Last student in Nichols Hall before it burned 50 years ago says he knows...

Nichols Hall burned to the ground in 1968 and the culprit was never apprehended.

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.

Black student enrollment has fallen more than 30 percent at K-State since 2012

Although total campus enrollment fell nine percent between 2012 and 2018, black student enrollment fell more than three times that amount.

Privilege Fee Committee holds Fine Arts bill additional week for missing information

The Fine Arts presentation, though well-presented, Joshua Diazdeleon, college of education caucus leader and junior in elementary education, said, had missing information that could lead to second thoughts on some entity decreases.

Students paint the ‘Ville for Homecoming

Homecoming pairings and student organizations painted Aggieville storefronts Tuesday.

Manhattan Local Events Calendar: June 14-21

Here is what is happening in Manhattan this week.

College of Business unable to fully utilize new building due to budget cuts

While the building was mostly funded by private donations, the college is lacking funding for staff and faculty to fully utilize the new space.

Fall semester education abroad programs cancelled

In the spring semester, K-State required students studying abroad to return to the U.S. Summer programs were also canceled.

Huschka, White encourage students to get involved in governing process

As we move into a year of unprecedented uncertainty at K-State, our student body will face challenges requiring a new, innovative approach to effectively...

The library of tomorrow: Hale prepares for first floor renovations

Hale's upcoming renovation will focus on redesigning the first floor.

Water main break in Union leads to temporary water outages across campus

A water main break in the K-State Student Union resulted in water outage of some buildings on campus.

University sexual violence policies ‘have room to grow’

K-State's policy against sexual violence calls for expulsion of assaulters.

Car fire ignites inside parking garage

A 2002 Pontiac Grand Prix caught fire in the parking garage Thursday. No comment from K-State

K-State excels in diversity

From 2002 to 2012, K-State had the "turnaround story of the decade" and it wasn't in football. It was in diversity.

Federal financial aid to see changes in 2018-2019

Changes to financial aid will be made by Congress and the university.

Students draw the line on offensive jokes

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

Students, faculty rally for campus diversity

About 500 students and faculty gathered in Bosco Plaza Thursday night to rally against the white nationalist flyers that were posted on campus.

History-making alum to speak at Salina

Bernard Franklin, a history-making K-State University alumnus, will give several presentations on the K-State-Salina campus on Friday as part of the Wildcat Week of...

BREAKING: Struck gas line near Pottawatomie Street forces Manhattan residents from their homes

Manhattan Fire Department advises residents within a quarter mile of the rupture to evacuate the area.

Drop-off lane seeks to ease game day parking woes

While the influx of several thousand fans into Bill Snyder Family Stadium has caused traffic and safety issues in the past, a new drop-off lane seeks to address those issues.