Kansas State University will allow vaccinated people to participate in outdoor events without a mask, but the change won’t happen until after graduation.
When classes resume next fall, K-State won’t limit the number of people in a given room or require cleaning rooms between each class.
The executive director of McCain Auditorium at K-State says he’s making plans to bring a few live events back to the calendar this fall.
Students at Manhattan Catholic Schools celebrated Arbor Day on Friday and continued their environmental studies by planting a new tree.
A documentary about a Manhattan doctor’s work in New York City during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic is part of a double feature hosted by K-State’s McCain Auditorium.
The Center for Hazardous Substance Research at Kansas State University is receiving a $5 million grant from the Environmental Protection Agency for continued work on mitigating environmental hazards in the central U.S.
Dorothy Claussen said she knew her library lessons at Woodrow Wilson Elementary had to shift to a digital emphasis during the pandemic for the students’ sake.
Half a dozen K-State students and staff observed a moment of silence Friday during a rose vigil to honor those nationwide who died from police violence.
The director of a Manhattan nonprofit organization seeking to alleviate poverty and former city commissioner has filed for a seat on the Manhattan-Ogden school board.
Kansas State University is receiving a multimillion-dollar donation to create a student wellness center and fund other student initiatives.
The Junction City school board has given Merrier Jackson the principal’s job at Junction City High School, removing the “interim” tag on her title.
Manhattan-Ogden school board members will vote this week on a proposal to join a larger effort from Kansas school districts to battle large energy bills stemming from brutally cold weather in February.
Kansas State University will host counseling sessions and a vigil later this week in anticipation of a verdict in the Derek Chauvin murder trial.
A $2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy will help Kansas State University researchers create new resources from sewage.
K-State researchers say they are finding some environmental and cattle performance benefits to burning only small portions of pastureland at a time.
Aggieville and other sponsors have developed a new summer event meant to draw all Manhattan High School alumni to the district.
USD 475 Geary County is getting a new elementary school to replace the aging Jefferson Elementary building in Fort Riley.
Erin Lopez said she is more than ready to have her first “Bison” roaming the halls of the Manhattan-Ogden school district’s newest elementary building.
Officials with the Manhattan-Ogden school district say they will contest the February gas bill, which totaled $128,363, an increase of more than $100,000 from the January bill.
A K-State entomology researcher says an artificial intelligence program he developed to identify bumble bees could help conservation efforts.
K-State is expanding its Summer STEM Institute with a new virtual opportunity for students to learn more about science, technology, engineering, arts, and math.
A research team at K-State will receive $2 million from the U.S. Department of Energy to help with water efficiency projects.