College of Veterinary Medicine searches for new dean

Following the resignation of Tammy Beckham, the College of Veterinary Medicine has begun the search for a replacement dean.

K-State Police, UPC host self-defense class

K-State students at the Recreation Center experienced a self-defense class taught by Joe Wilk from the Combative Sports Center.

Students use unhealthy shortcuts to deal with stress

Some students turn to caffeine to focus, others abuse ADHD medicine.

Crash at Denison and Platt blocks traffic

Traffic blocked on Denison south of Platt, minor injuries.

Students, supporters say ‘Hands Up, Don’t Shoot!’

Members of the Black Student Union and supporters wore all black to protest against police brutality

UPC scores with bubble soccer tournament

Over 180 students participated in the After Hours event at Chester E. Peters Recreation Complex.

Agri-Industry Career Fair connects students with potential employers

The annual Agri-Industry Career Fair brought in 92 employers with an estimated attendance of 400 students.

Food trucks and avocados: Students learn health benefits of the superfood

As a part of the #AvoActiveTour, Kansas State students tried samples, won free prizes and participated in a national campaign to raise awareness of avocado health benefits.

Campus police activity: April 7 to April 22

An arrest was made for possession of stolen property and drug paraphernalia.

Get to know the 2019 K-State Student Ambassadors

Maddy Mash and Tel Wittmer are the K-State 2019 student ambassadors.

Moran expresses concerns for College of Veterinary Medicine tuition rates

Jerry Moran, Kansas senator, voiced concerns for the various costs a veterinary medical student acquires over the course of completing their degree.

K-State’s campus concealed carry education efforts face approaching deadline

K-State administrators reportedly plan to proactively notify students and parents of the weapons policy change.

New legislation heads senate meeting

Student Governing Association considers new legislation and statute changes

SGA discusses funding, opens submissions for new student representative

Student Governing Association focused on allocations for student organizations last night. The College Allocations Committee brought multiple resolutions to the floor. The association held...

University proposes $1 million fee increase

A $1 million fee increase proposal would help pay for the College of Business building construction.

Schulz delivers State of the University address

In his State of the University address, Schulz presented information about where K-State stands in many areas.

Q&A: Secretary of State talks education, his role with Collegian editors

Following his Landon Lecture, secretary of state Mike Pompeo sat down with two Collegian editors. Here's that conversation.

Tuba Valentine: Students hold Valentine’s fundraiser with tuba grams

Most people expect to receive flowers, food or candy on Valentine's Day, but not very many expect to receive a performance from a tuba player.

National Weather Service issues wind chill advisory for Riley County

Wind chills on Tuesday night are expected to reach 13 below zero. Students in need of winter accessories are encouraged to visit Cats' Cupboard.

Students to receive free face-coverings, other COVID-19 prevention supplies

The kits are part of the Every Wildcat a Wellcat campaign.