This year's election provided many Kansas State students with the chance to vote in a presidential election for the first time.
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.
The Collegian news staff sat down for a conversation with congressman Roger Marshall.
Alongside retaining abortion rights in Kansas’ constitution, the ballot determined Republican and Democratic candidates for the 2022 general election.
Farzaneh Ziaee can't return to Manhattan, Kansas, for her physics classes because of President Trump's executive order.
The decision is not atypical when the sitting president is running as a candidate for the party.
The organization's petition does not specify a cutoff date for the eviction moratorium, as it is uncertain how long these disruptions will last.
When fulfilling one's civic duty, it's important to be an informed voter. Here's what's on the ballot in Riley County.
This election year, an influx of mail-in ballots is expected as many Kansas counties saw an increase in requests because of the pandemic.
The AP called the race in favor of Rep. Roger Marshall with over 70 percent of precincts reporting.
Students voice concerns about university mask mandates.
Clubs representing the Democratic and Republican parties battled it out in a debate on tax reform, healthcare and police reform.
Senate candidate Barbara Bollier said young people can decide the result of the election in her Manhattan "Lawn Chair Chat" on Thursday.
With election season approaching, the Riley County Health Department and County Clerk's office have worked to ensure the safety of residents planning to vote in-person on Nov. 3.
All precincts in Riley County are reporting.
Mark Hutton, candidate for the Kansas governor, met with the College Republicans at Kansas State.
After waiting in lines for hours, thousands of Trump and Kobach supporters rallied at the Kansas Expocentre in Topeka just weeks before the general election.
Citizens in the Manhattan-Ogden school district will vote on a nonpartisan $129,500,000 bond.
These K-State students hung banners with bloody hands" in the Capitol. They're now banned from it.
Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate Dr. Barbara Bollier said she grew up a "moderate Republican," but found herself at odds with the Republican party through her career.