Students involved in fraternities and sororities are paying a little more this year as Greek life is no longer affiliated with K-State.
With the first fire recorded on campus occuring in 1882, K-State has made a history of battling fires on campus.
Students from five key states will only pay 50 percent more than the in-state tuition.
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.
During "dead week," K-State students share stress management and study strategies leading up to finals week.
K-State alumni Paul and Sandra Edgerley gave $20 million to K-State to help the College of Business Administration's five-year strategic plan.
The Riley County Police Department data shows fewer alcohol violations.
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.
The crop judging team took the title of the national championship after winning the Kansas City American Royal Collegiate Crops Contest and the Chicago Collegiate Crops Contest.
Like everything else this semester, student senate was forced to find a way to continue meeting to complete its legislative docket as a pandemic necessitated the closure of campus and social distancing protocols.
The College of Architecture, Planning and Design has been working to overcome the challenges of remote teaching.
Recent theft occurrances cause students to take different measures to protect themselves
In a heated debate, the Student Governing Association voted to replace Willie the Wildcat with a real cat.
K-State brings the Greek mythology play to Chapman Theatre.
Final exams loom over the heads of graduating seniors.
Vanilla, purple pride and chocolate ice cream top the Call Hall Dairy Bar's most-served list.
Well-known piano player, SGA senator and friend to many K-Staters will graduate with two degrees this spring.
Students will not receive attendance penalties for missing the first day of class to view the solar eclipse.
Many of K-State's LGBT organizations started the year with their semiannual barbecue to help spread the word about identity and inclusion on campus.
An interactive pop-up exhibit takes on the task of showing an approachable, all-in-one gardening experience.