Manhattan-Ogden schools will get a boost in internet services and network access.
The Manhattan-Ogden school board on Wednesday will consider upgrading internet services while cutting the cost. Board members also will consider bids for district construction projects.
A competition featuring competitors from 35 schools across Kansas gave middle school students free rein in designing and building the city of the future.
K-State has permanently closed the indoor swimming facility in the Natatorium, because of ongoing issues with maintenance and ventilation.
A software and technology company honored a Manhattan Catholic Schools science teacher with a national award for a class engineering effort involving robotics and soil moisture.
K-State’s athletic director on Friday advocated for a national standard for college athletes’ endorsements, saying individual state laws would create recruiting challenges.
K-State has received a “limited number” of COVID-19 vaccines for faculty, staff, and students. The vaccines come as university officials plan for a return to in-person courses starting this fall.
A former longtime USD 383 board member and Manhattan-area volunteer recently had a local educational conservation award named after him.
The Manhattan-Ogden school board on Wednesday likely will give final approval for a plan to redraw school attendance boundaries to take effect for the 2021-22 school year.
K-State Libraries’ University Archives are being moved back into the historic Hale Library, as the building reopens all its floors to students and the public this spring.
K-State officials were excited to discover the only known recordings of a 1968 speech at the university by Martin Luther King Jr. more than a decade ago, but the recordings essentially have been sitting around since then because of copyright issues.
Teachers in the Manhattan-Ogden school district are preparing for online conferences with families, as district officials await word on any shipments of the COVID-19 vaccine intended for district staffers.
Q: K-State’s website says the university has been selected as a “closed point vaccine distribution site.” What does that mean and when will K-State students and staff members receive vaccines?
The Manhattan-Ogden school board on Wednesday will consider a redrawn boundary map that doesn’t include busing some students from Manhattan to Ogden.
Elementary schools in the Manhattan-Ogden district celebrated the 160th birthday of Kansas with various classroom activities.
Members of the city government’s new Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Task Force will determine what they believe are strengths and weaknesses of Manhattan. Members of the newly formed task force met Thursday evening virtually for the first time.
A biotech company has selected a compound developed at K-State for further study in the fight against COVID-19.
Kansas State University students can expect to follow many of the same health protocols from the fall as they return for the spring semester.
The president of Kansas State University says the proposed state budget from Gov. Laura Kelly would feature the “most significant budget reduction since 2009” for the university.
Although Kansas State University administrators do not know when the school will receive coronavirus vaccines for its population, K-State is prepared for distribution, one official says.
Officials with Kansas State University and the Manhattan-Ogden School District Friday were still sifting through Gov. Laura Kelly’s proposed budget, two days after it was released.
Kansas will continue to fund K-12 public education at levels constitutionally required, as per the pages of Gov. Laura Kelly’s budget plan released Wednesday.
The medical director of Lafene Health Center at Kansas State University is part of a team contributing research on quarantine guidelines for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
A steady stream of Trump administration officials are beating an early path to the exits as a protest against the deadly siege of the U.S. Capitol this week even as others wrestling with the stay-or-go question conclude that they owe it to the public to see things through to the end.
Award-winning actor, writer and musician Jeff Daniels will perform a concert live online from his home as part of K-State’s McCain Connected series. Daniels’ concert will be at 7 p.m. Jan. 27. This is a brand-new show for Daniels, where he will perform music from his new album ‘Alive and Wel…
A student at Kansas State University known for offensive social media posts and the formation of a controversial conservative student organization is no longer enrolled at the university.
A completely remote start to Kansas State University’s spring semester is on the table as administrators closely watch the number of COVID-19 cases.
The Manhattan-Ogden school board on Wednesday will consider proposals to replace the roof and repair gymnasium siding at Anthony Middle School.