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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.
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.

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 Resonate)

Aca-believe it: Student a cappella group to perform after ‘Pitch Perfect’ screening at benefit concert

Amelia Likens, staff writer March 21, 2024
A cappella group “Resonate” to perform at Wareham Hall on March 24.
Seven students gather to discuss the book Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens at the first book club meeting at Hale Library. The first meeting took place on March 20.

Libraries Ambassadors’ Book Club: Hale Library’s newest novelty

Lexi Studebaker, staff writer March 21, 2024
K-State Libraries student ambassadors host Hale’s first book club meeting over “Where the Crawdads Sing” by Delia Cowens.

K-State to host third annual Social Media Week

Victor Monterroza, staff writer March 1, 2024
K-State Social Media Week has a series of in-person and virtual events March 4-8.

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.
K-State President Richard Linton speaks to an audience after his presidency was announced in 2021. Linton spoke at a town hall meeting Tuesday to discuss K-States plan to handle the recent cybersecurity incident. (Archive photo)

IT cybersecurity incident discussed during town hall meeting

Victor Monterroza, staff writer February 23, 2024
IT cybersecurity incident discussed during town hall meeting.
The Association of Residence Halls submitted a survey Monday for students to share their thoughts on whether dining halls should be open Sundays. (Archive photo)

Association of Residence Halls considers Derby Dining Center opening on Sundays

Kyra Case, staff writer February 23, 2024
Should the dining halls be open or closed on Sundays?
Isaiah Choma uses his student ID to get into Wefald Hall. The recent cybersecurity incident affected the times students can access Wefald without scanning their ID.

Cybersecurity incident affects residential halls

Victor Monterroza, staff writer January 26, 2024
Residential halls are experiencing issues in Wi-Fi, equipment checkout and the locking system as a result of the ongoing cybersecurity incident.
According to Abbigail: Top five campus resources

According to Abbigail: Top five campus resources

Abbigail Marshall, staff writer January 26, 2024
How to make the most out of K-State.
Kansas State canceled classes Tuesday after six 6-8 inches of snow fell. K-State Facilities worked to clear off the streets and sidewalks.

K-State canceled classes Tuesday, Jan. 16, marking third campus closure in two weeks

Meredith McCalmon and Kaitlynn Faber January 19, 2024
Division of Facilities worked overnight to ensure students would be safe on campus.
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