Minute in my shoes: Engineering student shares her passion for a sustainable future

Co-president of the Sustainability Club and junior in mechanical engineering Carly Byrne discusses her future aspirations.

Rock climbing more than just a sport, says K-State student and avid climber

Sage Waltemath is the current president of K-State's Rock Climbing Club.

13th annual Miss Black and Gold Pageant showcases women’s intelligence, elegance

The Kappa Tau chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha's 2011 Miss Black and Gold Pageant was in Forum Hall in the K-State Student Union Saturday...

Ten very common pet peeves

Everybody puts up with certain things in life on a daily basis. There are the little things that are not usually a big deal,...

Students donate plasma in exchange for extra cash

"People are motivated to donate because they are able to help others … as well as be rewarded for their time and efforts," Rhonda Sciarra, Director of Communications for the CSL Plasma Center said.

LET’S TALK ABOUT SEX: Collegian sex columnist welcomes questions

    My name is Amanda Coltharp, and I currently hold the office of SHAPE president. SHAPE stands for Sexual Health Awareness Peer Educators. You...

Sisters of Sound celebrates joy of vinyl with Record Store Day

Over 700 independently owned music stores in the U.S., plus stores in 20 other countries participated in Record Store Day Saturday. They came together...

Citizen’s Academy provides Manhattan residents with educational sessions about city government

Many Manhattan residents, including K-State students, have used the city's public services for years, yet remain unaware of its inner workings. For adults who...

The Ruckus’ new album could become ‘pulse’ of local music scene

You might have seen the "elephant head" fliers around Aggieville promoting a CD release.Brilliantly produced by Nicholas Istas at the Colour Room studio, the...

Certain minors universally beneficial

Some minors can be beneficial for several different majors and areas of study.

Long-term planning key to good wedding day

For some students, happily ever after came early and now it’s time to start budgeting for it

Mayor says homecoming profitable, good for city

Homecoming is a large event for K-State and Manhattan; students show what they are made of in the homecoming run, the parade, and at...

Worlds collide in epic fighting game

After some prodding from friends, I decided to give "Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds" a shot, and liked what I found....

Documentary decodes the digital-age soul contract that is ‘Terms and Conditions’

Netflix new release "Terms and Conditions May Apply" delivers reality check about just how little privacy we have

Mumford and Sons repeats success with second album

If you’ve paid any sort of attention to music in the past two years, you’ve most likely heard of Mumford and Sons, the British folk-rock group...

Know your state representatives

STATE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVESSydney Carlin — D 66TH (incumbent)    K-State connection: Bachelor of science in 2000 in political science and mass communication, masters in...

Kat’s Corner: “Life is Better Hanging Out of Car Windows”

Kat's Corner is a poetry segment that is open to student submission. If you would like your piece potentially published, email the culture editor at krwoods@ksu.edu. This following piece is from the Collegian's culture editor, Katelin Woods.

Kansas State’s American Choral Director’s Association aims to improve choral community through new program

Through the pairing of their members, ACDA's goal is to improve their member's music skills and the choral community.

Hormel Foods donation to Cats’ Cupboard helps feed K-State students

Hormel Foods donated $5,000 and over 1,000 pounds of food to the K-State food pantry Cats’ Cupboard.

‘Kick-Ass’ proves violent, crude, funny

Perhaps this will change on the day this article comes out, but as of this moment, "Kick-Ass" is not playing in the Manhattan movie...
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