Many students have seen the high-energy performances of stepping, but are unaware of the rich history and African roots of the dance form. Stepping, a...
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.
Students and community members learned about Mexican art in a workshop held by the College of Education
Lourdes Ashley Hunter spoke about the ways state-sanctioned violence occurs in the lives of trans women of color.
A student was suspected by the K-State Police Department and admitted to the Collegian in an email that they graffitied the smoke stack on campus in protest of the proposed campus tobacco ban.
Hunter Jobbins, freshman in athletic training, was given 6,500 Kit Kats to give away for free on Haymaker Hall's lawn Thursday evening.
Where are the free feminine products around campus coming from, and who is the "Period Fairy" responsible? The Collegian has answers.
The Kansas LGBTQ leadership conference comes to Kansas State in October, providing a focus on the Kansas LGBTQ community and lived experiences.
The newly named Military Affiliated Resource Center provides resources for those in the military-affiliated community, answers questions about veteran benefits and builds community.
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.
K-State's win of the HEED award sheds light on both the efforts the university has made and the work that still needs to be done.
The Student-Centered Tuition Enhancement proposal application is now available, allowing students' program ideas to create visible change to the university.
The Starbucks located on Bluemont Avenue embraces the giving season through a partnership with Toys for Tots.
A statue of Willie the Wildcat, paid for by outside donations to the University Excellence Fund, has stirred frustrations within the K-State student body.
The Wabash Cannon Bowl, by the numbers.
"What Were You Wearing?," an art installation hosted by CARE, is on display in the Mark A. Chapman Gallery through April 19.
Following the Action Plan for a More Inclusive K-State, a new social media usage plan was implemented to provide guidance for students navigating social media.
Gus van der Hoeven, professor emeritus in landscape and environmental horticulture at K-State, published a book of vignettes about life in Kansas he originally told over the radio.
Over 160 incidents have been reported to the KSUPD since the beginning of the 2020-2021 school year.
Our world is currently full of problems that some of the brightest minds on earth have yet to solve. In situations like those, the...