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English professor gives deeper insight on code-switching, language in this year’s common read

Code-switching is when individuals alternate between languages within a conversation. Mary Kohn, associate professor in English, explains different reasons why this occurs by relating it to KSBN's book selection of the year.

Little Italy in the Little Apple: New Italian restaurant to open in Aggieville

Nico's Little Italy plans to open in October and offer large food portions and a family atmosphere.

Tailgating brings normalcy back to football season

K-State fans are thrilled to have tailgating back this season and are taking advantage of missed time.

The Thanksgiving feast: Take the turkey off the table

Arts & culture editor Grace Needham argues her side of why Thanksgiving food is in dire need of dumping.

OPINION: Are franchise movies dying?

Marvel and Disney movies are bleeding money and receiving poor critical acclaim.

Resting well over Thanksgiving break

A biweekly column to learn lifestyle advice According to Abbigail.

Editors’ Picks: Songs of December

The Collegian Editorial Board members pick their favorite songs of the month.

Where Are They Now: ‘The Bachelor’ star Sean Lowe

Former K-State football player and "The Bachelor" star Sean Lowe talks social media and K-State memories.

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."

‘Don’t be scared to go down the path that’s least traveled’: EXCITE Shadow Days...

The K-State Office for Advancement of Women in Science and Engineering invited high school girls to spend a day in the life of women in STEM on campus.

Australian comedian Randy Feltface tackles faith, existentialism in comedy special ‘The Book of Randicus’

In his new special, Randy asks hard-hitting questions about religion, human evolution and the 2016 Australian Census.

Editor’s reading list: ‘Kiss the Ground’ by Josh Tickell

"Kiss the Ground" is a novel about soil, food and climate change that can engage readers regardless of their proximity to a farm.

REVIEW: Reading “Lolita” requires rules

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

Underrated MHK study spots

The five most underrated study spaces in Manhattan.

401(k) Basics: It’s Never Too Early to Save for Retirement

Although it might seem too early for college students to plan for retirement when most haven’t started working full-time yet, understanding the retirement savings...

US processed foods contain ingredients banned in other countries

Buzzfeed posted an article on June 19 about ingredients in common U.S. foods that are banned in other countries — things that cause cancer,...

Life of a house boy is a balancing act

Chapter dinner at a sorority would not be the same without them

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.

Historical blazes give K-State a fiery history

With the first fire recorded on campus occuring in 1882, K-State has made a history of battling fires on campus.

Manhattan Public Library promotes inclusion, diversity with new display of LGBTQ+ books

The Rainbow Library initiative provided the Manhattan Public Library with new LGBTQ+ books to promote inclusion and diversity in their young adult section.