REVIEW: Modern dating thriller ‘Fresh’ serves up horrific twist

Hulu's new film "Fresh" tells the story of Noa — a young woman who bites off more than she can chew as she navigates the modern dating world.

OPINION: An end to springing forward and falling back

Daylight saving time has been a hot topic for years, and after the recent legislation passed by the Senate, we might be seeing the sun for longer.

Students, local residents celebrate St. Patrick’s Day

Kanas State students enjoyed various activities over spring break celebrating St. Patrick's Day.

Snag in Aggieville offers affordable, quick grocery delivery

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

REVIEW: ‘Inventing Anna’: A guide to scamming New York City elite

"Inventing Anna" is a new Netflix series loosely based on the true story of Anna Delvey, a con artist who scams New York City socialites, businesses, investors and her friends out of thousands of dollars.

Defining ‘Home’ in Michael Perry’s ‘Population: 485’

Michael Perry's "Population: 485" highlights the often-overlooked places people call home.

Ray Navarro shares wealth, wisdom with marching band percussion leaders

Ray Navarro, a Manhattan local, shares his love for music through donating scholarships to the percussion section leaders for over 20 years after not being able to perform in high school.

OPINION: Women ‘March’ forward through Women’s History Month

History of women's history month as well as the women in America, their impact and footprint on history.

Travel and dining auction rings in 25th year this April

The 25th annual travel and dining auction gives students the opportunity to plan, prep and participate in a large event where proceeds are used to benefit student scholarships and clubs.

Aggieville bars, RCPD prepare for Fake Patty’s Day

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

Students prepare for laid-back spring break

Many K-State students are opting to spend their week off relaxing rather than partying at a beach this year for mental, covid and stress reasons.

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.

Enjoy The Ride: Cycle to success at Hale Library

Hale Library has added two exercise bikes inside to help students increase cognitive function while studying.
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Call Hall serves up more than just ice cream, classes

The Call Hall Dairy Bar gives the public an opportunity to buy locally sourced goods while also helping students get hands-on experiences in processing these goods.

‘This is home to me’: Yuma Street, Douglass Center represent rich history of Black...

Built in 1942, the Douglass Center started as United Service Organization (USO) and served as a recreational spot for Black soldiers.

REVIEW: The Backseat Lovers tour of Kansas City – an ineffable euphoria of sound

If you were of the many in attendance who had the privilege of seeing their live performance, you too would most likely attest to their preeminent performance which astonished the audience in admiration that night.

Horror podcast ‘Archive 81’ adapted into chilling Netflix series

"Archive 81" follows digital archivist Dan Turner (Mamoudou Athie), who is hired to restore footage damaged in an apartment fire two decades ago.

Meet the Candidates: Parker Vulgamore and Jeff Ebeck

Parker Vulgamore and Jeff Ebeck are running for student body president and vice president. Their campaign focuses on helping students find their purpose on campus, as well as ensuring students have the resources to prosper.

Meet the Candidates: Bryce Atchison and Ellie Toothaker

Bryce Atchison and Ellie Toothaker advocate for food security and improved infrastructure for the agricultural department in their campaign for student body president and vice president.

Meet the Candidates: Marta Richenburg and Payton Lynn

Marta Richenburg and Payton Lynn are running for student body president and vice president in the upcoming SGA election. The duo hopes to be the change on campus and advocate for students who do not feel heard.
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