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Chalk it to me: Cats for Life shares pro-life message through sidewalk chalk

The student organization Cats for Life is sharing a pro-life message with sidewalk chalk on campus.

G’s Jazz Bar offers live music, fresh atmosphere for Manhattanites

A typical bar scene often includes raucous music, overcrowding and the inability to carry a conversation. Most K-State students are grateful for these venues,...

Some traditional fashion “rules” were meant to be broken

Myth No. 1: "Full-figured women should not wear prints." Size should not determine what you should and should not wear. The general rule is...

K-Staters lobby for funds at State Higher-Ed Day

Students from universities around Kansas, including K-State, traveled to Topeka Tuesday morning to meet with state representatives and senators and lobby for more state...

JK Review: Just Salad offers new spicy, tangy options in Manhattan

Just Salad opened this week in the K-State Student Union.

Skrillex ‘drops it hard’ with The Doors in 4th EP ‘Bangarang’

Electronic music is rapidly taking over as the genre of the future, whether the music purists like it or not. Sure, electronic music may...

Fire at 900 Kearney

Fear and flames engulfed the lives and property of the residents on the 900 block of Kearney Street on Sunday night. Around 5:48 p.m....

THINK LOCAL: Beach Museum of Art highlights feminist works

The Beach Museum of Art’s collection ‘Voices’ shows off second-wave feminist works, including pieces by Kansas State alumnae.

Bulletins 10-26-09

The Konza Prairie Quilters Guild is presenting the "Think Pink: Quilt Show" from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday throughout October at...

Urban scores big with new album “Fuse”

"Fuse" Keith Urban's newest album, was released last week in two different versions. The regular version is $10 and includes 13 songs, while the...

Classic story created through troubled childhood

The children's story "Where the Wild Things Are," written and illustrated by Maurice Sendak, deals with the story of an angst-ridden child named Max,...

13th annual Miss Black and Gold Pageant showcases women’s intelligence, elegance

The Kappa Tau chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha's 2011 Miss Black and Gold Pageant was in Forum Hall in the K-State Student Union Saturday...

Mary Kohn and the changing vowels of Kansas

Language evolves, and with attention to detail, you may notice it happening right before your eyes or ears.

Students take advantage of free workout opportunities offered on campus

Group fitness classes offered at K-State Recreational Services provide students with a workout environment full of energy

Proper food handling techniques can reduce risk of food borne illnesses

For students cooking for themselves, the risks of getting a food borne illness, typically caused by bacteria such as staphylococcus or E. coli, is...

Tales of a cinephiliac: ‘A Walk in the Woods ‘

I am a 21-year-old gal who lives in the movie theater. Popcorn drenched in butter is my kryptonite, and I get an unparalleled joy viewing trailers. I have no shame in vicariously living through films. These are my tales in the cinema.

Entertainment briefs: Windows 8.1 announced, tallest roller coaster opens

'Curse of Chucky' trailer releasedThe fifth movie in the "Child's Play" series has been announced. "The Curse of Chucky" will feature the original voice...

This weekend to feature Cinco de Mayo festivities in local community

For some students, this weekend will include a special celebration — this Sunday is May 5, or Cinco de Mayo. A holiday mainly celebrated...

Student recounts war protest outside Petraeus lecture

I spend about half an hour trying on shirt-tie-sweater combos and listening to music videos on Youtube.com. My favorite is called "Everyday Normal Guy,"...

Media industry could still use improvement in LGBT depiction

From racist caricatures to the modern entertainment industry, groups of people considered to be a minority have always been misrepresented to some extent. The...