Fight Like A Girl: “Warrior Women” screening highlights struggle for Native American rights

"Warrior Women" screening showcases powerful Native American women on the frontlines of the struggle for Native Rights

Students share why they did not attend KSUnite

Regardless of classes being canceled, some students didn't go to KSUnite.

Campus financial service celebrates 5th anniversary

Powercat Financial Counseling held a celebration of its anniversary in the K-State Student Union's Courtyard

From books to staff, here are the facts and figures about Hale’s recovery

About 90 percent of the water-damaged materials will be salvageable, Lori Goetsch, dean of libraries, estimated.

Relevant Resilience: Engineering professor on the dangers of a fixed mindset

"What's Your Mindset?" was the third of a series of workshops presented by Lafene Health Center.

Recent NSF grant fuels cancer treatment research across disciplines

The research will begin in January 2020.

Journalism a way to strengthen black community, Huck Boyd lecturer says

Bonita Gooch lectured at K-State to discuss how she uses journalism to strengthen her community.

As in-person semester comes to a close, more than 300 students are in quarantine

Kansas State reported that more than 300 students were in quarantine during the week of Nov. 9 as COVID-19 cases surge worldwide.

Air conditioning to return to engineering buildings

Campus infrastructure fixes lack of air conditioning in parts of the older building.

K-State Parking Operations Council holds open forum

Parking Operations Council discussed updates to the rules and regulations for parking on campus to make it easier for students, faculty and guests to find a place to park without finding themselves with a ticket.

K-State, Fort Riley renew 12-year partnership

The central aim of this public-to-public partnership is to mutually support each institution's unique missions through collaboration and intellectual and cultural sharing.

Nationally renowned voting advocate encourages students to participate in politics

With the midterm elections fast approaching, Carolyn Dewitt, president and executive director of Rock the Vote, encouraged students to participate in politics.

Despite pandemic, K-State and the Red Cross move forward with annual campus blood drive

The drive will be held at two on-campus locations: the K-State Student Union Ballroom and the Tallgrass Ballroom in Kramer Dining Center.

Service-oriented leadership key for Kays

Truman Scholarship nominee Garrett Kays shares his journey to K-State, onward.

After the storm: Student cultural group takes action after flooding in India causes $3...

The Kansas State Chapter of Society for the Promotion of Indian Classical Music and Culture Amongst Youth recently held a fundraiser to raise funds to help the community of Kerala, India after torrential rain floods area.

Family Day celebrates K-State students, family members

Despite a rainy Saturday, students and their families participated in Family Day traditions around the K-State campus.

Weber Hall, Arena serve as campus’ agricultural hub

Weber Hall and Weber Arena home to many student activities and events

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.

SGA to vote on fees for Heifer International

Senators will be voting on the allocation of fees to K-State Heifer International at the Student Senate meeting tonight. There is also a proposed...

Grape expectations: Hospitality class teaches intricacies of wine tasting

Professor Ottenbacher talks about his course, Introduction to Wines.
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