Manhattan’s own sculptor offers ghosts, shadows

There's no place like home for sculptor Tal Streeter. An exhibition of the Manhattan High School alumnus's work, "Lines Traveling Through Space: Ghosts and Shadows,...

Rest, diet can help prevent sickness

    On Monday morning, you wake up after a weekend of late nights and standing in the cold for about six hours watching the...

Burton gives uncommon, distinctive aspect to films

When one hears the name "Tim Burton," a few things are implied. One — that the director/writer/producer is known for a specific style. Whether...

Beards and brawn

    If the men in your life appear to be unkempt and disheveled, they might be raising testicular cancer awareness.    "No Shave November" is...

Websites offer good time, can’t promise a good use of time

As the semester is nearing an end, most of us are scrambling to finish, or more accurately, to begin our projects for many classes....

Museum hosts TV show screenings before premiere

What is art? Art includes many media, from paints and sculptures to photography. In the TV series "Art in the Twenty-First Century," artists proficient in...

Chinese student explains life, karaoke love

Qian Wang marks the fourth interview of our weekly series on international life and travel featuring K-State students who have experienced studying abroad, and...

Students choose abstinence for religious, health reasons

On college campuses nationwide, casual sexual encounters are commonplace. Propagated by social pressures, there is often a feeling of normalcy, as it is less...

Hypnotist entertains, entrances audience members

No one could have predicted that the goofy middle-aged man wearing a tie-dye shirt could take the stage in Union Station last Friday and...

Yesterday began the fourth annual One Book, One Community Reading Program for Manhattan.

One Book, One Community will be held during the month of Octorber, in which the Manhattan Public Library is scheduled to host multiple events...

Satisfaction in job leads to No.1 ranking

Widespread job satisfaction is often a rare finding in a business, yet 95 percent of employees at Wamego City Hospital said they found their...

Athletes collect food in ‘Cats for Cans’ event

Donating cans of green beans and peas might finally furnish students the opportunity to ask Jacob Pullen what it feels like to play shut-down...

‘Hangman’s Daughter’ blends history, fiction into exciting tale

An amazing blend of fact, fiction and family tree, "The Hangman's Daughter" by Oliver Pötzsch takes readers on a jaunt through 17th-century Bavaria in...

‘The Tender Bar’ draws readers in with intricate storytelling

Storytelling is an art — the way words can twist and intertwine perfectly to form elaborate images and actions, transporting readers and listeners to...

Graduation Guide: Big events in last 4 years at K-State

As students prepare to graduate and leave K-State and Manhattan, they often look back over their time spent as a Wildcat in the Little...

Entertainment briefs: July 24

NCAA splits from EAElectronic Arts will no longer make official NCAA video games like "NCAA Football 14," since the NCAA announced last Wednesday that...

Couples celebrate over distance

For many American couples, the hardest part of celebrating a wedding anniversary is finding the perfect gift. However, for the thousands of military couples...

New K-State app not worth the download

By Austin Green

10 body-pumping songs to push you through your workout

Listening to music while exercising just makes sense. Especially when you have high energy beats to motivate you to move. So with that in...

MCHG release style could spark a trend for modern music

Jay-Z’s 12th studio album was released not with a huge party, fanfare or fans waiting in lines outside of stores. Instead, fans were able...