Stepping has roots in Africa: Roots of stepping

Many students have seen the high-energy performances of stepping, but are unaware of the rich history and African roots of the dance form. Stepping, a...

Exiled professor advocates equality, democracy

By Jonas HoggKansas State Collegian Not many people know what it's like to be accused of being a subversive agent and banished from their homeland,...

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.

Manhattan Hill

Editor's Note: This is the second installment of the 8 Wonders of Manhattan running in the Collegian over the summer. A new wonder will...

Student recounts painful conversion therapy, abuse

EDITORS NOTE: This is part one of a five – part series addressing the gay community and its relationship to organized religion. Parts one...

CONFIRMED: Country Stampede moves to Topeka for remainder of contract

The era of Country Stampede may have reached its end in Manhattan.

Hollywood standards promote negative body image for young women

Beauty is an innately popular frame of reference in our society. Between People Magazine's yearly coronation of the "Top 100 Most Beautiful People" to...

Bill Snyder’s grandson, Matthew Snyder, dead at 22

Matthew Snyder, the grandson of head football coach Bill Snyder and the son of assistant head coach Sean Snyder, was found dead Wednesday, according...

Modern combatives program cancelled due to budget concerns

An awarding-winning modern combatives program offered at K-State for two and a half years has been cancelled due to lack of funding. The program...

City officials announce relocation of federal lab

By Jason Miller Kansas State Collegian City Hall was unusually busy as it played host to three congressional leaders and several other local officials Monday...

‘My name is Rachel – not Scooter Girl’

Some have seen her zoom by while walking to the library. Some were on their way to the K-State Student Union and had to...

Update: Fire at The Dusty Bookshelf is out

A fire at The Dusty Bookshelf is currently contained to the building, but not under control.

K-State halftime show leads to questions about sexual innuendo, band member denies any ill...

The halftime show in K-State's season opener has left many wondering what they viewed. A member of the marching band spoke up and shared the original choreography with the Collegian.

Fake Patty’s Day 2018, as told by the RCPD Twitter account

While Saturday may be a blank spot in your memory, Fake Patty's Day was immortalized on the RCPD's Twitter account.

Classic 4th of July fireworks advice from a true American

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WH2uifOWP-k&hl=en&w=425&h=344]In preparation for our nation's birthday, we might need a refresher course on what possibly might be the most exciting part of the...

Senior starts new sorority, works to improve relations with other organizations

By Molly Sanders Kansas State Collegian With strong composure and a rare self-assurance, Chelsey Fritch relayed with pride how her dream of bringing a progressive...

Serenade tradition continues in greek community

“Tradition” was the most common word used to describe the meaning of the serenades on Sunday, as fraternities showed off their incoming associate members in a friendly dance-...

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.

Demolition training at Fort Riley expected to create ‘significant noise’

"Training could yield significant noise from tank, artillery and mortar certification fire, and explosions due to demolition training."

Fort Riley demolition training as told by Twitter

Fort Riley is currently in a Noise and Training Advisory as they complete demolition training, which is expected to create "significant noise" during all hours of the day. The "significant noise" created an uproar on Twitter.
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