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Open/Alternative Textbook Initiative tackles high cost of college textbooks

The Open/Alternative Textbook Initiative seeks to save students money by encouraging professors to create their own learning materials

Champagne, wine with meals option for Mother’s Day gift

Deciding how to honor a mother on Mother's Day is daunting. It's hard to pay back 364 days of service with one day of...

Gift, wish list ideas for the upcoming holiday season

Struggling with finding the perfect gift for a friend? Here are some ideas for the upcoming season.

Roses, chocolate, jewelry not as meaningful as simple gestures

Valentine's Day doesn't automatically mean buying an expensive, expertly-phrased Hallmark card, some overpriced gift (probably involving chocolate), or an expensive dinner at a restaurant...

Streamlining old wardrobe eliminates unwanted clothing

There is a monster in your closet and it is not the furry kind with razor-sharp teeth; it is your wardrobe. It is disordered,...

“Kick Ass 2” brings more action, less plot

"Kick-Ass 2" brought an interesting perspective from the original plot into the sequel, which was released on Aug. 16.The plot of the original "Kick-Ass"...

Staying calm, being prepared are keys to success with recruiters

How to seem marketable to a recruiter

Columbian Theatre keeps doors open under city of Wamego’s ownership

The Columbian Theatre in Wamego will continue to operate after the city of Wamego bought the theater, despite rumors that it would close down.Jim...

‘Omens’ might be bad omen for 3OH!3

It was 2010, and the Colorado electropop duo 3OH!3 had just released their third album "Streets of Gold." The album proved the duo to...

International students find family far from home

Moving across the world for college maybe nerve-wracking but for international students, K-State makes them feel at home

Slightly Sarcastic Reviews: Arby’s

In this week's Slightly Sarcastic Review, we go to Arby's. Can curly fries be considered a religion?

Willie the Wildcat still one wild cat at 50 years old

A look back at the history behind K-State's beloved mascot.

Preparation is key to succesful packing for spring break trips

Students have been waiting for a certain week since the beginning of the semester.: spring break. While some are lucky enough to go on...

Students take fashion show course

Fashion students are no strangers to the classroom experience of strenuous projects and presentations. The Cotton Challenge is a new apparel and textiles course offered...

One student’s experience with full-body scanners

"So can I see it?" That was my one question after going through one of the new "full-body scanners" before getting on a flight to...

Costume Shop students use sewing skills to make cloth face masks, PPE gowns

Since Kansas State student employees are still being paid, Costume Shop employees are putting their sewing talents to good use by making cloth face masks.

Rich Yarges & The Pop Mechanics to perform Nov. 1 at Auntie Mae’s

Rich Yarges & The Pop Mechanics will bring power pop and rock and roll to Manhattan

Alpha meets in Aggieville bar for discussions about God, philosophy

The Kathouse Lounge in Aggieville, buzzes with the chatter of a different type of barfly. This is where the group Alpha meets every Monday...

Ali Kemp remembered in Pi Beta Phi philanthropy

Brutally murdered in Leawood, Kan., in 2002 at the age of 19, Ali Kemp was honored Thursday by her sorority sisters of Pi Beta...

Veronica’s Veil celebrates life with henna tattoos

A Manhattan business owner shares her passion for henna.
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