Updated vaccine mandate for Student Union, Athletics Department

The Kansas State Athletics Department and Student Union now fall under President Joe Biden's executive order requiring all employees to be fully vaccinated by Jan. 4, 2022

Republicans’ big night sends message to President Biden, Democrat Party

Winsome Sears became the first black lieutenant governor in Virginia history and Jason Miyares became the first Latino attorney general in Virginia history.

OSHA’s Emergency Temporary Standard affects independent K-State-affiliated entities

Halted by a stay order, the Emergency Temporary Standard affects employers with 100 or more employees, such as the K-State Student Union and the KSU Foundation.

West Stadium Band Hall to open fall 2022

After years of discussion, the marching band will finally rehearse, store equipment and prepare for performances all under one roof.

2021 Student Price Index shows big increase in gasoline, beer prices

The SPI provides statistics for 11 different student-spending categories: gasoline, groceries, tuition, beer, pizza, Greek and non-greek housing, textbooks, movies, ICAT sporting tickets and the internet.

Morris Family Multicultural Student Center celebrates one-year anniversary on campus

After one year on campus, the Morris Family Multicultural Student Center has become a hub for student activity and a symbol of belonging for all students.

Menard Family Scholars Program enters its second year

The 2021-2022 school year marks the second year of the Menard Family Scholars Program, which prepares students for the world of business.

Insufficient funds legislation passes in Student Senate

The insufficient funds legislation will eliminate a deficit of $2.1 million in the student services fee budget for fiscal year 2022

Parking garage construction continues in Aggieville, set to open spring 2022

The five-story, 450-stall parking garage provides more parking options for Aggieville patrons.

Q&A: Professor emeritus Gus van der Hoeven reflects on life in Kansas

Gus van der Hoeven, professor emeritus in landscape and environmental horticulture at K-State, published a book of vignettes about life in Kansas he originally told over the radio.

Lack of funding leads to issues in Kedzie Hall, other campus buildings

A lack of funding to repair K-State's buildings on campus has led to some issues being deferred until a future date.

KSUPD Blotter: End of October Report

Kansas State police responded to multiple thefts over and under $1,500; burglaries; criminal damage to property under $1,000; minor in consumption of alcohol; domestic battery and possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Dr. Kyle Goerl to serve as 2021 Homecoming Grand Marshal

The K-State Alumni Association has honored Dr. Kyle Goerl as the Grand Marshal of homecoming.

K-State staff member Monica Macfarlane runs for city commission

Macfarlane hopes to bring more people to Manhattan by addressing issues pertaining to infrastructure and economic stagnation.

Student-Centered Tuition Enhancement converts student ideas into reality

The Student-Centered Tuition Enhancement proposal application is now available, allowing students' program ideas to create visible change to the university.

Intro to Gerontology sparks interest in the Center on Aging

Students studying gerontology share their passion for the subject and encourage others to check it out.

Executive order requires K-State employees to be fully vaccinated by December

Because K-State receives federal funding, President Joe Biden's executive order requiring all federal employees to be fully vaccinated by Dec. 8 applies to K-State employees.

Vaccine mandate announced for K-State staff, faculty, student workers

Kansas State announced it will comply with the federal COVID-19 vaccine requirement issued by President Joe Biden earlier in September.

K-State wins HEED award for eighth year in a row, highlights progress still to...

K-State's win of the HEED award sheds light on both the efforts the university has made and the work that still needs to be done.

Kidd for Commission: K-State faculty member Marcus Kidd runs for office

Kidd said his diverse perspective and love for Manhattan will help him in the role of city commissioner.
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