The unlikely heroes of the Nat 1 Podcat take on another dungeon and find out what happens when you cast darkenss.
Don't you feel like something is happening too often? Today we follow our tough friends as rivals from the past come back to haunt them from things they have forgotten. Along the way, ominous words and questionable allies come into the light, to give both wisdom and doom upon the team!
Could the party be able to stand strong against feathers and Fixers and food delivery boxes, all the while gearing up against forces that are yet to come?
Tune in or just enjoy the music and sounds in Nat 1 Podcat Ep 4: [Friends and Foes, Old and New].
David (born in 1990) and Lanie (born in 2002) are from completely different generations, are in very different places in their current lives, and their paths would have never crossed if not because of a marriage. Two unlikely friends sit down to discuss generational differences, random slang, and a potpourri of topics.
Tune in to their very first episode where David and Lanie sit down to introduce themselves as well as share stories of their unlikely friendship.
"Where the only thing that hates the players more then the DM, is the dice rolls!"
The Nat 1 Podcat is your go to source for Dungeons and Dragons entertainment. Appearing every weekend on Wildcat 91.9; follow the adventures through the realm of Rosalia as four unlikely heroes explore the story of Soffir, The Vedalken Order of Scribes Wizard. Marce, a Fallen Aasimar Wizard of the School of Necromancy. Gideon, The Human Warlock of the Hexblade. And Squish, The Oath breaker Kobold Paladin. Together they bring a dysfunctional fun campaign to your ears every Saturday at 6pm on Wildcat 91.9.
Kolby sits down with Columbia University professor Dr. David Kipping to discuss some of David's fascinating ideas and papers on exomoons, turning the earth into a telescope, and whether or not life exists beyond us, somewhere in the space between.
Abilene and Smoky Valley Railroad officials have received an unexpected present as the
railroad nears its 30th anniversary in June.
After filing the required Federal Railroad Administration papers, it was discovered that
the railroad’s iconic 104 year old steam engine, Santa Fe 3415, has one remaining year of
operation before it must be taken out of service and undergo its FRA mandated 15 year
comprehensive inspection. This news comes after the railroad had prepared to begin the
roughly two-year inspection process this season.
Want more information about the Abilene & Smokey Valley Railroad Association? Visit www.asvrr.com for additional updates, donations, and volunteer opportunities.
Ag reporter Hannah Whetstone features a K-State student and her family that runs a beef cattle operation.
Vaguely Local is a podcast focusing on locality while leaving room for variety, focusing on people and issues around Manhattan and beyond.
In this edition of the show, Nick spoke with City Commissioner and now District 22 State Senator Usha Reddi. She’s approaching her 10th year in city government, and in January was selected to replace Tom Hawk in the Kansas Senate – becoming the first Indian and Asian American Senator in State history. The Andhra Pradesh born politician speaks about that fact, how she navigated the pandemic as a human and mayor of Manhattan, and also got into some of the conflict over her decision to remain in city government while stepping into the Statehouse.
K-State Today Events (Feb. 20-26)
Wednesday, Feb. 22 12-1 PM | Lunch with Deans
The College of Arts and Sciences is giving ArtSci graduate students the opportunity to take part in a lunch where they can speak with the deans of the college about their experiences, voice any questions or concerns and enjoy a meal with fellow students.
Lunch with the Dean will take place at noon Wednesday, Feb. 22, in 301 Calvin Hall.
Fine more information at the link below.
Wednesday, Feb. 22, 5:30 - 6:15 PM | Embroidery Machine Demonstration
Go learn about the new Brother PE800 Embroidery Machine! No prior experience is needed. During this demonstration, you'll learn how to hoop fabric, select a design and change thread colors.
Fine more information at the link below.
Friday, Feb. 24, 2023 6:00 - 9:00 PM | Board Game Night
Join UPC for a Wildcat family game night. There will be a variety of board and card games for you to choose from, as well as pizza, snacks, and drinks, all for free! All you need to do is show up! Feel free to bring friends and teach them your favorite games or come solo and join into an existing game and make new friends!
Find more information at the link below.
Summer & Nora; the hosts of the weekday show from 2-4pm on Wildcat 91.9 discuss whether or not they would want an all-expenses paid trip to Europe for 3 months or an all-expenses paid 10 minute trip to the moon.
Swords, Magic, and Fire oh my~! On today's episode, we follow our confident friends as they gather new information on the inhabits of the world and battle in low stakes arenas. All the while uncovering a fiendish plot that could devastate the entire adventure to Briah. Roll the dice! Have a drink! And cheer on or laugh at the party's attempts at success in Episode 3 : How the Turn has Tables.
LISTEN TO EP. 1 HERE
Vaguely Local is a podcast focusing on locality while leaving room for variety, focusing on people and issues around Manhattan and beyond. This first episode, Nick spoke with a pair of guests on a common topic - that being the City of Manhattan’s partnership with the Black Entrepreneurs of the Flint Hills as part of the National League of Cities City Inclusive Entrepreneurship program ; announced in December of 2022.
The program is an effort to address inequity faced by entrepreneurs of color as they seek investment and improve economic mobility for historically marginalized communities, which is now in its fourth year with hundreds of local partners.
Black Entrepreneurs of the Flint Hills Founder and CEO Sheila Ellis-Glasper joined the podcast to discuss what this will look like in Manhattan. In the second half of the program, City Commissioner Linda Morse -- mayor at the time of the announcement -- talks about how the city got into the mix and who the main players were in getting the work started.
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K-State's snowy 160th birthday
On February 16th 2023; Kansas State University turned 160 years old. Due to inclement weather students were unable to celebrate in person. So, Wildcat 91.9/Wildcat Electronic Media felt the need to celebrate by honoring the beauty of our campus and town in this short video.
Happy 160 years K-State!
K-State theatre's latest, upcoming play "A Number" by Caryl Churchill is being directed by K-State theatre student Jackson Berland. Jackson joined the hosts of the Daily Wave to talk about human cloning and the beguiling hour-long psychological thriller that blends topical scientific speculation with a stunning portrait of the relationship between fathers and their sons.
To better understand how human cloning works, Jackson decided to bring a clone machine and have Dawson & Max try it out. It does not goes as planned... Listener discretion advised.
The hosts of the Daily Wave break down echolocation, the 3 kinds of unknowns, and Rick & Morty with Mark Heinz
Dawson and Max are joined on the Daily Wave by Mark Heinz a client support provider at Pawnee Mental Health to discuss all the wonders of life. They break down how echolocation works, what the three kinds of unknowns are and how it all relates to Rick and Morty.
Tune in M/W/F from 8-10am to hear more content like this from the hosts of the Daily Wave!