K-State Marathon Club trains to run in Boston Marathon in April

Editor's Note: This article was completed as an assignment for a class in the A.Q. Miller School of Journalism and Mass Communications. Running is often...

Lifters must use right technique in bench press, squat to build strength safely

By Trent ScottKansas State CollegianThe bench press is the lift to do if you want bulging pectoral muscles, and for most lifters, it is...

Earbud Evil: the bells toll for us

Editor's note: This is the 14th segment of "Earbud Evil," a fictional story the Collegian is publishing daily until spring break. It follows...

Huelskamp holds first recent Manhattan Town Hall meeting

Manhattan's new congressman Tim Huelskamp spoke last Friday, Aug. 23, about issues facing Americans today. In 2012, Manhattan was moved into Kansas' 1st Congressional...

Love bites: Single life frees from jealousy, nagging, cover-stealers

For more than two years now, I have been what some consider to be the worst thing on earth: single. You know the type:...

Allocations passed, introduced in Student Senate meeting

K-State Student Governing Association's Student Senate convened last night in the Big 12 Room of the K-State Student Union. After the meeting was called...

Nebraska showcases much more polished version of West Coast Offense

Judging from K-State's 21-3 loss to Nebraska on Saturday, the West Coast Offense apparently can improve with age. Nebraska coach Bill Callahan is in...

Veteran Center changes name, expands focus

The newly named Military Affiliated Resource Center provides resources for those in the military-affiliated community, answers questions about veteran benefits and builds community.

Student says goodbye to Coffee Hour Series

A special Coffee Hour Series presentation was held at the International Student Center on Friday afternoon. It was special not just because it was...

Employees: Arts center good way to stay involved in community

For art-centric Manhattan residents and K-State students who want to partake in theater, learn to sculpt pottery or just sit and listen to a...

Retirement ceremony honors 12 soldiers

A retirement ceremony honored 12 former members of Fort Riley on Wednesday, June 27, in Ware Parade Field. Ten out of 12 retirees were...

Bomb threat, power outage disrupt Manhattan

A bomb threat shut down the Riley County Courthouse while a power outage left more than 1,000 Manhattan residents in the dark.

Local man’s body found

Police found a local man dead in his apartment, according to a report from the Riley County Police Department. Steven Hill, 54, of 300...

Aug. 13 storm causes about $300K in damage to Anderson Hall

Friday the 13th did not fail its reputation this month, bringing with it raging winds and severe weather that ripped through campus.The late-afternoon storm...

‘Ville home to several history-rich bars, legends, locations

Aggieville is not only a great place to hang out but is also a place of history. Apart from being home to the world's...

Local and state talking points

Former Air Force Col named head of UAS at K-State Salina, two K-State professors get $5,000 awards, and a bank robbery in Kansas City

Gotcha!: Pranks provide scares, laughs

Pranks are one of life's most wonderful treats, and the only way to improve upon a prank is to plan one that goes off...

Students displaced by COVID-19 to be counted based on school residence, Census Bureau says

College students temporarily at home should still be counted based on where they live when they're at school.

Zombie-themed haunted house seeks volunteer actors to frighten attendees

Daniel Stewart junior staff writer The Riley Haunted Attraction Committee is seeking volunteer student actors for its second annual haunted house. This year's theme is...

True Pride is Purple

Dear editor, There's a great shirt that reads "Real fans bleed Purple." My wardrobe is 65 percent K-State with 80 percent being purple. The...
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