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K-State rodeo celebrates 75 years, home event this weekend

K-State is set to host its annual intercollegiate rodeo this weekend, celebrating 75 years as a sports club. After the home event was canceled this past year, the team is excited to return.

Me, Myself and I: Celebrating self-love on Valentine’s Day

Valentine's Day does not always need to involve going out or having a significant other to celebrate with. I decided to commit to loving myself and treating myself this year, and had my favorite Valentine's Day to date.

College Cooking: Tips and tricks for navigating the kitchen

Tips for staying on a budget and learning new skills and recipes while cooking in college.

Black students find community through Black Student Union

Breanna Palmer, sophomore in mass communication, shares more about the Black Student Union as part of her mini-series dedicated to Black history, influence and culture in Manhattan, Kansas.

Miss Kansas marches to beat of her own drum

Taylor Clark, member of the Kansas State Marching Band, was crowned as 2021's Miss Kansas. Through years of pageants, she takes the year off of school to travel in her role, gaining positive experiences along the way.

Local dog training facility raises funds for those needing therapy and service dogs

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.

Renting Rules: Basic tips for renting in Manhattan

Renting is a lot more than just signing a lease agreement and putting a deposit down. Renting comes with to-do's, tours, research and plenty of questions. Here are a few of the basics to consider before renting for the fall.

Celebrating Valentine’s Day in the Little Apple

Explore different options for your Valentine's Day plans. Several Manhattan businesses are offering V-Day specials, so check out their websites and social media for more information.

‘The Ox-Bow Incident’: Novel set in 1885 has something to tell us in 2022

Walter Van Tilburg Clark's "The Ox-Bow Incident" stands the test of time with relevant thoughts for today.
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Campaigns kick off for this year’s student body president, vice president

SGA elections will be held Feb. 22-23, but some Kansas State students struggle to find information on our student government.

College students decorate on a budget using thrift finds

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

Wordle: The five-letter brain-game taking the world by storm

Have you started playing the online game?

K-State Theatre and Ebony Theatre presents Pulitzer Prize-winning play ‘Sweat’ opening Feb. 3

Crewmembers have been working for the past four weeks on the show "Sweat," showcasing this weekend at the Chapman Stage in Nichols Hall.

Disney’s ‘Encanto’ filled with great music, important life lessons

"Encanto" is a great movie with lots of lessons to keep in mind for ourselves as well as others in our lives.

Pride of Wildcat Land marched its way through Kansas, Texas in jam-packed season

Although there were some hiccups at the beginning, the band continued putting in the work and getting results.

Manhattan Cocktail competition crowns a winner

The winning cocktail will be served for guests to enjoy at K-State's School of Music, Theatre and Dance Scholarship Extravaganza, which is a premier fundraiser for students in that department.

New coffee shop inspires vintage traveling, community environment

Based on owner Heather Hnizdil's love for all things vintage and travel, Manhattan's new coffee shop, Flight Crew, features a unique theme and atmosphere.

Civil rights teach-in highlights important topics surrounding diversity, inclusion and equity

The civil rights teach-in was a platform for students and faculty to discuss and educate about multicultural topics and studies.

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.

Houseplant Parenting: Livening up your living space in college

Read on to learn how to pick the right plant for your collegiate space.
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