Q&A: Rep. Roger Marshall talks agriculture, education, trade, partisanship

The Collegian news staff sat down for a conversation with congressman Roger Marshall.

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.

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.

Kansas gubernatorial candidate visits students

Mark Hutton, candidate for the Kansas governor, met with the College Republicans at Kansas State.

NAFTA renegotiations may negatively affect farmers

Kansas farmers could be affected by NAFTA changes.

Q&A: Representative Carlin discusses being a Democrat in Kansas, importance of education

"I’m not going to put my name on it where someone can say ‘That’s a Democrat, I won’t put that bill in,’" Carlin said.

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.

Q&A: Secretary of State talks education, his role with Collegian editors

Following his Landon Lecture, secretary of state Mike Pompeo sat down with two Collegian editors. Here's that conversation.

Dividing lines: 2 student opinions on presidential impeachment inquiry

Students have varying thoughts on Democrats' inquiry into President Donald Trump.

Influx of mail-in ballots could lead to delay between Election Day and final results

As Lenny Kravitz said, "It ain't over 'til it's over." With Nov. 6 as the last day for mail-in ballots to be received and counted, vote totals could fluctuate for days after Election Day.

Mail-in ballot requests spike in Riley County, other Kansas counties

This election year, an influx of mail-in ballots is expected as many Kansas counties saw an increase in requests because of the pandemic.

Rep. Roger Marshall wins Sen. Pat Roberts seat in U.S. Senate

The AP called the race in favor of Rep. Roger Marshall with over 70 percent of precincts reporting.

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.

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.

“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

Nationally renowned voting advocate encourages students to participate in politics

With the midterm elections fast approaching, Carolyn Dewitt, president and executive director of Rock the Vote, encouraged students to participate in politics.

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.

Voting by mail: Deadline approaches to request mail-in ballots

In such a contentious election year, every vote counts. Follow these guidelines when sending in your ballot to ensure a stress-free voting process.

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.

College Republicans volunteer, network at state GOP convention

The Kansas GOP Convention was held in Manhattan on Friday and Saturday.