OPINION: Four things that make a house a home

The time to rent is now, so here are four things you can do to make your house a home.

OPINION: Why diversity matters (if done properly)

Diversity of thought and diversity of identity are often presented as enemies. The truth, however, lies in the middle.

OPINION: 3 ways to keep it cool under finals week pressure

It doesn't have to be a stressful time.

Poor and in love? Cheap Valentine’s Day gift ideas for everyone

Money may be in short supply, but love isn't. Here's how to showcase your feelings on Valentine's Day without breaking the bank.

Sweatshops benefit poor, provide employment; American humanitarianism does more harm than good

Sweatshops located in developing countries vastly benefit their employees and stimulate the host nation's economic growth. The popular trend to join the anti-sweatshop craze...

OPINION: Tattoos and piercings are a freedom of expression

It is an art form that should be more accepted.

OPINION: Studying abroad is an adventure every student should choose

To make the most of your time in college, you should study abroad for the experience of a lifetime.

OPINION: Stop making serial killers a serial commodity

The U.S. has a serial killer problem, and the media is fueling it.

OPINION: Long-distance relationships test people, for better and for worse

Long-distance couples may spend Valentine's Day apart, but they learn valuable lessons from their unique commitment.

In My Own Words: Surviving attempts at character assassination

If you ever find yourself in such a situation, remember first to breathe, ignore such people and focus on your life's positives. Reach out to your friends and family who are always there to support you, because they know who you truly are!

OPINION: Expectations President Linton must meet during presidency

Collegian contributor Vedant Kulkarni shares his expectations of President Linton, who takes over as the new president of Kansas State on Feb. 14.

Online activism often ineffective, pointless

Internet activism has had a long and torturous history. It began with chain emails and has adapted to popular new mediums. Now we have...

Sweatshops violate human rights; American companies at fault

Within recent international events, there has been significant coverage about the conditions of factories in the Middle East, Southeast Asia, and southern Asia. Some...

OPINION: It is not a crime to cheer for KU

There is nothing wrong with cheering for the Jayhawks or Shockers when they are not playing the Wildcats.

OPINION: Top 5 worst ’90s fashion trends

Were the 1990s the worst decade for fashion trends? Yeah, probably.

REVIEW: ‘Five in a Tent’ brings back summer memories

In need of a return to summer, I turned to children's literature and was enthralled by Victoria Furman's "Five in a Tent."

Banned Book Highlight: “Candide” by Voltaire

The banned book "Candide" uses historical context to tell a coming-of-age story that shows life is what you make of it.

OPINION: How should K-State Athletics handle its football season?

The middle of March presented sports fans across the country with the worst news imaginable — sports seasons cancelled indefinitely.

Helpful hints: How to remain connected with others while socially distanced

If you still want to stay connected to friends while still social distancing, try these in-person or virtual activities.

OPINION: Transfer portal brings player success

From an athlete's perspective, the transfer portal knocks it out of the park.