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Instagram to introduce ads over the coming months

Instagram has spent three years establishing its user base, and soon the 150 million faithful users will begin noticing an invasion of advertisements

New body modification styles becoming popular

In recent decades, the public has become more accepting of tattoos and body piercings than in the past. What was considered taboo or unusual...

Committee discusses possible rental ordinance

The Rental Inspections Advisory Committee met Wednesday to reconvene talks for a possible mandatory rental inspection ordinance.The committee is still discussing the specifics of...

5th-year seniors talk about their experiences, what makes them different

Many fifth-year students see a difference in their understanding of college than their underclassmen peers.

City commissioners vote unanimously to rename 17th Street Martin Luther King Jr. Drive

Earlier this year, Manhattan and Kansas State renamed 17th Street to honor the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. and to pay homage to one of the last speeches of his life, "The Future of Integration," which he delivered on the K-State campus.

Adult diabetic cases upward trend in Kansas, rest of world

Diabetes cases have skyrocketed to 382 million cases worldwide and have reached 179,000 adults in Kansas.

Some women prefer to receive sentimental, thoughtful gifts

Store bought Valentine's Day gifts are romantic, but lack a personal touch

Recycled to runway: Student’s upcycled designs shown at Portland Fashion Week

Apparel student begins designing in February and makes it to Portland Fashion Week by October.

Rent Inspection Committee to meet today

Manhattan's Rental Inspections committee, designated by the city commissioners, will meet at 2:30 p.m. today in the fire station at 2000 Denison Avenue.The committee...

Dinner educates students about Muslim holiday, culture

Walking into the International Student Center on Friday, I knew I was about to experience something totally new and unique. Brochures featuring Arabic writings...

‘You know you are a biology major when …

What is special about the lives of biology majors?

‘Wonderland,’ ‘Looking Glass’ throughout the years

-1856 Charles Lutwidge Dodgeson publishes his first poem "Solitude" under the pseudonym Lewis Carroll.-1862 Dodgson first tells the story that will become "Alice's Adventures...

Q&A: Chief diversity officer discusses KSUnite, time at K-State

Bryan Samuel came to K-State about six months ago, but he's been working on more than just KSUnite. Here's what he had to say.

What students are really doing at night

Students' pre-bedtime rituals may mess with their sleep schedule.

Kansas State University Gardens prepare for springtime events

The Kansas State University Gardens are readied for thousands of blooming tulips and events for Manhattan.

Easy game gives off childish feel

With my PS3 still in the shop and no time to pick up "Bulletstorm," I decided to try out my newly purchased Wii console....

Faculty explore Iranian cityscape in K-State Book Network panel

As part of the lecture series for this year's common read, KSBN hosted a panel of individuals who spoke about Persian gardens and tea

‘Shutter Island’ intelligent, suspensful

It's about time something good came to the movie theater. Leave it to Martin Scorsese to come through and deliver some entertainment that isn't...

Child poverty hinders U.S. productivity, economic output

Most students receive more than food, clothing and shelter from their parents, but according to a recent press release issued by the National Center...

Artist’s work focuses on fellow artists

Photographic portraits of artists and people with a connection to the arts, all taken by a former K-State professor of history, are featured in...