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‘There is resilience within this work’: Panel discusses importance of 2021 common book ‘The...

Set in a dystopian world ruined by global warming, “The Marrow Thieves” brings issues of race and sexuality to light. The Indigenous North American protagonist fights against being hunted for their bone marrow, which will allow others the ability to dream.

Green Bandana Project, WellCAT ambassadors spread word on mental health, suicide prevention

More information about mental health and how to join the project is on Lafene's program website, and information on WellCAT ambassador activities is on its Instagram.

Aggieville bars, RCPD prepare for Fake Patty’s Day

Riley County Police Department and the bars in Aggieville get ready for the unofficial holiday.

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.

Fun and flatulence in McCain’s double toilet stalls

Two toilets are better than one in the bathrooms of McCain Auditorium, and here is why.

Manhattan magician: The man under the hat

Aggieville’s up-and-coming magician is more than meets the eye.

Minor’s Night Out

Minors have options both on and off K-State's campus to hang out and meet new people.

5-foot-1 female powerlifter breaks records, continues pushing her limits

Kansas State student excels in powerlifting and continues to surprise her competitors.

From cattle to camels: How four camels came to Shamrock Farm

June Crenshaw never thought her small Kansas farm would become home to a group of camels.

Virtual comedy: America’s Got Talent runner-up provides comedic relief for students

Comedian Drew Lynch didn't shy away from politics or poking fun at himself in his live streamed show Wednesday evening.

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.

‘Reading helps people to be seen’: ReadMHK brings community together

The Manhattan Public Library challenges ReadMHK to read a book of different themes every month.

‘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...

K-State to adopt new policy in response to active shooters

According to a study released by the FBI last September, active shooter incidents in the United States are on the rise.

Be Able Community Center gives struggling Manhattan residents a place to rebuild

The community center, founded by Scott Voos, works to form relationships and spread empathy within the community.

Memphis alt-rockers release self-titled debut album

The Band CAMINO showcases a variety of styles with the release of their self-titled debut album.

‘This is home to me’: Yuma Street, Douglass Center represent rich history of Black...

Built in 1942, the Douglass Center started as United Service Organization (USO) and served as a recreational spot for Black soldiers.

REVIEW: ‘Inventing Anna’: A guide to scamming New York City elite

"Inventing Anna" is a new Netflix series loosely based on the true story of Anna Delvey, a con artist who scams New York City socialites, businesses, investors and her friends out of thousands of dollars.

THINK LOCAL: Kite’s Bar and Grill offers live music, catering, events

Kite's is restaffing and will have both restaurants running this summer, allowing some students to see it during the relaunch over the summer, while others will have to wait and see it next year.

Wamego in full bloom for 35th Annual Tulip Festival

Featuring arts and crafts vendors and 20,000 tulips, the 35th Annual Wamego Tulip Festival takes place this April 23-24.