Fraternities vandalize Green Apple Bikes as free program returns from winter repairs

Green Apple Bikes return to community bike racks after winter repairs amid vandalism issues.

Update: Band director Tracz doing well, expects to be back on the job “in...

Band director Frank Tracz hospitalized during Saturday's football game

At intense basketball game against KU, ‘The Chant’ makes roaring comeback

The "F*** KU" chant sounded out in Bramlage Coliseum at the K-State vs. KU home game.

Racist sign posted on door of Jardine residence

Student returns to Jardine Apartments residence to find a racist sign on his door

UPDATE: Student struck by car near campus in stable condition

She was crossing the street near Throckmorton Hall.

K-State plans for a tentative in-person fall semester with limitations, president and provost say

The specifics are not available at this time, but K-State plans to return to campus in the fall.

BREAKING: K-State still holding classes despite literal apocalypse outside

Although Manhattan is dealing with a demonic invasion, K-State advised students to "use their best judgment" when heading to class.

Harassed on campus and dismissed by campus police officer, student claims

An SGA senator approached the K-State Police to file a harassment report, but his concern was allegedly dismissed by an officer.

After five decades of life at K-State, Bosco will retire at the end of...

Pat Bosco to retire at the end of the academic year

Turning Point USA tried influencing elections at K-State. SGA just allocated them $3,000 to...

SGA gave $3,000 to a local chapter of Turning Point USA, an organization which tried influencing K-State’s 2017 student body presidential election.

Some Manhattan locals hope to honor K-State ‘icon’ Robert Lipson in a special way

In Bill Snyder Family Stadium and Bramlage Coliseum, you are just as likely to see Kansas State ultra-fan Robert Lipson as you are to see Willie the Wildcat.

Kati’s story: Surviving suicide

A student shares lessons learned from her attempted suicide.

Finding hope in the K-State family: A suicide prevention success story

The story of one K-State student and how she now considers herself a suicide prevention success story thanks to the support of the K-State family.

Labor Day storm dumps “possibly historic” levels of rainfall on MHK

Severe rainfall over the Labor Day weekend drenched Manhattan and caused flooding across parts of the city.

Ag policy expert, K-State professor grades Trump administration

Barry Flinchbaugh, agricultural economics professor and a leading agricultural economics expert for more than 50 years, was the 14th speaker of Food for Thought's 14th Upson Lecture Series.

Chesvick’s light shines through candlelight vigil

A hundred family members, friends and colleagues held a candlelight vigil for Christina Chesvick, a K-State radiology resident, who died by suicide last week.

Hale Library’s hours to change after a decade

Hale library will be closing early after almost a decade of being open 24/7.

Get rid of your purple: K-State merges with University of Missouri just to spite...

K-State and Missouri have decided to become one university with shockingly little resistance.

K-State to construct another nameless building that isn’t made of limestone

The proposed Open Option Building is expected to be finished in 2024 and will look "totally out of place on campus," according to a press release.

Students hold memorial service for K-State campus squirrel

Kansas State students held a memorial service for Ralphy, a K-State campus squirrel, on Monday.