Interest rates on federal student loans double, community holds rally

K-State graduate Chris Littrell believes student loans are becoming a major economic crisis. Littrell, who graduated in 2012, is one of millions of students...

Returning sorority Tri Sigma develops plan to re-integrate to K-State

K-State’s greek community will see a new addition this spring. Sigma Sigma Sigma (Tri Sigma), originally founded at K-State in 1982, will recolonize after...

RCPD footage sheds new light on Aggieville discrimination controversy

Despite claims to the contrary, Kite's Grille and Bar wants to make it clear that "everyone is welcome."

Fake Patty’s Day weekend arrest reports

Police activity during Fake Patty's Day weekend.

One to remember: Fake Patty’s participants reflect on the holiday

There are many different ways to spend Manhattan's fakest holiday.

K-State alum returns to Manhattan as assistant city manager

Dennis Marstall, K-State alumnus, hired as assistant city manager.

9Round Fitness: Local gym brings kickboxing to Manhattan

9Round Fitness shows students the ropes with intensive daily training

A service member at Ft. Riley tests positive for novel coronavirus

The patient was tested at the U.S. Air Force Medical Service at Wright Patterson Air Force Base and does not require hospitalization. He is in home-isolation.

Riley County has 19 confirmed cases of COVID-19, ‘A’ grade on social distancing index

Local health official Julie Gibbs said the average age of infected individuals is around 20 to 30 years old due to the younger population in Riley County.

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,...

Denison Hall’s mark on campus indelible

The view from Anderson Hall toward Hale Library is unobstructed today, allowing for individuals passing through the Coffman Commons to enjoy the stately appearance...

The pope and Lucious Lyon: A connection you might not have imagined

(c) 2015, The Washington Post.WASHINGTON _ It was nearly half past 7 when the traffic opened up, and we saw the sign.The bass line...

Linda Brown of Brown v. Board of Education dead at 75

Linda Brown passed away Sunday in her hometown of Topeka.

90 years later, ‘Manhattan Hill’ prepares for accessible updates

Construction to make the scenic outlook more accessible is expected to begin in the fall.

Kansas bill proposed for sales tax exemption on textbooks bought at college bookstores

Wichita representative Nick Hoheisel sponsored a bill for state tax exemption on required textbooks.

Industrial hemp in Kansas: A possible avenue for a sustainable future

Industrial hemp in Kansas may provide new avenues for sustainability and prosperity, but it does face some challenges.

‘Masking Manhattan’: Local church to collect, donate cloth face masks

Distribution of the masks will start next week.

Fang plans to use her youth, ‘inexperience’ to her advantage if elected to county...

Fanny Fang is running for the district two seat on the Riley County Commission.

‘It was a complete disaster’: Couple shares bad local renting experiences

Korrie Kennedy, senior in anthropology and medical laboratory science, and her boyfriend, Brett Moss, former Kansas State student, experienced two bad rental situations in Manhattan.

Students rock in memory of lost K-Stater

On the afternoon of June 18, 2002, Ali Kemp, a K-State student, was working in Leawood, Kan. at a private neighborhood pool. She was...