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The Thanksgiving feast: Take the turkey off the table

Arts & culture editor Grace Needham argues her side of why Thanksgiving food is in dire need of dumping.

Galaxy Girl Coffee opens in Manhattan Town Center

The former farmers market stand now resides in the Manhattan Town Center mall, the sole coffee shop on the premises.

Review: ‘Where the Crawdads Sing’

"Where the Crawdads Sing," the adaptation of the Delia Owens novel, falls behind in showing the true struggle of Kya Clark.

Preview: Festival of Trees

Festival of Trees kicks off the holiday spirit early, with holiday displays put up across the Manhattan Town Center mall until Nov. 18.

Review: ‘The Midnight Club’

"The Midnight Club," while unexceptional, may satisfy one's coming-of-age chiller craving.

Review: The 1975’s ‘Being Funny in a Foreign Language’

The 1975's “Being Funny in a Foreign Language,” released on Oct. 14, features both unforgettable pieces and bland tracks.

Day of the Dead: Celebrating Día de Los Muertos

The celebration event put on by the Union Programming Council included activities and food in the Union courtyard.

Review: ‘The Good Nurse’

Security. Safety. Healing. Most people trust the healthcare system to nurse them back to health from illness or injury. “The Good Nurse” offers a...

Manhattan Brewing Co. embraces Pride with Night of the Living Drag

The sold-out event starred Kansas-native drag queen Lil Kim Chi in night of beers, bingo and a Halloween costume contest.

REVIEW: ‘Lord of the Rings: Rings of Power’

Amazon’s “Rings of Power” doesn’t hold up to original trilogies or books.

Review: ‘The School for Good and Evil’

Netflix's newest flick engulfs you into a world of magic, but it underdelivers on what it's trying to do.

Review: Zombie Toxin

The infamous haunted house Zombie Toxin is a must-visit during this spooky season — Dr. Monschture is waiting for you.

Homecoming Events Calendar 2022

Check out the list of Homecoming events from Oct. 23-29, concluding with the Oklahoma State football game.

Black-owned counseling service provides aid to Manhattan community

Local counseling service, 365 Days 365 Chances Counseling Service, aims to help individuals discover purpose, earn inner peace and achieve prosperity.

Netflix’s No. 1: The Curse of Bridge Hollow

Netflix's No. 1 rated movie of the week, "The Curse of Bridge Hollow," presents a family-friendly horror-comedy just in time for Halloween.

The Sanderson sisters are back again

"Hocus Pocus 2" revives the Sanderson sisters in a sequel to Kenny Ortega's 1993 original.

Turnstile plays eccentric show at Uptown Theater

The Turnstile Love Connection Tour, featuring Snail Mail, JPEGMAFIA, and Turnstile, made a stop in Kansas City, Missouri, to rock out with a 2,000-fan crowd.

MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Werewolf by Night’

"Werewolf by Night" strays away from Marvel's ordinary content, and is the perfect movie to watch this Halloween season.

Students honor Mahsa Amini, protest Iranian government

Students held a candlelight protest on Bosco Plaza on Oct. 8 to support victims in Iran.

Homecoming preparations commence

Greek life prepares for this year's Homecoming, "Wildcat Dreams," starting Oct. 23.