More inventory and larger space at Cats’ Cupboard’s upcoming facility

New location opening in August to bring changes to the current Cats’ Cupboard operation

COVID numbers down — are students still affected?

With COVID-19 numbers down, what are the current guidelines?

Transforming the arts: SGA supports Wareham Opera House renovations 

K-State students gains more opportunities to foster the arts with the future renovations to Wareham Opera House.

K-State leads in providing Kansas with engineers

K-State Career fair connects engineering students to future jobs in Kansas.

New band hall set to open this spring 

The new band hall commemorates director Frank Tracz and the K-State marching band’s years of hard work.

Investing in you: Student Governing Association plans on expanding mental health services

Students' mental health to become the Student Governing Association's main focus this year as they plan to invest in student well-being services.

Innovation Lab printer facilitates creativity

Plotter printer available at the Innovation Lab for students and faculty.

Upcoming SGA elections provide opportunity to represent the student body

The Student Governing Association plays a big part in students’ lives. The upcoming election provides the opportunity to take up roles in it.

Student body president and vice president positions open — first campaign announced

Candidates say they hope to bring “opportunity, advocacy and responsibility” to K-State.

Asbestos on campus, should students worry?

University takes precautions to protect students and staff from encountering asbestos poisoning.

Aggieville to charge for parking, local businesses band together for change

Manhattan Locals fight back against parking charges in Aggieville by creating a petition and voicing their concerns 

Aggieville coffee shop ‘Public Hall’ closes permanently

Public Hall’s owners ‘grew when they shouldn’t have grown’.

Greek Gives Back: Recap of recent greek life philanthropy events

Greek life organizations at Kansas State are dedicated to their philanthropies and host events for different national and local causes.

Self-taught student developed new Wildcat 91.9 app, up for best app award

K-State student spends hours teaching himself how to create an app for Wildcat 91.9 and succeeds.

Ahearn Field House stays: just with a new look

Discussion of Ahearn’s future and historical past remains at the forefront of conversation amid construction.

K-State reaches diversity and inclusion milestone

The American Association of Colleges and Universities announced Kansas State University has been chosen to host Truth, Racial Healing and Transformation Campus Centers.

Students wait hours for tickets to Big 12 Championship game

Two thousand students expected to attend the K-State vs TCU game in Arlington, Texas.

Personal experiences inspire new warming center

Be Able Community Center and The Center of Hope Ministry seek to show compassion to those who need help during the winter months.

Pathway to Nursing program brings nursing to K-State

Kansas State partners with Wichita State University to provide a nursing program at the Manhattan campus.

KSUnite 2022 DEIB Conference: A Journey to Justice

KSUnite hosted its annual conference to start the conversation on bringing inclusivity to the Kansas State community.