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K-State climatologist predicts relatively dry, mild winter season

As K-State students welcome the month of November, many have started to prepare to brave the cold weather of the upcoming winter. Temperatures have...

Raising a family in a college town

Manhattan isn't just a college town, it's a city with families raising kids.

Play opens in Nichols Theatre Thurs.

The lights came on inside Nichols Theatre and a buzzing crowd was introduced to a sight that they might not be used to seeing...

Group to sponsor poetry slam to raise funds for African mission trip

The judges have spoken. Local writers have been selected to compete in the categories of poetry, prose and freestyle to perform and compete at...

Junction City ‘going green’ with fair

This weekend, Junction City is set to host the community's first Green Fair from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Municipal Building,...

REVIEW: Danielle Bradbery embodies the voice of modern country music

Danielle Bradbery performed at K-State on Tuesday, Nov. 27.

Editor’s reading list: ‘To The Stars Through Difficulties’ by Romalyn Tilghman

The realistic fiction "To The Stars Through Difficulties" is told from the perspectives of three female community leaders.

Streamlining old wardrobe eliminates unwanted clothing

There is a monster in your closet and it is not the furry kind with razor-sharp teeth; it is your wardrobe. It is disordered,...

‘The Bridge’ promotes suicide awareness

    In 2004, 24 people committed suicide by jumping off the Golden Gate Bridge.     Nineteen of these deaths were captured on film, and...

All night long: Why students study in the Union after dark

The K-State Student Union is a study spot that just won't quit.

Future of French professor’s position left uncertain with upcoming retirement

Claire Dehon has left a lasting impact at K-State. When she leaves, however, there may not be enough funding to replace her position.

K-State’s heritage flourishes outdoors

The K-State campus is home to more than just buildings and students.

Life as an Awkward Grad: Envelope leads to soul-seeking

   I have this envelope in my room. It's on a shelf that slides out in my desk. Beside it rests the box my GPS...

REVIEW: Top 10 episodes of ‘Community’

With all six seasons now available on Netflix, here are 10 episodes Kyle Helie recommends to get you started.

Juan De Santiago lost almost everything in the Manhattan flood. This is his story.

"The flood kind of taught me to deal with real life problems as well as time management," De Santiago said.

Collegian Staff Picks: Your weekend entertainment guide for books, podcasts and more

The Collegian staff shares some of their favorite content to fill your weekend.

One tank trip: Wildcats on the loose at Lawrence Prairie Park Nature Center

The Prairie Park Nature Center in Lawrence features wildlife, and is a great educational opportunity for anyone looking to get out and do something different with only one tank of gas.

Student Access Center fills in accessibility gaps on campus

Blind student Kaitlyn Cherry faces accessibility barriers on campus and relies on the Student Access Center for support.

Little Apple’s chow down spots

When I first came to Manhattan three years ago, I was nervous about the quality and variety of food here. I'm from Fort Worth,...

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.
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