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REVIEW: “The Crucible” is missing large plot points

Alycea Hammond shares her frustrations with the classic, "The Crucible."

Review: ‘Puss in Boots: The Last Wish’

“Puss in Boots: The Last Wish” is a sequel that lives up to and surpasses its predecessor, delivering a serious story along with many laughs. 

One Tank Trips: Ames, Iowa

Follow Grace Needham to Ames, Iowa, on less than one tank of gas. The trip includes visiting Iowa State University's campus and local businesses, like Cafe Diem.

Donut Palace opens in Aggieville

From Cambodia to Texas to Kansas, Michelle Sir's love for donuts fuels her business.

DIY Valentine’s Day gifts ideas

Valentine's doesn't have to be expensive or typical to be fun

‘The Pasta Boys’ bring home-cooked meals to the neighborhood

Students become overnight TikTok sensation with drive-thru pasta bar.

GALLERY: Sugar Bowl Parade 2022

Leading up to the game on Dec. 30, K-State fans prepare for the Sugar Bowl at the parade in New Orleans.

New Orleans, a stage to remember 

The Sugar Bowl experience as a member of the K-State Marching Band

Bad sleeping habits affect grades, ability to absorb information in class

Sleep. Who needs it? College places a heavy burden on students' time management between classes and homework, and whatever is left is usually allocated...

‘Soul Eater’ unique anime that breaks paradigm

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vmQisquzQy8&feature;=youtu.beWhat do you get when you take away the manga a child has been using as a coloring book, dump it into a cauldron...

‘What Were You Wearing?’ exhibit shares stories from sexual assault survivors

"What Were You Wearing?," an art installation hosted by CARE, is on display in the Mark A. Chapman Gallery through April 19.

‘40 oz. to Fresno’ album – the good and the bad

A review of Joyce Manor’s new album: what to listen to and what to skip.

Banned Book Highlight: “Candide” by Voltaire

The banned book "Candide" uses historical context to tell a coming-of-age story that shows life is what you make of it.

REVIEW: “Darius the Great is Not Okay” portrays family life in relatable way

A trip to Iran changes a teen's outlook on life.

Think Local: 2UW Brush Creek Ranch holds private horse shows during pandemic

The K-State equestrian team hopes to learn and grow at 2UW Brush Creek Ranch amid the pandemic.

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.

THINK LOCAL: Quality entertainment and sports at Tanner’s

Tanner's is more than just a bar. Between sports on their multitude of TVs, weekly specials, and games, there's never a dull moment to be found.

Banned Book Highlight: “Perks of Being a Wallflower”

"Perks of Being a Wallflower" has faced bans due to its LGBT characters, drug use and sexual imagery

Sandstorm returns — but do students understand the significance?

While some students are thrilled about the return of Sandstorm at basketball games, others don’t understand the hype.

Royal roots: K-State and its color

From kings and castles to K-State, discover the history of the university's only official color.