Alongside retaining abortion rights in Kansas’ constitution, the ballot determined Republican and Democratic candidates for the 2022 general election.
Know the candidates before you cast your vote.
The Collegian news staff sat down for a conversation with congressman Roger Marshall.
When fulfilling one's civic duty, it's important to be an informed voter. Here's what's on the ballot in Riley County.
Improvisational acting has a new twist on the elections.
Students voice concerns about university mask mandates.
Over 3,000 Kansans joined the worldwide protest and march for women's rights in Topeka.
Several K-State officials offered resources and support for undocumented students after President Donald Trump announced the end of a protective executive policy.
The organization's petition does not specify a cutoff date for the eviction moratorium, as it is uncertain how long these disruptions will last.
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The Manhattan Alliance for Peace and Justice sponsored an event to provide a safe space after Trump's inauguration.
Farzaneh Ziaee can't return to Manhattan, Kansas, for her physics classes because of President Trump's executive order.
Col. Chip Bircher is a former army information operations leader.
Deena Horst is running for reelection to represent the 6th district of Kansas on the State Board of Education.
This year's election provided many Kansas State students with the chance to vote in a presidential election for the first time.
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.
Several Kansas State students traveled 1,048 miles to Washington D.C. to witness Donald Trump get sworn in as the 45th president of the U.S.
Sue Peterson, Kansas State director of governmental relations, discussed a number of bills currently in the Legislature that affect K-State.
A Tuesday vote to debate a firearm bill might trigger a scramble to limit concealed carry on college campuses before the summer implementation.
In a brief conversation, Kobach discussed his campaign platforms, strategy and his name in the news.