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Kansas State Collegian

Kansas State Collegian

The independent student news publication at Kansas State University

Kansas State Collegian

Guest speaker sparks debates over gender-affirming care on campus

Sophie Lenkiewicz and Adolfo Blanco Jr. April 18, 2024
Campus groups hold opposing events on transgender issues.
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.

City of Manhattan conducts annual Spring Cleanup

Noah Berchman, staff writer April 11, 2024
City cleanup crews picked up resident yard clippings April 1-5.
Riley County Health Department aims to destigmatize breastfeeding

Riley County Health Department aims to destigmatize breastfeeding

Mia Kingsley and Hayden Haas April 10, 2024
RCHD named “Breastfeeding Friendly Local Health Department” in March.
Students line up to get pizza at the dining center which is a part of the Derby dorms complex. It is open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. and offers a wide variety of food for students.

Increasing on-campus living costs leave students with housing decisions for coming academic year

Mia Kingsley, staff writer April 10, 2024
2024-25 school year sees 3% cost increase on double-room rates.
Manhattan prepares for solar eclipse

Manhattan prepares for solar eclipse

Meredith McCalmon, news editor April 4, 2024
Several organizations to hold viewing parties April 8.

Cybersecurity awareness training

Cole Bertelsen, copy chief April 4, 2024
Annual cybersecurity training delayed because of K-State cybersecurity incident in January.
City engineer Brian Johnson proposed a traffic light master plan to increase safety on Manhattan roads. This plan will improve communication between traffic signals.

Traffic light master plan proposed to city commission

Kyra Case, staff writer April 4, 2024
This new plan may take several years to implement.
Wildcat 91.9 chief operator and faculty advisor Ian Punnett poses with his Distinguished Service Award from the Kansas Association of Broadcasters. With the award on Oct. 22, Punnett entered the KAB Hall of Fame. (Photo courtesy of Wildcat 91.9)

A.Q. Miller School director position remains open

Sarah Conner and Jersey Johnson April 4, 2024
The search for a new director continues as late news and sports media head Ian Punnett's absense is felt
The College of Modern Languages encourages students to become bilingual to increase opportunities post-college. The college offers courses in languages such as Japanese, Spanish, German and more.

College of Modern Languages encourages students to become bilingual for workforce advantages

Sarah Conner, staff writer April 4, 2024
Increased job openings for bilingual employees promise benefits like increased salary.

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.
The annual Aggieville Egg Hunt is underway. Eggs are hidden in various businesses throughout Aggieville until March 29 and the prizes can be picked up at the Aggieville Business Association.

Donation-based Aggieville egg hunt highlights Manhattan businesses

Kyra Case, staff writer March 28, 2024
Fifty Easter eggs hidden across Aggieville incentivize winners to check out other businesses.
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