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REVIEW: The Great British Baking Show

The changing of the seasons from summer to fall brings cake week, and the beginning of a new season of The Great British Baking Show.

Kendrick Lamar’s ‘good kid, m.A.A.d city’ a potential classic

Kendrick Lamar’s first album released on a major label, “good kid, M.A.A.d city,” occupies a unique space in the music world. It’s one of the rare concept albums...

Dead Men’s Drive

A scary story by Steven Miller

Hollywood Dish: Week in Entertainment

"Catfights and Spotlights" by Sugababes    The babes are back and ready to get fierce on their new album "Catfights and Spotlights."     This is...

Recycling company looks to turn the Little Apple ‘green’

Doug Markham noticed something missing from the Manhattan community when he moved here in February: a curbside recycling service.At first, he did what everyone...

Schools offer free childhood development screening today

    Amanda Arnold Elementary School will offer a vision, hearing and health development screening today from 4 to 6 p.m.     Lona Foust, director...

Tips for enjoying alcohol-free New Year’s Eve

Attention all underage students: I feel your pain, as I, too, am not allowed to drink. I would like nothing more than to...

Snyder’s Windbreaker: Beyond 140 characters

Go behind the scenes with Snyder's Windbreaker, the parody sports account that tweets "all things EMAW."

Transgender students share unique perspectives

Editor's note: This is part one of a three part series sharing the stories of transitioning transgender students and their interactions with the K-State...

Minute in My Shoes: A ski trip gone wrong changed this student’s semester plans

Myka Dalton tore her ACL and medial meniscus on a winter break ski trip. She says the spring semester has been challenging, but doable.

THINK LOCAL: Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art

The Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art showcases exhibits of artwork from across Kansas and the world.

Silent auction raises money for children with disabilities

For the past four years a special charity auction has been taking place at K-State in an effort to raise money to help children...

Doing the time and paying the fine; a guide to Fake Patty’s Day crime

Fake Patty's Day brings an increase in local drinking - here is a guide to policies, ordinances, fines and repercussions for violating the law.

REVIEW: Materialism, insecurity make for dull ‘Confessions’

"Confessions of a Shopaholic" is filled with cheesy one-liners and cotton candy fluff with just enough substance for a few laughs. It is a...

This student saw a need to fight sexual violence at K-State, so she took...

Wildcat Task Force Against Sexual Violence will find ways for students, faculty to combat sexual violence

‘Big Time’ a refreshing return to form for Spider-Man

The Spider-Man comics have been through some rough times in the past few years. In 2007, I kid you not, Spider-Man made a literal deal...

International students spend summer away from home

International students stay in Manhattan during the summer in order to graduate on time.

Green food and drinks make St. Patty’s Day fun

St. Patrick's Day is known as the day where everybody has a little Irish in them. Green clothes and goofy green hats abound, green...

LIFE AS AWKWARD GRAD STUDENT: Valentine’s Day and no girl – maybe next year

My mom called me this weekend."Hey, girl!" I said. "What's up?""Oh, nothing much. I got a letter from the City of Denver.""Oh, yeah? How...

DC Comics experience difficulty rivaling Marvel Comics at box office

In recent years, superheroes have proven to be among the top dogs at the box office. Especially now that the Harry Potter and Lord...