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City to partially fund NISTAC upgrade

Manhattan City Commissioners approved an ordinance amendment to purchase lab equipment for the Manhattan/K-State Innovation Center and a grant application to the Kansas Bioscience...

Filmmaker Mark Duplass talks movies, working with brother

Many siblings can't stand living under one roof with their brothers or sisters, let alone working with them. But this isn't the case for...

Alumni reunion, step competition fills Union Ballroom

The Black Student Union hosted a 2011 Black Alumni/Greek Reunion event on Saturday. As part of the weekend of events, a step dance competition...

Fort Riley simulates blast, practices emergency response

Early Thursday morning, Fort Riley took an opportunity to conduct a mass casualty response exercise simulating a large blast in a building and 40...

Alpha meets in Aggieville bar for discussions about God, philosophy

The Kathouse Lounge in Aggieville, buzzes with the chatter of a different type of barfly. This is where the group Alpha meets every Monday...

Military veteran brings fun to work at Kramer Dining Center

Kramer Dining Center employee James Swartz does more than swipe a student's card.

REVIEW: Danielle Bradbery embodies the voice of modern country music

Danielle Bradbery performed at K-State on Tuesday, Nov. 27.

Manhattan couple puts local spin on popular Internet meme

YouTube's slogan is "broadcast yourself." Well, that is what one couple from Manhattan did with a video they created, titled "S**t Manhattanites Say." This...

Stampede draws international attention

Four days, 20 performers and over 150,000 attendees; this was the scene at the 16th annual Country Stampede. The headliner, Brad Paisley, blew some...

Cozy Inn restaurant to start building in Aggieville

Aggieville is once again welcoming a new restaurant to its ever-growing population of establishments within the downtown Manhattan business district. The newest addition is...

Charity 5k aims to involve students

    For the fourth consecutive year, the First Presbyterian Church will be hosting the Freedom 5K Road Race on Sunday, Sept. 14. This year's...

RECIPE: Not your mom’s bruschetta

This Italian treat is sure to bring your friends together for the simple and fancy snack.

‘You know you are a biology major when …

What is special about the lives of biology majors?

Grab your spandex, it’s time to save the world

Grab your technicolor spandex and matching mask; it's time to join the fight. DC Universe Online has brought us the opportunity to step into...

Eating, snacking provides cognitive boost

Students may need to focus on their diets just as much as their books during finals week.

REVIEW: ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ is a wild ride and you should have a turn...

"Avengers: Infinity War" is the 19th film in the so-called Marvel Cinematic Universe, and it might just be my favorite yet.

REVIEW: New ‘Nutcracker’ is a 1.5 hour cliché

The new "Nutcracker" adaptation is lacking vital elements to be as big of a success as its counterparts.

‘Cambridge List’ provides quirky, serial killing fun

Read the synopsis of this book and try to guess the author's country of origin: Meet James, a young man who may or may...

What you missed this summer (while you were out)

THE FLOODResidents of a Manhattan neighborhood were asked to evacuate their apartments on June 16, as a result of a flash flood warning in...

Caffeine craze pushes students through finals

While plenty of students love caffeine-fueled drinks, there is a limit to what is considered a healthy amount.