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...

Kansas court case indirectly challenges same-sex marriage ban

Nelson v. Kansas Department of Revenue won't strike down Kansas's gay marriage ban, but could provide a stepping stone

Manhattan Public Library aims to support students while Hale recovers

The Manhattan Public Library offers similar online resources found at Hale Library, but it also provides a door to the Manhattan community.

After Tuttle Creek’s major rise in May, flooding still a concern through 2019, city...

Though Tuttle Creek's elevation is dropping, flooding is still a possibility near the major waterways around Manhattan this year.

Walk against sexual violence on Friday features discussion on assault, Title IX

On Friday, April 23, the Wildcat Walk to End Sexual Violence begins at 4 p.m. in City Park.

Fountain wars team designs water-powered technology

K-State team finishes second in international competition The specialized field of water mechanics is a science many do not begin to experiment with until after...

Column: Leadership about betterment, not perfection

A misconception I had about leadership studies before I entered the program was that it would provide guidelines on how to control people.What I...

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...

K-State offers large number of religious groups

College students are often challenged to experience new things and to question everything they previously thought or believed. This can sometimes come as a...

‘My name is Rachel – not Scooter Girl’

Some have seen her zoom by while walking to the library. Some were on their way to the K-State Student Union and had to...

Manhattan woman campaigns to the break silence about taboo subjects of depression, suicide after...

Manhattan resident Martha Stevens can talk calmly about her son, Ian Atchison, who died five years ago this March. She will talk about him...

Column: Huggins hire tops them all

This semester has been one that K-State fans will not soon forget.In the past four months, Wildcat fans have probably experienced every emotion imaginable.K-State...

Panama disease rots plant from inside out, threatens future of the common banana

Bananas are America's favorite fresh fruit. Every year Americans eat more of them than apples and oranges combined. But unlike apples, for which 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...

Celebrate the past: Historical events should not be disregarded, forgotten

In classrooms and homes, on campuses and newsstands, the story of our past is disappearing. At a time when citizens have access to more...

Former K-State football player shares memories of integration

When Ron Prince, K-State's head football coach, searched for the words to describe Veryl Switzer, he found two: "a pioneer." Switzer was the first black...

Sex, booze, KSU: The party and hookup scene in the Little Apple

Recent interviews of students at KU show what is portrayed to be a very loud party scene. K-State students seem to think theirs is slightly different.

Clothes shopping for alternatives to sweatshop labor exist within Manhattan community

Shopping at thrift or resale stores supports local commerce, provides ethical alternatives for consumers who are concerned with sweatshop labor used in major clothing brands

Search for serial rapist continues, police urge students to stay safe

Local police encourage students to stay vigilant as the Kansas college rapist investigation continues.

Riled up in Riley County: A look at the 2018 county fair

The county fair begins Thursday with a parade and ends on Monday.