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.

Locals discuss ‘glory days’ of Aggieville

Locals discuss how Aggieville has changed over the years.

Top 10 civil rights leaders

We were all taught about the civil rights movement in history class, but this fight is an ongoing battle that is still happening in...

REVIEW: ‘Ralph Breaks the Internet’ an average movie, but enjoyable for all

The second installment of the "Wreck-It Ralph" series has been done before, but still is fun to watch.

From Japan to K-State: The story behind the glass artwork in the Union

Ohno's work is displayed around the world, from the Imperial Palace in Japan to the K-State Student Union.

Be Able Community Center gives struggling Manhattan residents a place to rebuild

The community center, founded by Scott Voos, works to form relationships and spread empathy within the community.

St. Isidore’s church to close chapel doors April 5, begin final renovation phase

On April 5, St. Isidore’s close the chapel doors to begin the final phase of construction that will last until 2022. This renovation will update many of the church's systems as well as double its size.

Students donate plasma in exchange for extra cash

"People are motivated to donate because they are able to help others … as well as be rewarded for their time and efforts," Rhonda Sciarra, Director of Communications for the CSL Plasma Center said.

Study abroad program in full swing as students embrace overseas education

Education Abroad advisor Kelly Plazibat said K-State is better prepared to handle COVID-19 abroad through its new insurance policy.

‘This is home to me’: Yuma Street, Douglass Center represent rich history of Black...

Built in 1942, the Douglass Center started as United Service Organization (USO) and served as a recreational spot for Black soldiers.

Five years, three records: ‘California’ by Blink-182

Blink-182's album "California" received less-than-stellar fan reviews in 2016, but a revisit might have some admitting they enjoyed it.

Manhappenin’ Magazine celebrates ‘Yesterday’ in Spring 2022 edition

Manhappenin' Magazine is hosting its semi-annual release party for its new edition at Yard Bar on Thursday, April 14, 2022.

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.

Britt’s Garden Acres annual pumpkin patch set to reopen

Britt’s Garden Acres pumpkin patch includes petting zoo, corn maze and more.

Legendary ghost haunts Purple Masque Theatre

Footsteps echoed, pacing back and forth above the actors' heads. As they stared fearfully at the ceiling, a girl asked, "Is somebody up there?...

Memories remain 25 years after riot

Twenty-five years ago today, Aggieville became home to one of the nation's first college-sport inspired riots. Oct. 13, 1984, after K-State defeated the University...

K-State traditions through the years

K-State family continues to partake in many old traditions.

Mind and body Q&A: How fitness helps mental health

Emily Mailey, associate professor of kinesiology, talks about how physical health relates to mental health.

K-State professor works to promote women in engineering

Amy Betz inspires fellow women in engineering by standing up against gender biases.

Turning passion into pottery: K-State ceramics instructor shares artistic journey

Flor Widmar, K-State ceramics instructor, shares her story of choosing a career she was passionate about.