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.

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.

Marshall seeks to fix issues as a non-traditional politician running to represent the 1st...

A current ob-gyn who has delivered 5,000 babies likes to "fix things" and is now seeking to make fixes in Washington, D.C.

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.

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.

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.

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

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

Horst says her vision requires incumbency on the State Board of Education

Deena Horst is running for reelection to represent the 6th district of Kansas on the State Board of Education.

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 alum Ed O’Malley launches campaign for governor

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

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.

Bollier emphasizes strength of young voters, students’ role in the election

Senate candidate Barbara Bollier said young people can decide the result of the election in her Manhattan "Lawn Chair Chat" on Thursday.

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.

NAFTA renegotiations may negatively affect farmers

Kansas farmers could be affected by NAFTA changes.

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.

Safe and affordable housing contentious topic at SGA, City Commission town hall

SGA and the Manhattan City Commission came together to address policy regarding safe and affordable rental housing in joint town hall meeting.

Presidential candidates battle in final debate before election

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

Candidate promises to stand up to Legislature, work with both parties

Aaron Estabrook, a member of the Manhattan-Ogden board of education, is running for the state board of education.

District 64 Incumbent Suzi Carlson leads in Riley County preliminary results

All precincts in Riley County are reporting.

K-State students express thoughts, feelings toward President Trump

Students at Kansas State express their thoughts and feelings toward President Trump after the official transfer of presidential power.
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