K-State student hosted a bone marrow drive on campus to find matches for individuals in need of a bone marrow transplants
The Student Governing Association approves a cut in privilege fee funding to K-State Athletics.
The American Red Cross will partner again for the annual K-State fall blood drive.
K-State does not have a recommended number of study hours, but the same cannot be said for individual colleges.
Going forward, students who have need of special transportation accommodations will be asked to use the aTa Bus that runs routes on and off campus.
Percussion studio students showcase talent at recital.
K-State Libraries' plan to renovate the first floor of Hale Library gets a major donation from K-State alumni Dave and Ellie Everitt.
The Beach Museum of Art kicked off the new semester with the Recycled Art Welcome Back Night, allowing students to create their own art and sculptures with recycled materials.
With an upcoming memorial service honoring all those who have passed due to HIV-related illnesses, individuals push to end stereotypes about the disease.
K-State students participated in the Union Program Council's After Hours social event Canoe Battleship Friday evening.
K-State has methods of alerting and training students to protect themselves in the event of an emergency.
A Tuesday vote to debate a firearm bill might trigger a scramble to limit concealed carry on college campuses before the summer implementation.
The ACLU of Kansas director argues why Kris Kobach's bill is wrong and illegal.
Students, faculty and staff discussed concerns related to Title IX policy changes Monday in a virtual forum.
Students in the Derby Complex celebrated the end of the semester with an outdoor carnival on Sunday.
These grants, totaling $5.8 million, are part of the federal Coronavirus response and relief supplemental appropriations act. K-State received about $6.3 million in all to go towards student financial relief.
It's out with the old and in with the new as K-State continues into its second year on a modernized budget plan.
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.
Hunter Jobbins, freshman in athletic training, was given 6,500 Kit Kats to give away for free on Haymaker Hall's lawn Thursday evening.
Students looking to get involved on campus discovered numerous clubs and activities at the semiannual Union Expo and Activities Carnival.