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Nintendo re-releases throwback ‘Mario’ game

When someone mentions video games, one persevering plumber always comes to mind. "Super Mario All-Stars 25th Anniversary Edition" is the compilation of the first...

‘Splice’ stylistically cool, not placed in regular movie genres

"Splice" is a very strange movie. There's no other fair way to describe it because it does not fit into any particular genre. In...

Departments work to appropriately notify community of deaths by suicide

The Office of Student Life works to take as much pressure off of the family of a student who has passed.

On the right note: In-A-Chord a cappella group to perform in Forum Hall

In-A-Chord A Capella will perform a concert in the Student Union this week.

Never Seen It: ‘The Exorcist’

Eccentric movie reviews from a witty movie novice.

Proper clothing, accessories essential for exercising in changing weather

As we approach spring, Kansas weather is too often warm, then cold, then warm again. Stepping outside into unpredictable weather can often be detrimental...

Living at Meadowlark

Digital ethnography student talks about living in retirement home.

Small business owners gain recognition, share advice

Several small business owners share their experience from where they started to where they are now.

Curly hair creates unique challenges, requires extra time, care

For women with naturally curly hair, the slightest rain shower can send their hair into a poofy mess or a rat's nest of frizzy...

Students say ‘day of love’ involves spending quality time

From a romantic dinner out to an evening full of movies and friends, Valentine's Day is celebrated in a multitude of ways

Teeth whitening procedures vary in price, location, safety level

Many people want brighter, whiter smiles but might be overwhelmed by the variety of products and options available. Locally, dental professionals at Majestic Smile,...

Aggiefest rocks the weekend, music scene

    The annual Aggieville and Manhattan business-sponsored music festival Aggiefest sounded off as loudly as it ended. More than 90 bands livened up...

“Grand Theft Auto V” warrants all hype, praise as gaming masterpice

Despite minor hiccups, Tate Steinlage gives the much anticipated game a five-star rating.

Overstuffing on nutrients

Thanksgiving meals that will bring in nutrition, instead of empty calories.

Apple Days Festival celebrates community, family on post

"This is a thank you to families and a thank you to the community," said Art Jacob, PPKMS Operations on Fort Riley, who was...

Student fuses biological family, sorority on sibling’s day

I have noticed that often all it takes to feel thankful in life is to simply be reminded of what I have. On Saturday,...

Puzzle Pack Answers March 31

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Students can avoid wasting food, money with planning, creativity

Living on your own can mean pinching pennies. One way to make a buck last longer is to avoid tossing leftovers and spoiled food...

Free emotional support available right at students fingertips

An app has been created to dole out emotional support to any who asks for it.