Marketplace provides opportunity to learn about Fair Trade

The K-StateStudent Union was packed with shoppers browsing the Fair Trade Marketplace on Wednesday. The tables buried under brightly colored fabrics, artifacts and other...

Students react to ‘hateful rhetoric’ from America First Students president with petition, planned protest

Dean of students Thomas Lane responded to students' concerns about junior Jaden McNeil's recent statements on Twitter.

Aggieville Business Association will no longer organize, promote Fake Patty’s Day

The evolution of Fake Patty's Day started in 2007 when Kansas State students were unable to celebrate Manhattan's St. Patrick's Day race and parade because of spring break.

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

Doctoral student receives grant to research intersex individuals, spark difficult conversations

The first $250 will go towards an intersex consultant — Astle said no one in her department identifies as such and it would dilute the research if they didn’t have an intersex viewpoint. The other $750 will be given to intersex individuals that participate in the study.

‘We just love playing’: Marching band members thrive despite budget concerns

Long has the band played an integral part in K-State culture, but the organization has struggled financially in the past and still does today.

Student senate passes legislation on voting, fund transfers

The student senate passed a bill to transfer funds from a surplus account to a debt reduction account, which will help alleviate financial pressure caused by low-privilege fee collections.

Mexican artists bring culture, color to campus

Students and community members learned about Mexican art in a workshop held by the College of Education

Former Kansas State President Jon Wefald dies at 84

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

Owner of vandalized car admits responsibility for racist graffiti

Dauntarius Williams, owner of the vandalized car, says racist graffiti was "just a Halloween prank that got out of hand."

Shakespeare in Love: A Romeo and Juliet masquerade

Stop by the Great Room in Hale Library on Saturday for a Shakespeare masquerade.

‘Pirates of Penzance’ is a swashbuckling combination of music and comedy

"Pirates of Penzance" runs from Thursday to Sunday in McCain Auditorium.

‘What Were You Wearing?’ exhibit shares stories from sexual assault survivors

"What Were You Wearing?," an art installation hosted by CARE, is on display in the Mark A. Chapman Gallery through April 19.

Campus Police Activity: April 5 to April 18

Kansas State Police responded to multiple thefts under $1,500; a vehicle burglary; one and two-vehicle, non-injury accidents; a warrant arrest; and a minor in possession of alcohol/CMB and possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.

Deal will keep Hibachi Hut in Manhattan after historic restaurant goes under

Hibachi Hut, an Aggieville staple since 1959, announced it had gone out of business on May 26. Alan Benest, who worked at Hibachi Hut...

Policies, funding head senate meeting

Senators discuss new safety app, Board of Regents policy and funding across campus

Former professor made Manhattan’s partnership with Czech city possible

When Manhattan's City Commision decided to develop a cultural relationship with a city outside of America, the Partner City Committee was unsure where to...

Family knew K-State student was a victim of foul play

Family members said they knew he had been a victim because Forbit's wallet and phone were not found with his body

Title IX changes to be discussed in virtual open forum Monday

The Office of Institutional Equity will hold an open forum to discuss the university's Title IX policy and hear questions and concerns from students, faculty and staff.