Kathleen Greene, director of Academic Student Services, announces retirement, reflects on career

Greene found her calling working with students while directing three of K-State's TRIO programs.

‘We’re better than this’: The Wabash Cannonball in jeopardy

A tradition valued by the student body, the Wabash Cannonball is at risk following continuous obscene chants.
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Interview with Laura Kelly K-State student campaign volunteer Samantha Suchanek

Collegian managing editor Kelsey Volk interviews campaign volunteer and Kansas State student Samantha Suchanek at the Laura Kelly watch party.

BREAKING: Kelly projected to win over Schmidt in close race for Governor

Laura Kelly/David Toland (D) are projected to win with 49% for Governor/Lt. Governor with 100% of the vote counted. Derek Schmidt/Katie Sawyer (R) follow...

Greek Gives Back: Over a dozen philanthropy events in October

Highlights from October’s philanthropy events.

KSUnite 2022 DEIB Conference: A Journey to Justice

KSUnite hosted its annual conference to start the conversation on bringing inclusivity to the Kansas State community.

Bill Snyder’s grandson, Matthew Snyder, dead at 22

Matthew Snyder, the grandson of head football coach Bill Snyder and the son of assistant head coach Sean Snyder, was found dead Wednesday, according...

Life as a transgender woman of color: Lourdes Ashley Hunter

Lourdes Ashley Hunter spoke about the ways state-sanctioned violence occurs in the lives of trans women of color.

Call Hall Dairy Bar scoops vanilla, chocolate, purple pride and more

Vanilla, purple pride and chocolate ice cream top the Call Hall Dairy Bar's most-served list.

Deer breaks through glass door in McCain Auditorium

A wild deer broke into McCain Auditorium during a lecture Thursday night.

Student Services Fee provides more than students realize

The Students Services Fee gives students several benefits each semester.

Free course offers financial lessons and scholarships

Powercat Financial seeks to provide financial education to students by providing flexible classes with scholarships.

Kansas State service pups in training

Students in veterinary medicine recently began an 18-month journey training two KSDS puppies to be service dogs.

K-State CARE honors domestic violence awareness month

Events this month aim to bring awareness and support to victims of domestic violence.

BREAKING: Mike Dodson wins KS House of Representatives District 67

At 100% of the vote in, Mike Dodson (R) has won the Kansas House of Representatives seat over Kim Zito (D) with 53% of...

BREAKING: Schwab projected to win Secretary of State

Scott J. Schwab (R) is the projected winner at Secretary of State with 58% with 91% of the vote counted. Jeanna Repass (D) follows...

KSUPD Blotter: Mid-December Report

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.

Ogden woman arrested after allegedly shooting husband in the head

Bernice Farmer, 76, awaits trial for attempted second-degree murder.

A look ahead: 3 economic issues that will directly affect students in 2013

One of the main challenges college students face is having enough money to live a relatively comfortable life while still paying off student loans,...

Rising temperatures affect pets, decrease animal appetites

The summer heat has captured headlines all over the nation; the triple-digit temperatures have caused concerns for farming, droughts and even heat poisoning. Many...