‘Bravely Default’ offers innovation to well-known gaming realm

A well-crafted Japanese role playing game that is both nostalgic and innovative.

Student success earned by experience, not time

Not all students graduate in four years. Some students decide to take less time, while others take more, but it's about what you get out of college rather than the time that is spent here.

College of Veterinary Medicine provides family-friendly animal themed activites

At the K-State All-University Open House, the College of Veterinary Medicine will provide events that are animal-themed and appropriate for all ages.

Students have several free, reduced services at their fingertips

Learn about free, reduced services for students.

Learn the ropes of K-State traditions before schools starts

Find out what you need to know as an incoming freshman to be up to speed on K-State traditions.

Greek chapters, house moms share what their relationship means to them

K-State Greek chapters and house moms tell their story about how their experience has impacted them, and the important role house moms have in...

Flint Hills Discovery Center features new Ice Age exhibit

Flint Hills Discovery Center exhibit allows visitors to "touch" the Ice Age

Guide to saving money on textbooks

Tips to make buying textbooks more cost-effective and hassle free

Are personality tests actually accurate?

What to look for in a personal assessment test

New Foundation facility would use bond money

The City Commission showed its intent to issue up to $20 million in industrial revenue bonds to aid the KSU Foundation in building a...

For parents, personal touch is everything

As much as college students think their parents are from a different planet, holiday gifts for them don't have to be

Transitional pieces for that “in-between” weather

Want to look good but the weather keeps changing? Here's how you can solve that

Complete, beautiful chaos: New art exhibit dazzles in Student Union

Fine arts students Allison Olsen and Jessie Burnes discuss their bright, abstract paintings exhibited in the Student Union.

Environmental Health and Safety Department: More than just regulations

The Environmental Health and Safety Department serves campus through several avenues behind the scenes.

Manhattan trap R&B singer HypeManKel makes waves with sound

A former K-State kinesiology student plans to expand his musical sphere of influence.

Kat’s Corner: “mantra for the dreamers”

Jenner Little shares his poem "mantra for the dreamers."

Q&A: Libertarian candidate for 66th district talks marijuana, government spending

Edgar Chambers V is a Libertarian running for the Kansas House of Representatives. Here's what he had to say about his campaign.

College Bucket List: See the world with a road trip

After a week back at college, my mind may be back in school-mode, but the memories I made over break will last a lifetime.

Rebel against spring cleaning

Stereotypes of college students are as follows: they are constantly drinking, partying, skipping classes and have dorm rooms that are permanently messy. College students...

Manhattan salons offer dose of Vitamin D through UV therapy

There comes a point in every young man's life when he has to make a decision: Do I write an article on tanning oils...