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Manhattan Town Center: ‘We are strong and vibrant’

The Manhattan Town Center is a staple for K-State students and residents looking for downtown entertainment.

From books to buttons: K-State senior opens business showcasing Wildcat pride

Student entrepreneur runs The 2econd Row while enrolled full-time at K-State.

Wild horses at the Kansas State Fair

Thirty-two youth took on the challenge of taming a one-year-old mustang in three months.

Banned Book Highlight: “Speak” by Laurie Halse Anderson

"Speak" is a relevant banned book about surviving sexual assault.

Pokémon’s ‘The Teal Mask’: Short does not mean sweet

The first of “Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet’s” two-parter DLC, "The Teal Mask” left much to be desired in its quick playthrough.

Underrated MHK study spots

The five most underrated study spaces in Manhattan.

REVIEW: Bargain Boutique

The Bargain Boutique on Poyntz Avenue is a great new option for Manhattan shoppers.

Bags, boys and the chase

Meet Me in Manhattan

Starbucks’ fall 2023 menu items ranked

What drink or pastry gives you the most bang for your buck this pumpkin spice season?

Be the life of your own party

Meet Me in Manhattan is a recurring column where Bella shares the ins and outs of navigating college life in MHK.

Where Are They Now: ‘The Bachelor’ star Sean Lowe

Former K-State football player and "The Bachelor" star Sean Lowe talks social media and K-State memories.

REVIEW: “The Crucible” is missing large plot points

Alycea Hammond shares her frustrations with the classic, "The Crucible."

A brief, vulgar history of the ‘KU chant’

The "F*** KU" chant is more controversial than ever, but the past, present and future of sporting chants at K-State is something more students should know about.

‘How low can you go?’: The history of the ‘Cha Cha Slide’

Whether you "slide to the left" or "slide to the right," chances are you've heard the "Cha Cha Slide."

‘What Were You Wearing?’ exhibit shares stories from sexual assault survivors

"What Were You Wearing?," an art installation hosted by CARE, is on display in the Mark A. Chapman Gallery through April 19.

Anonymous source speaks about experience with spiked drinks

Jane Doe talks about her experiences after drinking spiked drinks.

REVIEW: ‘Bohemian Rhapsody,’ would you like some movie with that soundtrack?

"Bohemian Rhapsody" lacks true storytelling that would properly commemorate the rock band, Queen.

OPINION: Are franchise movies dying?

Marvel and Disney movies are bleeding money and receiving poor critical acclaim.

Life of a house boy is a balancing act

Chapter dinner at a sorority would not be the same without them

Love & Football (Fútbol): The story of Nebraska’s Adrian Martinez and K-State’s Marisa Weichel

Even while playing Division I level athletics at two different schools, Nebraska quarterback Adrian Martinez and K-State forward Marisa Weichel have found a way to keep their love going strong.