Cats' Cupboard helps fight food insecurity on Kansas State's campus by providing food and hygiene products to students, staff and faculty members.
Known active COVID-19 cases experienced another slight increase since the last report.
K-State Student Union leadership embraces the challenge of keeping the Union a university staple, despite its newly tightened budget.
Known active COVID-19 cases have experienced a slight increase since the last report and RCHD identified one new death
The final round of the Auburn Invitational was canceled, concluding the individual tournament.
Among the bills introduced in Kansas is Senate Bill 214, which would make it a crime for a physician to perform gender reassignment surgery or hormone replacement therapy on certain children if enacted.
New student body president and vice president share their excitement and senators share their goals for the 2022-2023 term
State Legislature conference committees meet the week of March 28 to resolve differences about budget and other bills
The star guard led the team with 17.4 points per game.
The Riley County Health Department will no longer report percent positive information because of a change in the national COVID-19 test reporting procedures.
No free weekend parking, removed information desk personnel and more: what a decreased Student Union budget means to you, and why the changes are happening.
Being a land-grant institution is about excellence in research and putting students first. President Linton is committed to that mission as he begins his presidency.
COVID-19 numbers drop to six active cases from 26 active reported on March 16
The start of 2022 brings the aroma of baked goods to "the Derb" with freshly-baked brownies, assorted loaves of bread, cinnamon rolls and more.
With no indoor public aquatics center in Manhattan, John Balman and MHK Aquatics are pursuing ways to improve residents' quality of life by constructing one.
Fake Patty's Day is an unofficial holiday dedicated to drinking and partying as soon as the sun comes up. Is this event pure chaos or simply college kids being college kids?
Former President Richard B. Myers and faculty from the Department of Political Science shared their thoughts about the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
The fundraiser organized by KSU Foundation destigmatizes using mental health services and increases students' access to them.
Ukrainian Kansas State students share their thoughts about what is happening in their home country.
COVID-19 case numbers dropped again and the two-week positivity rate also decreased from 16.64 percent to 6.85 percent.