Interim president, SGA encourage voter registration
Gen. Richard Myers gives advice and opinions on the importance of voting.
Block by block: Student recreates athletics complex, Liberty Bowl in Minecraft
While he wanted the video to be up when the team played Navy on Dec. 31, the creator said he'd rather it look good than rushed.
K-State interim president addresses university issues, achievements, growth
Interim President Richard Myers addressed the state of the university to a full audience Friday afternoon at the Alumni Center.
Kappa Kappa Gamma, Delta Sigma Phi team up to benefit Reading is Fundamental
Students joined Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority and Delta Sigma Phi fraternity as they hosted an ice cream social Sunday evening to benefit Reading is Fundamental.
Science Communication Week brings big ideas, research to K-State
Science Communication Week engaged scientists, researchers and the public over topics and controversies in scientific communication.
Privilege Fee Committee meets with Diversity Programming Committee chair
The committee heard a proposal from the Diversity Programming Committee on Monday.
Broken fire sprinkler pipes causes Peters Recreation Complex evacuation
The reason the pipes broke is unknown at this time, Kansas State public information officer Michelle Geering said in an email.
‘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.
Student expenses outpace consumer national average at K-State
The Economics Club released its annual Student Price Index, a report that tracks changes in the prices of goods associated with being a K-State student.
International students shine during ICC Got Talent event
The show was held via zoom and showcased students from the Society for Promotion of Indian Classical Music and Culture Amongst Youth, Iranian Graduate Students Association, Sri Lankan Students Association, African Students Union and KSU Tatsumaki Yosakoi.
Greeks hold majority of top leadership positions
Student Government sees a trend of predominantly greek senators.
Helwigs invest in naming department of biological and agricultural engineering
The naming of the department in the Helwig's honor was approved by the Kansas Board of Regents at its most recent meeting on March 18.
Dining centers adapt to feed students during pandemic
At the beginning of the semester, meals were distributed from the halls in disposable takeout containers, until Housing and Dining Services began offering limited dine-in options on Oct. 19.
K-State releases college, department fall enrollment numbers
Human Ecology sees steepest total and freshman enrollment drop.
Community gathers, remembers victims of anti-transgender violence
Transgender activist Theresa Sparks speaks about transgender activist career and future of transgender movement.
Black Student Union ’empowers high school students of color’ during leadership conference
K-State's Black Student Union held a leadership conference for high school students statewide.
Steve Forbes discusses healthcare, taxes and value of the dollar
[All the way from the Big Apple to the Little Apple, Steve Forbes addressed students about the U.S. economy in the year's first Landon Lecture]
Huschka/White campaign found guilty of one infraction, cleared of four during hearing
Student body presidential and vice-presidential candidates Andrew Huschka and Laura Rachelle White were found guilty of one major campaign violation by the Student Governing...
The price of privilege is something everyone shares, should take advantage of
Privilege fee dollars help to provide a multitude of services for students
Rickford, West file on Friday for student body president, VP
Newcomers to K-State politics Trae D. Rickford, junior in architecture, and James "Brandon" West, freshman in political science, filed for student body president and...