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.

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

Council on Parking Operations proposes 10 percent increase in parking permit rate for upcoming...

Student permits will increase by $18 — $180 to $198. Faculty and staff permits have three tiers to reflect benefits levels. The tiers will have just shy of a 10 percent increase.

Policies, funding head senate meeting

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

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.

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.

Kirk and Noel Schulz seek new opportunity at Washington State

The university president and first lady open up about the opportunities that await them at Washington State University and share insight on traits K-State's new leaders might need.

KSUPD Blotter: End of November Report

Kansas State police responded to multiple thefts over and under $1,500; criminal damage to property under $1,000; minor in possession of alcohol; domestic battery; driving while license is suspended, revoked or canceled and a hit and run accident.

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?

Board of Regents approve K-State proposal to offer in-state tuition to Missouri residents

K-State hopes to attract more out-of-state students to the university after a steady decline in enrollment over the past six years.

Kansas suspends its use of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine — here’s what that...

Kansas' decision to suspend its use of the single-dose Johnson and Johnson vaccine over concerns of a rare blood-clotting disorder shouldn't impact vaccine clinics run through Lafene Health Center, director Jim Parker said.

Campus Police Activity: Summer edition

While many students were away for the summer, Kansas State police responded to: multiple one and two-vehicle, non-injury accidents; thefts and criminal damages to property under $1,500; driving under the influence of drugs/alcohol; minors in consumption/possession of alcohol/CMB; criminal trespassing; possession of marijuana; burglaries and warrant arrests.

K-State students, 4-H alum ‘raise hands’ in support of university’s youth development program

Representatives from 4-H — Kansas State's youth development program — tabled on Water's Lawn April 18-19 to encourage current students who are former 4-H members to register as alumni.

Monty Nielsen: The legacy of the retiring K-State registrar

A look into the accomplishments of K-State registrar Monty Nielsen, including electronic transcripts and KSIS. He will retire in July.

Despite student outcry, there likely won’t be a fall break added to university calendar

Provost Charles Taber is not in favor of adding the break.