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.

National speaker speaks on rape culture and how to end it

Keith Edwards visited campus to educate students on rape culture and what they can do to end it.

Sen. Moran surprises agricultural economics lecture

U.S. Senator Jerry Moran made a surprise visit to a K-State class Wednesday.

Banned Books Week invites students, faculty to challenge censorship

K-State students and faculty are celebrating the right to read controversial literature by broadcasting live readings of banned books.

K-State blood drive collects 497 donations in four days

Faculty and students pull together in an attempt to meet the needs of the American Red Cross.

Myers discusses Title IX, low enrollment at “Pizza with the President”

President Richard Myers discussed current issues with students during a "Pizza with the President" luncheon in the Student Union.

Powercat Financial educates students on healthy budgeting

Powercat Financial hosted a workshop Monday evening to give students tips on how to budget and plan for a healthy diet.

College of Architecture, Planning and Design receives national rankings, celebrates new building

Programs within the College of Architecture, Planning and Design were ranked as some of the best in the nation.

Higher education ‘in crisis,’ California professor says in lecture

A UCSB professor gave a public talk at K-State on how higher education is reshaped by social and economic forces.

KU representative presents on opportunities in Peace Corps

April Matthews from the University of Kansas spoke about the Peace Corps to education students.

WinterDance 2017 showcases dance in all styles at K-State

Performers showcased numerous styles of dance in the WinterDance 2017 event in Chapman Theatre.

Gamers attend campus LAN party for Friday night fun

Various technologically-minded clubs hosted an overnight LAN party Friday evening.

K-State professors read mean TEVALs at Arrow Coffee event

Professors used the open mic at Arrow Coffee Co. to share less-than-flattering teacher evaluations.

Food festival teaches students about Taiwan’s culture

The Taiwanese Food Festival brought people of many backgrounds together under one roof for a night of feasting.

Filmmaker screens “Dolores” documentary at K-State to celebrate unsung heroine

Filmmaker Peter Bratt screened his new documentary and reminisced on his time with Dolores Huerta in the first Lou Douglas Lecture of 2018.

Silent no more: Students use trauma experiences to fuel change at No More rally

The No More rally against domestic violence was spearheaded by students in Bosco Plaza on Friday.

Ag Summit 2018 encourages student involvement in the future of farming

The Kansas Agricultural Growth Summit drives the discussion on change in agriculture while opening doors for students' careers.

Student support director announces food drive, coordinators prepare for interns

In the first student senate meeting of the school year, the 2018-2019 governing body gets acquainted with expectations, prepares for food drive and discusses the beginning of the new intern program.

Dos and don’ts: Tips to nail your interview

As hundreds of students flock to Bramlage Coliseum searching for employment opportunities in this week's career fair, here are a couple of tips and tricks to stick the landing in an interview.

Several regional high schools come to K-State for annual marching festival

The 2018 Central States Marching Festival was on Oct. 6, at Bill Snyder Family Stadium brings more than 40 schools to Manhattan.