As a Finance major, a good chunk of my college education revolves around the concept of minimizing cost and maximizing profit -or in other words, getting your money’s worth. So this is a concept I think about quite often, and a lot of times it finds its way into my personal life as well. We all like to get our money’s worth when we spend it, especially being college students, but if you are having a hard time running out of month before running out of money, here are some things you can try to maybe stretch your dollar just a little bit further. Continue reading “Getting Your Money’s Worth: Part I”
Category: K-State Experience
Senior in Education – English
Hometown: Harrisonville, Missouri
Nickname/Spirit Animal: Polar Bear
If you’ve watched K-State football in recent years, you’ll recognize this name. Travis Britz, one of the top defensive tackles in the Big 12 during his time on the K-State football team (2012-2015) and voted a team captain during his senior year, is undoubtedly a great player; but what’s more, he’s a great person as well. Read on to learn about this awesome guy!
Read on to learn some helpful methods for not crying your way through mid-terms.
For a while since I’ve moved back to Manhattan I had not fully understood football or the experience around a football game. I had not grown up watching the sport so I did not know enough about it. Well, having been at K-State for a while now and given how much everyone around town gets excited about the football program here, I could not help but get on the bandwagon -and to be honest, it has been a fun ride. So here are three things I learned being a K-State football fan. Continue reading “Beyond The Football Game”
Senior in Secondary Education – Spanish
Hometown: Shenzhen, China
Favorite Fun Fact: Octopuses have two hearts
Spirit Animal: Cat
Do you think trying new things is scary? This K-State student moved to a different country to go attend college!
Associate Vice President for Student Life and
Director of New Student Services
From Olivet, Kansas
Strengths: Maximizer, Arranger, Individualization, Learner, and Achiever
This phenomenal woman is someone that you need to know.
In college, your family is far away. Who is going to be there when you flunk a test or can’t figure out how to air up your tire? Who will encourage, love and support you in this strange, new collegeland? Answer: Your friends! Continue reading “To my sisters: The case for building fierce female friendships in college”
Growing up I LOVED Wizard of Oz. Like I mean wore-the-blue-checkered-dress-all-day-every-day, watched-the-movie-on-repeat and had-a-wizard-of-oz-themed-birthday-party kind of love.
My name is Malorie, and I am K-State’s newest blogger! Read on to learn some weird facts about my life and see what kind of posts I’ll be making.
It was almost three years ago when I first set foot on campus here. It was winter break time so Manhattan was not very crowded. Ironically, at the time I had no idea where I was. I mean, I knew I was at the home of Kansas State University, but it was not until I started school here the following Fall did I really know where I was and what this place really is and what it stands for.