: Local artist Ben Chaverin performs new single, discusses songwriting
Local artist Ben Chaverin joined the Kultivate podcast to play a couple of his Spotify singles and talk through the songwriting process.
Q&A: March for Our Lives co-founder Cameron Kasky on the state of politics, how...
Kasky joined the podcast shortly before his talk on Tuesday night.
Q&A: Hannah Heatherman discusses background, policies, presidential run
Heatherman is the speaker of student senate.