Chris Culbertson named dean of the College of Arts and Sciences

Culbertson served first day as dean on Sunday after 11 years of work in the College of Arts and Sciences. 

Manhattan residents comment on shooting outside Aggieville

The investigation remains ongoing.

Manhattan Avenue project to improve commuting for Manhattan residents

The City of Manhattan began construction of the Manhattan Avenue project this week to bring safer and more efficient crosswalk systems to Manhattan roads,...

Privacy, safety and ethicality: Students react to transgender bathroom legislation

Kansas Senate passes bill barring transgender people from using the restroom of their choice.

Restructuring studio culture: The college of architecture looks to build healthier habits

The new dean of architecture looks to address the toxic traditions of the program.

K-State Catbacker Tour comes to Dodge City

The Catbacker Tour begins its second week of visiting cities in Kansas.

Ongoing complaints remain unresolved: Kedzie Hall falling apart

Students express concern about condition of Kedzie Hall.

Chase Bank donates to local nonprofits at Aggieville opening ceremony

The Black Entrepreneurs of the Flint Hills, one of the donation recipients, will use the money toward its Black & Bankable event in September.

Nearly $700 worth of alcohol stolen from The Fridge Wholesale Liquor

Riley County Police search for the identities of the five suspects caught on video.

Fairmont Dog Park temporarily closed after possible canine parvovirus exposure

Canine parvovirus is a highly-contagious virus that poses a threat to all dogs.

From the fire to the field: The birth of The Wabash Cannonball

Following the Nichols Hall fire that more or less crippled the band department on Dec. 13, 1968, the Pride of Wildcat Land returned just three days later to play "The Wabash Cannonball" for the first time.

K-State to offer lower tuition for out-of-state students from 5 states

Students from five key states will only pay 50 percent more than the in-state tuition.

Secretary Wormuth and Sen. Moran discuss plans to improve living conditions for Fort Riley...

Fifteen-year improvement plan in progress at Fort Riley.

SCOTUS strikes down Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan

The plan would have canceled up to $20,000 for borrowers and cost $400 billion.

K-State reaffiliates with student organizations to foster better relationships  

Student Organizations can establish a connection with K-State to seek guidance and access university resources.

Geology faculty to partner with Kansas Department of Transportation

K-State and KU receive funding from KDOT in a joint proposal.

Aggieville business owners advocate against losing small businesses

Small businesses push back against construction on 12th and Laramie.

Supreme Court ends affirmative action in colleges

The Supreme Court ruled against the admission practices of Harvard and the University of North Carolina.

K-State students celebrate a month of Hispanic and Latino history, culture and influence

Hispanic and Latino students celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month at K-State.