New food and catering service opens in Justin Hall

Lacy's Fresh Fare and Catering offers breakfast and lunch options on campus that are cooked by students.

From ‘Project Runway: Junior’ to Kansas City Fashion Week: K-State sophomore shows a passion...

Jaxson Metzler's L'Inverno collection will be featured at Kansas City Fashion Week.

OPINION: Four places to find unique art on campus

Ever wondered what "The Fork" is really supposed to be, or what other kinds of sculptures K-State has to offer? Look no further than these four spots.

Greek life makes efforts to foster diversity in community

Alpha Chi Omega introduced a diversity chair this year to improve representation within the Greek community.

Robby’s Famous Cheesecakes becoming a staple in Little Apple

Robby’s Famous Cheesecakes has recently opened in Aggieville with sweet treats for everyone to try.

Disney’s ‘Encanto’ filled with great music, important life lessons

"Encanto" is a great movie with lots of lessons to keep in mind for ourselves as well as others in our lives.

Expedition Asia: Sunset Zoo’s newest exhibit opening April 9

Sunset Zoo's newest and long-awaited exhibit, Expedition Asia, is finally opening this Saturday, April 9.

REVIEW: Netflix’s ‘The Ultimatum: Marry or Move On’

The new reality dating show sparks intrigue as it allows long-term couples to explore a new relationship after giving an ultimatum for marriage to their S.O.

How retiring dean of students Pat Bosco found his American dream in K-State

Pat Bosco, vice president of student life and dean of students, will retire in July after nearly 50 years working at K-State, and he said it was the experience of a lifetime.

‘This is Katie’s way’: Turning a family tragedy into a path toward better mental...

Katie's father wanted to find a new way of providing mental health care.

Think Local: 2UW Brush Creek Ranch holds private horse shows during pandemic

The K-State equestrian team hopes to learn and grow at 2UW Brush Creek Ranch amid the pandemic.

Tolkien’s Christmas book brings back warm memories

A compilation of letters J. R. R. Tolkien wrote to his children as Father Christmas, the book compiles over twenty years of letters that glimpse into the esteemed author's role as a father.

Travel and dining auction rings in 25th year this April

The 25th annual travel and dining auction gives students the opportunity to plan, prep and participate in a large event where proceeds are used to benefit student scholarships and clubs.

Get your groove on: Annual K-State Drag Show returns in Studio 54 fashion

Union Program Council will co-sponsor K-State's Annual Drag Show on Friday, April 29, alongside the Sexuality and Gender Alliance and K-State LGBT Resource Center.

Does Gatorade have genuine benefits or is it false advertising?

Nutrition professor shares his views on the sports drink

Difference between romance novels, porn lies in emphasis

Romance novels get a bad rap. A lot of people believe that romance novels are essentially glorified porn for women. It isn't socially acceptable...

Finals Guide: Overstudying detrimental to students, research suggests taking breaks

As yet another semester ends, finals week is upon us — another week of projects, readings, papers and exams. These requirements have been on...

K-State to adopt new policy in response to active shooters

According to a study released by the FBI last September, active shooter incidents in the United States are on the rise.

Ten things to know before getting your wisdom teeth out in your 20s

Wisdom teeth extraction is a painful but manageable experience with these tips and tricks.

No crumb left behind: Kramer promotes food sustainability

Go behind the scenes at Kramer Dining Center to discover what really happens with leftover food.