Slumping economy stimulates student enrollment

College residence halls overflowing into local hotels, crowded sidewalks across campus and longer lines for exercise machines at Peters Recreation Complex. The impression that...

Landon Lecture, student response excellent

This column is a forum to provoke thought and encourage feedback. However, this week I would like to share my experience of meeting a...

Early daylight-saving time causes technological, scheduling anxieties

Daylight-saving time will go into effect at 2 a.m. Sunday, three weeks earlier than normal. The Energy Policy Act of 2005 mandated the date change....

More voters remain independent in Kansas for Tuesday elections

Campaign efforts are coming to an end with only a few days until Tuesday's election, and voters have much to consider before Election Day...

Freedom of press necessary to monitor government officials

The last couple of months have been a whirlwind for the national media. From Anthony Weiner's sexting, to the atrocities revealed during the...

Comedy Central star to perform for HIV awareness week

    Comedy Central comedian Jade Esteban Estrada will perform "A Lullaby for Ryan: The History of HIV/AIDS in America" at 7 p.m. in the...

Task force may be formed to analyze survey

Student Senate will review its first bill of the new term tonight at the senate meeting. Bill 10/11/01 is aimed at creating a focus...

The Planner

The K-State Challenge Course is offering a High Ropes Challenge on April 27 at 4 p.m. Wildcat Watch TV will be filming this event,...

Bulletins 11/11

Recreational Services is sponsoring a coat drive today through Nov. 21 as a National Recycling Day service project. If you have an extra coat...

A racist says what?

I always wondered how the United States would move past its racist history. After all, a country that says "all men are created equal"...

Sara Evans to come perform at K-Stateconcert

Country singer Sara Evans will be at Bramlage Coliseum at 8 p.m. Saturday for the Changing Lives Campaign thank-you concert. Julie Lea, KSU Foundation vice...

Bulletins

Wildcats for P.A.W. will celebrate the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals' 142nd anniversary. The celebration will from 10 a.m. to...

‘Mylos Xyloto’ offers optimistic, uplifting listening experience

The subtle chords rattle your ears while soft bells signal the opening of a new story like birds chirping on the dawn of a...

Housing Authority discusses funds

The Manhattan Housing Authority met on Wednesday to discuss the new housing funds they have received and will be using to delegate to homes...

Legislature quickly passes funeral-picket bill

Gov. Kathleen Sebelius signed a bill Thursday that regulates distances and time periods of protesting outside of funerals - again.A similar bill, which had...

Hit-and-run accidents, April Fools addressed

Friday's To The Point column features the editorial board's favorite and least favorite Fourum comments throughout the week. The board members will state their...

Senators-elect to take seats tonight; outgoing senators to be honored

Students who won Student Senate elections will be sworn in tonight at the weekly Student Governing Association meeting. The annual event is called turnover, and...

County health board treats all comers

Workers at the Riley County-Manhattan Health Department have committed themselves to offering K-State students and Manhattan residents health services at a cheaper price than...

Wildcats fall to Aggies in weekend showdown

While pitching might have been K-State's theme last weekend, it certainly wasn't this weekend against Texas A&M in College Station, Texas. The Aggies swept...

The BLOTTER | ARRESTS IN RILEY COUNTY

The Collegian takes reports directly from the Riley County Police Department. Wheel locks or minor traffic violations are not listed because of space constraints....