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The independent student news publication at Kansas State University

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Ball in hand, guard Gabby Gregory turns away from the basket against Portland in K-States 78-65 round of 64 victory over the Pilots. Gregory led scoring with a season-high 22 points.

Wildcats land round of 64 win despite turbulence from Portland Pilots

Luke Lazarczyk, sports editor March 22, 2024
K-State opens Manhattan March Madness with 78-65 win as Lee-Gregory-Sundell score 59 combined.
The Next-Gen K-State theme for March is Research and Discovery Innovation. David Rosowsky, team lead for the initiative, said K-State hopes to increase research expenditures by 50% by 2030. (Photo courtesy of David Rosowsky)

Next-Gen K-State to advance Research and Discovery Innovation

Meredith McCalmon, news editor March 21, 2024
Initiative aims to grow research expenditures to $300 million by 2030.
Janiya Cato was elected chair of the Big 12 Council on Black Student Government at this years Big 12 Conference on Black Student Government. The event was held from Feb. 29 to March 2 at Iowa State. (Photo Courtesy of Janiya Cato)

K-State Black Student Union receives awards at Big 12 conference on Black Student Government

Victor Monterroza, staff writer March 21, 2024
BSU members from around the country gathered at Iowa State
Guard Cam Carter puts his hand up in the 3 sign after hitting a 3-pointer against Iowa State. Carter went 3-8 on 3s in the 65-58 upset, finishing the game with 21 points.

BREAKING: Cam Carter enters transfer portal

Luke Lazarczyk, sports editor March 21, 2024
The junior guard transfers after averaging 14.6 PPG.
Unofficial election results for Kansas Presidential Preference Primary Tuesday.

Biden and Trump win Kansas Presidential Preference Primary

Carter Schaffer, editor-in-chief March 20, 2024
Both candidates clinched their parties’ nominations a week prior.
The womens basketball team celebrates after hearing their name called as the No. 4 seed in March Madness. This allows Manhattan to host the first two rounds of the tournament and gives K-State home court.

Joy, excitement and relief: K-State’s selection show watch party and journey ahead 

Luke Lazarczyk, sports editor March 19, 2024
Wildcats go wild for No. 4 seed with eyes focused on home court and March Madness success.
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