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Texas musician, popular TikToker lives in the moment with new EP

Singer-songwriter Emma Oliver delivers sad bops, ballads and bold vocals with her new extended play record, "We Are Only a Moment."

Don’t let all that candy go to waste

Whether your mom went crazy buying Easter candy or you get a little too excited about Hershey's Kisses being half-off the day after Easter,...

Faculty led trips allow international exposure for little cost, time

For students looking for an opportunity to experience a new culture and broaden their horizons, the K-State college of business has a solution. Twenty-two...

PlayStation 4 ‘DualShock 4’ controller first impressions

Analysis of the PlayStation 4's "DualShock 4" controller to see if it's a worthy followup to the DualShock 3

Groups rally on proposed sexual discrimination ordinance

The blond boy in a green shirt stood under 3-feet tall outside City Hall. He was not the only child there; several more stood...

The Planner 2-26-10

Empty Bowls "Bowl-a-Thon" at the Manhattan Arts Center. Come make a bowl for the 2010 Manhattan Empty Bowls Project on Sunday, from 7 -...

Websites can help students save money with deals, discounts

With holidays around the corner, it's time to start thinking of ways to save money. Gifts can be quite expensive, but not if you...

Dress for success: K-State’s Career Closet provides students with professional clothing

From interviews to career fairs and more, the Career Closet offers free professional clothing for K-State students.

SALT provides students with access to financial help

Free service for students helps them navigate finances.

Tour gives sneak peek at upcoming video game releases

Between techno music beats, gunshots and artillery explosions, crazy little rabbits screamed across the K-State Student Union Courtyard on Friday night. Though it might...

College students decorate on a budget using thrift finds

College students can use thrifting to set up their living spaces on a budget.

Planning ahead can help save costs on food bills

For every college student who doesn't live at home or have the good fortune to hire a personal chef, eating adequately and cheaply is...

Actors shine in unconventional love story

Released on DVD March 1, "Love and Other Drugs" gives us a not-so-orthodox romantic comedy. The plot often moves around sparingly, almost seeming to...

Tax increase to be decided by citizens

Manhattan City Commissioners voted Tuesday night to place a 0.25 percent sales tax increase on the city elections ballot in April.Reconstructing the City Park...

Researchers develop asthma-detection technology

Smartphone-based technology could diagnose asthma and other respiratory diseases.

Pink Power Luncheon draws record number

Kay Farley is pretty proud of her pink shoes. Taking her foot out of her pink slip-on tennis shoes, she showed off the breast...

Fall fashion affecting men too

Men's fall fashion this year is sure to guarantee some attention from the ladies. Looking dapper will be a breeze; clean cut with a...

The truth about Teacher Evaluations

Students don't think their TEVAL's matter, but they actually document quite a lot.

Proposed bills sparks debate on Internet freedom

SOPA and PIPA – the two acronyms and Congress bills that have sparked heavy Internet debates. Production companies and music industries want their copyrighted...

Positive emotions can boost immune system

Some people are skeptical of flu season hype, and others are applying hand sanitizer on a regular schedule. Whatever end of the spectrum students...