"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.
These K-State students hung banners with bloody hands" in the Capitol. They're now banned from it.
Members of Renters Together MHK met Tuesday to discuss strategies for being heard within the community regarding safer, more affordable housing.
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Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton met on the debate stage for the second time this election.
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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.
Sue Peterson, Kansas State director of governmental relations, discussed a number of bills currently in the Legislature that affect K-State.
Having faced obstacles in committee, Kansas Democrats and moderate Republicans look at amending firearm bills on the House floor.
Kenneth Schultz, the latest speaker for the Provost Distinguished Lecture Series, spoke about political matters.
Q&A: Gubernatorial candidate Joshua Svaty discusses bipartisanship, Kansas economy, personal background
Gubernatorial candidate Joshua Svaty sat down to discuss promoting bipartisanship and improving the economy in the state of Kansas.
John R. Allen, president of the Brookings Institution think tank, spoke at K-State about digital media and the future of America as part of a lecture and luncheon Thursday.
Bill Snyder announced his candidacy for the Republican nomination for president.
Candidates running for local elected offices discussed the issues at a forum Sunday.
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.
Improvisational acting has a new twist on the elections.
Laura Kelly spoke to K-State students and the Manhattan community members with just two weeks left before the general election on Nov. 6.
The Collegian's Danielle Cook interviews people at the election watch party in the K-State Student Union on Tuesday.
Minority groups may face extra challenges under Trump's presidency, but these groups, with the support of others, hold on to what they believe America truly stands for.
Three members of the College Republicans sat down with the Collegian to talk about the results of the election.