Memories of surprising tub engagement

Jeff and I met in true college style. Everything's a little blurry, but it was something along the lines of me throwing up in...

Top 10 albums of 2008

    I'm not sure what it was, but for some reason in 2008, I fell behind in regard to the new music scene. I...

Family recipe simple to make

  Since I live eight hours from home, I don't usually get to go home for small holidays or breaks. This Easter was no different....

Puzzle Pack Answers: Sept. 29

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Gaming contest raises money for charity

  The '80s came alive in Paddy O'Quigley's in the form of electronic beeps as participants tested their skills at classic Nintendo Entertainment System games...

Local music scene performs virtual concerts, keeps community connected

Local musicians are coping during the pandemic by streaming concerts, creating albums to raise money, sharing Zines and keeping the community connected.

Travel, celebrations, education on agenda for Irish holiday

With the celebration stories of Fake Patty's Day dying down, the focus of students and faculty have now shifted to the actual March holiday....

Bulletins 11/04

Intramural entries for Sports Trivia Contest and Swim Meet will be accepted today through Thursday in the office at Peters Recreation Complex. Sign up...

Offense starting to get rolling

After two games against not top-level talent, there were people starting to doubt K-State. "Miami's defense is too fast." "The Wildcats have not faced...

New K-State orchestra director ready to pick up batons

Rachel Dirks ready to tackle on K-State orchestra director job

Music education major looks to perform on Country Stampede main stage

K-State senior Leah Watts releases first single on iTunes in midst of competing in the 2015 Kicker Country Stampede Songwriter Contest.

K-State student in Australia shares tips for studying abroad

Hello everyone! Now that the semester is coming to a close, some of you may be asking yourselves, "What should I do now?" One...

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...

Manhattan Arts Center exhibit pairs poetry, sculptures

Photography, sculpture and poetry are three different art forms that most people do not associate one with the others. Art lovers turn to museums...

Little Apple Pride Parade makes comeback after COVID-19

The Little Apple Pride Parade and festival takes place on Saturday, April 23 in City Park.

City now accepts online payments

People with city parking violations, traffic fees and other court fees can now pay from the comfort of their homes as the City of...

Hale Library celebrates its 20th year with students

K-State's main library building, Hale, was opened 20 years ago this October. 2017 also marks the 90th anniversary of the original Farrell Library structure.

K-State students buy trendy shoes to support bigger cause

Preventing disease and saving children go hand in hand. Add a touch of fashion, and you've got Toms, a line of shoes with a...

Meet the Candidates: Parker Vulgamore and Jeff Ebeck

Parker Vulgamore and Jeff Ebeck are running for student body president and vice president. Their campaign focuses on helping students find their purpose on campus, as well as ensuring students have the resources to prosper.

Long-time Cats’ Cupboard volunteer aims to help people in her community

Sutton has volunteered at food pantries and homeless shelters since high school and has always had a passion for fighting food insecurity and helping others in her community.