WellCAT ambassadors teach students how to be effective bystanders

WellCAT ambassadors stressed the importance of bystander intervention.

Full review of all privilege fee entities ordered to deal with anticipated financial impacts...

Pandemic-related financial crisis could cause enrollment to decrease and privilege fees to skyrocket for students. SGA will review every entity to initiate budget cuts amounting to about two to three percent.

Manhattan Fire Department touring K-State buildings

The Manhattan Fire Department will be on campus from through April 24.

‘Worst case scenario:’ 5 percent K-State tuition increase, 4 percent budget cut to colleges

The K-State Budget Advisory Committee has begun to look at possible tuition rates for fiscal year 2018.

Ecologist, professor quantifies the ‘world’s worst problems’ in new book

Walter Dodds conducted extensive research on issues facing humanity as well as why they are threatening in his new book, "The World's Worst Problems."

Senator Moran shares experience of 9/11 attacks in Landon Lecture

U.S. Sen. Jerry Moran delivered a Landon Lecture on his experience of the Sept. 11 attacks and how they caused him to realize he not only had a duty to his state, but also to his nation.

Alumni Center offers year-round student uses

Although the Alumni Center is used primarily by the Alumni Association, students can also take advantage of the building.

K-State Title IX coordinator resigns after 17 months

Travis Gill resigned the position to take a similar position in Texas.

COVID-19 survivors, others reflect after one year of the pandemic

At this point in March 2020, professor of practice in journalism and mass communications Andrew Smith was waiting on his test results for COVID-19. Given how sick he already was and his recent international travels, a positive test was almost inevitable.

‘Think About It’ training required for all students

There is an imbalance between administration and students' opinions about "Think About It," a service that provides sexual violence awareness and drug use information.

Cats’ Cupboard re-opens with new hours, extra safety precautions

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the campus food pantry ran through an online order system from mid-March to early August..

Campus Police Activity: April 19 to May 2

Kansas State police responded to multiple one and two-vehicle, non-injury accidents; criminal damage to property under $1,500; driving under the influence of drugs/alcohol; counterfeiting/forgery and a warrant arrest.