A message from student body president Reagan Kays
[Roxanne Bunnell talks about her passion for helping people and how her nontraditional path brought her to the Truman scholarship]
Undergraduate research grants aim to increase the number of undergraduates conducting research projects
Reagan Kays talks LiveSafe app and Lifeline 911
Student Governing Association members discuss campus safety.
SGA privilege fee committee and representatives of the Athletic Department discuss the future of $500,000 of funding.
Student Body President Andy Hurtig and Vice President Joe Tinker congratulate band, update student on Bill Snyder Family Stadium upgrades.
The Student Governing Association is providing students with the opportunity to register to vote this week.
Wildcats voted who would be pied in the face for Relay for Life.
The Union Program Council hosted season eight of Dancing with the K-State Stars Monday evening.
The organization discussed the proposed Multicultural Student Center, which land has already been purchased for.
The CEO of Northrop Grumman spoke on his company's technology at Tuesday's Landon Lecture.
On-campus group hosts fitness event for female students and staff.
Manhattan was founded on what was illegally taken from Native Americans, said the leaders of a campaign to remove the Indians as the mascot of Manhattan High School.
The Annual Campus Security and Fire Safety Report, released earlier this week, shows an increase in sexual assault reports on campus.
Students, families and community members see Charles Dickens’ tale of Ebenezer Scrooge come to life in K-State's "A Christmas Carol - The Musical."
President Schulz spoke to SGA about several issues, including sexual assault, race relations, gun policy and tobacco policy.
UPC hosts its second annual Open Mic Night.