From the military to college: One K-State student’s non-traditional journey

College is a transition in many people's lives that happens right after high school. One sophomore, however, has a different story.

K-State intramurals embraces technology

The K-State’s intramurals program implemented IMLeagues, a web-based intramural program that allows students to track their schedule, teams and statistics using their smartphone or computer

‘Insidious: Chapter 2’ not as scary as first installment

Scary movies have a bad reputation when it comes to their sequels. "Paranormal Activity 2" was nowhere near as horrifying as it predecessor. "Scream...

Puzzle Pack Answers: Aug. 26

Check your answers for today's Puzzle Pack

As iPad changes media consumption, one question remains: what else is left?

In April 2010, the world's most prominent technology company, Apple, revealed an innovative new product, the iPad. It became an instant hit with tech-savvy...

Aaron Eats: a semester of reviews ranked

This semester was full of great food and happy stomachs. Whether or not those two went hand in hand on the same night or...

Fairy Tale

Everyone is familiar with elementary school crushes. Only in movies do those cute flirtatious encounters blossom into anything, right? A happily engaged couple has...

Bulletins 4/20

The Graduate School announces the final oral defense of the doctoral dissertation of Long Qiao at 3:30 p.m. today in Fiedler 2116. The thesis...

New J. Cole album difficult to take seriously

The summer of 2013 is an important one for American hip-hop. Numerous hip-hop artists have taken a few years to write and produce new...

Social media may lead to creepy situations

In today's social-networking world of Twitter, Facebook, Blackberry Messaging, Skype and more, being connected is almost a prerequisite of stepping outside or turning on...

Recently opened speakeasy brings life to 1920s

Local restaurant owner creates a member-exclusive bar in downtown Manhattan

Flash mob to bring the “Time Warp” to Bosco Student Plaza today

The Union Program Council, UPC, will be hosting a flash mob in Bosco Student Plaza today from 12:20 to 12:30 p.m. This flash mob...

Johnny Kaw’s tentatively plans for Fake Patty’s Day equivalent in November

Johnny Kaw's is putting together a new event called Fake Givings Day because COVID-19 called for the cancellation of this year's Fake Patty's Day.

K-State rodeo celebrates 75 years, home event this weekend

K-State is set to host its annual intercollegiate rodeo this weekend, celebrating 75 years as a sports club. After the home event was canceled this past year, the team is excited to return.

Holiday baking season is upon us – brace yourselves

Recipes for healthier options when it comes to baking holiday treats this season.

Dress for success: K-State’s Career Closet provides students with professional clothing

From interviews to career fairs and more, the Career Closet offers free professional clothing for K-State students.

Abuse results in halt of black cat adoption in October

October is a time when traditions and superstitions revolving around Halloween return. These are, for the most part, fun and harmless. Some of these...

Group of students will travel to San Antonio during break, give up time to...

Mentioning spring break to a college student brings several things to mind — long road trips, the beach and no responsiblities, just to name...

Jammin’ Out: Murray’s Strawberry Rhubarb Preserves gives foodies a taste of home

Murray's hit the nail on the head with their strawberry rhubarb preserves.

Shakespeare in the bar: Theatre students take on Aggieville for ‘ShakesBEER’ event

Directed by David Mackay, theatre students will perform four scenes from Shakespeare at different bars in Aggieville.