K-State student forced to drop classes due to Trump travel ban
Farzaneh Ziaee can't return to Manhattan, Kansas, for her physics classes because of President Trump's executive order.
Snyder runs for president: ‘Opportunity for the greatest turnaround in American political history’
Bill Snyder announced his candidacy for the Republican nomination for president.
Ag policy expert, K-State professor grades Trump administration
Barry Flinchbaugh, agricultural economics professor and a leading agricultural economics expert for more than 50 years, was the 14th speaker of Food for Thought's 14th Upson Lecture Series.
What’s on the ballot: Candidates and issues for Riley County voters
When fulfilling one's civic duty, it's important to be an informed voter. Here's what's on the ballot in Riley County.
Update: Students no longer banned from Statehouse after unfurling sign with bloody hands for...
These K-State students hung banners with bloody hands" in the Capitol. They're now banned from it.
Students react: Kansas one of four states cancelling Republican caucuses, primaries
The decision is not atypical when the sitting president is running as a candidate for the party.
Students share first-time voting experiences
This year's election provided many Kansas State students with the chance to vote in a presidential election for the first time.
College Republicans voice mask mandate concerns
Students voice concerns about university mask mandates.
“Trump Up”: K-State students head to Topeka for Trump’s visit Saturday
K-State students head to Topeka to support, protest Trump's visit
K-State students gather at Bosco Plaza in protest of Turning Point USA event
Members of the K-State community gathered in Bosco Student Plaza before marching to Anderson Hall in protest of Thursday night's Turning Point USA event.
‘Value Them Both’ amendment rejected, primary ballot results
Alongside retaining abortion rights in Kansas’ constitution, the ballot determined Republican and Democratic candidates for the 2022 general election.
As Gov. Kelly halts evictions until May, Renters Together MHK advocates for helping residents...
The organization's petition does not specify a cutoff date for the eviction moratorium, as it is uncertain how long these disruptions will last.
What to expect when concealed carry comes to K-State
The six-month-old Texas concealed campus carry law may offer a glimpse of Kansas’ new statute.
2016 Candidate Election Guide
Know the candidates before you cast your vote.
Three K-State students detained at capitol building name three statehouse authorities in lawsuit
In a case filed by the ACLU, the three K-State students detained at the capitol for unfurling banners in support of Medicaid expansion sue three authorities.
Q&A: Independent candidate for Kansas governor Greg Orman discusses student issues, policy, Brownback
Greg Orman, Independent candidate for Kansas governor, sat down with the Collegian to answer questions on students, policy and other aspects of his candidacy.
48 votes separate Ayres, Mindrup in SGA presidential primary elections
Jack Ayres and Matt Mindrup won the primary election and will be moving on to the general election.
Minority groups hang on to hope after presidential election
Minority groups may face extra challenges under Trump's presidency, but these groups, with the support of others, hold on to what they believe America truly stands for.
Q&A: Secretary of State Kris Kobach talks campaign for governor, pro-life culture, the Jeep
In a brief conversation, Kobach discussed his campaign platforms, strategy and his name in the news.
Q&A: Rep. Roger Marshall talks agriculture, education, trade, partisanship
The Collegian news staff sat down for a conversation with congressman Roger Marshall.