Ahearn Field House stays: just with a new look

Discussion of Ahearn’s future and historical past remains at the forefront of conversation amid construction.

Students wait hours for tickets to Big 12 Championship game

Two thousand students expected to attend the K-State vs TCU game in Arlington, Texas.

Head 2 Head

Guest Columnist: Michael DuPont II, sports editor, The Daily Toreador John Zetmeir: sports editor, The Collegian

K-State reaches diversity and inclusion milestone

The American Association of Colleges and Universities announced Kansas State University has been chosen to host Truth, Racial Healing and Transformation Campus Centers.

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...

10 reasons social networking benefits students

As the character of Mark Zuckerberg popularly said in the movie "The Social Network," "People want to go online and check out their friends,...

Pathway to Nursing program brings nursing to K-State

Kansas State partners with Wichita State University to provide a nursing program at the Manhattan campus.

Interview with Laura Kelly K-State student campaign volunteer Samantha Suchanek

Collegian managing editor Kelsey Volk interviews campaign volunteer and Kansas State student Samantha Suchanek at the Laura Kelly watch party.

Meet Mike Dodson, Republican KS House of Representatives candidate for District 67

Mike Dodson joins us for an interview hours before the polls close on Nov. 8 for Election 2022.

Representative Les Mason live at Derek Schmidt’s watch party

Collegian reporter Alex Rewerts interviews Representative Les Mason from McPherson about election night and Schmidt's watch party in Topeka.

Personal experiences inspire new warming center

Be Able Community Center and The Center of Hope Ministry seek to show compassion to those who need help during the winter months.

4 things to gain from a college education

When most of us came to K-State, the first thing we were looking to acquire was some sort of professional degree. Whether it was...

Father of autistic child launches ‘Operation Jack’

When Sam Felsenfeld broke his neck at the age of 16 in a swimming pool accident, it was fate that allowed him to regain...

Stepping has roots in Africa: Roots of stepping

Many students have seen the high-energy performances of stepping, but are unaware of the rich history and African roots of the dance form. Stepping, a...

Social networks surpass Internet porn in popularity

Social media has become bigger than the porn industry. According to an article on reuters.com, the new "it" girl title belongs to social networking...

4 positive impacts of globalization on world economy

It's a small world, after all. This saying has never been more true, and if trends continue to develop the way they are, the...

Sexual predators use a variety of drugs to sedate victims

"I always wondered why they were called 'roofies', cause you're more likely to end up on the floor than the roof. They should call...

‘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.

K-State looks to improve efficiency with new payroll system

The university is looking to make changes that would streamline the hour logging and payroll process for student employees.

Election 2022: Voting preparation guide

Our resource guide for casting your vote on or before Election Day 2022.