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Behind the Mask: K-State’s resident superhero finds his super suit during pandemic

Lane Porter, better known on campus as "the kid who dresses up as Frozone," dusted off his super suit early this semester to spread some joy amid the pandemic.

Rockwood Books & Collectibles brings new faces, old books together

Rockwood Books and Collectibles continues as a gateway for those in search of an old book, comic book or literature novel and it all stems from the passion of the owner.

Community recycling event successful despite cold weather

Frigid temperatures did not deter people from participating in the community recycling event hosted by ESB Financial Saturday. More than 100 cars passed through...

Manhattan Metalfest moves, Mel’s hosts event after PJ’s closes

In one fell swoop, Mel's Tavern absorbed the last niche audience wrung from PJ's Bar by playing host to the ninth annual Manhattan Metalfest...

K-State fans plan for the Sunflower Showdown at KU

What are K-State fans doing for the Sunflower Showdown in Lawrence?

SafeRide program sees positive reception despite pandemic setbacks, limited use

Kansas State's SafeRide program is overseen by the Center for Student Involvement and funded through the campus privilege fee.

Fort Riley invites media to attend a pie baking session for Apple Day Festival

When I entered the dining facility at Fort Riley, it was buzzing with activity. Machines whirring, voices carrying and bodies bustling combined for an...

Architecture student highlights immigrants’ experiences in senior art exhibition

"Aquí Estamos De Pie," the title of the project, translates to "Here We Stand."

Mainstream gets interesting with Lenka’s new pop album

    Debut pop artist Lenka's self-titled album doesn't disappoint. The artist kicks off her upbeat and beautiful first album with "The Show," a song...

The effects of ‘physical distancing’ and how to take care of yourself

A staff psychologist at Counseling Services and K-State professor of psychological sciences explain the effects of physical distancing.

Group fundraising to turn Manhattan Hill letters purple

It came to him in a dream. Winston Wolf, junior in architecture and vice president of the Cystic Fibrosis Awareness Club, used his slumber...

Drunk with creativity, Missouri student develops alcohol-flavored popcorn

After watching a group of college kids sneak alcohol into a Kansas City movie theater, Cary Silverman had an idea to combine this beverage...

Flu symptoms can occur suddenly, but Lafene has students, community covered

From getting vaccinated to treating symptoms, Lafene Health Center says they are equipped to help students fight off the flu this season.

Tattoo experiences present surprises, both good and bad

    If there wasn't a sign, people might be fooled. The linoleum floor is perfectly swept, and the soft hum in the background could...

Comedian Brian Regan coming to McCain

Brian Regan visits Manhattan for the second time while continuing his tour.

‘Learning on the fly’: Mati adjusts to American volleyball, new opportunities

Freshman Tessa Mati traveled all the way from Italy to join the Wildcats.

Fake Patty’s Day Drinking Guide

Plan your route for Fake Patty's Day efficiently, effectively.

Psychologist: Brain enjoys fear when it knows situation is not real

Though Halloween is this weekend, it's not the first gala this spooky season has brought thus far. By now, Manhattan restaurants, stores and houses...

Q&A: Bosco discusses being the dean of students, falling in love with K-State

Pat Bosco, vice president of student life and dean of students, talks purple pride and being a Wildcat in this Collegian Q&A.

International Buddies prepares for another year

A new president will take over next year, though the club's goal is still to help international students.