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The independent student news publication at Kansas State University

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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
“Invincible” delivers entertaining satire with a meaningful story.
Sud’s Y’r Duds Laundromat hosts Laundry Love 5:00-9:00p.m every Tuesday. Anyone is encouraged to attend and will receive up to 5 free loads of laundry with detergent and dryer sheets.

Suds for social change: Dignity, detergent and Laundry Love MHK

Kaitlynn Faber, arts and culture editor April 11, 2024
Local clean clothes initiative provides families with five free loads of laundry every month.
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
Delta Upsilon fraternity hosts 11th annual Miss K-State competition.
MHK Housing: Your place to find a place

MHK Housing: Your place to find a place

Gwen Davidson, marketing & pr manager April 4, 2024
As leases begin to expire, MHK Housing connects helps students find their college homes in the Little Apple.
Illustration by Riley Scott

Seventeen songs for spring

Amelia Likens, staff writer April 4, 2024
The semester is getting shorter, but that doesn’t mean your playlist should!
During the “Grand Drive in the ‘Ville” handlers will walk cows through the streets of Aggieville. (Archive photo by Ben Voller | Collegian Media Group)

Aggieville Showdown: Cattle are comin’ round to the ‘Ville

Lexi Studebaker, staff writer April 4, 2024
The annual “Grand Drive in the ‘Ville” brings hundreds of cattle into Manhattan this weekend.
The Campus Compass: Lafene Counseling and Psychological Services

The Campus Compass: Lafene Counseling and Psychological Services

Kaitlynn Faber, arts and culture editor April 4, 2024
The arts and culture editor’s weekly K-State campus resource guide.
Letters from Libby: Mental health matters

Letters from Libby: Mental health matters

Libby Zuck, asst. arts and culture editor April 4, 2024
Recurring letters and advice to K-State students from the assistant arts & culture editor.
Editors’ Picks: Songs of March

Editors’ Picks: Songs of March

The Collegian, edboard March 28, 2024
The Collegian Editorial Board members pick their favorite songs of the month.
Celebration and Advocacy: Transgender Day of Visibility

Celebration and Advocacy: Transgender Day of Visibility

Kaitlynn Faber, arts and culture editor March 28, 2024

On Nov. 28, 1998, Rita Hester, a singer and Black transgender woman, was murdered in her apartment at 21 Park Vale Ave. in Boston. Hester was misgendered and deadnamed by media covering the murder. The...

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