Taste of the ‘Ville promotes community, women’s higher education

The sixth annual Taste of the 'Ville fundraises for women's higher education.

Grilled chicken nuggets, other menu additions now at Union Chick-fil-A Express

After approval from Chick-fil-A corporate, the Chick-fil-A Express in the Union is now serving grilled chicken nuggets along with other new items.

Angie Thomas, author of ‘The Hate U Give,’ speaks to massive McCain crowd

Angie Thomas, author of "The Hate U Give," spoke on campus Thursday night, addressing the inspiration behind her book.

Wet spring weather delays viewpoint construction on ‘Manhattan Hill’

Updates to Manhattan's iconic Bluemont Scenic Overlook have been delayed by this spring's rainy weather.

Director of bands says he won’t retire until the problems he sees are resolved...

Director of bands Frank Tracz shared the struggles of the Kansas State Marching Band.

News briefs for Jan. 26

Headlines for today include two snow plow related deaths in Manhattan and a bill regarding meat substitutes in the Kansas Statehouse.

Doctoral student receives grant to research intersex individuals, spark difficult conversations

The first $250 will go towards an intersex consultant — Astle said no one in her department identifies as such and it would dilute the research if they didn’t have an intersex viewpoint. The other $750 will be given to intersex individuals that participate in the study.

Board of Education changes substitute teacher requirements

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced the Kansas State Board of Education to allow anyone who is 18 years old, has a high school diploma, can pass a background check and has a verified employment commitment from a school district to be a substitute teacher.

Big XII Conference on Black Student Government switches to virtual format

Amid rising COVID-19 cases, the Big XII Conference Planning Committee announced that the upcoming conference on Black Student Government will be virtual.

UPDATE: EF2 tornado causes massive damage across Manhattan, at greek houses

On June 11, a storm came through Riley County, leaving mass destruction behind in neighborhoods surrounding K-State's campus.

2016 Candidate Election Guide

Know the candidates before you cast your vote.

K-State Interfraternity Council calls for change in university sexual assault policy

The Interfraternity Council calls for a change in the university's policy of not investigating off-campus allegations of rape.

New dorm faces construction delays; positive student feedback

Wefald Hall continues construction and brings new features that enhance community.

K-State radiology resident dies by suicide

An internal email sent out Tuesday by the dean of the K-State College of Veterinary Medicine informed faculty, staff and students about the death of a K-State radiology resident.

Banned Books Week invites students, faculty to challenge censorship

K-State students and faculty are celebrating the right to read controversial literature by broadcasting live readings of banned books.

Racist sign posted on door of Jardine residence

Student returns to Jardine Apartments residence to find a racist sign on his door

Wefald Hall residents report building, construction flaws

The student residents of Wefald Hall are continuing to find problems in the building due to its rushed construction.

The K-State Crops Team consistently wins national titles. How do they do it?

The Kansas State University Crops Team has won 16 national titles in the last 20 years, with nine of those under the current coach, Kevin Donnelly.

New university budget model to be implemented in fiscal year 2021

The budget model will be a a hybrid to ensure balance and central strategic control.

Protestors share art, discuss the importance of voting at Junction City rally

Protest organizer Michael Turner invited Junction City police chief John Lamb and Mayor Jeff Underhill to attend.