Fort Riley holiday tree lighting

    Fort Riley is kicking off the holiday season Friday with the lighting of its holiday tree. The tree will be lit at 4:45...

Bourbon & Baker celebrates fifth birthday

Bourbon & Baker celebrates fifth birthday with cake

British artists invade American music in third wave

Many people may or may not know that we are currently seeing a resurgence of the British invasion. The first wave came in the...

Local officials discuss hands-free driving laws, phone hazards

    Thirty-eight states have laws banning cell-phone usage while operating a motor vehicle, but no state has a law banning all forms of usage...

Rezoning results in more apartment buildings east of campus

The makeover continues for a local neighborhood after changes in zoning.The neighborhood, which stretches east of Manhattan Avenue from Claflin Road south to Osage...

Finals: The 5 stages of a meltdown

Going through the five stages of a meltdown during finals.

Women need to rethink how they dress: ‘if you don’t respect yourself, neither will...

There is a very distinct line between being seductive and looking like a prostitute on the street corner. On Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights, near...

St. Patty’s Day fashion traditions

Celebrating St. Patrick's Day has become a commercialized holiday in the U.S. for generations. Although here in Manhattan, people prefer to promote the fake...

Farming for food

Additions in vendors and attendance at Manhattan's farmers markets reflect national trend in growth

5 tips to help you pick your wedding party

Short answer: pick your closest friends for your wedding party

Orientation guide: Getting involved crucial to college experience

At K-State, there are a lot of opportunities outside of the classroom that can enhance students' college experience. Whether through the college or department...

Emory University professor shares context, history of foods in Shakespearean texts

Sheila Cavanagh presents "'What Say You to a Neat's Foot?: Shakespearean Manipulations of Food Practices Among the Elite in Early Modern England" at the K-State Student Union.

Fashion with substance

            Fulfilling one of my college goals, I studied abroad last semester, and spent almost every weekend walking ancient cobblestone streets in...

Students, faculty report mixed opinions on university contact tracing through Lafene Health Center

A partnership between the Riley County Health Department and Lafene Health Center enables the organizations to contact trace COVID-19 in students and staff on and off campus.

Replacing refined sugars: Your guide to natural sweeteners

Natural sweeteners have pros and cons that you should consider when choosing which one to use.

Strong vocal performance by Depp, adults will enjoy “Rango” as much as children

"Rango" is a unique film. The animated feature will probably appeal to adults more than children, although there is little doubt children will enjoy...

Disco steals spotlight

Dancers juked, jived, twirled and flipped on Thursday night to songs ranging from "Hey Jude" and "Uptown Girl," to "Higher" and "Go Hard or...

Forensics head coach celebrates 40th anniversary at K-State

Head coach Craig Brown has led the forensic speech team since 1988. Through his laid-back yet professional style, he has impacted many lives and helped the team to many victories.

Graduation Guide: Students plan for life after graduation, give advice on job hunting

As many students anticipate graduation, it is time to make plans for the next step. Some graduates have jobs lined up while others are...

Preview: K-State’s architecture competitions

A brief look at two of the K-State architecture program's competitions – The Bowman Design Forum and the MANKO Design Competition.