Angie Thomas, author of ‘The Hate U Give,’ speaks to massive McCain crowd

Angie Thomas, author of "The Hate U Give," spoke on campus Thursday night, addressing the inspiration behind her book.

Director of bands says he won’t retire until the problems he sees are resolved...

Director of bands Frank Tracz shared the struggles of the Kansas State Marching Band.

Campus police: Blue emergency lights are a vital campus resource

The blue emergency lights on campus have been used to contact campus police 43 times in 2019.

New dorm faces construction delays; positive student feedback

Wefald Hall continues construction and brings new features that enhance community.

K-State radiology resident dies by suicide

An internal email sent out Tuesday by the dean of the K-State College of Veterinary Medicine informed faculty, staff and students about the death of a K-State radiology resident.

Banned Books Week invites students, faculty to challenge censorship

K-State students and faculty are celebrating the right to read controversial literature by broadcasting live readings of banned books.

Wefald Hall residents report building, construction flaws

The student residents of Wefald Hall are continuing to find problems in the building due to its rushed construction.

Racist sign posted on door of Jardine residence

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

New university budget model to be implemented in fiscal year 2021

The budget model will be a a hybrid to ensure balance and central strategic control.

Sexually suggestive signs cause weekend uproar on social media

Online commenters denounced the signs as offensive and wildly inappropriate.

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.

Nick Jonas to play concert at K-State

Nick Jonas will perform at the UPC sponsored concert next month.

Greyhound provides new transportation option to, from Manhattan campus

Greyhound's Manhattan bus stop is a new transportation option for K-State students.

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.

Board of Regents approve K-State proposal to offer in-state tuition to Missouri residents

K-State hopes to attract more out-of-state students to the university after a steady decline in enrollment over the past six years.

On-campus positivity rate surpasses 10 percent

For two consecutive weeks, the positivity rate doubled, leaving Riley County and Kansas State health officials warning people to take the COVID-19 pandemic more seriously.

Students pet away stress with puppies

Purple PAWS and K-State Counseling Services teamed up to destress students Wednesday.

Kati’s story: Surviving suicide

A student shares lessons learned from her attempted suicide.

Administrators and deans earn highest salaries

University administrators and college deans comprise most of the highest-paid people at Kansas State.

Student’s social media post referencing KKK sparks online outrage

A Snapchat screenshot alluding to the Ku Klux Klan sparked backlash from students Tuesday.