Letter: We are more

Assistant Professor of journalism and mass communication, Kimetris Baltrip, addresses the need for conversation in the face of diversity and differences

From the president’s desk

A letter from the student body president and vice president.

From the President’s Desk: Jan. 19

The student body president and vice president welcome students back for the spring semester.

October raises awareness, city courts to upgrade software

Tuesday night’s city commission meeting designated October as awareness month for a...

City commission to vote on Dial bond sales, code of ethics

City commissioners will review and vote on two issues at tonight's city commission meeting. The first is the sale of $13 million in bonds...

Commission to discuss City Park pool, public day care

The Manhattan City Commission has five items on the general agenda for the city commission meeting at 7 tonight at City Hall, ranging from...

Rezoning to affect areas near K-State campus

Two city ordinances will change the zoning next to the K-State campus, allowing for more people to live in the area.

Farmers’ corn harvest hopes high despite lower yield forecasts

Corn production yields of 2015 are estimated to be lower than the record-setting yields seen in 2014.

K-State greeks host first Hoops for Hope charity basketball tournament

[Delta Chi and Alpha Delta Pi presented the first Hoops for Hope basketball tournament event at K-State on Saturday.]

Manhattan gets lit with 14th annual Christmas Parade

The community comes together for the annual Mayor's Spirit of the Holidays Parade.

Islamic Center open house attendance rises from last year

The open house aims to educate the Manhattan community on Islam.

Parks and Rec committee plans new, over $20 million indoor facilities

Manhattan committee considers plans for additional indoor recreation facilities.

K-State Theatre to show ‘Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time’ this...

"Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time" was K-State Book Network's selection for 2017. Its play adaptation is now taking stage at the Purple Masque Theater this weekend.

Weekly Horoscopes

Weekly horoscopes are intended for entertainment purposes only and should not be taken seriously.Aquarius Jan. 20 - Feb. 18 If you use the phrase...

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Aries March 21 - April 19Take some time to mess with people this week; make up a fake band and a few bars to...

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Aries March 21 - April 19 Enjoy the winter weather while you can, because it might be 80 degrees on your birthday. It is...