Deer breaks through glass door in McCain Auditorium

A wild deer broke into McCain Auditorium during a lecture Thursday night.

K-State students share details from on-campus ‘accidental shooting’

Students who heard the gunshot, saw the gun and smelled the blood speak out about the accidental shooting that took place in Goodnow Hall on Jan. 22.

New student organization forces campus leaders to consider freedom of expression, principles of community

The organization supports the closure of the borders in the United States and wants to promote Christian values at K-State, among other things.

Student who reported racist sign also admits to creating it, K-State says

The police department released a statement that said the individual who reported the sign admitted to creating and posting it

The band was hot, even when football was not

Father and daughter co-conduct "The Band is Hot" to celebrate the cheer's 30th anniversary during the Kansas State vs. Florida Atlantic football game.

University stalls, charges high cost for sexual assault investigation records

The $1,375 that K-State says is necessary to process the Collegian's open records request is too much for the newspaper to pay.

Nick Jonas to play concert at K-State

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

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.

Activist Angela Davis calls for unification in light of racial discrimination

Activist Angela Davis spoke to students Wednesday night to begin the celebration of Black History Month.

Your professor is 15 minutes late to class. Are you allowed to leave?

Fact or fiction: Is there any truth to the rumor that if your professor is 15 minutes late to a class, you're free to leave?

What the Hale happened: Updates on fire aftermath, accessing library services at K-State

Hale Library will not be open this academic year. Here's what to expect for Hale and K-State's library services.

Tarana Burke tells the story behind the #MeToo movement

On Monday, Forum Hall was filled with students to hear the history behind the #MeToo movement

Jewish religious symbol destroyed on campus, possible vandalism suspected

A Jewish religious symbol was destroyed Friday night in what may have been an act of anti-Semitic vandalism.

K-State student charged with rape, victim joins lawsuit against university

Student joins lawsuit claiming the university failed to follow Title IX guidelines.

K-State professor nominated for two Grammys

Professor Bryan Pinkall was nominated for his work with the Kansas City Chorale.

On campus testing reveals a positivity rate nearing 20 percent

On Friday, the county declared four new outbreaks associated with Greek Life at K-State totaling at least 22 cases spread through Alpha Delta Pi, Alpha Xi Delta, Chi Omega and Kappa Delta sororities.

University to announce 4.48 percent budget recall from its colleges

The fall 2017 enrollment plunge and funding woes force more budget cuts.

K-State discontinues Putnam Scholarship for next academic year

The list of scholarships K-State is offering is going to look a little different for the class of incoming freshmen in the fall of 2019.

K-State to offer lower tuition for out-of-state students from 5 states

Students from five key states will only pay 50 percent more than the in-state tuition.

Face coverings, social distancing required on campus this fall

Among other things, K-State will require students to wear masks in classes and limit capacity in shared spaces.