‘The Ox-Bow Incident’: Novel set in 1885 has something to tell us in 2022

Walter Van Tilburg Clark's "The Ox-Bow Incident" stands the test of time with relevant thoughts for today.

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.

Royal roots: K-State and its color

From kings and castles to K-State, discover the history of the university's only official color.

‘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.

OPINION: I want to break up this Valentine’s Day

I’d like to think love still can’t be bought, and that being single doesn’t mean you’re alone.

‘This is your home’: Students dedicate Morris Family Multicultural Student Center

The lapel, created as an identifying emblem for the center, is made of multiple shapes and colors that symbolized different things, Lindsey said.

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.

College seniors offer tips, tricks, advice for university living

Moving to college comes with a lot, especially when it comes to your living situation — from where you're going to live, who you're going to live with, how you will get along and how to make your rental space your own.

THINK LOCAL: Kite’s Bar and Grill offers live music, catering, events

Kite's is restaffing and will have both restaurants running this summer, allowing some students to see it during the relaunch over the summer, while others will have to wait and see it next year.

Monkey see, monkey do: Sunset Zoo’s Mangalisa the Colobus monkey regains eyesight

Mangalisa, a Colobus monkey at Sunset Zoo, regained eyesight with cataract surgery.

Top 10 civil rights leaders

We were all taught about the civil rights movement in history class, but this fight is an ongoing battle that is still happening in...

Strike a pose: The benefits and challenges of yoga

Going to a yoga class can be physically and mentally challenging.

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.

Red Ribbon Ball brings LGBTQ community together for dancing, fundraising

The red ribbon, a symbol for AIDS and HIV awareness and the event's namesake, was inspired by yellow ribbons used for the support and remembrance of U.S. soldiers in combat.

Annual Hale Library Concert Series sees its 13th year despite fire

The Hale Library Concert Series began in 2006 with the goal of enriching the culture of the Kansas State community.

Annual sidewalk chalk competition goes virtual, brings out ‘inner child’ in competitors

Winners who best represented the theme "expectations versus reality" will be acknowledged by Friday evening.

College of Agriculture alumna creates retail, bulk meat business

The High Prime team aims to provide the highest quality beef at a reasonable cost.

Coffee Hour gives cultural immersion of other countries from home

The Coffee Hour program will continue to meet virtually from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. on select Fridays throughout the fall and spring semesters.

‘Oh, the places they’ll go’: LINK scooters end up in new, unusual places

K-State students find the fun in getting their scooters where one would not typically find them.

‘Red (Taylor’s Version)’ gives chance to relive album

Taylor Swift's re-recording of "Red" did not disappoint, with added "From-the-Vault" tracks and old favorites to enjoy.