Aggieville bars, RCPD prepare for Fake Patty’s Day

Riley County Police Department and the bars in Aggieville get ready for the unofficial holiday.

K-State to adopt new policy in response to active shooters

According to a study released by the FBI last September, active shooter incidents in the United States are on the rise.

College Pets: Pros and paw-sible problems

Adopting a furry friend can make for the perfect companion in college, but be prepared for all that comes with it.

DIY Valentine’s Day gifts ideas

Valentine's doesn't have to be expensive or typical to be fun

Local dog training facility raises funds for those needing therapy and service dogs

Manhattan's MuttSchool is searching for business owners and dog lovers to participate in the Pooch Playoffs, a competition designed to raise scholarship funds for those in need of assistance dogs.

Snag in Aggieville offers affordable, quick grocery delivery

Manhattan's newest delivery service, Snag, transports groceries and snacks by scooter within 10 minutes.

THINK LOCAL: Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Center focuses on athlete recovery

Over 53 percent of injured athletes have significantly higher levels of depression, anxiety and lower self-esteem during the rehabilitation process, according to a pamphlet provided by OSMC.

Wamego in full bloom for 35th Annual Tulip Festival

Featuring arts and crafts vendors and 20,000 tulips, the 35th Annual Wamego Tulip Festival takes place this April 23-24.

First-Generation Student Graduation Celebration set for May 13 in Forum Hall

On May 13 in Forum Hall, first-generation students and their families will gather for a celebration of commencement.

‘Don’t Look Up’: The not-so-funny political satire of today’s political climate, climate change

"Don't Look Up" is a comedy/disaster movie that parallels serious issues the world faces today. Its dark humor and impactful messages made it one of my favorite movies of 2021.

Five years, three records: ‘California’ by Blink-182

Blink-182's album "California" received less-than-stellar fan reviews in 2016, but a revisit might have some admitting they enjoyed it.

St. Isidore’s church to close chapel doors April 5, begin final renovation phase

On April 5, St. Isidore’s close the chapel doors to begin the final phase of construction that will last until 2022. This renovation will update many of the church's systems as well as double its size.

Reopening of Shot Stop brings attention to Aggieville nightlife

Located next door to Yard Bar in Aggieville, Shot Stop had a successful opening weekend, and hopes for more success to come.

Macey Franko wins UPC’s 47th Annual Student Photography contest

Out of over 150 photo submissions, Macey Franko's "Back in the Saddle 2" takes first place.

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.

CBD American Shaman: Cultivating a new perspective on cannabis products

CBD American Shaman arrived in Manhattan in October 2017. Since then, the word has spread through Manhattan and beyond.

AASU recognizes Asian Pacific Islander Desi American Heritage Month, fosters unity across campus

The Asian American Student Union strives to educate its members on the Asian American experience, from past to present.

Miss Kansas marches to beat of her own drum

Taylor Clark, member of the Kansas State Marching Band, was crowned as 2021's Miss Kansas. Through years of pageants, she takes the year off of school to travel in her role, gaining positive experiences along the way.

Mortar Board Senior Honorary holds ‘Reading is Leading’ book drive

The K-State chapter of the Mortar Board society collected books and funds this week to support the Ellis, Kansas school district.

‘Bridgerton’ season two filled with scandal, love, deception

Netflix released season two of the hit show "Bridgerton" and left viewers waiting for the return of season three. Filled with scandal, love stories and deception, "Bridgerton" gives us the content we did not know we needed.