Community goes to local shop for games

Local game shop hosts game nights for community.

Future of 2025 Plan looking strong

Despite the loss of President Schulz, K-State faculty share a positive outlook for the future progress of the 2025 plan.

Research with African-American fraternity shows importance of mentoring students

Associate professor helps Phi Beta Sigma fraternity conduct research on how their connections to campus are useful.

Slightly sarcastic weekend horoscopes

See what's in store for you from Friday, April 29 to Sunday, May 1 with your friendly campus medium.

K-State professor re-thinks healing for wounded vets

K-State associate professor presents at TEDx to discuss veteran issues.

Professors experience stress of finals week

Professors can have a relatively uneventful finals week or one as hectic and stressful as the students'.

Annual soccer tournament commemorates fallen K-Stater

Annual soccer tournament honors Ed Chartrand, former K-State soccer player.

Eating, snacking provides cognitive boost

Students may need to focus on their diets just as much as their books during finals week.

Students, faculty reflect on transition to Canvas

Students and professors have varied opinions on the transition to Canvas, K-State's new learning management system.

University, students prepare for severe weather

With severe weather coming, students and K-State officials discuss what they do in preparation.

A day in the life of Cayenne, the first Corgi

An exclusive look into the life of K-State's first dog.

Slightly sarcastic horoscopes

Look into your future for the week of April 26-29 with your friendly campus medium.

Professors’ research shows moderate exercise may help cancer treatments

Research done by K-State professors shows that moderate exercise may benefit cancer treatments.

Japanese Student Association presents culture festival

The Japanese Student Association hosts an event to educate the community on Japanese culture.

Game review: Dark Souls III

A worthy finale for the "Dark Souls" series.

Coffee Hour offers chance to learn about other cultures

The International Student Center's Coffee Hour series provides international students the opportunity to share their culture with the community.

Review: As You Like It

K-State Theatre put on an interesting performance of Shakespeare's "As You Like It."

International Buddies prepares for another year

A new president will take over next year, though the club's goal is still to help international students.

Students gain experience in health care services for the Manhattan community

Flint Hills Community Center takes on health care disparities in the community while working with students.

SALT provides students with access to financial help

Free service for students helps them navigate finances.
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