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.
Royal roots: K-State and its color
From kings and castles to K-State, discover the history of the university's only official color.
‘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."
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.
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.
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.
‘Bic For Her’ hilariously bad marketing strategy
There are many products and services on the market that are designed and advertised to target either male or female consumers, even if the...
DIY Valentine’s Day gifts ideas
Valentine's doesn't have to be expensive or typical to be fun
Willie the Wildcat still one wild cat at 50 years old
A look back at the history behind K-State's beloved mascot.
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.
Pre-workout supplement tests positive for methamphetamine-like substances
Pre-workout supplement tests positive for methamphetamine-like substances.
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.
Emotional support animals: What are cats and dogs doing in the dorms?
Having an emotional support animal can be "life-changing" for some students.
REVIEW: ‘Ralph Breaks the Internet’ an average movie, but enjoyable for all
The second installment of the "Wreck-It Ralph" series has been done before, but still is fun to watch.
New social media app ‘BeReal’ rises in popularity
BeReal has recently enthralled users with its unique features.
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.
Lack of sleep negatively affects students
Students experience sleep deprivation and the consequences that result.
THINK LOCAL: Quality entertainment and sports at Tanner’s
Tanner's is more than just a bar. Between sports on their multitude of TVs, weekly specials, and games, there's never a dull moment to be found.
From the fire to the field: The birth of The Wabash Cannonball
Following the Nichols Hall fire that more or less crippled the band department on Dec. 13, 1968, the Pride of Wildcat Land returned just three days later to play "The Wabash Cannonball" for the first time.
Tattoo culture offers unique opportunity for artistic expression
Manhattan tattoo artists share how to navigate artistic collaboration between clients.