LGBTQ+ Leadership Conference centers queer voices on campus

The keynote speaker was Tori Gleason, a transgender female who advocates for quality healthcare access.

Hatch adopts K-State way in new position for student well-being

In August, Kathleen Hatch became the Morrison Family associate vice president for student well-being. After a month in the position, she is already working with students at K-State to help improve well-being.

KSUPD Blotter: Mid-October Report

Kansas State police responded to multiple thefts under $1,500; criminal damage to property over and under $1,000; minor in possession of alcohol; driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol; possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia; battery and obstruction.

KSUnite takes action to make K-State a community

The event is a movement that provides students with the opportunity to participate in and embrace an event involving respect, tolerance and pride.

Lafene offers COVID-19 vaccinated students opportunities to win prizes

Lafene Health Center not only offers vaccinations to students, but prizes for those who get them.

Some students feel lack of information led to mold in Ford Hall

Ford Hall has effective air-filtration systems in each dorm room, but students feel no one informed them how to use them — leading to mold. When run properly, the machines should prevent most viral outbreaks.

Partial closure of Kimball Avenue raises traffic concerns amidst football season

Kimball Avenue will close from Denison Avenue to North Manhattan Avenue as football season is in full swing

K-State holds sixth annual Indigenous Peoples’ Day celebration

K-State's Indigenous Faculty and Staff Alliance hosted the Indigenous Peoples' Day event addressing Indigenous agriculture in today's world.

Cyclists race through the Flint Hills in Wild West Gravel Fest

Bicyclists from around the country came to Abilene, Kansas, to race in the Wild West Gravel Fest, choosing from 50K, 100K and 200K races that went through the Flint Hills.

Alcohol abuse down, drug abuse up in 2021 Clery Report

"I just think it's a shift in the way people perceive marijuana versus alcohol," Ryan Van Dusen, compliance and conflict resolution manager for the Office of Risk and Compliance, said.

SGA Intern Program gives hands-on experience for all interests, provides voice on campus

To begin the process, any student can attend Phase I meetings — a five-week program starting at 5:45 p.m. Oct. 14 in the K-State Student Union Wildcat Chamber.

K-State Without Rape: Students voice concerns about sexual assault on campus

Students held a rally on President Richard Myers' lawn to address concerns of sexual assault and Title IX.

Enrollment decline causes budget deficit for Student Services fee

Clubs and organizations that benefit from the Student Services fee face budget cuts after a decline in enrollment caused a $2 million deficit.

Sunset Zoo exhibit to help conservation efforts of endangered species

Sunset Zoo is building a new exhibit called Expedition Asia, which will house three endangered species: Amur leopards, Malayan tigers and sloth bears.

St. Isidore’s preparing for new era with a $14 million renovation project

St. Isidore’s Catholic Student Center is constructing a new church and renovating the student center to better serve K-State students and the local Catholic community.

KSUPD Blotter: Aug. 23 to Sept. 30

Kansas State police responded to multiple thefts over and under $1,500; criminal damage to property over and under $1,000; minor in possession of alcohol; driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol; driving while license is suspended, revoked or canceled; stalking; hit and run; disorderly conduct and a warrant arrest.

Citizens march, rally for reproductive rights

Local residents gathered in Triangle Park on Saturday to rally for women's reproductive rights.

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.

New Beach Museum exhibition provides aesthetic history experience

David Lebrun's "45 Paleolithic Handaxes from Transfigurations: Reanimating the Past" opened this month at the Beach art museum, showcasing an animation of 45 handaxes morphing into one after the other on an 84-inch 4K screen.

Veteran Center changes name, expands focus

The newly named Military Affiliated Resource Center provides resources for those in the military-affiliated community, answers questions about veteran benefits and builds community.