Entrepreneurship professor commutes from Overland Park weekly to teach

Saurav Pathak, assistant professor of entrepreneurship, makes the two-hour trip to from his home in Overland Park to K-State to teach every week.

K-State campus squirrels outnumber students 3 to 1

K-State is one of the seven best universities nationwide for squirrels, based on the size, health and behaviors of the squirrel population.

$35,000 privately-funded Willie the Wildcat sculpture frustrates some K-State students

A statue of Willie the Wildcat, paid for by outside donations to the University Excellence Fund, has stirred frustrations within the K-State student body.

From Seaton’s basement, this professor is using aquaponics to teach sustainability

Stacy Hutchinson, professor of biological and agricultural engineering, uses single-barrel aquaponics system to teach sustainability

Sihasara event gives students a taste of Sri Lankan culture

The Sri Lankan Students' Association hosted the first ever Sri Lankan Cultural Show on Sunday in the Union Courtyard.

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.

How retiring dean of students Pat Bosco found his American dream in K-State

Pat Bosco, vice president of student life and dean of students, will retire in July after nearly 50 years working at K-State, and he said it was the experience of a lifetime.

Campus Police Activity: Dec. 7 to Jan. 18

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

KSUPD Blotter: Aug. 23 to Sept. 30

Kansas State police responded to multiple thefts over and under $1,500; criminal damage to property over and under $1,000; minor in possession of alcohol; driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol; driving while license is suspended, revoked or canceled; stalking; hit and run; disorderly conduct and a warrant arrest.

Crash at Denison and Platt blocks traffic

Traffic blocked on Denison south of Platt, minor injuries.

Science says Starbucks shouldn’t go organic

Activists push Starbucks to use organic milk, but scientists find no benefits

The countdown is on: Four days left to register to vote

The last day to register to vote in the state of Kansas for the November elections is Oct. 18.

Students draw the line on offensive jokes

K-State students talk about what defines the line between a joke being funny or offensive.

K-State dedicates residence hall to former university president Jon Wefald

During the All-University Open House on Saturday, K-State dedicated the first new residence hall in over 50 years to Jon Wefald, former K-State president, who served for 23 years.

K-State pageant crowns new Belleza Latina

Six K-State students participated in the pageant, which showcased Latino traditions and culture.

Labor Day storm dumps “possibly historic” levels of rainfall on MHK

Severe rainfall over the Labor Day weekend drenched Manhattan and caused flooding across parts of the city.

Racist sign posted on door of Jardine residence

Student returns to Jardine Apartments residence to find a racist sign on his door

This popular campus dairy bar has a long history. Here’s the scoop

Producing over 76,000 gallons of milk and 16,000 gallons of ice cream in a year, Call Hall has been a fixture of the K-State community for years.

National Weather Service issues wind chill advisory for Riley County

Wind chills on Tuesday night are expected to reach 13 below zero. Students in need of winter accessories are encouraged to visit Cats' Cupboard.

Director of bands says he won’t retire until the problems he sees are resolved...

Director of bands Frank Tracz shared the struggles of the Kansas State Marching Band.