‘What Were You Wearing?’ exhibit shares stories from sexual assault survivors

"What Were You Wearing?," an art installation hosted by CARE, is on display in the Mark A. Chapman Gallery through April 19.

Pre-workout supplement tests positive for methamphetamine-like substances

Pre-workout supplement tests positive for methamphetamine-like substances.

Love & Football (Fútbol): The story of Nebraska’s Adrian Martinez and K-State’s Marisa Weichel

Even while playing Division I level athletics at two different schools, Nebraska quarterback Adrian Martinez and K-State forward Marisa Weichel have found a way to keep their love going strong.

Anonymous source speaks about experience with spiked drinks

Jane Doe talks about her experiences after drinking spiked drinks.

‘How low can you go?’: The history of the ‘Cha Cha Slide’

Whether you "slide to the left" or "slide to the right," chances are you've heard the "Cha Cha Slide."

A brief, vulgar history of the ‘KU chant’

The "F*** KU" chant is more controversial than ever, but the past, present and future of sporting chants at K-State is something more students should know about.

Excessive heat warning in the Little Apple

Manhattan residents take precautions to beat the heat.

Getting Up Early To Study Vs. Staying Up Late To Study

Differences in research and student opinion show it to be up to the individual whether early rising or late-night study sessions are more advantageous.

Life of a house boy is a balancing act

Chapter dinner at a sorority would not be the same without them

Ten things to know before getting your wisdom teeth out in your 20s

Wisdom teeth extraction is a painful but manageable experience with these tips and tricks.

Where Are They Now: ‘The Bachelor’ star Sean Lowe

Former K-State football player and "The Bachelor" star Sean Lowe talks social media and K-State memories.

Manhattan boasts many must-see free, cheap attractions

One of the best things about attending K-State is the city of Manhattan itself. Manhattan has a wide variety of places to visit that...

Australian comedian Randy Feltface tackles faith, existentialism in comedy special ‘The Book of Randicus’

In his new special, Randy asks hard-hitting questions about religion, human evolution and the 2016 Australian Census.

Students should pick classes based on level of interest, not just ease

When I first came to college, I was sure that I wanted to study psychology. That is, until I got into a few higher-level...

Banned Book Highlight: Literature lifts the veil in Orwell’s “1984”

"1984" by George Orwell is commonly challenged by communist leaders due to its criticism of omnipresent governments.

Doctoral student receives grant to research intersex individuals, spark difficult conversations

The first $250 will go towards an intersex consultant — Astle said no one in her department identifies as such and it would dilute the research if they didn’t have an intersex viewpoint. The other $750 will be given to intersex individuals that participate in the study.

Fun and flatulence in McCain’s double toilet stalls

Two toilets are better than one in the bathrooms of McCain Auditorium, and here is why.

K-State highlights freedom of speech by celebrating Banned Books Week

What do the "Great Gatsby," "50 Shades of Grey" and the "Hunger Games" have in common? They're all banned books

REVIEW: “Darius the Great is Not Okay” portrays family life in relatable way

A trip to Iran changes a teen's outlook on life.

From Japan to K-State: The story behind the glass artwork in the Union

Ohno's work is displayed around the world, from the Imperial Palace in Japan to the K-State Student Union.