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Former K-State punter Nick Walsh wants to find his place in country music and Nashville.
The Old Cowtown Museum is an open-air museum in Wichita that details the history of a typical American settler's life in the late 1800s. The museum features an interactive experience, historic buildings and thousands of artifacts.
Kansas State elective courses give students the chance to explore topics they might not come across in their majors.
Embarking on a coffee shop crawl, the best pumpkin spice lattes in Manhattan were tried and rated.
Manhattan's MuttSchool is searching for business owners and dog lovers to participate in the Pooch Playoffs, a competition designed to raise scholarship funds for those in need of assistance dogs.
Marta Richenburg and Payton Lynn are running for student body president and vice president in the upcoming SGA election. The duo hopes to be the change on campus and advocate for students who do not feel heard.
Built in 1942, the Douglass Center started as United Service Organization (USO) and served as a recreational spot for Black soldiers.
The Intercollegiate Horse Show Association team wrapped up the regular season, winning its last show as well as two riders competing in regionals.
Delta Upsilon hosted the ninth-annual Miss K-State competition on Tuesday, April 12.
Colleen Hoover's "It Ends With Us" gives TikTokers an atypical romance story post-college in Boston.
On May 13 in Forum Hall, first-generation students and their families will gather for a celebration of commencement.
Freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors share their thoughts on being back at Kansas State.
Tanner's is more than just a bar. Between sports on their multitude of TVs, weekly specials, and games, there's never a dull moment to be found.
Nutrition professor shares his views on the sports drink
Two toilets are better than one in the bathrooms of McCain Auditorium, and here is why.
Different generations of K-Staters reflect on the changes in homecoming events
Saurav Pathak, assistant professor of entrepreneurship, makes the two-hour trip to from his home in Overland Park to K-State to teach every week.
The beginning of the Chinese courses at K-State focus on pronunciation.
Upon graduation, Tanner Sneed, senior in social sciences, plans to help run his family hemp farm: Always Sunny Hemp and Bee Farm.