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Fall Favorites: Activities for spooky season

Fun activities around Manhattan exclusive to October include local pumpkin patches, like A&H Farm and Britt’s Garden, and the Zombie Toxin Haunted House in Junction City.

One Tank Trips: Ames, Iowa

Follow Grace Needham to Ames, Iowa, on less than one tank of gas. The trip includes visiting Iowa State University's campus and local businesses, like Cafe Diem.

Review: Netflix’s ‘Monster’

‘Monster’ tells the story of notorious serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer and his victims.

RECIPE: Not your mom’s bruschetta

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

THINK LOCAL: Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art

The Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art showcases exhibits of artwork from across Kansas and the world.

REVIEW: ‘Marriage Story’

The film “Marriage Story” is a glimpse into a family disunited.

Sister Cindy Returns: ‘Be a Ho No Mo’ sermons on campus

Public figure Sister Cindy returned to campus on Sept. 27 to deliver sermons.

Josh Turner performs in the ‘real Manhattan’

Josh Turner brought country and Christian music to McCain Auditorium.

REVIEW: Let Me Down Easy

Let Me Down Easy’s unusual format brings characters to life.

Union Programming Council’s Farmers Market returns to campus

The K-State Farmers Market on September 28 was a success, according to the Union Programming Council.

Oktoberfest in Junction City to feature German-inspired food and games

Junction City’s annual Oktoberfest celebration takes place on Sept. 30 and Oct. 1.

REVIEW: Gilmore Girls

‘Gilmore Girls’ by Amy Sherman-Palladino is the perfect autumn show.

‘The Pasta Boys’ bring home-cooked meals to the neighborhood

Students become overnight TikTok sensation with drive-thru pasta bar.

Britt’s Garden Acres annual pumpkin patch set to reopen

Britt’s Garden Acres pumpkin patch includes petting zoo, corn maze and more.

Featured Artist: ‘Impala’ by Cole Bertelsen

This featured artwork, "Impala," is done by Cole Bertelsen, sophomore in journalism and mass communications.

Featured Artist: Ceramics by Wittney Hammeke

Wittney Hammeke, junior in secondary education, showcases her ceramic set.

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'.