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Junior in apparel and textiles exhibits collection at Kansas City Fashion Week

Junior in apparel and textiles Gracie Key said her collection was inspired by a famous first lady.

Union Programming Council’s Farmers Market returns to campus

The K-State Farmers Market on September 28 was a success, according to the Union Programming Council.

Student travels on Obama campaign

    The political trail is often a long and exhausting road that leads to victory or defeat. Supporters of a particular candidate or cause...

If approved, Discovery Center could be cornerstone of downtown redevelopment

Construction of the proposed Flint Hills Discovery Center, on the intersection of 3rd and Pierre streets, will allow the city of Manhattan to receive...

Students meet librarians for their college, department

Meet Your Librarian on Monday, Sept. 9, gave students a chance to meet their academic service librarian in the Dave and Ellie Everitt Learning Commons.

Randy Rogers Band gives loud, rousing performance at Wareham

Randy Rogers and his band continued the Texas music invasion of Manhattan with an electrifying performance Wednesday night at the Wareham Opera House. From...

Bucket List Adventures: Geocaching

K-State senior Rachel Nyhart explains geocaching and shares her own experience.

K-State by the numbers

35 - Flavors of ice cream offered at Call Hall’s Dairy Bar. Purple Pride, which tastes like blueberries, is a campus classic, but other...

Changing City

Sunset Zoo building new gibbons exhibit The Sunset Zoo broke ground for a new gibbons exhibit on the Asian Forest Trail on Saturday. When completed,...

K-State daily briefs

A 5.6 magnitude earthquake hit central Oklahoma at approximately 10:53 p.m. The epicenter was located four miles east of the city of Sparks in...

Editor’s reading list: ‘A Marriage in Dog Years’ by Nancy Balbirer

Nancy Balbirer's 2018 memoir tells of a year of trials with her marriage and her dog's declining state of health.

JK Rowling tells a new Harry Potter story on her website

NEW YORK (AP) - Eight years after writing the last of her "Harry Potter" novels, J.K. Rowling is still adding to the boy wizard's...

Married students reflect back on their weddings

Married students shed light on the benefits and privileges of being married young, offering advice to students who are going through the same processes they did not too long ago

Intramural sports often overlooked

In high school, sports are standardized for the most part. Students are offered athletic choices within their schools and occasionally within youth groups and...

Puzzle Pack Answers: Oct. 27

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Save money during holidays by planning ahead

Advice from Powercat Financial Counseling to have a more financially responsible holiday season

Stylish spring break reading list

Fashion books to style up your spring break, these are the must reads

Meet the candidate: McKinley aims to serve people, provide northern Riley County with an...

Greg McKinley wants to serve the people, not be in a position of power.

The Earl Project presents veterans with creative outlets: ‘It doesn’t make you seem like...

The Earl Project is a workshop designed to give soldiers and veterans an avenue to express themselves through art.

Shoe store opens in Aggieville

Cute, affordable, different. If you've been wondering about the store that has replaced Zotci's Attire in Aggieville, those three words are what The Purple Pump's...