Lillyan Koehn

Obituary: Lillyan Koehn

Lillyan Koehn, freshman in bakery science, dies at 19.
Royal Towers apartments

Royal Towers are falling down: Manhattan Fire Department condemns apartments

The Royal Towers Apartments are condemned, leaving many tenants searching for alternative housing. 
New Agriculture Club Meeting

Cultivating Change: New club creates a place for LGBTQ people in agriculture

The idea behind Kansas State's newest club for students in agriculture, Cultivating Change, was simple, said Jenna Wallace and Isabel Haake.

K-State Foundation Chief Investment Officer, Lois Cox, to retire

The K-State Foundation’s Senior Vice President for Investments plans to retire at the end of June after an 18 year tenure.

Rebecca Robinson announced as next CEO of K-State Innovation Partners

Robinson slated to take over for CEO Kent Glasscock when he retires in April.

Aggieville construction paused because of investor withdrawal

Developer remains optimistic despite financial setback in Aggieville building construction.

High fire danger: What it means and how to stay safe

High fire danger is a combination of weather conditions. Residents need to be attentive this season to keep Riley County safe.

63.9% of survey respondents believe K-State responded inadequately to claims of sexual assault

The Culture of Respect Collective, a two-year effort to reduce sexual violence on campus is underway, but a 2021 sexual assault climate survey revealed that students were unaware of available resources and lack confidence in K-State's capacity to hold perpetrators of sexual assault responsible.

Best Collegiate Radio Station: Wildcat 91.9 receives national recognition

K-State’s radio station was awarded four national collegiate broadcasting awards.

Several unlocked cars burglarized along College Avenue

Residents of The Gramercy and Prime Place report items stolen from their cars after leaving them unlocked. 

Manhattan High School’s Interpersonal Skills class shines a spotlight on inclusion

Student-led talent show promoted inclusion onstage and brought people of all abilities together.

Black Student Union wins six awards at 46th annual Big XII Conference

K-State BSU provides opportunities for Black students at K-State to develop themselves into leaders.

Big biotech meets the Little Apple

Manhattan selected for the next Scorpius Biomanufacturing location, bringing an estimated regional economic impact of $1 billion. 

Scholarship honors College of Education’s first Black professor

“Champion of Diversity” scholarship to diversify college of education

College of Ag grant money to go towards new campus facilities and renovations

Historical Ag buildings to receive updates to revitalize the College of Agriculture.

K-State Rodeo: The home of memory and family

K-State Rodeo Club hosted rodeo teams from across the Midwest to compete in Weber Arena

Transfer Treshaun Ward finds his fit in Manhattan

Treshaun Ward, transfer running back from Florida State, has a chance to take over for Vaughn.

BREAKING: Manhattan High School locked down due to social media threat

The community is advised to stay away until further notice.

The Mandela Washington Fellowship returns to K-State

Fellows from Africa will arrive at K-State in June to learn and connect with the Manhattan community. 

Student research aims to help individuals overcome substance addiction

Student Lexe West assists in study to show intervention tactics can be used to improve self-control.