Life as a transgender woman of color: Lourdes Ashley Hunter

Lourdes Ashley Hunter spoke about the ways state-sanctioned violence occurs in the lives of trans women of color.

KSUPD Blotter: Mid-December Report

Kansas State police responded to multiple thefts under $1,500; criminal damage to property under $1,000; transportation of an open container of alcohol and a criminal threat.

UPDATE: University condemns white nationalist posters, says they are “unwelcome”

The K-State community awoke Wednesday morning to several posters placed overnight on light poles and other fixtures across campus.

Kansas suspends its use of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine — here’s what that...

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.

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.

University architect Ryan Swanson set to leave right before spring break

University architect Ryan Swanson departs after almost seven years of overseeing campus projects big and small.

Campus Police Activity: March 22 to April 4

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.

Kansas Board of Regents appoints new president of K-State

The board voted 9-0 to appoint Richard Myers' successor.

About to graduate, Stephen Kucera leaves legacy of student service

Well-known piano player, SGA senator and friend to many K-Staters will graduate with two degrees this spring.

Last student in Nichols Hall before it burned 50 years ago says he knows...

Nichols Hall burned to the ground in 1968 and the culprit was never apprehended.

Sorghum grain provides answer for food shortages, K-State researchers say

Grain science professors at K-State are researching ways to provide sustainable food to Kansas and the world.

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.

Drop-off lane seeks to ease game day parking woes

While the influx of several thousand fans into Bill Snyder Family Stadium has caused traffic and safety issues in the past, a new drop-off lane seeks to address those issues.

From the fire to the field: The birth of The Wabash Cannonball

Following the Nichols Hall fire that more or less crippled the band department on Dec. 13, 1968, the Pride of Wildcat Land returned just three days later to play "The Wabash Cannonball" for the first time.

Counseling Services, Lafene to merge, form Counseling and Psychological Services

Parker said one of the goals of the merge is minimizing barriers so people get the help they need when they need it.

Student’s social media post referencing KKK sparks online outrage

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

Where do all of the political lawn signs go after the election?

It turns out all of those lawn signs that show up across town leading up to Election Day don't just magically disappear.

At Turning Point event, invited speakers talk free speech, conservative values

K-State's local Turning Point USA chapter hosted a panel of social media personalities in an event called "Fighting for the First."

Classroom renovations improve learning environments, diminish discrepancies across classrooms

At an institution as old as K-State, budget and funding discrepancies often hold back renovations needed to maintain old classrooms.