Interviews can be stressful. That’s where the Career Center comes in.

Here are a few Career Center resources to help you get the job.

SGA’s diversity and equity committee focuses on outreach efforts

The committee is new this semester.

20 women compete for title of Miss K-State 2016

Delta Upsilon along with the Union Program Council hosted Miss K-State 2016 on Tuesday.

K-State Libraries temporarily suspends acquisition of new materials

K-State Libraries announced Tuesday it will not acquire new materials until the end of the fiscal year due to budget constraints.

From the president’s desk

A letter from the student body president and vice president.

TFSC votes to accept review of College of Business Administration’s $65 surcharge fee

For the third week, the Tuition and Fees Strategies Committee met to review the per-credit-hour surcharge for the College of Business Administration which is $65.

Heart for helping guides Truman nominee on collegiate journey

[Roxanne Bunnell talks about her passion for helping people and how her nontraditional path brought her to the Truman scholarship]

Democratic gubernatorial candidate visits campus

The Students for Environment Action held a forum Tuesday night to talk with Democratic gubernatorial candidate Joshua Svaty.

Alpha Phi Alpha hosts annual MLK lecture and candlelight vigil

In observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Alpha Phi Alpha hosted annual lecture and candlelight vigil Wednesday.

Computers, events and books: Hale Library by the numbers

Over 91,000 items were checked out of the library in 2016.

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.

Ag communicators host Farm to Fork 5K for Open House

ACT is hosting the Farm to Fork 5K during K-State Open House on April 11.

Campus police activity: Nov. 2 to Nov. 15

Kansas State Police responded to multiple thefts and criminal damages under $1,500, driving with a canceled, revoked or suspended license and a two-vehicle, non-injury accident.

First proposal for spring mental health days rejected by faculty senate

Thirty-four members voted in favor of the two three-day mental health weekends proposal and 46 voted against.

Eric Stonestreet hired as K-State Pride professor

Eric Stonestreet, K-State graduate of 1996 and actor on "Modern Family," announced his new position as a professor of K-State Pride on April 1.

Not kid-ding around: Students pet away stress with baby goats

Are goats the new cats? Students who need to pet away their stress seem to think so.

Architects for Union renovation seek student input

K-State architecture students met with the architects contracted to design the K-State Student Union renovation in order to give their input

Cyber Defense Club places first in regional competition, second nationally

The team traveled to Chicago to participate in the Department of Energy's CyberFore Competition.

Derby Days event offers summer fun, relaxation ahead of finals week

Students in the Derby Complex celebrated the end of the semester with an outdoor carnival on Sunday.

Student Access Center fills in accessibility gaps on campus

Blind student Kaitlyn Cherry faces accessibility barriers on campus and relies on the Student Access Center for support.