Some of the children were about as red as the tomatoes, but despite the hot Wednesday afternoon, they listened intently and excitedly as David Atchison led them through the Ogden Elementary School’s community garden.
K-State and other state higher education institutions will see more simplified admissions criteria following a Kansas Board of Regents decision.
Changes to construction plans for Manhattan High School’s west campus will add 25 classrooms, but current cost estimates exceed the construction budget by about $2.8 million, the design team said Wednesday.
In response to a nurse shortage in Kansas, Wichita State University and K-State are partnering to bring a satellite nursing program to Manhattan.
Inside the lobby area adjoining the sanctuary at St. Isidore’s Catholic Student Center, the K-State students were singing the “everybody let’s go” snippet from the Dora the Explorer song.
The K-State marching band is stepping up its efforts to stop the “vulgar chant” that’s broken out sporadically during its performances of one of the school’s traditional pep songs, “Wabash Cannonball.”
It was a long, winding journey to becoming an author, but when Adib Khorram started to rely on his Iranian-American background, he knew he had a hit book.
Riley County police took a 12-year-old boy into custody after a burglary incident that led to several Manhattan schools entering what’s called “secure campus mode” early Thursday afternoon.
Since his retirement after 11 seasons in the NFL, former K-State football player and Leonardville native Jordy Nelson has stayed busy locally.
Anthony Middle School was briefly in secure campus mode Thursday morning after a guest at the school stepped outside through a back door then tried getting back in.
As a transgender man, Schuyler Bailar said he’s used to questions that some people might find weird, strange and even offensive.
Editor’s note: This is the transcript of the speech given Friday by U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo as part of K-State’s Landon Lecture Series.
K-State’s A.Q. Miller School of Journalism and Mass Communications lost seven faculty and staff members after the end of last semester, including three in top leadership positions.
One of the U.S. State Department’s biggest challenges across the world is advocating for human rights, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said, and in doing so, America must push for the unalienable rights upon which this country was founded.
Attendees of U.S. Secretary of State and former U.S. Rep. Mike Pompeo’s Landon Lecture on Friday will have to deal with extra security measures.
A yearslong effort to unify the Manhattan-Ogden school district’s early learning programs is wrapping up. Program administrators said the changes have helped them provide more equitable education for the district’s preschoolers.
When K-State’s new dean of students Thomas Lane was a freshman at Illinois State University, he probably would have been in the dean’s office, but then it would have been because he was on the verge of being kicked out of school.
The Manhattan-Ogden school board will hear a report Wednesday evening on the district’s substance abuse prevention program. While overall drug use is down since 2000, frequent e-cigarette use has increased in the past few years.
K-State president Richard Myers is no stranger to travel. Myers and his wife, Mary Jo, have been to over 100 countries as tourists and as part of Myers’ duties when he was chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
Nathan Harmon broke down in tears as he told the crowd at Rezac Auditorium Wednesday evening how he accidentally killed his friend 10 years ago in a drunken-driving incident.
In his new position as Manhattan High School’s principal, Michael Dorst said he doesn’t get to spend as much time with students as he did as assistant principal.
Lidia Ragland hadn’t been at K-State more than a week, and she was already pacing around a basketball court thinking over decisions that would affect her entire college career.
The numbers are preliminary, but Manhattan-Ogden school district officials said early enrollment reports show more full classrooms in the first week of school.
Exactly 16 months after Hale Library caught fire, K-State’s dean of libraries Lori Goetsch walked not through rubble, but between plastic-covered chairs, tables and other library equipment on the library’s first floor Tuesday morning.
The Manhattan-Ogden school board on Wednesday will hear a preliminary enrollment data report and vote on a key step for construction at the Keith Noll Maintenance Center.
Now that classes are back in session across the Manhattan-Ogden school district, the Riley County Police Department is urging drivers to be cautious around stopped school buses.
Classes in the Manhattan-Ogden school district started Wednesday morning, and the 2019-20 school year also marks the beginning of four years of construction on $129.5 million in bonded school projects.
When the Manhattan Fire Department rushed onto K-State’s campus and settled next to Hale Library on Monday afternoon, the university community must have been on edge.
The Manhattan-Ogden school board gave final approval to the $106.8 million budget for the 2019-20 school year after a public hearing Wednesday evening.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Fortune magazine CEO Alan Murray will speak at K-State next month as the university’s next Landon lecturers, officials announced Tuesday.
When Pat Bosco announced his retirement as K-State’s dean of students in late 2018, a group of students wanted to make sure his 50-year leadership legacy remained alive and well, particularly for future students.
K-State announced Thursday that it received a three-year, $2.8 million research award from the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Energy Technologies Office to advance solar energy’s role in strengthening the resilience of the U.S. electricity grid. This project will enhance utility operators’ …
As groups of grandparents relived their memories of their time on K-State’s campus Monday, their grandchildren caught glimpses of the memories they might make for themselves one day.
The clock could be ticking for ticks. Roman Ganta, Kansas State University professor and director of the Center of Excellence for Vector-Borne Diseases in the College of Veterinary Medicine, recently secured a new grant of $2.7 million from the National Institutes of Health to continue his l…