• Renovated union to be ‘family room’ for K-State

    After nearly six decades of operation, the K-State Student Union is starting to show its age. But in addition to some general wear and tear, union director Bill Smriga said the building is used in a much different way than .

  • Wefald Hall project embraces future of student housing

    After recognizing a shortage of space in its current facilities, Housing and Dining Services broke ground this summer on two new buildings. By fall 2016, a new residence hall and dining center will be ready to open their doors, ushering in .

  • Seaton Hall renovation project to bring modern design to oldest structure on campus

    Though K-State’s College of Architecture, Planning, and Design consistently ranks among the top ten programs in the nation, its facilities in Seaton Hall leave a lot to be desired, said Dean Tim de Noble. It’s been a problem .

  • Welcome Center to address stadium’s maintenance issues

    K-State’s Old Stadium has been a landmark on campus since 1924. Nearly a century later, it’s in the midst of a revival. Construction crews are currently working to relocate the Purple Masque Theatre from the east side of the .

  • Phase IV of engineering project adds space, joins complex

    In 2011, the University Engineering Initiative Act, aimed at increasing the number of engineering graduates in the state of Kansas by nearly 60 percent, was implemented. To accomplish this, Senior Associate Dean Gary Clark said enrollment and faculty numbers will have to .

  • Business college to get spacious new digs

    One of the first things Dean Ali Malekzadeh noticed when he took the reigns of K-State’s College of Business Administration in 2011 was a severe lack of space in Calvin Hall. With only 35,000 square feet of usable space, he said .

  • SGA leaders focus on medical amnesty initiative 070914 reagankay 019.phatch

    Student government leaders want to encourage students to call for medical assistance when they need it. When underage students drink too much, sometimes they’re afraid to call for help because they think they’ll be charged for minor in .

  • NBAF closer to full funding

    A federal disease lab is closer to full funding after House and Senate committee passed a bill that includes $300 million for the project in June. Construction is already underway on the central utilities plant for the planned $1.25 billion National Bio- .

  • Manhattan’s late-night food scene revives decades-old tradition 061514 nighteats 019.phatch

    When Varsity Donuts opened its food truck for late-night business in the fall of 2012, it seemed to be the logical next step for the business. A year earlier, its owners had begun selling donuts from their storefront on Moro Street, .

  • K-State No. 20 in preseason AP poll

    Kansas State earned its second preseason ranking Sunday afternoon as the Wildcats came in at No. 20 in the Preseason Associated Press Top 25 poll. It is the second time in the last three years K-State has been ranked in the first .

  • Purple team beats White in four sets

    Led by a double-double from Katie Brand and 13 kills and five blocks from Katie Reininger, the Purple team beat the White team 3-1 (25-23, 21-25, 25-17, 15-13) on Saturday in Kansas State volleyball’s Purple/White scrimmage in Ahearn Field .

  • Riley County Attorney’s Office Calendar

    Monday, August 18, 2014 DIV III – NO APPEARANCES 9:00 Bates, Christopher 5 days JURY TRIAL (13 CR 568 Rape x 2, etc) BRW & KSL III 10:30 - BCF 10:30 Day, Travis Status (14 CR 221 Batt LEO) JJC I 10:30 Hancock, William Arraignment (14 CR 43 Poss Meth to Dist, etc) KSL I 10:30 .


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