Just the beginning: Akela Jones is on pace to become world class

Akela Jones is one of the best track and field athletes in the country and she has yet to hit her peak.

UPC responds to social media criticism of TEDxMHK diversity

UPC plans to engage the community more in future TEDxMHK events.

American Ethnic Studies Student Association educates on hip-hop culture

American Ethnic Studies Student Association held an event featuring hip-hop artists, activists and educators to tell hip-hop's cultural story.

Two Fat Guys Review: Taqueria Los Burritos

The guys try the local mom-and-pop Mexican restaurant Taqueria Los Burritos.

Horticulture students grow learning experiences

With the recent living green wall, patio projects and enthusiasm from faculty and students, K-State's Department of Horticulture, Forestry and Recreation Resources has established roots to grow.

Restaurants rely on local service for nontraditional delivery

Drivers for Wildcat2Go deliver food from local restaurants.

Leadership class takes initiative with Canvas of Diversity campaign

Leadership class talks about diversity and inclusiveness with the Canvas of Diversity campaign and the Cats for Inclusion initiative.

Second-half struggles lead to Wildcats’ 10th straight loss in Lawrence

The Wildcats turned the ball over 23 times in their 18-point loss.

Students discuss potential tobacco ban

Students voiced their opinions on a potential tobacco ban at a Student Governing Association event.

Men’s basketball looks to snap decade-long losing streak in Lawrence

K-State hasn't won in Lawrence since 2006.

Kaleb Prewett to transfer

The sophomore saftey played in eight games last season.

Jonathan Banks’ father comments on quarterback’s transfer

Banks was a four-star recruit out of junior college.

TEDxMHK event receives mixed feedback from community

The TEDxMHK event was held in Mark A. Chapman Theatre in Nichols Hall and live-streamed at the Kansas State Alumni center Monday evening.

Bluestem Bistro: Great drinks, no space

Bluestem Bistro serves a great variety of drinks in a tiny space.

Big 12-SEC Challenge: Better than expected

This past weekend convinced me that this cross-conference challenge is a good thing.

New K-State Police officer looks to prevent campus crimes

Prevention of theft, sexual assault and drugs will be the focus of Officer Randy Myles, K-State Police's newest officer hired through the COPS grant.

Scholarship money raised at K-State’s 12th annual drag show

K-State's drag show was at McCain Auditorium on Saturday evening.

Track team chases down top 5 finishes at New Mexico Invitational

K-State track and field competed and found success in their first meet outside of the state of Kansas.

Student overcomes cancer, homelessness on nontraditional route to degree

Student overcomes cancer, single parenthood and homelessness and is set to graduate.

Nationally ranked Wildcats head down to New Mexico

K-State track and field looks to continue its success on the road in New Mexico.