Wi-Fi struggles cause problems for students

K-State has over 2,000 wireless access points, but students wonder if that is enough to ensure good Wi-Fi connections.

K-State, KU ‘Think Pink’ this weekend

When K-State and KU play Saturday, it will be about more than a rivalry. The game will focus on fighting for a cure to a...

Speaker, workshop promote use of nonviolent communication

Self-realization is the key to peaceful and productive relationships, said Molly Traffas, the speaker at the "Let's Talk it Out" workshop that was part...

K-State volleyball team takes on unbeaten Nebraska

The K-State women's volleyball team will have the opportunity to do to No. 1-ranked Nebraska what no team has done so far this season. Beat...

Jars of Clay to play at McCain Sunday

Jars of Clay, a Dove Award-winning contemporary Christian band, will perform at 5 p.m. Sunday at McCain Auditorium. Thomas Jackson, marketing and development officer for...

Ag Summit 2018 encourages student involvement in the future of farming

The Kansas Agricultural Growth Summit drives the discussion on change in agriculture while opening doors for students' careers.

Nutter’s Midweek Musings

Wednesday conundrums while Wildcat Nation mourns the loss of former quarterback Dylan Meier.• I would like to offer my condolences to anyone who...

Wind energy develops at K-State

Kansas has an abundance of wind flow throughout the state, enough that the U.S. Department of Energy has taken notice and made K-State the...

Wefald throws for the three touchdown during annual President’s Game

The revolving door of quarterbacks has left K-State with two signal callers on its roster physically able to play. Coach Ron Prince might have...

Local talking points

Board of Reagents change admission qualifications, Funds available through Open Access Publishing fund, K-State United Way Committee still accepting donations, K-State Book Network accepting applications for student, faculty awards

Students to present K-State’s history today

K-State students today might consider it odd if they were dunked in water for not wearing overalls and a bandana. But during the 1920s...

The Blotter 10-21-20

TUESDAY Daniel Michael Marschall, of the 1400 block of Humboldt St., was booked for burglary and battery. Bond was set at $3,000. Virginia Kathleen Vaughn, of...

Basketball team showing little signs of improvement

I go to the Peters Recreation Complex every once in a while and play pickup basketball games with a bunch of people I've never...

Dedication to faith shown by Muslims during Ramadan should be commended

The Fast of Ramadan ended last week with the festival of Eid ul-Fitr. During this month-long fast, Muslims spend much time in prayer and worship....

Photos: Kedzie Hall remains without power

Kedzie Hall’s power was disrupted on Saturday after an underground cable was broken, possibly in relation to a lightning strike. The building has been...

K-State Salina raising money for rat training

The K-State Salina Students in Free Enterprise group has found a new pet project: raise money for trained rats in Africa to detect land...

IHOP, Taco Bell – but not Olive Garden – included as part of redevelopment

Rumors have been circulating through Manhattan about which restaurants will be introduced as part of the city's redevelopment program. Olive Garden and the International House...

Cloned animals not necessary to sustain U.S. food supply

Cloned beef? No, thank you. The FDA's recent approval of cloned animals for introduction into the food supply offers no direct or immediate benefit to...

Career Center updates employment software

K-State is phasing out the Career Center's old Career and Employment Services' platform and implementing a new job recruitment app called Handshake.

Commissioners raise concerns on zoo addition

While the rest of the nation awaited results on new candidates for political office Tuesday, the city commission met to discuss the "Take Charge...