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Sponsor Spotlight: Uncorked Inspiration offers alternative to normal bar scene

Uncorked Inspiration supplies paints, canvas and inspiration to each customer.

‘Oh, the places they’ll go’: LINK scooters end up in new, unusual places

K-State students find the fun in getting their scooters where one would not typically find them.

Pumpkin spice lattes bring the taste of fall to Manhattan

Embarking on a coffee shop crawl, the best pumpkin spice lattes in Manhattan were tried and rated.

Local restaurants, coffee shops celebrate fall season with specialty food, beverages

Local Manhattan eateries feature festive fall specialties such as lattes and pastries.

Students seek emphasis of inclusion in presidential search

"I would want the new president to increase the focus on making all students feeling included at K-State," Anna Weigel, senior in marketing, said.

Sponsor Spotlight: Uncorked Inspiration brings creativity in art, food right to the table

In addition to public events, Uncorked Inspiration offers private pottery and canvas painting parties for children and adults.

Students say Yik Yak gives users an anonymous outlet to express themselves

The anonymous posting app was first launched in 2013 before shutting down in 2017 because of low user engagement and criticism regarding cyberbullying and threats. The app was relaunched in August 2021.

Netflix’s ‘Britney vs. Spears’ provides a thorough — somewhat invasive — look into Spears’...

The new Netflix documentary discusses Spear's decline in mental health regarding her public legal battle with her father.

Wildcat 91.9 Classroom Series back from pandemic hiatus with more concerts, artists than ever...

The Classroom Series production started up again after pausing in March 2020 because of the pandemic.

Coffee Hour gives cultural immersion of other countries from home

The Coffee Hour program will continue to meet virtually from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. on select Fridays throughout the fall and spring semesters.

2005 Pulitzer Prize winner ‘Gilead’ holds up just as strong today

Marilynne Robinson's "Gilead" is a story that leaves time for reflection while reminding its reader to live with deep love and passion during the time you are given on Earth.

Cadets on campus gain degrees, training, leadership skills through ROTC

As students work their way through the program, they learn how to become better officers to help them in the future.

Think Local: Beach Museum of Art launches new exhibition

This exhibition by David Lebrun is part of a larger exhibition showcasing artifacts from around the world.

Students explore interests through unique courses

Kansas State elective courses give students the chance to explore topics they might not come across in their majors.

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.

Live piano sets study tone in Student Union

"The senses are really tied up with memory and if you bring that sound or smell back into your mind when you are taking a test, that helps you bring the material back into your memory," Bailey said.

Wildcat Dialogues promotes sense of belonging, emphasizes meaningful conversation

Debra Bolton said one of the goals of the event was to develop a sense of curiosity in students.

Lil Nas X debuts eponymous album ‘MONTERO’

In the span of 40 minutes, Lil Nas X explores a variety of difficult topics, genres and emotions.

New Hale, Same Heart: Students reminisce, explore Hale Library after reopening

Kansas State students look back at the legacy of Hale Library while exploring the recently renovated building.

Think Local: MasterTeacher helps companies, teacher, others with printing needs

EP PrintSource, a division of The Master Teacher, is local to Manhattan and has served clients since 1969.