News Briefs: March 26

Today's headlines include the Schlitterbahn indictment and more information about the alleged relationship between Stormy Daniels and President Donald Trump.

Strike a pose: The benefits and challenges of yoga

Going to a yoga class can be physically and mentally challenging.

Manhattan commissioners address Public Nudity Ordinance

Public Nudity Ordinance brought up for questioning on future evaluation for Manhattan.

‘Protect Reproductive Rights in Kansas’ rally follows Roe v. Wade overturning

On Saturday, June 25, Riley county residents took to the streets mourning the overturning of Roe v. Wade. This precedent set by the Supreme...

Police standoff ends with 79-year-old man in custody

Officers responded to a person in crisis in the 1000 and 1100 blocks of Bluemont Avenue.

Bill proposed by SGA member close to becoming law

Lifeline 911 is a bill introduced by the K-State Student Governing Association that was sent on to the governor's desk.

Activist Angela Davis calls for unification in light of racial discrimination

Activist Angela Davis spoke to students Wednesday night to begin the celebration of Black History Month.

Día de los Muertos festivities invite hungry public to Beach Museum

The Beach Museum of Art hosted a spooky, tasty celebration for Día de los Muertos.

Cowboy Church: Following the trail to Christ

Rodeo-goers shared their faith in God and love for rodeo culture Sunday morning.

Graduate students navigate COVID-19-era research, education

The shockwaves of the pandemic altered the graduate experience for both incoming graduate students and those already here at K-State.

Professor inspiring students to love learning wins Davids-Dunham Award

To help other teachers become more inclusive and more trauma-informed in the classroom, Levitt spearheaded a feminist pedagogy theory workshop series.

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.

Football Indoor Practice Facility opening October 2022

The $32 million facility will feature indoor and outdoor turf fields and will be accessible to both Vanier Family Football Complex and Bill Snyder Family Stadium.

Students use term ‘Unicorn’ to identify ideal person

Sweaty palms. Racing heart. It's undeniable that attraction can do funny things to a person. And typically, it takes meeting and pleasant conversation to...

Adopt for right the reasons, not overpopulation fix

Our world is currently full of problems that some of the brightest minds on earth have yet to solve. In situations like those, the...

Day of Remembrance honors transgender victims of hate crimes

Dozens gathered at the Dusty Bookshelf Nov. 20 for a memorial honoring people in the transgender community who have been victims of hate crimes. The...

K-State to partner with English university on international tourism research

University of Chester, England, and K-State professors are planning a research partnership.

Student suspect vandalizes smoke stack in protest of proposed campus tobacco ban

A student was suspected by the K-State Police Department and admitted to the Collegian in an email that they graffitied the smoke stack on campus in protest of the proposed campus tobacco ban.

4.0 K-State student drops out, says college is a scam

Billy Willson dropped out of K-State after his first semester of college not because he was adverse to learning, but because to him, college is a scam.