Mindrup, Zwick defeated in SGA presidential elections, remain ‘Focused on You’

Matt Mindrup and Emily Zwick, candidates for student body president and vice president, fell 178 votes short to Jack Ayres and Olivia Baalman in the general election.

Students set goals, prepare for end of semester

Students seek to finish the semester on a high note.

Student Senate: March 30 agenda highlights

Learn what the Student Governing Association will be voting on at tonight's meeting.

Study finds workplace stability increases sales performance, effort

Kansas State University researchers analyzed relationships in sales environments to determine their influence on productivity and performance.

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.

The Burrow, UPC host Harry Potter Dessert Theater

UPC hosted the fifth annual Harry Potter Dessert Theater on Friday evening.

K-State hosts speakers, events for MLK Observance Week

The university will celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Observance Week from Jan. 19-26.

Students learn to stress less at Kat Chat event

Students gathered to learn stress management at Tuesday's Kat Chat.

College of Engineering recruitment coordinator wins Three Minute Thesis competition

K-State graduate students competed in the Three Minute Thesis competition Tuesday.

Little Apple Comic Expo ‘intentionally’ held same day as Fake Patty’s Day, organizer says

The Little Apple Comic Expo was intentionally provided as an escape from Fake Patty's Day activities Saturday.

Stars shine for 48 Hour Film Fest premiere and award ceremony

K-State's 48 Hour Film Festival concluded with a premiere of all the films, and the top three films were awarded.

Last, but not least: Dumb Debate series comes to an end

On the Spot Improv engaged in playful banter with an audience of students who felt passionately about a variety of dumb debate topics.

‘Our story right now is the connected consumer experience,’ marketing executive says to K-Staters

Tony Snethen speaks about a connected world as part of the visiting artists series.

Wildcat Warm-up counselors show off MHK, coach on diversity

Counselors of the summer program had to learn how to, not only have conversations about diversity and inclusion, but how to lead them.

More storage space needed as Hale’s collection is recovered, cleaned after fire

About 60,000 boxes of materials have been moved from Hale Library.

K-State celebrates National Cybersecurity Awareness this month

K-State has observed National Cybersecurity Awareness Month in October for five years.

Food for thought: Science Cafe presentation discusses diet decision making

Graduate student Catherine Steele speaks about her research on how our diet impacts our actions.

National Transfer Student Week brings light to non-traditional graduation paths

Transfer students continue to find ways to fully experience college over the years despite obstacles.

K-State to remain in session during national day of mourning

Wednesday was declared a legal holiday in remembrance of the recently deceased former President of the United States, George H.W. Bush.

Hale might be unavailable, but there’s no shortage of study spots on campus

Finals week is fast approaching, bringing with it the necessity for students to find a place to study. Here are the spots available on campus.