Traditionally red Kansas swings blue as state elects Kelly as next governor

Laura Kelly elected as next Kansas governor.

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.

‘People still want truth,’ Desert Storm colonel says of news consumers

Col. Chip Bircher is a former army information operations leader.

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.

Presidential candidates battle in final debate before election

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump face off in the final presidential debate.

UPDATE: Kansas House rejects campus carry debate

A Tuesday vote to debate a firearm bill might trigger a scramble to limit concealed carry on college campuses before the summer implementation.

How to get out the vote

[A guide to participating in one of the highest civic duties in America: voting.]

K-State alum Ed O’Malley launches campaign for governor

Ed O'Malley continued his gubernatorial campaign's announcement tour at Varsity Donuts on Tuesday.

Planting the seed: 2018 Farm Bill starts with farmers at K-State

The first hearing of the 2018 Farm Bill was held at K-State, where 18 producers and professionals in the industry delivered testimonies to Sen. Pat Roberts about the current Farm Bill and the struggles the next version of the bill should address.

Election Day 2018: Who is on your ballot?

Midterm elections are here and your vote matters in choosing our federal, state and local leaders.

Renters Together MHK group meets to discuss strategies for legislating safer housing

Members of Renters Together MHK met Tuesday to discuss strategies for being heard within the community regarding safer, more affordable housing.

As voting gets underway, Riley County institutes in-person election precautions

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.

Young Democrats, College Republicans debate tax, healthcare, police reform

Clubs representing the Democratic and Republican parties battled it out in a debate on tax reform, healthcare and police reform.

Sen. Pat Roberts reflects on time with K-State after announcing retirement

A 1958 K-State alumnus, U.S. Senator Pat Roberts often returned to his alma mater to help however he could. Here are the memories he shared with the Collegian.

First-time voters prepare to mark their ballots in the general election

"It is my first time," Jessica Shriver, junior in communications, said. "It's honestly something that is really cool, and we are so privileged to think of it as just a right in America.”

College Republicans voice mask mandate concerns

Students voice concerns about university mask mandates.

US Senate Committee on Agriculture to hear from agriculture professionals in Farm Bill hearing...

U.S. Senators will be in McCain Auditorium Thursday at a hearing on the upcoming reauthorization of the 2018 Farm Bill.

Stanford professor speaks about political parties, foreign policy

Kenneth Schultz, the latest speaker for the Provost Distinguished Lecture Series, spoke about political matters.

2016 Election Drinking Game

Needing a guide to how often you should take a shot?

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.
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