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All things K-State culture (dining, art, music, theater, and more).

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.

REVIEW: The Great British Baking Show

The changing of the seasons from summer to fall brings cake week, and the beginning of a new season of The Great British Baking Show.

Nuclear reactor shutdown inhibits research, student opportunities

Ward Hall's nuclear reactor shut down due to KRUD contaminant.

OPINION: Top 5 party songs

Songs every party playlist should include to get the whole block rockin'.

Featured Artist: ‘How easy it is to forget the world’ by Alex Rewerts

This featured piece, “How easy it is to forget the world,” is written by Alex Rewerts, sophomore in English and mass comm.

Featured Artist: Sunset photo by Megan Chrisco

This featured piece is photographed by Megan Chrisco, senior in criminology and psychology.

Featured Artist: ‘Melting Days,’ ‘Reflections,’ ‘Green Haze’ by Katie Horner

Katie Horner, senior with a BFA in ceramics and BS in psychology, showcases her ceramic pieces “Melting Days,” "Reflections," and "Green Haze."

RECIPE: The Green Machine Smoothie

The Green Machine Smoothie is the perfect way to start your day, giving you a healthy and tasty treat to set your mood right.

Find a Spot at On The Spot Improv

The student-run organization gives free weekly entertainment available to the student body.

REVIEW: Everything you need to know about ‘Stuff You Should Know’

"Stuff You Should Know" podcast seeks to explore a plethora of topics, ranging from the Tylenol Murders to cats.

Featured Artist: ‘visual’ by Kira Bishop

This featured piece, “visual,” is written by Kira Bishop, senior in English.

Featured Artist: ‘The Final Coming’ by Graham Mathews

One of this week's featured piece, "The Final Coming," is written by Graham Mathews, senior in computer science.

OPINION: The ‘Wildside’ of spirituality on campus

Manhattan's local spirituality shop, On the Wildside, gives Wildcats a place to relieve stress.

Richard Linton inaugurated, 15th university president

Kansas State welcomes Richard and Sally Linton, the university’s 15th president and first lady, in a ceremony.

OPINION: Airline prices soar

Philip Gayle, K-State economic professor and department head, said the pricing issue is the result of higher air travel demand.

REVIEW: Born Without Bones’ most intimate album: ‘Baby’

Born Without Bones' album, released in 2013, takes you through a storyline of love and heartbreak.

THINK LOCAL: Beach Museum of Art highlights feminist works

The Beach Museum of Art’s collection ‘Voices’ shows off second-wave feminist works, including pieces by Kansas State alumnae.

REVIEW: ‘Voices: Women Artists in the Era of Second Wave Feminism’

A new exhibition at the Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art showcases the work of artists struggling for equality during the second wave of feminism.

Featured Artist: ‘Nexus’ by Jacob Kim

One of this week's featured piece, "Nexus," is created by Jacob Kim, a graduate student in industrial design.

Featured Artist: ‘[ A locked-away dream of Eden ]’ by Cosette O’Brien

One of this week's featured piece, "[ A locked-away dream of Eden ]," is written by Cosette O'Brien, senior in English.