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...

University, Riley County prepare for spring semester amid COVID-19 case surge

As case numbers continue to rise during the worst surge of COVID-19 cases, university and county officials urge students to get vaccinated and mask up.

New gun law brings change to K-State stadium security

Guests entering Bill Snyder Family Stadium and Bramlage Coliseum will see some new changes in the security measures this year.

What the Hale happened: Updates on fire aftermath, accessing library services at K-State

Hale Library will not be open this academic year. Here's what to expect for Hale and K-State's library services.

Peaceful protests continue in Manhattan as locals rally in City Park

Several hundred locals gathered in City Park and marched around its perimeter to protest against police brutality.

Manhattan roads riddled with construction as summer improvements continue

As students head back to campus, summer road work stretches into the fall.

Mexican artists bring culture, color to campus

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

Letter to President Myers on K-State diversity

Campus leaders from student organizations outline a list of steps Kansas State administration should take to increase the university's diversity.

Campus police activity: July 30-Aug. 5

Tuesday, July 30No incidents reported.Wednesday, July 31No incidents reported.Thursday, August 1No incidents reported.Friday, August 2Incident: Vehicle burglary/theft (under $1,500)Location: 1700 College Heights Rd.Time: ...

Campus police activity: Sept. 10-16

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Voting increased at K-State in 2018 midterms

The voting rate or registered students increase from 23.8 percent in 2014 to 47.3 percent in 2018.

Rising temperatures affect pets, decrease animal appetites

The summer heat has captured headlines all over the nation; the triple-digit temperatures have caused concerns for farming, droughts and even heat poisoning. Many...

Sexually suggestive signs cause weekend uproar on social media

Online commenters denounced the signs as offensive and wildly inappropriate.

Campus police activity: July 2-8

Tuesday, July 2No incidents reported.Wednesday, July 3Incident: Theft (under $1,500)Location: 1700 College Heights Rd.Time: 4:39 p.m. (reported July 8)Disposition: Under investigationThursday, July 4No incidents...

In light of restored funding, Regents recommend state universities rework tuition proposals

The Board of Regents requested that the universities re-evaluate their tuition increases — of which K-State had the highest — in consideration of millions of dollars in restored funding.

Campus police activity: July 23-29

Tuesday, July 23No incidents reported.Wednesday, July 24No incidents reported.Thursday, July 25No incidents reported.Friday, July 26No incidents reported.Saturday, July 27Incident: Theft (under $1,500)Location: 1831 Olympic...

Shooting in Aggieville leaves two hospitalized

The university released a statement about the incident, which occurred at Tate's Bar in Aggieville early Sunday morning.

4.0 K-State student drops out, says college is a scam

Billy Willson dropped out of K-State after his first semester of college not because he was adverse to learning, but because to him, college is a scam.

Campus police activity: July 16-22

Tuesday, July 16No incidents reported.Wednesday, July 17Incident: Two vehicle injury accidentLocation: 1500 block of Claflin RoadTime: 4:25 p.m.Disposition: Investigation complete, citation issuedThursday, July 18Incident:...

Country Stampede’s relocation to Topeka spells revenue loss for Manhattan businesses

The Manhattan Area Chamber of Commerce estimates that the city will miss out on $8 million in revenue.
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