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A Pro-Palestine protester wears a mask with Free Palestine displayed. The K-State Young Democratic Socialists of America club held a protest demanding K-State to divest from Israel.
Protesters march for K-State divestment from Israel
Kaitlynn Faber, arts and culture editor • May 3, 2024
The protest asks the university to uphold “transparency, ethical investment and academic responsibility” amid the Israel-Hamas war.
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Reliever JJ Slack celebrates after setting down a BYU batter in the series opener on May 16. The Wildcats set a program-record 21 strikeouts in the victory.
Walk-off and strikeout record highlight series victory over BYU
Toby Hammes, sports editor • May 19, 2024
Baseball’s regular season finished with a 2-1 series victory against BYU.
Transfer forward Achor Achor poses during his visit to Manhattan. Achor became the Wildcats second commit on May 16 and seventh overall for the 2024-25 season. (Photo courtesy of K-State Athletics)
Coveted transfer Achor Achor commits to K-State
Toby Hammes, sports editor • May 16, 2024
Wildcats strike big in their latest portal addition.
Head Coach Jerome Tang claps for his players after taking the lead. The Wildcats beat the West Virginia Mountaineers 94-90 Feb. 26 in Bramlage Coliseum.
K-State adds JUCO prospect Chimobi Ikegwuruka
Toby Hammes, sports editor • May 16, 2024
Wildcats return to JUCO recruits for the first time since Nae’Qwan Tomlin’s signing.
Closing pitcher Tyson Neighbors pitches the final inning allowing no runs, securing the win for the Wildcats. K-State won against KU 4-2 May 5 at Tointon Family Stadium. This win, combined with the win from Friday, led to the series win of the Sunflower Showdown for the Wildcats.
Baseball drops series at West Virginia
Toby Hammes, sports editor • May 12, 2024
K-State unable to capitalize on Friday's victory.
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REVIEW: ‘X-Men ‘97’
REVIEW: ‘X-Men ‘97’
Riley Scott, graphic design chief • May 24, 2024
“X-Men ‘97” brings decades of X-Men history together for a beautiful continuation of a ‘90s staple.
A Pro-Palestine protester wears a mask with Free Palestine displayed. The K-State Young Democratic Socialists of America club held a protest demanding K-State to divest from Israel.
Protesters march for K-State divestment from Israel
Kaitlynn Faber, arts and culture editor • May 3, 2024
The protest asks the university to uphold “transparency, ethical investment and academic responsibility” amid the Israel-Hamas war.
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REVIEW: ‘X-Men ‘97’
REVIEW: ‘X-Men ‘97’
Riley Scott, graphic design chief • May 24, 2024
“X-Men ‘97” brings decades of X-Men history together for a beautiful continuation of a ‘90s staple.
Letters from Libby: How a balanced schedule can benefit you going into this summer
Letters from Libby: How a balanced schedule can benefit you going into this summer
Libby Zuck, asst. arts and culture editor • May 2, 2024
Recurring advice to K-State students from the assistant arts & culture editor.
Letter to the Editor: College is short — do the most with it and appreciate it
Carter Schaffer, former editor-in-chief • May 2, 2024
Departing EIC Carter Schaffer’s final words of advice and gratitude for the university and the Collegian.
Letters from Libby: Getting the most out of your experiences in the final stretch of the semester
Letters from Libby: Getting the most out of your experiences in the final stretch of the semester
Libby Zuck, asst. arts and culture editor • April 25, 2024
Recurring advice to K-State students from the assistant arts & culture editor.
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.
A Pro-Palestine protester wears a mask with Free Palestine displayed. The K-State Young Democratic Socialists of America club held a protest demanding K-State to divest from Israel.
Protesters march for K-State divestment from Israel
Kaitlynn Faber, arts and culture editor • May 3, 2024
The protest asks the university to uphold “transparency, ethical investment and academic responsibility” amid the Israel-Hamas war.
Yung Gravy put his cowboy hat back on as he sang three unreleased songs from his new country album. Yung Gravy performed at Bramlage Coliseum on April 11.
The Gravy Train arrives at Bramlage Coliseum
Alexis Forgy, staff photographer • April 16, 2024
Yung Gravy's concert antics included throwing cereal, spraying water and singing a few songs off an unreleased country project.
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