K-State administration launches Next-Gen K-State

New improvement plan announced to create more opportunities for students.

Restructuring studio culture: The college of architecture looks to build healthier habits

The new dean of architecture looks to address the toxic traditions of the program.

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.

‘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.

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.

K-State reaffiliates with student organizations to foster better relationships  

Student Organizations can establish a connection with K-State to seek guidance and access university resources.

$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.

Eric Meyer of the Marion County Record visits K-State

Following the raid on his newspaper, Eric Meyer came to speak to K-State students about the importance of the free press.

Best Collegiate Radio Station: Wildcat 91.9 receives national recognition

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

Members of multicultural student organizations walk out of SGA meeting after controversial resolution passed

Members of various multicultural student organizations walked out of last week’s Student Governing Association meeting after the resolution approving standing committee chairs and the parliamentarian passed by a vote of 32-8-5. 

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?
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.

Kansas bans transgender athletes from women’s and girls’ sports

“Here’s what this bill would actually do: harm the mental health of our students,” Gov. Laura Kelly said of the transgender student athlete ban in her March message regarding the veto of House Bill 2238.

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.
Walkout chalking

Students hold ‘Walkout for LGBTQIA+ Acceptance’

Protests arise after controversial student government meeting and the approval of anti-transgender bill in Missouri.

Ongoing complaints remain unresolved: Kedzie Hall falling apart

Students express concern about condition of Kedzie Hall.

Chris Culbertson named dean of the College of Arts and Sciences

Culbertson served first day as dean on Sunday after 11 years of work in the College of Arts and Sciences. 

All In for K-State: Donors gift over $1 million to students’ financial futures

In a Kansas State climate survey, one-third of students who participated reported they have considered dropping out of K-State due to financial issues.