Twitter users have taken to one social media platform to explain why they still use the other.
The Oxford Dictionary selected the 'Face with Tears of Joy' emoji as its 2015 word of the year.
Twitter users share Anti-bully Week activities in attempt to raise awareness for bullying as an issue.
Friday, Nov. 13 left million around the world mourning events that ranged from terror attacks to natural disasters.
Twitter users are sharing how they spend their holidays every year.
Dozens killed and hundreds injured in a twin bombing in Beirut.
On Veterans Day, veterans are thanked by Americans nationwide.
[Regardless of whether you call it Remembrance Day, Armistice Day or Veteran's Day, show gratitude for those who have sacrificed for their country with #LestWeForget]
Those making minimum wage nationwide, joined together in a fight for $15 minimum wage Tuesday.
The Pixar sequel "Finding Dory" released the movie trailer today.
Equal Pay Day acknowledges equal pay for women in U.K. and increases awareness worldwide.
Twitter users are taking advantage of the hashtag "be brave in 4 words" to say things they wouldn't normally say.
K-State's athletic director John Currie joined us on Ask Me Live.
Black University of Missouri football players boycott, supported by teammates and joined by other students, due to a string of racist incidents on campus.
The Twitter community trends #YouWereSoHotUntil, sharing mainly humorous experiences under the hashtag.
Today is National Stress Awareness Day and Twitter wants to help you relax.
British junior doctors will proceed with industrial action ballot after government proposes changes to contract.
People tweet about what can make them happy using three words.
The Collegian hosted a live Q-and-A with K-State's provost and senior vice president.
No day off for K-State.