Transgender students, allies rally for solidarity, support on K-State campus

In a "K-State Family Call-In," the K-State Gender Collective and K-State Sexuality and Gender Alliance rallied on Bosco Student Plaza to support transgender and gender-nonconforming students.

K-State students and faculty participate in Women’s March on Topeka

Over 3,000 Kansans joined the worldwide protest and march for women's rights in Topeka.

USD 383 to vote on bond proposal for overcrowding, security issues

Citizens in the Manhattan-Ogden school district will vote on a nonpartisan $129,500,000 bond.

K-State exemption from concealed carry nears end amid controversy

Efforts to change the state law increase in the Kansas Legislature.

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

Laura Kelly elected as next Kansas governor.

Students, community members confront Sen. Moran on health care

Students and members of the community initiated an impromptu conversation with Sen. Moran during a surprise campus visit.

Presidential candidates battle in final debate before election

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

K-State rallies around DACA students

Several K-State officials offered resources and support for undocumented students after President Donald Trump announced the end of a protective executive policy.

Kansas lawmakers debate end to campus carry law

K-State students and faculty testified to the Senate committee hearing a bill to permanently exempt universities from the state concealed carry law.

Rep. Marshall hosts ‘one of the most vocal’ town halls in Manhattan

Rep. Roger Marshall, R-Kansas, hosted a town hall on the K-State campus Saturday morning and faced many "red card" signs of disapproval.

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.

Q&A: K-State graduate, Kansas House hopeful talks voting rights, civil liberties

Alex Van Dyke, recent Kansas State graduate in mechanical engineering, is running for the Kansas House of Representatives in the 67th district.

K-State students travel to D.C. for Trump’s inauguration

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.

Projected support of campus concealed carry law reveals sharply-divided state Legislature

As the Kansas Legislature prepares to address the campus concealed carry law, the fate of the temporary exemption for universities is up in the air.

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.

Plans to change Title IX legislation have unclear effect on K-State

Betsy DeVos announced her plan to change Title IX, but any legislative changes have yet to be implemented.

College Republicans split in vote over Trump, united in wanting country’s success

Three members of the College Republicans sat down with the Collegian to talk about the results of the election.

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.

2016 Projected Election Results

The 2016 election results were not official by the Collegian's deadline.

Gov. Jeff Colyer’s concealed carry policies unclear for college campuses

The governor's office laid out ambiguous comments concerning gun-related issues for college campuses, leaving local and state lawmakers unsure what might change under his leadership.