College of Business Administration launches new major

    K-State students will soon have a new option when choosing a major. The College of Business Administration will begin offering a major in...

Campus police activity: Nov. 12-18

With a home game came more policy activity on Saturday.

Jurich Lecture examines power balance in gender roles

Carmen Knudson-Martin educated students on power balance and equality in intimate relationships.

Make Valentine’s movie night memorable with ‘uncommon’ romance

Make your Valentine's Day movie night special this year. Don't rent those sappy chick flicks where one of the characters is suffering from cancer,...

Blotter 10-13-09

SATURDAYThomas Robert Shannon Booth, 605 Leavenworth St., was arrested at 10:35 a.m. for two counts of probation violation. Bond was set at $5,000. Julie...

K-State celebrates 146 years of history

Bluemont Central College was chartered in 1858 as "an agricultural department, with separate professors, to test soils, experiment in the raising of crops, the...

Split Lip Rayfield to perform at Wareham

Split Lip Rayfield, a bluegrass metal band originally from Kansas, will perform in Manhattan at the Wareham Opera House at 410 Poyntz Ave. today...

Swing and a miss: Women’s golf looks to regain form in Vegas

The Wildcats' spring season got off to a rough start when they finished in fifteenth place with a 99-over par 963 at the Central...

Changes to FAFSA to create fewer complications for students

    The Free Application for Federal Student Aid has long been an intimidating form to complete for students. However, there are plans to simplify...

Pharrell to donate up to 50,000 books for children in need

NEW YORK (AP) — Pharrell Williams has launched a "Happy" campaign for young readers.The singer has partnered with FirstBook, a nonprofit literacy organization, to...

Bulletin Board

K-State Student Ambassador descriptions and applications are now available at the front desk of the K-State Alumni Center. Applications also can be completed or...

Scouting report

STRENGTHS Quarterback: When Robert Griffin III went down with a season-ending knee injury last season, the identity of Baylor's offense totally changed. With Griffin back...

Campus skateboarders practice at local parks around Manhattan

When walking on campus, it is a common occurrence to see someone fly past on a skateboard on their way to class. Skateboarding is...

4 miles of tunnels lie below most of campus; 1908 cave-in kills man

I have heard that there are tunnels on campus. Is that true? A system of tunnels, which lies several feet under campus and extends out...

K-State Collegian’s News Buzz 12-7-09

http://www.youtube.com/v/DG27-ksBns8&hl=en_US&fs=1&The Buzz will cover national and international news, pop culture, and a bit of the wild stories everyone is talking about. If there is...

K-State drops two games to Roadrunners

The Wildcat baseball team had its three-game winning streak snapped in San Antonio, Texas - losing twice in as many days to UT-San Antonio. Both...

Scoring first-row seats at Bramlage a victory in itself

In a strange twist of fate, K-State's men's Basketball program is doing exceptionally well this year, yet the student section is unruly, restless, and...

Wildcats miss opportunities in loss to Longhorns

Over 3,000 volleyball fans packed into Ahearn Field House Saturday night to support their No.14 K-State Wildcats as they took on the No. 9 University...

Soldiers prepare for Operation New Dawn

Iraq has been a hot-button political issue and an undeniable drain on American finances, morale and lives. U.S. involvement is now drawing to a...

Blotter

Monday, Feb. 12Linnie Sanders Jr., Ogden, Kan., at 12:23 p.m. for probation violation. Bond was $500.Suzanne Renee McKinney, Junction City, at 2:18 p.m. for...