K-State has observed National Cybersecurity Awareness Month in October for five years.
Multicultural student leaders ‘feel disrespected’ over proposed changes to SGA’s Diversity Planning Committee
The BSU president said "multicultural students feel disrespected" regarding a proposal to move SGA's Diversity Programming Committee to the Office of Diversity.
International students make a home in the K-State Family by linking up with domestic students through the International Buddies program.
Professors used the open mic at Arrow Coffee Co. to share less-than-flattering teacher evaluations.
Snow days aren't guaranteed in college. Cindy Bontrager, vice president of administration and finance, shares why.
Incoming freshmen are left wondering what their first semester in college might look like through virtual enrollment caused by pandemic.
Family and friends celebrate life of active philanthropist
K-Staters can get their first spa session free in the new NeuroSpa center in the Student Union.
The cost plays a crucial role in the college decision process for students.
Some students turn to caffeine to focus, others abuse ADHD medicine.
Although Manhattan is dealing with a demonic invasion, K-State advised students to "use their best judgment" when heading to class.
The library will not be available to students.
Posters promoting white nationalist ideals around campus prompted outrage, condemnations and opposition from various campus organizations.
Bailey Jo Jeffries, Miss Rodeo K-State 2018, provides the scoop on rodeo culture before the K-State College Rodeo this weekend.
Students, faculty and staff filled Bosco Plaza with their produce, crafts and baked goods for the first farmers market of the school year.
Wednesday was declared a legal holiday in remembrance of the recently deceased former President of the United States, George H.W. Bush.
K-State student hosted a bone marrow drive on campus to find matches for individuals in need of a bone marrow transplants
The product will be available in select Kansas-area grocery stores starting August 2017.
After more than 15 years of cultivation, the corpse flower at K-State began to bloom on June 27.
Statewide budget cuts and an internal callback leave a large impact on the university's smallest college, the College of Architecture, Planning and Design.