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.

Band stops mid-Wabash Cannonball after ‘vulgar chant’ flares in student section

K-State game day personalities, including Frank Tracz and Bill Snyder, are stepping in to end the vulgar "F*** KU" chant.

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.

Women’s History Month pop-up gallery goes on display in the Union this week

UPC celebrated Women's History Month with a pop-up gallery for onlookers to learn from and enjoy.

New band hall set to open this spring 

The new band hall commemorates director Frank Tracz and the K-State marching band’s years of hard work.

Best Collegiate Radio Station: Wildcat 91.9 receives national recognition

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

$35,000 privately-funded Willie the Wildcat sculpture frustrates some K-State students

A statue of Willie the Wildcat, paid for by outside donations to the University Excellence Fund, has stirred frustrations within the K-State student body.

K-State to offer lower tuition for out-of-state students from 5 states

Students from five key states will only pay 50 percent more than the in-state tuition.

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.

Your professor is 15 minutes late to class. Are you allowed to leave?

Fact or fiction: Is there any truth to the rumor that if your professor is 15 minutes late to a class, you're free to leave?

From the fire to the field: The birth of The Wabash Cannonball

Following the Nichols Hall fire that more or less crippled the band department on Dec. 13, 1968, the Pride of Wildcat Land returned just three days later to play "The Wabash Cannonball" for the first time.

Call Hall Dairy Bar scoops vanilla, chocolate, purple pride and more

Vanilla, purple pride and chocolate ice cream top the Call Hall Dairy Bar's most-served list.

K-State student, Dr Pepper fan rewarded with life-size soda fountain

Claire Daniels, senior in communications studies, expressed her love for Dr Pepper over Twitter and was then rewarded with a 6-foot Dr Pepper soda fountain.

Classroom renovations improve learning environments, diminish discrepancies across classrooms

At an institution as old as K-State, budget and funding discrepancies often hold back renovations needed to maintain old classrooms.

‘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.

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.

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.

“Kit Kat thief” tweet earns student 6,500 candy bars for giveaway

Hunter Jobbins, freshman in athletic training, was given 6,500 Kit Kats to give away for free on Haymaker Hall's lawn Thursday evening.

Martin Luther King Jr.’s impact left mark on campus, Manhattan

A bronze bust in front of Ahearn Field House and a silhouette of Martin Luther King Jr. on 17th Street memorialize the impact King had after he spoke at a 1968 Kansas State convocation.

Scholarship GPA requirements lowering for fall 2020 at K-State

K-State's GPA requirement for scholarships has long been the highest in the state, but that is changing soon.