Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade

Justices Clarence Thomas, Neil Gorsuch, Brett Kavanaugh and Amy Coney Barrett joined Alito in the decision, with Chief Justice John Roberts also joining the majority. Dissenting opinions came from Justices Stephen Breyer, Sonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan.

UPDATE: EF2 tornado causes massive damage across Manhattan, at greek houses

On June 11, a storm came through Riley County, leaving mass destruction behind in neighborhoods surrounding K-State's campus.

Leaked Supreme Court draft reveals possibility of overturning Roe v. Wade

A leaked draft shows the public that the Supreme Court plans to overturn Roe v. Wade, which will allow individual states to decide abortion's legality within their own borders.

Kathleen Greene, director of Academic Student Services, announces retirement, reflects on career

Greene found her calling working with students while directing three of K-State's TRIO programs.

On-campus living required for first-year students starting next semester

An expensive change to improve retention rate and academic success, K-State is the seventh of the Big 12 schools to implement a mandatory dorm-stay for incoming freshmen

Three weeks at a Ukrainian refugee shelter in Budapest, Hungary: Differing Futures

Alexander Hurla, senior in humanities, writes about his experiences volunteering at a refugee shelter in Budapest, Hungary from mid-March to early April.

LGBTQ community leaders come together for K-State conference

Presentations from LGBTQ voices at K-State and across the Midwest were given at the annual LGBTQ+ Leadership Conference.

Kansas State research study shows hemp helps ‘mellow out’ stressed cows

A Kansas State research study shows industrial hemp can relieve stress in cattle.

Three weeks at a Ukrainian refugee shelter in Budapest, Hungary: New arrivals, new lives

Alexander Hurla, senior in humanities, writes about his experiences volunteering at a refugee shelter in Budapest, Hungary from mid-March to early April.

Health department announces free COVID-19 testing at Anderson location ends Friday

Free testing will no longer be available at 3019 Anderson Ave after April 29.

‘Not acceptable’: Riley County to build new EMS station after determining response times too...

The new station will be in northern Riley County, where the highest wait times were around 30 minutes.

Three weeks at a Ukrainian refugee shelter in Budapest, Hungary

Alexander Hurla, senior in humanities, writes about his experiences volunteering at a refugee shelter for people from Ukraine in Budapest, Hungary from mid-March to early April.

Silver Key organizes baseball event for Boys & Girls Club of Manhattan

K-State baseball and Silver Key pair up to give the Boys & Girls Club of Manhattan members an exciting experience.

Students share thoughts about recently-announced diversity initiatives, new vice president position

President Linton announces details of the first university-wide diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging strategic plan.

Rumor has it: Wefald Hall rumors spread about the building’s constructional integrity, future

The building went up less than six years ago, but unverifiable rumors detailing its soon-to-be failure have spread throughout the student body and prospective students.

Riley County Health Department reports COVID-19 status decreased from pandemic to endemic

Health Department Director Julie Gibbs said COVID-19 is now an endemic.

University begins renewal of accreditation process

The Higher Learning Commission visited K-State and held open forums to start the university's re-accreditation process.

Former Kansas State President Jon Wefald dies at 84

Wefald served as K-State's president from 1986 to 2009.

Cats’ Cupboard offers online registration for donation drives

Cats' Cupboard helps fight food insecurity on Kansas State's campus by providing food and hygiene products to students, staff and faculty members.

Health department announces increase in COVID-19 positivity rates

Known active COVID-19 cases experienced another slight increase since the last report.
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