Letter from the editor: Send us your club news

Are you in a student organization? Send us your news about events and achievements.

Campus police activity: Sept. 17 to Nov. 1

K-State Police responded to several vehicle burglaries, multiple thefts under $1,500 and some criminal uses of a financial cards.

Departments face budget cut decisions

With two recent percentage reductions on the budget there is some pressure involved with giving money back in a manner where there is an equal balance between faculty, student and education.

K-State Theatre brings “Bug” to the Purple Masque

The theatre production will play throughout the weekend.

Non-traditional students: No longer unaccounted for

Kansas State is developing new ways to account for the increasing presence of non-traditional students on campus.

K-State alum, former U.S. press secretary speaks to students, opens exhibit

A K-State alum who worked under two presidents donated personal memorabilia for Hale Library display.

K-State First celebrates fifth birthday with party

The K-State First program celebrates its fifth official year of operation with a "birthday party" at Hale Library.

Manhattan Fire Department touring K-State buildings

The Manhattan Fire Department will be on campus from through April 24.
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KSUPD Blotter: Mid-November Report

Kansas State police responded to multiple thefts under $1,500 and criminal damage to property under $1,000.

$3 million donation jumpstarts Hale Library renovation

K-State Libraries' plan to renovate the first floor of Hale Library gets a major donation from K-State alumni Dave and Ellie Everitt.

Red Cross to hold blood drive next week

The Red Cross will host a blood drive next week in the Union and Putnam Hall.

K-State’s Black Student Union voted best in the Big 12

K-State's Black Student Union won the award for excellence for the ninth time in 12 years.

College of Veterinary Medicine teams with local animal shelter to expand care

The K-State College of Veterinary Medicine has partnered with the T. Russell Reitz Animal Shelter to help provide more care and give students more experience.

From the president’s desk

A letter from the student body president and vice president.

Students come together for Pant the Chant

Students in greek life and other groups participated in Pant the Chant, one of the many Homecoming Week kickoff events.

‘Time for a change’: Viral TikTok calls for better LGBTQ education in the dorms

Differing opinions regarding LGBTQ education sparked meetings with RAs and Housing and Dining Services, inspiring a viral TikTok.

Solar eclipse at K-State: what you need to know

[Find out where to go and how to watch the eclipse in a fun and safe way.]

Veteran Student Organization holds memorial for student

The Veteran Student Organization held a memorial for Jacob Horton, who died April 2.

West African dance troupe performs at K-State while on professional US tour

Students, faculty and members of the surrounding community enjoyed live music and tradition dances from the Saakumu Dance Troupe

Miss Kansas titleholders promote awareness

Five K-State women to compete for the chance to represent state as Miss Kansas