Stanford professor speaks about political parties, foreign policy

Kenneth Schultz, the latest speaker for the Provost Distinguished Lecture Series, spoke about political matters.

Parking Services director says students’ parking issues caused by ‘misunderstanding’ rules

Parking Services director Jeff Barnes said his department is working to improve K-State's parking situation, but student conflicts still occur due to "misunderstanding."

Small gardens could make big impact on campus

Two green infrastructure sites on campus could lead to a future reduction in flood waters, thanks to a grant awarded from the EPA.

Student Access Center emphasizes residence hall accessibility for all students

Kansas State's Student Access Center works to provide accessibility to students with disabilities and injuries

Inspection finds no mold problem in residence hall, housing director tells SGA

In the last student senate meeting of the semester, Student Governing Association heard from a representative from Housing and Dining Services and approved legislation forming a new Special Committee on Membership.

University to cancel in-person classes amid concern over COVID-19

The university will suspend all in-person classes amid mounting concerns for the COVID-19 pandemic.

Sigma Alpha raises funds for fire victims

Sigma Alpha sells T-shirts to raise money for ranchers who lost almost everything in the March fire in southwest Kansas.

Parking Services: Same complaints with new technology on the way

New technological advancements coming to Parking Services include license plate recognition.

Administrators hold town hall to discuss McCain lobby renovations with students

Students voiced concerns over proposed renovations to McCain Auditorium at a town hall meeting Thursday.

Hale Library offers book pick-up service

The service began on June 8.

Housing and Dining Services, Greek Life work to raise awareness of mental health

The chief goal of resident assistants is to get students to the necessary resources, not be counselors.

Students to receive COVID-19 relief funds starting Friday

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.

New York Times editor gives lecture in Forum Hall

Charles Blow gave a lecture about the role of mass media in the Trump administration Tuesday night.

Myers said K-State will suspend 2025 plan, create a 10-year process

Topics include the Black Lives Matter Movement, COVID-19 updates and construction updates for spring 2021

To save money, K-State partners with Westar Energy’s wind power program

By 2020 K-State will get 50 percent of its energy from wind power.

Cloudy in Manhattan with a chance of Rainn

"The Office" star Rainn Wilson makes an appearance at K-State.

KSU Foundation raises $152.6 million in 2016-2017 fiscal year

The 2016-2017 fiscal year was the Kansas State University Foundation's second most successful year of fundraising.

UPDATE: Monday morning classes cancelled at K-State’s Manhattan, Polytechnic campuses

As snow piles up, Manhattan remains under blizzard warning until 6 p.m.

Farrow-to-finish facility for K-State swine provides research, hands-on learning

The K-State Swine Teaching and Research Facility provides students with opportunities to learn about swine production.