Local and state leaders are praising the advancement of a construction project that will expand streets and other infrastructure along Kimball Avenue.
The K-State Alumni Association will honor Kansas State University alumni Jerry Jaax and Nancy Dunn Jaax as the recipients of the Alumni Excellence Award. They will receive the award at a banquet on Friday, Nov. 12, at the K-State Alumni Center.
Organizers and participants of the Indigenous Peoples’ Day Conference at Kansas State University say a presidential proclamation recognizing the changed emphasis of the holiday is a good start toward long-term change.
The organizers of an “esports” tournament at Kansas State University said they’re making plans for future events as the field of competitive gaming grows on a collegiate level.
K-State student leaders are hopeful that a rally for sexual violence awareness will spur change on an administrative level.
Two parents and a teacher from Bluemont Elementary School publicly expressed concern over a construction plan that would eliminate windows for first-grade classrooms.
The Manhattan-Ogden school board on Wednesday approved buying network security tools one day after a state legislative audit revealed a lack of basic computer system protections among many Kansas school districts.
TOPEKA — The president of Emporia State University has been selected as the first woman to hold the job of chancellor for Oklahoma’s higher education system.
Kansas State University received a $3.4 million grant from the U.S Department of Health and Human Services to create a new research and biosecurity development lab space.
The Manhattan-Ogden school district saw fall-semester enrollment increase by more than 140 students from the same timeframe last year. But enrollment is still down from pre-pandemic levels.
MINNEAPOLIS — A new health sciences degree program at the University of Minnesota Rochester will combine online and in-person learning to help students complete their studies in just over two years instead of four.
After a year without them, the assistant superintendent of the Manhattan-Ogden school district said field trips are once again allowed.
Cats’ Cupboard, the K-State food pantry, is making use of the second-floor refrigerators in the Morris Family Multicultural Student Center for the time being, until the cupboard receives its own fridges.
Steve Smethers said as a young boy, he was more attracted to the newspaper business than broadcasting.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Five Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, private schools with policies that target LGBTQ+ people received nearly $750,000 in state money during the 2020-2021 school year, the most recently available data show.
In his final State of the University address as president of Kansas State University, Richard Myers said K-State “is sound, very sound.”
Manhattan-Ogden school district officials say the district is experiencing an urgent “shortfall of staff” in almost every department, while board members encouraged each other to seek “outside the box” solutions.
Despite a recent outbreak of COVID-19 cases, the Rock Creek school district is continuing to make mask-wearing optional across its buildings.
Vandalism in the bathrooms at Manhattan High has been ramping up in recent weeks, following a national trend circulating on social media. Manhattan High officials have closed several bathrooms at its two schools because of the damage.
The Manhattan-Ogden school board will consider keeping the district’s mask rule in place for the next five weeks when the board meets Wednesday.
A former New York Times editor and current communications consultant for Kansas State University says she heard the impact of the first plane as it struck the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001.
As students become more curious about the events of September 11, 2001, teachers in the Manhattan-Ogden school district take different approaches to teaching the events surrounding the terror attacks.
Manhattan-Ogden school district officials have announced the district’s FIT Closet distributed 720 backpacks full of school supplies to families for the 2021-22 school year.
David Rosowsky said jokingly that he had to “lose a couple of ties” with color schemes that did not match his new environment when he moved to Manhattan.
The Manhattan-Ogden school board has unanimously approved the district’s operating budget for fiscal year 2022, which will lead to an increased tax bill from the district of 2.2% for the average homeowner.
Kansas’ education commissioner told a crowd of about 70 Manhattan residents Tuesday that graduation rates across the state are at their highest percentage ever, but there is still more work to be done as the state redefines how it educates children.
Students in Manhattan High School’s Interact Club are celebrating the installation of a cabinet stocked with feminine hygiene products in school restrooms.