Cats’ Cupboard grows in popularity among students as fundraising day nears

The Cats' Cupboard food pantry has seen over 4,500 visits since opening in September 2017.

News briefs: March 13

Search warrant executed in Haymaker HallAs part of an ongoing investigation, Riley County Police officers carried out a search warrant at the room of...

Kansas legislators to visit campus

K-State to give legislators campus tour, immerse them in campus culture.

Bulletins

Career and Employment Services will sponsor the Graduate/Professional School Fair from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. today. For more information, go to www.k-state.edu/ces.Career and...

Playing world

Mike Wesch, associate professor of anthropology, had his class playing a world simulation Wednesday. At the beginning of the semester, the class divided into...

KSU gardens offer peaceful escape

Tucked away behind an iron gate on Denison Avenue, the well-manicured lawns of the K-State Gardens might go unnoticed by a passerby. Wander around...

Police director: Party rumors untrue

Rumors are abound on campus about a possible "police crackdown" on parties. One of the more popular rumors lately has been that the law...

Search warrant leads to arrest

A Manhattan man was arrested Wednesday as the result of an ongoing investigation into the distribution of crack cocaine and marijuana in the Manhattan...

Country Stampede

Editor's Note: This is the third installment of the 8 Wonders of Manhattan running in the Collegian over the summer. A new wonder will...

SGA discusses veterans’ center

The Student Senate chamber was unusually crowded Thursday night, due to a big funding issue. About 30 members of the K-State military veterans group...

Bulletin Board

K-State blood drive will take place from 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. April 16-19 on the second floor of the K-State Student Union; from...

K-State lab researches effects of H1N1 virus

The K-State Veterinary Diagnostic Lab is not just an elaborate classroom in which students learn, it is a research facility with dedicated workers whose...

Campus and city briefs

North Manhattan Avenue construction to change traffic flow starting Thursday, College of Veterinary Medicine establishes new center to combat vector-borne diseases, investigation of trench collapse results in revocation of City employees' certification

TFSC votes to accept review of College of Business Administration’s $65 surcharge fee

For the third week, the Tuition and Fees Strategies Committee met to review the per-credit-hour surcharge for the College of Business Administration which is $65.

Student to student: New library service brings peers to the research process

Peer Research Consultations offers students the opportunity to get research help from someone who has been in their shoes before: another student.

Manhattan area briefs for Jan. 24

Single vehicle crash claims life of Fort Riley soldierThe Kansas Highway Patrol reported that Calvin Michalak, a soldier stationed at Fort Riley, was killed...

K-State holds 3-2 record against Texas since Big 12 started

The "Wildcat Archives" series will take a look back at a different K-Stater every week who was part of an important time in ...

K-State dean named new president of Roosevelt University

Ali Malekzadeh will leave K-State in July to take over as president of Roosevelt University.

SGA to review Union funding stucture

Student Senate introduced a bill that will create a special committee to review the K-State Student Union's funding structure at the Student Governing Association's...

Distant success

When K-State has the three-point shots falling, the Wildcats can accomplish great things. The best evidence of this came Jan. 30 when the Wildcats (18-9,...
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