Perdue chats with students on key issues in agriculture

United States Secretary of Agriculture visited K-State and joined a select student group to dive deeper into Landon Lecture topics.

Campus police activity: April 23 to May 5

K-State Police are investigating a vehicle burglary and a theft under $1,500.

Here’s the complete list of the student senators for the 2020-2021 academic year

The new senators will be sworn in later this semester.

Architect Marlon Blackwell lectures on ‘unholy unions’ in design

Marlon Blackwell speaks about abstraction in a landscape of "unholy unions" as part of the Ekdahl Distinguished Lecture series.

Slow but steady: Work progresses on proposed multicultural student center

Demand for a new multicultural student center that would house the more than 20 multicultural student organizations has forced the wheels to turn on the project.

Student drinking habits intensify during first week back at school

Manhattan bars and liquor stores see an increase in business when students return to campus for the spring semester.

Black Student Union hosts vigil for understanding and peace

Students gathered for a vigil against racism Wednesday evening at Bosco Student Plaza.

“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.

Kat Chat educates on Fake Patty’s Day safety

K-State's Kat Chat discussion series hosted a chat Tuesday evening regarding safe partying practices for the upcoming Fake Patty's Day.

McCain hosts 13th annual K-State Drag Show

Drag queens perform and raise $3,000 for campus LGBT scholarships.

Beach Museum unveils new photography exhibit

The Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art recently unveiled a new exhibit entitled “Kansas Veterinarian at Work: A Portrait by Tom Mohr.”

K-State sees increase in honor code violations

The 2015-2016 school year saw almost a 90 percent increase in honor code violations with plagiarism and unauthorized collaboration leading the pack.

Freshmen campus housing discussions tabled during pandemic

Fort Hays State University, Washburn, Wichita State University and Pittsburg State University all require freshmen to live on-campus. The University of Kansas does not.

Reported sexual assaults triple; K-State report

The Annual Campus Security and Fire Safety Report, released earlier this week, shows an increase in sexual assault reports on campus.

K-State greeks build culture of service

Members of K-State sororities and fraternities devote their time to giving back to the community

Manhappenin’ Magazine’s fall issue out Thursday night with release party

Manhappenin' Magazine released its fall issue with a Halloween release party.

Ebony Theatre’s First Fridays will showcase talent from students of color

Ebony Theatre's First Fridays at Purple Masque Theatre will showcase artists of color to celebrate diversity within the arts.

From the president’s desk

Student Body President Andy Hurtig and Vice President Joe Tinker congratulate band, update student on Bill Snyder Family Stadium upgrades.

Greyhound provides new transportation option to, from Manhattan campus

Greyhound's Manhattan bus stop is a new transportation option for K-State students.

Student Life meeting connects Founders Hill fire victims with assistance

Representatives from various offices across campus come together to speak individually with victims of the Founders Hill fire.