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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.”
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.

Cybersecurity awareness training

Cole Bertelsen, copy chief April 4, 2024
Annual cybersecurity training delayed because of K-State cybersecurity incident in January.
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.
Grad Notes: Is grad school worth it?

Grad Notes: Is grad school worth it?

Paeton McCarty, staff writer March 28, 2024
Kansas State graduate student breaks down the mental and financial costs of graduate school.
Janiya Cato was elected chair of the Big 12 Council on Black Student Government at this years Big 12 Conference on Black Student Government. The event was held from Feb. 29 to March 2 at Iowa State. (Photo Courtesy of Janiya Cato)

K-State Black Student Union receives awards at Big 12 conference on Black Student Government

Victor Monterroza, staff writer March 21, 2024
BSU members from around the country gathered at Iowa State
Juniors Abby Collins and Abigail Marshall greet Wildcat fans at the K-State Proud table. K-State Proud is led by the K-State Student Foundation and raises money to help students continue their education.

K-State Proud Week: ‘You don’t have to have extreme connections or wealth to make an impact’

Kaitlynn Faber, arts and culture editor March 1, 2024
K-State Proud is collecting donations on campus to raise money for students in financial need.
New KSIS option available for students and staff

New KSIS option available for students and staff

Noah Berchman, staff writer February 23, 2024
KSIS introduced Fluid Course Search to become more mobile-device friendly.
In steer wrestling (pictured), the rodeo participant must jump from their horse down to the steer. They are timed on how long it takes to wrestle the steer to the ground on its side.

K-State Rodeo says so long to Weber Arena

Sophie Lenkiewicz, staff writer February 23, 2024
Weber Arena hosts its final rodeo, with the team ready to saddle up in the new arena.
Graduate student Marayam Kazemidemneh gives a demonstration of how her virtual reality-based lighting experiment works.

Ph.D. student researches nighttime safety in Manhattan: ‘I hope that in the future, we can have more human-friendly cities and streets’

Lexi Studebaker, staff writer February 2, 2024
Kansas State student begins a research study on the effect of light on women’s nighttime safety.

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.

Paige Vulgamore and Jack O’Malley campaign for student body president and vice president

Meredith McCalmon, news editor February 2, 2024
Candidates hope to enact change through voice, values and vision.
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