K-State physicists awarded for their work with Arizona State University and laser physics.
Barrett was affectionately known as “Mr. K-State” by many Wildcats fans, and also known for his trademark firm handshake.
Protests arise after controversial student government meeting and the approval of anti-transgender bill in Missouri.
Kansas State professor and graduate students create the Manhattan Symphony Orchestra.
Agriculture is depleting the Ogallala Aquifer and K-State graduate students are researching ways to sustain it.
Members of multicultural student organizations walk out of SGA meeting after controversial resolution passed
Members of various multicultural student organizations walked out of last week’s Student Governing Association meeting after the resolution approving standing committee chairs and the parliamentarian passed by a vote of 32-8-5.
Paid parking garage in effect for three months; helps cover maintenance and employee costs.
Six previous title winners returned to McCain auditorium to judge the 2023 competition.
“Here’s what this bill would actually do: harm the mental health of our students,” Gov. Laura Kelly said of the transgender student athlete ban in her March message regarding the veto of House Bill 2238.
In a Kansas State climate survey, one-third of students who participated reported they have considered dropping out of K-State due to financial issues.
Earhart Hall will open for student use in July
Aggieville employees and business owners speak up again at city commission meeting as worries for Aggieville’s future continue
Training will take place April 4-6 in Edwards Hall and include sounds of gunfire and sirens.
Lillyan Koehn, freshman in bakery science, dies at 19.
The Royal Towers Apartments are condemned, leaving many tenants searching for alternative housing.
The idea behind Kansas State's newest club for students in agriculture, Cultivating Change, was simple, said Jenna Wallace and Isabel Haake.
The K-State Foundation’s Senior Vice President for Investments plans to retire at the end of June after an 18 year tenure.
Robinson slated to take over for CEO Kent Glasscock when he retires in April.
Developer remains optimistic despite financial setback in Aggieville building construction.
High fire danger is a combination of weather conditions. Residents need to be attentive this season to keep Riley County safe.