Global Climate Change Forum Opens Up New Ideas

The K-State Research and Extension Annual Conference offered its first-ever public session Tuesday. The session focused on global climate change and actions and policies...

Students march, sing hymns in support of Trayvon Martin

Regardless of race, background, language or hometown, a group of about 40 K-State students and supporters came together on Monday night to march across...

Three wildcats named to All-Big 12 preseason team

The All-Big 12 preseason team was released on last Wednesday, and three of K-State's players were named to it: senior linebacker Arthur Brown, senior...

Golfer links skills to family support, guidance

Tyler Scott | Collegian Young athletes have goals, influences, and abilities. Freshman golfer Curtis Yonke is no different as he is on the...

Manhattan man with Homeland Security warrant arrested

The 26-year-old was arrested on Saturday evening.

Unfailing texture deems waffle fry America’s best

One cannot take the particulars of potatoes too seriously. To establish a hierarchy is necessary; to crown the waffle variety king of that hierarchy is...

Powercat Profile: Jake Waters

Transfer quarterback looks to take his game to new level in Wildcat purple.

Amber alert lifted, suspect in custody

An Amber Alert case from Wednesday for Tara Renee Simhiser, 17, has resulted in an arrest and Simhiser's placement in protective custody, according to...

Wheeler leads women’s bench effort in win over Missouri

COLUMBIA, Mo. - Junior forward Marlies Gipson didn't have her normal offensive production Sunday. Luckily for K-State, players like senior forward Shana Wheeler stepped...

News brief

Three K-State students win national STEM fellowship; Discover Center recognizes former Kansas senator as 'Friend of Flint Hills.'

Pot Head

Editor's Note: The Collegian changed the name of an individual interviewed for this article in order to protect his identity. Newsflash: a lot of college...

Vanity brings a diverse style to Manhattan Town Center

By Sheila Ellis Kansas State Collegian Adding more variety to juniors' apparel at Manhattan Town Center, the clothing store Vanity could open as...

Campus financial service celebrates 5th anniversary

Powercat Financial Counseling held a celebration of its anniversary in the K-State Student Union's Courtyard

Diversity is acknowledging

Diversity has become a hot topic among many college campuses and throughout the nation. Diversity is a word that - even because of its...

After messy SGA elections, students aim to clear up regulations for the future

K-State's SGA is mulling over changes to election regulations after a second consecutive election season steeped in controversy.

Breaking the Rules

The Manhattan Experimental Theater Workshop will perform this weekend at Manhattan Arts Center. After five weeks of rehearsals, the group, composed of 17 high...

Parody film just like others

A word to the wise: Don't "Meet the Spartans." The entertainment industry is already over-saturated with spoofs. It's already bad enough that we have to...

Gardening away guilt: PAWS event gives stressed students a ‘brain break’

Wildcats learn about the link between fighting depression and horticulture therapy in Gardening Away Guilt event.

Confrontation leads to Clay Center man’s death

A confrontation between a pest exterminator and a home owner in Leonardville, Kan., became fatal for one of the men last week. Police reported that...

Current issues change image of Black History month

Over the years, people have celebrated Black History month by learning about contributions made by blacks and commemorating black leaders. However, the K-State Black...