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Valentine’s Day equals sad date?

This week's new hit movie "Valentine's Day," directed by Garry Marshall, took the box office with force. Bringing in almost double that of closest...

2 rapes reported Saturday

Two rapes were reported to the Riley County Police Department Saturday, according to a report.A 45-year-old woman reported being a victim of rape and...

Agricultural research examines environmentally-conscious practices

K-State researchers find ways to encourage carbon reduction through agriculture practices.

Many come out to show that they are “Tough Enough To Wear Pink”

  The 56th Annual K-State Rodeo kicked off in Weber Arena on Friday night, organized by the K-State Rodeo Club. The theme of the opening...

‘Overnight’ delivers heartfelt romance, comedy

  Boyfriends, rejoice: "Overnight" is not just your average Nicholas Sparks novel-turned-big-screen tearjerker. With a raunchy atmosphere not entirely over-the-top, "Overnight" will please both sexes. "Overnight"...

Myths, superstitions about studying found in cultures worldwide

Final exams inspire a certain type of craziness in college students. We start doing bizarre things we would never do otherwise, such as not...

Manhattan Tech to offer NBAF training

Manhattan Area Technical College has received a $29,000 grant from the Kansas Department of Commerce to start a new entry-level certification program at the...

A visit to Grandma, the past

"Betty, baby, how's it going?""Don't ‘Betty, baby' me."My grandmother Betty is a mother of 11. These 11 had no reservations about providing her hundreds...

REVIEW: ‘Zombieland: Double Tap’ is a comedic relief with a star-studded cast

The post-apocalyptic sequel is a nice break from midterm season.

Annual International Fashion Show to be held online for the first time

The International Fashion Show is an annual event at K-State, but this is the first time it will be held online.

Lecturer shares how life experiences shape her art style

Melanie Johnson discusses how she has grown as an artist through her life experiences on Monday at the Mark A. Chapman gallery.

Tallulah is bizarre, disturbing, yet not bad

Four out of 5 stars goes to one of the strangest movies I've ever watched.

Local inauguration celebration draws more than 300

    The Houston Ballroom inauguration party was full of all the excitement and none of the uncertainty that shrouded a similar crowd on election...

Battlefield 4 Beta: number of small changes make big improvements

A collection of small changes make for big improvements

Blogging becomes educational tool

Remember when Xanga was the go-to spot online? The website is an example of how blogging is not a new concept, but is one...

Novel gives intimate look into lives of young Saudi women

I chose to read "The Others" by Seba al-Herz for three reasons: I know very little about Saudi Arabian culture, the book was very...

Rape reported near high school Thursday

A woman reported she was raped Thursday evening near the Manhattan High School West Campus, according to a Riley County Police report.    According to...

Choir sings traditional holiday music to community

    Shining and sliding trombones, harmonious vocals and chiming silver bells fused together to create a powerful holiday musical performance for the Manhattan community,...

Assistant professor battles cancer, compares himself to superhero

Mickey Losinski shares his story of perseverance through the eyes of the superhero Deadpool.

Stand Up for Your Sisters: One woman’s work for mental health awareness

Ford Hall resident assistant creates mental health awareness program in hopes of unifying women at Kansas State and beyond.