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Snag in Aggieville offers affordable, quick grocery delivery

Manhattan's newest delivery service, Snag, transports groceries and snacks by scooter within 10 minutes.

REVIEW: ‘The Blade Itself’ is a wonderful, painful read

Cutting straight to the point, Joe Abercrombie brings readers close to his characters in "The Blade Itself."

REVIEW: ‘BALLADS 1’ uses smooth tones to process pain in relationships

Joji's new album, "BALLADS 1," is the next "Marvin's Room."

REVIEW: ‘Bohemian Rhapsody,’ would you like some movie with that soundtrack?

"Bohemian Rhapsody" lacks true storytelling that would properly commemorate the rock band, Queen.

REVIEW: Reading “Lolita” requires rules

The classic book "Lolita" can be misunderstood by readers if they don't have the right mindset.

Bad sleeping habits affect grades, ability to absorb information in class

Sleep. Who needs it? College places a heavy burden on students' time management between classes and homework, and whatever is left is usually allocated...

‘Bic For Her’ hilariously bad marketing strategy

There are many products and services on the market that are designed and advertised to target either male or female consumers, even if the...

REVIEW: “Darius the Great is Not Okay” portrays family life in relatable way

A trip to Iran changes a teen's outlook on life.

Disney’s ‘Encanto’ filled with great music, important life lessons

"Encanto" is a great movie with lots of lessons to keep in mind for ourselves as well as others in our lives.

Sexual Assault Awareness Month survivor art exhibit addresses victim-blaming, available resources

Honoring sexual assault awareness month, Colony Square hosts an emotional exhibit featuring the clothing victims wore at the time of their assault.

REVIEW: New Tarantino adaptation of ‘The Giving Tree’ troubling, puzzling

The newest addition to Mr. Tarantino's collection maybe shouldn't have been planted at all.

Locals discuss ‘glory days’ of Aggieville

Locals discuss how Aggieville has changed over the years.

REVIEW: Raising Cane’s is everything you want, as long as you want chicken fingers

How does Raising Cane's rank on the pecking order of chicken restaurants?

Willie the Wildcat still one wild cat at 50 years old

A look back at the history behind K-State's beloved mascot.

A brief, vulgar history of the ‘KU chant’

The "F*** KU" chant is more controversial than ever, but the past, present and future of sporting chants at K-State is something more students should know about.

Pepsi priority: Why Coca-Cola products cannot be found on campus

The age-old debate of Coke versus Pepsi is legally settled at K-State.

Trevor Noah shakes up McCain with comedy set

The comedian's approach allows for more comfortable conversations on typically uncomfortable topics.

Electric scooters make their debut in Manhattan as the fall semester begins

Superpedestrian, the leading micro mobility tech company from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, engineered these scooters.

Seoul USA brightens Manhattan culture with taste of Korean cuisine

A taste of Korean cuisine comes to Manhattan at the newly opened Seoul USA.

Netflix Original Review: ‘Mission Blue’ easily combines environmental, biographical stories

"Mission Blue" seamlessly blends two documentary types to explore the ocean.