The Rec continues to follow the same guidelines as the rest of the Manhattan campus.
Kansas State Police responded to multiple thefts under $1,500; a vehicle burglary; one and two-vehicle, non-injury accidents; a warrant arrest; and a minor in possession of alcohol/CMB and possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.
Adrian Rodriguez, associate vice president for student life, said Truth, Racial Healing and Transformation is part of a national movement to create sustainable changes in communities.
“Legislation writing is an intimidating process, even for experienced senators,” Saia said. “Every idea deserves its day in court.”
Kansas' decision to suspend its use of the single-dose Johnson and Johnson vaccine over concerns of a rare blood-clotting disorder shouldn't impact vaccine clinics run through Lafene Health Center, director Jim Parker said.
The show was held via zoom and showcased students from the Society for Promotion of Indian Classical Music and Culture Amongst Youth, Iranian Graduate Students Association, Sri Lankan Students Association, African Students Union and KSU Tatsumaki Yosakoi.
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Michelle Le, secretary for AASU and junior in civil engineering, said it is important for AASU to have these conversations as one of the larger APIDA organizations on campus.
Niehoff said he will miss K-State and the duties he held, as the university gave him more than he could ever dream of.
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.
Dr. Kimathi Choma, the new student ombudsperson, will help provide a safe space for students to talk and get resources for the help they need for issues of equity, harassment and discrimination.
Kansas State Police responded to multiple thefts and criminal damage to property over and under $1,500, one and two vehicle, non-injury accidents, driving under the influence of drugs/alcohol, minor in possession of alcohol/CMB and possession of marijuana.
Students won't be getting their usual spring break this semester. In the fall, K-State administration made the decision to eliminate spring break in an effort to curb the potential spread of COVID-19 as a result of mass travel.
After several tearful goodbyes during the SGA banquet, student senate members got to work, passing almost a dozen pieces of legislation before concluding the term.
At Thursday's town hall meeting, President Myers addressed the safety of Kansas State's campus, alongside Dr. Kyle Goerl's latest campus update of COVID-19 and the university's plans for the Natatorium facility.
Amit Chakrabarti, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, said the new requirement will likely look different for each college once it is introduced.
“I do not want my work to be all that I am or all that I do, I don’t want to call this work-life balance because I know a lot of people say that and use these words,” Charlie Baird, professor of sociology and executive director of the Office for the Advancement of Women in Science and Engineering, said.
These grants, totaling $5.8 million, are part of the federal Coronavirus response and relief supplemental appropriations act. K-State received about $6.3 million in all to go towards student financial relief.
Now, students, faculty and staff can book appointments for an on-campus clinic through the Lafene patient portal like they would for any other medical service.
One Red Cross donation can save up to three lives. Just this week, K-State students, faculty and staff saved approximately 858 lives.
In addition, student senate approved allocations of $2,500, $65,470 and $1,500 respectively to the National Organization of Minority Architecture Students, Sports Clubs Funds and Called to Greatness.