The library that never sleeps: Hale Library deals with increased demand for space

Hale Library continues to rebuild after the tragic fire, still offering resources to the student body.

Positivity rate, hospitalizations will be the metrics of focus during hybrid semester, official says

Universities across the United States are returning to remote learning just days after resuming face-to-face operations following local case surges. Make no mistake, Morris said, K-State could find itself in the same boat if students and the community don't make the right choices.

COVID-19 forces cancelation of 65th annual K-State Rodeo

As part of K-State's COVID-19 mitigation measures, campus gatherings are limited to 50 people, but over 400 people from across Kansas and Oklahoma participate in the rodeo annually — not to mention the thousands of spectators the rodeo attracts annually.

Three bills passed for allocations

Student Senate passed three allocation bills at last evening's meeting, the only legislation that was up for a vote in a meeting that lasted...

Senate elects 2011-12 officers

Natalie Rauth, student senator from the College of Arts and Sciences, was elected as speaker of Student Senate last night. The 2011-12 Student Senate...

Senate prepares for student transition

Tonight is the final meeting of the 2010-11 Student Senate. The current senators will remain in office until April 14 when the 2011-12 senate...

Henry, Stoskopf promote connections with alumni, partial tuition wavers

Real People. Real Action.This phrase captures our excitement for working to ensure that students' needs come first at K-State. We are focused on issues...

UPC After Hours hosts laser tag event

Students gathered in the Union for a night of laser tag, trivia and face painting.