Taking a fifth year or a "victory lap" is becoming increasingly common.
After almost a century of history that has removed books and added murals, the library's Great Room tells its own tale.
With an upcoming memorial service honoring all those who have passed due to HIV-related illnesses, individuals push to end stereotypes about the disease.
The K-State Police trained students to stay aware and report cases of sexual violence on Monday.
"We have not been notified of any, yet, but that is likely to change," Jeff Morris, vice president for communications and marketing, said via email.
Kansas State can't move beyond the current phase at this point, but loosened restrictions could come in August, Dr. Kyle Goerl, Lafene's medical director, said.
The university will remove some of its ash trees before the emerald ash borer beetles makes an appearance on campus.
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.
Flags in the Waters Quad will honor the lives lost on Sept. 11, 2001.
Kansas State's Student Access Center works to provide accessibility to students with disabilities and injuries
Charles Blow gave a lecture about the role of mass media in the Trump administration Tuesday night.
Participants compete to see who can develop the best video game in 48 hours.
Tony Berg, president and publisher for the Kansas City Star, visited K-State on Wednesday.
The K-State Student Union is working with Students for Environmental Action to allow food from the Union to go to the nearby university compost pile
Multicultural Student Center work group moves discussion forward on design of building
SGA debated building hours for the College of Business, committee member speaking rights and decreases in UPC privilege fee allocations.
Ken E. Nwadike Jr., founder of the Free Hug Project, spoke to K-State students about the power in love, hugs and peaceful protests.
Counselors of the summer program had to learn how to, not only have conversations about diversity and inclusion, but how to lead them.
KSDB-FM will change to its name to "Wildcat 91.9."
Community members say Manhattan needs 'bike ed'