K-State student experiences hellish night in Paris

How did the terrorist attacks on Paris affect K-State students in the country?

Christopher West presents connection between God, sex

Best-selling author Christopher West discusses his ideology about sex and how it relates to God.

Rock climbing competition held at Rec Center

A rock-climbing competition was held at the Rec center Saturday.

Leadership class takes initiative with Canvas of Diversity campaign

Leadership class talks about diversity and inclusiveness with the Canvas of Diversity campaign and the Cats for Inclusion initiative.

Student Governing Association voting guide

The Collegian created a guide to help you vote for your SGA candidates.

K-State Governmental Relations provides update on concealed carry, state legislation

Sue Peterson, Kansas State director of governmental relations, discussed a number of bills currently in the Legislature that affect K-State.

Phishing scams compromise 367 K-State accounts in first 6 weeks of 2017

Phishing scams targeted at individuals connected to universities are affecting the K-State family.

Graduate student shares culture, food of Brazil at International Coffee Hour

K-State students and staff gathered Friday afternoon for a lecture about the cuisine, culture and geography of Brazil.

The Burrow, UPC host Harry Potter Dessert Theater

UPC hosted the fifth annual Harry Potter Dessert Theater on Friday evening.

Poize Hip Hop Dance Team hosts annual showcase

Forum Hall was filled with the sound of hip-hop and dancing on Wednesday.

Students learn to stress less at Kat Chat event

Students gathered to learn stress management at Tuesday's Kat Chat.

No butts: Smoking ban will be self-enforced

The K-State Police will likely be uninvolved in the implementation of the new smoking ban.

Wildcat Welcome event encourages networking, alumni involvement for current students

The K-State Alumni Association's Wildcat Welcome provides information for students interested in networking and involvement as an alumni.

Crafting melodies: Composition students share what music-making takes

Only seven students study music composition at K-State, a field of study that emphasizes the art of making music from scratch.

Los Angeles filmmaker returns to Manhattan to share films with his hometown

Dan Chen shared his experiences and inspiration Thursday night at a film screening held at the Beach Museum of Art.

Privilege Fee Committee recommends a decrease to Sports Clubs

Sports Clubs, a subset of the Travel Allocations Committee, has a reserve account of $57,328.

What’s working and what’s ‘evolving’ for the the fourth annual KSUnite

The Office of Diversity and Inclusion is taking steps to improve the KSUnite initiative in 2020.

With new Title IX rules, K-State looks to revise existing policies

Though currently in compliance, the university will need to revise existing Title IX policies "to align with the new regulatory requirements," vice president for communications and marketing Jeff Morris said via email.

Face coverings, social distancing required on campus this fall

Among other things, K-State will require students to wear masks in classes and limit capacity in shared spaces.

Mizzou president resigns

After a week of protest, University of Missouri system president Tim Wolfe steps down.