Court: K-State has ‘substantial control’ over greek houses, must investigate rape reports

The Kansas federal court dismissed a majority of the Title IX and Kansas law claims made by Sarah Weckhorst and Tessa Farmer.

Sexually suggestive signs cause weekend uproar on social media

Online commenters denounced the signs as offensive and wildly inappropriate.

Life as a transgender woman of color: Lourdes Ashley Hunter

Lourdes Ashley Hunter spoke about the ways state-sanctioned violence occurs in the lives of trans women of color.

Noose found in K-State Manhattan campus tree

K-State Police is investigating the placement of a noose found in a tree on the K-State Manhattan campus.

A snowy Fake Patty’s Day as told by Twitter

As purple turned to green, the grounds turned to white during Fake Patty's Day 2017.

Greek life at KSU still trying to find its place

Students involved in fraternities and sororities are paying a little more this year as Greek life is no longer affiliated with K-State.

Administrators and deans earn highest salaries

University administrators and college deans comprise most of the highest-paid people at Kansas State.

UPDATE: K-State superfan’s purple maraca still missing months later

Nearly 100 days later, freshman Cameron Koger is still on the search for his missing purple maraca.

K-State student experiences hellish night in Paris

How did the terrorist attacks on Paris affect K-State students in the country?

Homophobic slur found in Bosco Plaza

A homophobic slur was found, and later removed, Monday afternoon in Bosco Plaza, only days after alleged anti-semitic vandalism to a Jewish structure on campus.

K-State student in critical condition after hit-and-run accident

The family is offering a $10,000 cash reward for anyone who has information that leads to identifying the person responsible for the hit-and-run injury accident.

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.

From the fire to the field: The birth of The Wabash Cannonball

Following the Nichols Hall fire that more or less crippled the band department on Dec. 13, 1968, the Pride of Wildcat Land returned just three days later to play "The Wabash Cannonball" for the first time.

Engineering dean asks president to ‘ignore’ students, increase fees

The dean of the College of Engineering wants "to convince President Myers to ignore" the vote of the students on the Tuition and Fees Strategies Committee.

Chalk war over abortion in Bosco Plaza

After the defunding of Planned Parenthood by House Republicans, students on both sides of the abortion issue took to chalking the campus to spread their message.

Gen. Myers chosen by Regents as 14th K-State president

The interim president was announced as the 14th president of Kansas State.

As plaza preachers call students whores, questions on freedom of speech arise

In Bosco Plaza, Campus Ministry USA, led by Brother Jed Smock, said K-State students partake in "whoredom".

Help the Collegian pay for open records request through Go Fund Me

The Collegian needs $1,375 to pay for its open records request.

K-State student accidentally shoots self in residence hall

In a K-State Today Special Alert, the university announced the report of a K-State student who suffered an "accidental self-inflicted gunshot wound."

Assistant director of K-State bands ‘leaves it better than he found it’

Don Linn, instructor and assistant director of bands, is stepping down after seven years at K-State to pursue his doctor of musical arts in conducting at the University of Oklahoma.