Former athletic director Bob Krause dies

The former administrator and athletic director died at the age of 70 Wednesday.

’90s music, fashions shape today’s trends

The next time someone ridicules the holes in your jeans or your backwards baseball hat, blame it on the '90s. The decade most college students...

Former K-State students receive decades in prison for fatal Feb. fire

Two former K-State students were sentenced to prison terms Monday for their roles in a February apartment fire that killed a K-State researcher. The...

Why Paul Rhoads should be fired at season’s end

Paul Rhoads hasn't brought consistent success to the Iowa State Cyclones, and thus he should be fired once the 2013 season comes to a close.

Weather makes no difference in class attendance students, professors say

With the coming of November, the first signs of the foul weather that winter brings have appeared. Traveling to and from class can be...

The hard truth about the origins of Fake Patty’s Day

The Collegian cares. We find it difficult to partake in a day of debauchery without asking questions and seeking answers, even if they are...

Local organizations promote understanding of transgender residents with billboard

Billboard portraying a transgender student created buzz in Manhattan.

Panama disease rots plant from inside out, threatens future of the common banana

Bananas are America's favorite fresh fruit. Every year Americans eat more of them than apples and oranges combined. But unlike apples, for which there...

MHK named ‘most boring’ city in Kansas

Based on county business patterns, Manhattan was decided to be the least exciting city in Kansas.

Use of sarcasm in comedies, pop culture results in loss of meaning

Irony is everywhere today, and we breathe it like air. Everyone talks about "irony" so much the definition has blurred somewhat. For example, in 1995...

Photos: KSUnite Rally

Kansas State students and faculty gather on the Anderson Hall lawn during the KSUnite rally

Kite’s owner ‘in shock’ due to impending financial lawsuit

By Rudy Date William "Rusty" Wilson, owner of popular Aggieville destinations Kite's Grille and Bar and Rusty's Last Chance Saloon, is being sued for what debtor Farmers State Bank claims...

Opportunity costs of graduate school deserve consideration

By Eric Haun, staff writer Making the choice to further your education with graduate school is one that students should carefully review. While some...

Fake Patty’s Day arrests up 34 percent

Fake Patty's Day, one of the busiest and most controversial days of the year in Manhattan, came and went in a flurry of excited...

A 30-year-old bartender named Vince Papale overcame the odds and made the Philadelphia Eagles’...

There was a time when Vince Papale, a 30-year-old bartender living in Philadelphia, would attend every Eagles home game at the old Veteran's Stadium....

Students find work in nude modeling for art

"It is much easier to get naked in front of a room full of people you don't know than it is in front of...

Aggieville Webcams show events, fun times, crimes

The world is watching Aggieville, so watch out. Six Webcams, video cameras that transmit content to viewers on the Internet, are located at different...

True Magic: How a community saved Goblin Games from a flood

Goblin Games was closed for only four days after the Labor Day flood because of massive community support.

International students speak to how American food affects their weight

Students from many different places share about what American food is doing to their body and overall health

New local ‘restricted activities’ order to take effect Wednesday

The return to more strict guidelines comes on the heels of a recent climb in local COVID-19 cases.