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Manhappenin’ Magazine celebrates ‘Yesterday’ in Spring 2022 edition

Manhappenin' Magazine is hosting its semi-annual release party for its new edition at Yard Bar on Thursday, April 14, 2022.

Sexual Assault Awareness Month survivor art exhibit addresses victim-blaming, available resources

Honoring sexual assault awareness month, Colony Square hosts an emotional exhibit featuring the clothing victims wore at the time of their assault.

Flint Hills Discovery Center celebrates decade of prairie teachings mission

The Flint Hills Discovery Center celebrates 10 years of operations starting Thursday, April 14 through the weekend with discounted tickets, memberships, speeches and giveaways.

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.

Ninth annual Miss K-State Competition featuring Jerome Tang, stand-up comedy and more

This year marks the ninth annual Miss K-State Competition and the first year that new men's head basketball coach Jerome Tang will crown the winner.

Presentations to cover topics of representation at Arts & Sciences Student Diversity Summit

The diversity summit will facilitate conversations surrounding diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging as well as campus-wide strategic plans.

Expedition Asia: Sunset Zoo’s newest exhibit opening April 9

Sunset Zoo's newest and long-awaited exhibit, Expedition Asia, is finally opening this Saturday, April 9.

Equestrian team trots to the top

The Intercollegiate Horse Show Association team wrapped up the regular season, winning its last show as well as two riders competing in regionals.

Five years, three records: ‘Human Performance’

This series aims to take a retrospective look at three records from 2016: one that was popular but you might have forgotten, one that you might have missed and one that it's time to stop pretending not to like.

Lights, camera … Kansas: 48-Hour Film Challenge celebrates the Sunflower State

Participants share the highs and lows of their mad-dash 48-hour filmmaking experience.

Eugene Lee Yang talks The Try Guys, future projects, identity during Union Program Council...

Yang is a filmmaker, actor, author, director, producer, activist and celebrity.

‘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.

Aggieville, Riley County Fairgrounds hosting second annual Aggieville Showdown event

Aggieville will host the second annual Aggieville Showdown spring stock show this Saturday, April 2nd.

International Coordinating Council hosts International Week

Community members can learn more about diverse cultures through International Week events representing the over 100 international students on the Kansas State campus.

THINK LOCAL: Kite’s Bar and Grill offers live music, catering, events

Kite's is restaffing and will have both restaurants running this summer, allowing some students to see it during the relaunch over the summer, while others will have to wait and see it next year.

Five years, three albums: ‘We Got it From Here… Thank You 4 Your Service’

Let's take a look back on A Tribe Called Quest's popular album "We Got it From Here… Thank You 4 Your Service."

Union Station by JP’s hosts weekly trivia nights on Tuesdays

Union Station by JP's hosts a weekly trivia night at 7 p.m. on Tuesdays for students and faculty, and competition is fierce.
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Freezin’ for a Reason: $16,000 raised for Manhattan Special Olympics at this year’s Polar...

Hosted at Tuttle Creek State Park, Manhattan residents braved the cold waters and took the plunge, raising funds for Manhattan's Special Olympics.

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.

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.
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