Lymphoma Society benef it features local bands, giveaways

Bands Pazuzu Cabbage, Jonathan and Shhh performed sets to a packed house at Auntie Mae's Thursday night in typical fashion. With the live entertainment...

Balanced Missouri attack awaits Wildcats

Missouri quarterback Chase Daniel might be the man who runs the offense, but there are other playmakers who help make the Tigers click. The receiving...

Japanese Festival shares culture through performances

Hundreds of people milled about the K-State Student Union for the Central Kansas Japanese Festival Saturday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Hosted by...

Martin’s shot comes through in crunch time

Behind closed doors, senior Cartier Martin has been working tirelessly on his jump shot. He has been trying to get his shot back to where...

Binge drinking, over consumption can lead not only to health issues, a variety of...

Dillon Fairchild staff writer Nearly all students at K-State have been warned about the dangers and drawbacks of habitual binge drinking at some point in...

SGA discusses funds

Passing the allocation to Society for Appreciation of Bharatiya Heritage and Arts resolution to bring three Indian singers to the Kansas State University for...

A first-time Sunset Zoo perspective

A trip to Sunset Zoo sounded like a perfect way to start my first Manhattan summer weekend. Matt Binter, the photo editor, and I...

Martin Luther King Jr. Observance Week Offers Activities, Education for Students

Performer Ice-T will speak at 7:30 on Monday night in Forum Hall as part of Martin Luther King, Jr., Week activities from Sunday, Jan....

Union expects big, boa-clad crowd for Rocky Horror Picture Show

This October marks the 30th anniversary of "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" event hosted by the Union Program Council.The pre-show will begin at 10:30...

Traveling Wildcats takes alumni across the globe

Manhattan resident Dave Woolfolk is taking a trip with his family through Traveling Wildcats for the second time in July. Traveling Wildcats is an...

Campus ministry group travels to Haiti for 10-day mission trip

Sam Diederich news editor More than a year ago, the Caribbean nation of Haiti shook with the reverberations of a magnitude 7.0 earthquake. Jostled...

King’s Kitchen

Unfortunately, a meal is not complete without a side dish and dessert. It isn't exactly required, but it just seems to complete the meal....

Concert presents fusion for audience

The two percussionists sat across from each other, fingers flying, beats thumping. The first would call, the other would answer, and the rhythm between...

Sports psychologist helps athletes with mental game

As director of K-State Counseling Services, Fred Newton sees his share of depression, suicide and psychological distress. However, many of his patients struggle with...

Tips for a healthy Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is just one week away. Time flies when you're having fun, or when you are so busy that you can't remember your name...

Photography presentation at Willard Hall draws crowd

Students and visitors packed Willard Hall on Thursday night to see a photography presentation by photographer Robin Dru Germany entitled "Surface Tension." The presentation, held...

Avoiding profanity demonstrates maturity; cussing doesn’t benefit team, university

Editor, What is the need for such poor behavior by our student section at the football games this year? Does it do anyone any good to...

Thanks-Giving and Receiving: Community seeks solutions as food insecurity at K-State increases

COVID-19 presented new challenges for people facing food insecurity, but with the help of Cats' Cupboard, peoples' needs are still being met.

Parking decision made without thought of consequences

It is said when life hands you lemons, make lemonade. And as of Aug. 6, K-State started making enough lemonade for the biggest sour-puss party...

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