REVIEW: ‘The Pope’s Exorcist’
The latest horror movie to hit theaters is a mixture of strong character-driven scenes and unnecessarily over-the-top action.
Happy Hippie opens in Aggieville: ‘Public Hall in a different font’
The smoothie shop replacing Public Hall features a long menu and an array of blenders.
GALLERY: IDSF fashion showcase
The Department of Interior Design and Fashion Studies hosted the Showcase of Excellence fashion show. The event featured K-State fashion studies students along with...
‘Bluey:’ The kids show adults can enjoy too
TikTok’s algorithm has tried to entertain me with a blue, australian-accented cartoon dog for a few months now.
The Neighbourhood celebrates debut album with alternate version
The original album had its highlights and shortcomings, but the alternative “Chopped Not Slopped” album is a headache to sit through.
A chat with comedian Brian Regan
Brian Regan returns to McCain Auditorium.
Ramadan: A student’s experience
Muslims around the world celebrate the holy month of Ramadan, a time of fasting, prayer and spiritual reflection.
Passover: A student’s experience
“Passover is easily one of, if not the most, important holiday in the year,” Wilhelm Wiedow, graduate student in architecture, said.
“Flowers and Freedom”: Gallery by Pablo Diaz Carballo in need of a rebrand
Pablo Diaz Carballo’s floral artwork is on display at the Manhattan Arts Center
Review: ‘The Super Mario Bros. Movie’
The movie adaptation of the Mario video game franchise is sure to entertain longtime fans.
Rockin’ Summer: The Arts in the Park summer concert series
Arts in the Park teams up with The Press for a summer of diverse entertainment in City Park.
Students host bake sale in Lilly Koehn’s honor
On Monday, April 17, Alpha Chi Omega and Kansas State’s Bakery Science Club will host a bake sale in honor of Lillyan Koehn
Think Local: MHK Caravan trailers are perfect for graduation parties
On Sept. 24, 2022, Tara Gieber, entrepreneurship instructor at Kansas State, and her husband Greg Gieber launched MHK Caravan.
Coffee and community: The Dusty Bookshelf hosts The Latte Art Throwdown
Coffee enthusiasts from all over Kansas competed in The Dusty Bookshelf’s Latte Art Throwdown on Tuesday.
Fahrenheit 451: The imagined has become real
Ray Bradbury’s ‘Fahrenheit 451’ follows Guy Montag in his dystopian society as he fights against anti-intellectualism and book burning.
Think Local: 2UW Ranch Apartments
Mary Ubel is a Kansas State University graduate, military veteran and owner of 2UW Brush Creek Ranch.
‘Anything and everything counts’: Clean out your closet and help the Crisis Center
The Spring Closet Cleanout is a donation drive run by student Katelyn Andrist benefitting The Crisis Center.
Carat the ‘Easter Bunny,’ Danenberg Jewelers’ newest hire
Danenberg Jewelers is hosting Carats the rabbit for the Easter season courtesy of Trieb Tribe WABbitry
Think Local: 2UW Ranch
Located 16 miles outside of Manhattan in Westmoreland, Kansas, Mary Ubel runs a ranch built on a foundation of peace, faith and world champion-level horsemanship.
The K-State Insect Zoo: So fly
The K-State Insect Zoo educates the public and students on entomology and offers an up-close look at insects.