K-Staters share their memories of President Richard B. Myers, who some students and faculty remember as a man who loved the university.
Weekly legislative updates about the Kansas Legislative session for 2022 are provided at noon on Fridays through Zoom.
The total number of local COVID-19 related deaths is now 72, with 976 active cases in Riley County as of Jan. 26, 2022.
After six years as Kansas State's president, Gen. Richard B. Myers will retire on Feb. 11, 2022.
Amid rising COVID-19 cases, the Big XII Conference Planning Committee announced that the upcoming conference on Black Student Government will be virtual.
The restaurant, known for its bright atmosphere and flavors from the gulf coast, announced in a press release that it had lost its lease.
The director of the Aggieville Business Association, Dennis Cook, said this will be a positive for the district.
As case numbers continue to rise during the worst surge of COVID-19 cases, university and county officials urge students to get vaccinated and mask up.
Kansas State police responded to multiple thefts under $1,500; criminal damage to property under $1,000; transportation of an open container of alcohol and a criminal threat.
Officers responded to a person in crisis in the 1000 and 1100 blocks of Bluemont Avenue.
The university released a statement about the incident, which occurred at Tate's Bar in Aggieville early Sunday morning.
The three new projects are slated for completion in 2023.
Readers picked Purple Apple Awards in Collegian's Best of Manhattan.
Each of the near 1,900 graduates from the summer and fall can bring an unlimited number of guests.
The Goss Scholarship provides $5,000 in scholarship money to every student who is accepted into an exchange program.
The nonprofit organization serves as a place for veterans to learn and heal.
Kansas State police responded to multiple thefts over and under $1,500; criminal damage to property under $1,000; minor in possession of alcohol; domestic battery; driving while license is suspended, revoked or canceled and a hit and run accident.
Kansas State's College of Education Military Initiatives Committee provides student-veterans and military-connected individuals with resources to succeed at K-State and in the classroom.
Students from K-State and Wabaunsee USD 329 contributed artwork to Nancy Hause's book that brings life to the Bluemont Bell.
The Starbucks located on Bluemont Avenue embraces the giving season through a partnership with Toys for Tots.