UPDATE: Manhattan resident’s car vandalized with racial slurs and threats, latest in string of...

A car was found covered in racial threats and slurs Wednesday morning at Prime Place Apartments on Claflin Rd. in Manhattan.

Industrial hemp in Kansas: A possible avenue for a sustainable future

Industrial hemp in Kansas may provide new avenues for sustainability and prosperity, but it does face some challenges.

Peaceful protests continue in Manhattan as locals rally in City Park

Several hundred locals gathered in City Park and marched around its perimeter to protest against police brutality.

“Save EMAW” goes viral

For the last 50 years, Every Man a Wildcat, or EMAW, has been a common phrase to hear around the K-State campus. But in...

Sexual predators use a variety of drugs to sedate victims

"I always wondered why they were called 'roofies', cause you're more likely to end up on the floor than the roof. They should call...

Pompeo visits campus, talks about ISIL, gay marriage

Congressman Mike Pompeo visited the campus Tuesday to discuss his views

Printing on demand to provide students with course materials quicker

Getting textbooks for a class can sometimes be troublesome for students, particularly if the store runs out of copies and has to order more....

Search and seizure discussion

Search and seizure laws naturally attract controversy, and finding the line between law enforcement and citizens' rights is difficult. To jump-start a conversation about these...

Students attribute poor time management skills, busy schedules to lack of sleep

Late nights at the library and cramming for finals or a big group project are a necessary evil for many college students. Coupling that...

Aggieville Business Association will no longer organize, promote Fake Patty’s Day

The evolution of Fake Patty's Day started in 2007 when Kansas State students were unable to celebrate Manhattan's St. Patrick's Day race and parade because of spring break.

No magical cure for hangovers, just tips for before, after drinking

As a non-traditional student, I have been drinking a fair number of years longer than many of you, and have decided to pass on...

Manhattan Meat Market celebrates grand opening downtown

Local K-State alumni open Manhattan's first butcher shop.

Rising temperatures affect pets, decrease animal appetites

The summer heat has captured headlines all over the nation; the triple-digit temperatures have caused concerns for farming, droughts and even heat poisoning. Many...

Brian Brushwood’s bizarre magic wows audience

Brian Brushwood tries to avoid referring to his act as a ‘magic show.’ “When you hear the phrase ‘magic show,’ you tend to think of a...

’90s music, fashions shape today’s trends

The next time someone ridicules the holes in your jeans or your backwards baseball hat, blame it on the '90s. The decade most college students...

Public humiliation most effective form of punishment

Since the beginning of time, humans have relied on the positive encouragement of their peers. There...

AIB responds to accusations of potential link to salmonella outbreak

The American Institute of Baking, a Manhattan-based company, is a well-known corporation in the food industry, specializing in food safety and research. However, a...

Superstitions linked to feelings of helplessness, personality traits

According to a recent undergraduate research study at K-State, individuals who routinely engage in superstitious behaviors are likely to have trouble making decisions and...

Bill Snyder’s grandson, Matthew Snyder, dead at 22

Matthew Snyder, the grandson of head football coach Bill Snyder and the son of assistant head coach Sean Snyder, was found dead Wednesday, according...

KU cheerleaders come forward with hazing allegations

Two University of Kansas cheerleaders share their account of what they call a hazing incident