Is chivalry dead or are we the generation of commitment issues?

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

Starbucks’ fall 2023 menu items ranked

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

REVIEW: Free web browser games anyone with a computer can play

Take a brain break with these easy-to-access games.

Having a gourd ol’ time at Britt’s Farm

The UPC held a Bash at Britt’s Farm for K-State students with many fun activities, including a pumpkin patch, petting zoo and corn maze.

Super blue moon lights the night sky

Kansas State professor explains the super blue moon that lit the sky on Aug. 30.

International Block Party coming Friday, Aug. 25

The International Block Party is a perfect opportunity to meet new people and try different cuisines.

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.

Nine Taylor Swift songs you should be listening to this fall

Swift may be known for her upbeat pop and country songs that put you in a summer mood, but she has many songs with a crisp fall vibe.

Three banned books in Kansas to read this month

In honor of Banned Book Week, here are some recent books that have been pulled from shelves in Kansas libraries.

Featured Artist: ‘Melting Days,’ ‘Reflections,’ ‘Green Haze’ by Katie Horner

Katie Horner, senior with a BFA in ceramics and BS in psychology, showcases her ceramic pieces “Melting Days,” "Reflections," and "Green Haze."

The fine line between high standards and unhealthy expectations

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

REVIEW: ZL Smoothie

ZL Smoothie offers perfect, simple blended drinks alongside a lot of supplements.

Stadium survival guide: Six tips for braving The Bill

As a junior and football game enthusiast, here are my tips and tricks for the first football game.

Nico’s Little Italy celebrates expansion with ribbon cutting

The smell of pasta and cannolis poured from Nico’s Little Italy as the crowd counted down the ribbon cutting for the small restaurant's new...

ArtsMHK Meetup: ‘Community, education, and resources for artists as entrepreneurs’

The second ArtsMHK Meetup on Aug. 30 aimed to empower artists in business and create community.

Featured Artist: ‘The Final Coming’ by Graham Mathews

One of this week's featured piece, "The Final Coming," is written by Graham Mathews, senior in computer science.

Featured Artist: ‘How easy it is to forget the world’ by Alex Rewerts

This featured piece, “How easy it is to forget the world,” is written by Alex Rewerts, sophomore in English and mass comm.

Students and professors discuss the implications of AI in the classroom

Kansas State students and professors are worried how AI will affect critical thinking in the classroom and jobs post-graduation

Wildcat Warm-up replaced with Get K-State Ready program

The Get K-State Ready program brings first semester preparation online and gives students flexibility.

Underrated MHK study spots

The five most underrated study spaces in Manhattan.