Stanford professor speaks about political parties, foreign policy

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

UPC hosts 40th screening of ‘Rocky Horror’

The K-State community dressed up and participated in a cult classic movie showing.

Parking on Campus Creek Road not allowed April through June due to construction

The city of Manhattan plans construction of storm sewers on campus to begin April 1.

Advocate Jay Pryor speaks at the Transgender Day of Remembrance event

The life coach and advocate urged the community to unite and work toward change.

Search for serial rapist continues, police urge students to stay safe

Local police encourage students to stay vigilant as the Kansas college rapist investigation continues.

Student senate creates Tuition Enhancement Committee, approves new attorney general

The committee members will work to allocate approximately $700,000 of funding to help implement new programs or initiatives to benefit the student body.

One new case of COVID-19 case reported in Riley County

On Friday, the Riley County Health Department reported one new case of COVID-19, bringing the total to 27 positives.

Campus COVID-19 plan doesn’t include data thresholds because it’s more ‘holistic,’ officials say

About a week into the semester, K-State announced key data points — positivity rate, capacity to quarantine students, hospitalizations, case severity and testing availability — that it would be watching to judge the feasibility of face-to-face instruction, but those metrics did not come with thresholds.

K-State Union Program Council sponsors paintball, pizza

The Union Program Council held an After Hours event at the Chester E. Peter's Recreational Complex Friday evening for a night of pizza and paintball.

University cancels fall commencement because of COVID-19 increases

Kansas State canceled fall commencement ceremonies scheduled for Nov. 20-22 because of an increase of COVID-19 cases in Manhattan and the state of Kansas.

Student Governing Associate adds indigenous land acknowledgement to meetings

The land acknowledgment is to follow the Pledge of Allegiance.

Brookings Institution president discusses media, America’s future in K-State lecture

John R. Allen, president of the Brookings Institution think tank, spoke at K-State about digital media and the future of America as part of a lecture and luncheon Thursday.

‘Die-in’ protest organized to draw attention to COVID-19 case count

Seven students lay on the ground in Bosco Plaza on Monday evening. They laid there for 26 minutes and 15 seconds — one second for every positive COVID-19 case in Riley County as of Sept. 18.

Author presents more about the other Wes Moore

KSBN author Wes Moore discusses his book The Other Wes Moore.

Farmers market brings produce, other items to campus community

The K-State farmers market took place on Wednesday.

College of Arts, Sciences proposes fee increase

The College of Arts and Sciences hears feedback on proposed per-credit-hour fee increase at public forum.

Walls of fungus: Architecture students create grow labs to explore alternative building materials

Assistant Professor Jonathan Dessi-Olive worked on similar projects before coming to K-State.

K-State chapter of Spoon University embraces ‘all food everything’

In existence for over one year, the K-State chapter of Spoon University continues to write and produce stories related to food.

Colleges propose new high credit hour fees

The Colleges of Engineering, Business Administration and Human Ecology have proposed new credit hour fees for students.

Student Services Fee provides more than students realize

The Students Services Fee gives students several benefits each semester.