Lafene dietitian aims to help students with eating habits, nutrition

Dianna Schalles, registered dietitian at Lafene Health Center, has worked at Kansas State for over 20 years.

Students approve university-wide fee for Business building, renovations

The Tuition and Fees Strategies Committee approved a $4 per-credit-hour fee to raise $1 million for academic building renovation and maintenance and $900,000 for the Business building project.

Construction fences take over campus

Students deal with fences on campus due to major construction.

From the president’s desk

A letter from the student body president and vice president.

Campus Unity Project protests K-State’s changes to student organizations

The Campus Unity Project aims to mend perceived errors made by the K-State administration with regards to student organizations.

Center on Aging hosts annual Personhood and Dementia event

The Center on Aging in the College of Human Ecology hosted its annual event to educate people on how to improve the quality of life for those who suffer from dementia and Alzheimer's.

First annual K-Chella music festival to feature student performers Friday night

K-Chella, a free student music festival, will be showcasing talented K-Staters on Friday night in Bosco Plaza.

Privilege Fee Committee recommends one year continuance for Wildcat Watch

Wildcat Watch provides video services to student organizations at little to no cost, and aims to teach students creative videography.

Block by block: Student recreates athletics complex, Liberty Bowl in Minecraft

While he wanted the video to be up when the team played Navy on Dec. 31, the creator said he'd rather it look good than rushed.

How a student with cerebral palsy contributed to the Multicultural Student Center

Hilary Garrett, a junior with cerebral palsy, has made an impact on the newest addition to K-State’s campus by giving input to architects and sharing her experiences.

On-campus vaccine clinics open to all students, staff — here’s what you need to know

Now, students, faculty and staff can book appointments for an on-campus clinic through the Lafene patient portal like they would for any other medical service.

Those lost in 9/11 honored in the Quad on 18th anniversary

Flags in the Waters Quad will honor the lives lost on Sept. 11, 2001.

Parking Services enters digital age with ParkMobile app for metered parking spots

Due to expensive maintenance and repair costs, Parking Services started the transition to digital parking meters with ParkMobile last week.

Counseling Services to provide telehealth consultation for the rest of the semester

Counseling Services will update their website as the new method is finalized.

Graduate students navigate COVID-19-era research, education

The shockwaves of the pandemic altered the graduate experience for both incoming graduate students and those already here at K-State.

Update: Campus given all clear by police

The K-State campus was on lockdown following a nearby early morning robbery.

Not just the food: K-State dining program ranked best in state

K-State dining services ranked top in Kansas, and the food is just part of it.

Growing greeks: rising recruitment numbers push Panhellenic to add another sorority chapter

Adding a new Panhellenic sorority creates concerns and interest within the greek community

Transgender Day of Remembrance rally honors LGBTQ lives lost to violence

The K-State Gender Collective and LGBT Resource Center partner to bring in a guest speaker to tell his story.