‘All In for K-State’ fundraiser to support mental health resources on campus

The fundraiser organized by KSU Foundation destigmatizes using mental health services and increases students' access to them.

Kansas State students and professors discuss Russian invasion of Ukraine and its impacts

Ukrainian Kansas State students share their thoughts about what is happening in their home country.

Health department announces five new COVID-19-related deaths as case numbers decrease

COVID-19 case numbers dropped again and the two-week positivity rate also decreased from 16.64 percent to 6.85 percent.

Kansas State legislative update for Feb. 25 highlights budget recommendations

First-round budget recommendations pass through House and Senate committees.

University removes mask mandate effective March 2

In accordance with updated CDC guidelines, Kansas State will now encourage but not require masks indoors.

College of Business to host International Women’s Day networking event

On March 8th, students can learn about women's organizations on campus, network with women in business and celebrate International Women's Day.
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Officials explore new ways to keep Aggieville safe after recent shootings

The general consensus is these shootings were isolated events. However, there have been talks about taking different safety measures in light of the shootings.

Kansas State legislative update for Feb. 18 highlights key dates, bills

Weekly legislative updates about the Kansas Legislative session for 2022 are provided at noon on Fridays through Zoom.

Sunderland Foundation Innovation Lab brings people together through technology

Sunderland Foundation Innovation Lab gives students access to community and technology.

KSU Foundation reevaluating Alumni Village, focusing on student-oriented projects

The KSU Foundation is currently focusing on more student-oriented projects rather than the K-State Alumni Village.

Highly competitive physician assistant program officially open

K-State now offers a physician assistant program to train primary care providers.

‘Ready… Set… Sub!’ provides substitute teaching resources

The College of Education and Career Center aims to help alleviate the growing demand for substitute teachers.

Health department announces one new COVID-19-related death, 230 new cases

COVID-19 case numbers dropped again and the two-week positivity rate also decreased from 22.34 percent to 16.64 percent.

SGA candidates share platforms in 2022 student body presidential debate

Candidates answered questions about transitioning with the new administration, making sure student voices are heard, addressing student issues and more.

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.

Governor Kelly’s budget proposal recommends a tuition freeze

Kansas State was the only state university to raise its undergraduate resident tuition rate for fiscal year 2022. Governor Laura Kelly's budget recommendation will keep that rate steady for fiscal year 2023.

Social Media Week tackles intentional use of evolving social media space

Organized by Jana Thomas, professor of practice in the A.Q. Miller School of Journalism and Mass Communications, Social Media Week will consist of several events covering the wide array of topics needed to be successful with social media.

New Social Transformation Studies department a place for students to make a difference

Social Transformation Studies is a new department that combines the Gender, Women and Sexuality Studies and American Ethnics Studies departments to inspire social justice work in students' future careers.

Health department announces one new COVID-19-related death, 469 new cases

COVID-19 case numbers dropped but the two-week positivity rate increased from 17.84 percent to 22.34 percent.

Kansas State legislative update for Feb. 3 highlights key dates, bills

Weekly legislative updates about the Kansas Legislative session for 2022 are provided at noon on Fridays through Zoom.
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