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While working at the front desk of Goodnow Hall, two Resident Assistants converse. Goodnow Hall is one dorm option for on-campus living.
International students discuss housing challenges over academic breaks
Kendra Kemp and Lauryn Betts April 11, 2024
Students staying in dorms during breaks must pay fees and provide their own meals.
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Athletic Director Gene Taylor poses with mens basketball head coach Jerome Tang at his introductory press conference on March 23, 2022. In Tangs two years after being hired by Taylor he has won coach on the year, received an extension and stayed at Kansas State after reported interest from Arkansas. (Archive photo by Benjamin Voller | Collegian Media Group)
Toby’s Take: Grab the chisel, Gene Taylor has earned his statue
Toby Hammes, staff writer • April 11, 2024
Athletic director Gene Taylor earned a tribute in Manhattan that stands the test of time.
Second baseman Brady Day runs out of the batters box after a hit against Wichita State. Day went 3-4 on the night as K-State took down the Shockers 6-3.
Know Your Opponent: Similar Wildcats and Sooners battle one last time
Luke Lazarczyk, sports editor • April 11, 2024
Strong offenses in K-State and Oklahoma go head-to-head for three-game series.
Twins Eugene and Jaimie Omalla warm up prior to practice. The brothers, who hail from Uganda, make up part of K-States record breaking 4x400 relay team.
Several K-State track and field athletes train for Olympics
Cole Deutschendorf, page design chief • April 11, 2024
Wildcat throwers and sprinters prepare for the chance to represent their countries in the Olympics.
Walk with the Wildcats: A virtual reality tour of Tointon Family Stadium
Gwyneth Davidson, Elizabeth Sandstrom, and Kat Artiles April 11, 2024
Take an exclusive look inside where the K-State Baseball team practices and plays and learn about the history of Tointon Family Stadium 
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A mascot mark Willie with a prong fork of steak sits outside Weber Hall Fridays for the weekly meat sale.
KSU’s Meat Lab: Meat ya there
Emma Lazarczyk, asst. marketing and pr manager • April 12, 2024
This is the prime time to get involved in the meat industry through KSU’s Meat Lab.
Emmett Spaws Three Shot was produced during a comedy crawl. (Photo courtesy of Emmett Spaw)
Original play by K-State student produced in Kentucky
Libby Zuck, asst. arts and culture editor • April 12, 2024
Emmett Spaw’s play “Three Shot” was produced during a “comedy crawl.”
REVIEW: ‘Invincible’
REVIEW: ‘Invincible’
Cole Bertelsen, copy chief • April 12, 2024
Representing Tri Delta, Kayla Albold performs a dance during the talent portion of the competition. Fraternity Delta Upsilon hosted the 2024 Miss K-State competition on April 9.
Miss K-State competition crowns 2024 winner
Libby Zuck, asst. arts and culture editor • April 11, 2024
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Voting toward change: Kansans' call to vote 'none' on March 19 DNC Primary
Nick McKee-Rist, staff writer • March 18, 2024
Why you should vote "none" on the DNC primary ballot rather than President Biden.
Scrutinizing SGA’s proposal: Should student senators be compensated?
Nick McKee-Rist, staff writer • March 1, 2024
SGA’s proposed bill pulls $72,900 from its debt reduction and emergency allocation account to give to itself for senator incentives.
Potholes to progress: Navigating Manhattan's road to smoother transit
Nick Mckee-Rist, staff writer • February 22, 2024
Why Manhattan's roads need help, and how to solve these challenges for the future.
Letter to the Editor: K-State Athletics’ ties to Athletes for Israel disrespects international students
Nick Mckee-Rist, graduate in civil engineering • February 2, 2024
Nick McKee-Rist, K-State Young Democratic Socialists of America co-chair and graduate student in civil engineering, criticizes K-State Athletics association for ties with Athletes for Israel.
Walk with the Wildcats: A virtual reality tour of Tointon Family Stadium
Gwyneth Davidson, Elizabeth Sandstrom, and Kat Artiles April 11, 2024
Take an exclusive look inside where the K-State Baseball team practices and plays and learn about the history of Tointon Family Stadium 
The west side of Ahearn Field House, located on Denison Avenue and College Heights Road, has been gradually torn down since September 2023. The area will become a green space, but its use moving forward is still up in the air. (Photo courtesy of Dawson Wagner)
Ahearn Field House construction underway
Cole Deutschendorf, page design chief • March 28, 2024
Started in September 2003, the west part of Ahearn has been torn down as part of a backlog of university maintenance.
(Photo courtesy of Andrew Smith | Channel 8 News)
Vulgamore and O'Malley win SGA election
Cole Deutschendorf, page design chief • February 23, 2024
Vulgamore and O’Malley win student body president and vice president race.
Third baseman Jason Parsons starts running after bunting the ball. Parsons had one hit in three at-bats as the Wildcats fell to the Longhorns 6-3 Saturday, giving Texas the series win 2-1.
Wildcats drop final series game to Longhorns
Trey Thomas, staff writer • March 31, 2024
K-State drops two straight after dominant Game 1 vs. Texas.
Left fielder Chuck Ingram claps after safely landing on third base. Ingram had three runs and three RBI on three hits in the blowout 16-5 Wildcat win over South Dakota State.
Baseball dominates in ballgame against South Dakota State 
Trey Thomas, staff writer • March 13, 2024
Chuck Ingram racks up 3 RBI and a home run in blowout win.
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