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.

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

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

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.

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.

Mental health, staffing concerns focus of Lt. Gov. Colyer’s meeting with Pawnee

As part of a listening tour, Jeff Colyer visited Pawnee Mental Health Services in Manhattan.

Teenage gubernatorial candidate visits K-State College Republicans

Dominic Scavuzzo sat down with the College Republicans to talk politics in Kansas.

NAFTA renegotiations may negatively affect farmers

Kansas farmers could be affected by NAFTA changes.

Democratic gubernatorial candidate visits campus

The Students for Environment Action held a forum Tuesday night to talk with Democratic gubernatorial candidate Joshua Svaty.

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.

Gubernatorial candidate meets with College Republicans at K-State

Dr. Jim Barnett, practicing physician and candidate for Kansas governor, visited with students Monday.

Stanford professor speaks about political parties, foreign policy

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

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.

Kansas gubernatorial candidate visits students

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

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.

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.

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 concealed carry license applications hit record low

Fiscal year 2017 saw a record low number of new concealed carry licenses, and only 25.3 percent of license holders filed renewal requests in the past year.

Estes wins congressional seat in hard-fought election

Republicans staged last-minute efforts to elect Ron Estes after Democrat James Thompson threatened the traditionally Republican Congressional seat.

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.

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.