Home Culture

Culture

All things K-State culture (dining, art, music, theater, and more).

REVIEW: ‘Avengers: Endgame’ is an absolute triumph 11 years in the making

'Avengers: Endgame' was tough to review, but calling it the end of a marvelous era seems appropriate.

Students use spring break for good, service

K-State students use their spring break to go on service projects locally and nationally

‘Friendsgiving’ gives students an excuse to socialize before break

College friends and any type of food, traditional or not, catalyze the "Friendsgiving" season.

Breadbasket to host community Thanksgiving

The Flint Hills Breadbasket is hosting a free holiday meal at Old Chicago on Thanksgiving Day.

Flint Hills to host concert Sat.

Down a little dirt road south of Manhattan, several big music shows are coming this weekend.Longhorns Saloon and B104.7 have come together to sponsor...

What you read: Five of the most popular stories with the Collegian audience in...

After a hectic year of news, the Kansas State Collegian looks back at some of the most read stories from 2020.

REVIEW: ‘The Right Swipe’ explores diverse topics, but leaves you wanting more

While “The Right Swipe” lacked a groundbreaking plotline and original characters, it included a diverse array of topics.

MLK’s childhood friend delivers stirring speech in Manhattan

    Described as a living source on the life and ministry of Martin Luther King Jr., Al Brinson shared stories of his childhood growing...

‘Senior’ prom allows couples to reconnect, remember

An elegantly dressed couple in their mid-70s chatted easily at an ornate table on Saturday night. They reminisced about their own high school senior...

Little Apple Paddle offers unique, fun experience despite not breaking world record

An on-the-water perspective from Manhattan Parks and Rec's Little Apple Paddle.

New ‘Halo’ novel bridges gap between games

For many fans of the "Halo" video games, the games themselves are only the tip of the iceberg that is the series' lore. The...

Taking over Manhattan 1 cup of coffee at a time

Radina's opens new cafe in Engineering Hall and continues to expand.
video

Liquid Art Winery brings locally curated wines and ciders to Manhattan

Liquid Art Winery owners and previous K-State students Dave and Danielle Tegtmeier curate wine and ciders in Manhattan.

History Professor to link European stock-market history to current recession

Phi Alpha Theta, a history honor society, is hosting a presentation by Brent Maner, associate history professor at 5 p.m. today in the conference...

Student and local volunteers help MAC

    The Manhattan Arts Center, located at 1520 Poyntz Ave., provides a variety of onstage theater, art exhibits, educational classes and other culture to...

Balancing act: Students work in EMS

    Working in the Emergency Medical Service is a rewarding, yet demanding job for full-time students who are also responsible for their grades, family...

Project Playlist: Motivating tunes to keep you awake, driving

Ahh, Spring Break. By this time next week, you'll be mumbling on a folding chair with a lobster-red sunburn trying to remember your hotel's...

KSDB REVIEW: ‘Orc’ by Oh Sees is a fun, experimental rock album

In "Orc," the latest studio album by Oh Sees, listeners are treated to a variety of experimental styles and hard rock beats.

Don’t be “That Person”

Crazy encounters in Aggieville.

National tour of ‘Annie’ stops off at McCain

For years the classical tale of the young orphan girl on a mission to discover where she came from has lived on through plays,...
Advertisement