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Spicy options a great decision

My first impression of Hibachi Hut was of the atmosphere.  It is similar to the rest of Aggieville — a bar in front and...

Aggieville favorites around the clock

No matter what time you visit Aggieville, there’s something delicious waiting for you

Staying in Manhattan over spring break? Here are some suggestions to fight the boredom

Students share ideas for activities and events for those staying in Manhattan during spring break.

From bland to ‘bam!’: Six ways to decorate on a budget

Create a space for yourself without the cash.

PlayStation offers users free games after outage

Sony released its "Welcome Back" package for PlayStation users nearly two months after the PlayStation Network, as well as several Sony websites, were hacked....

Skipping class has consequences

Countless research papers and studies exist that provide solid evidence that students who attend class receive an end result of a much higher grade...

How students can make most of campus culture

There's a ton of options available.

Conclusion to ‘BioShock’ saga comes to disappointing close

"BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea" is a poor way to conclude the BioShock series.

6 ways to prevent boredom over winter break

As the fall semester comes to a close, the amount of free time available to students becomes limited as well. Once the last day of finals...

If approved, Discovery Center could be cornerstone of downtown redevelopment

Construction of the proposed Flint Hills Discovery Center, on the intersection of 3rd and Pierre streets, will allow the city of Manhattan to receive...

SwiftKey: A swipe in the right direction

Hampel reviews keyboard apps and offers his reviews of each

University Gardens provides study space for students

Offering a source of learning and educational resources, the University Gardens provides a place of enjoyment and luxury.

The effects of ‘physical distancing’ and how to take care of yourself

A staff psychologist at Counseling Services and K-State professor of psychological sciences explain the effects of physical distancing.

No sleep is no good

For some, falling asleep can be the hardest part of the day, making their next day not so great.

No library? No problem: A guide to resources across campus

Centralized study zones and printing stations in Hale Library are out of the picture following the May 22 fire. That means finding a space to get work done can be difficult.

Winners announced at 48 Hour Film Festival red carpet event

The 48 Hour Film Festival is an annual event at K-State, in which students from any majors can form teams to shoot video footage based on surprise prompts. The catch: each team has only two days to plan, shoot footage and edit their films.

Altered fall schedule, COVID-19 spell uncertainty for international students

As K-State has started to release information regarding the modified fall semester, international students are facing even more challenges and uncertainty than students from the U.S.

Bulletins 2/25

The College of Business Administration will have an information session for students interested in studying abroad in Italy this fall. The session will be...

Man found dead in motel

A local man was found dead in a Manhattan motel yesterday from an apparent overdose, according to a report from the Riley County Police...

25 years later Germany still becoming unified

As the anniversary of the Berlin Wall approaches, it's legacy continues
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