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Think Local: MasterTeacher helps companies, teacher, others with printing needs

EP PrintSource, a division of The Master Teacher, is local to Manhattan and has served clients since 1969.

Robby’s Famous Cheesecakes becoming a staple in Little Apple

Robby’s Famous Cheesecakes has recently opened in Aggieville with sweet treats for everyone to try.

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.

3-D Printing may not take off until next year, still revolutionary

3-D Printing is currently expensive, but next year when the prices are expected to drop, the industry's use will skyrocket.

Banned Book Highlight: “Fahrenheit 451”

"Farenheit 451" is still a hot topic in America.

Student tailgating changes, result of new football facility

Students voice concern with the state of tailgating due to the new football training facility.

2012 ‘Dredd’ reboot done right, keeps true to original comic, shuns mistakes from 1995...

Last Friday saw the release of the awfully-marketed "Dredd" starring Karl Urban as the titular hero. This marks the second time the helmeted officer...

Skipping class has consequences

Countless research papers and studies exist that provide solid evidence that students who attend class receive an end result of a much higher grade...

Manhattan Hill

Editor's Note: This is the second installment of the 8 Wonders of Manhattan running in the Collegian over the summer. A new wonder will...

Taco Lucha, not just another taco shop

A review of the restaurant home to the raspberry and black bean dip, the peanut butter taco and the Nancy

Slightly sarcastic horoscopes with Madam LoCoco

Madam LoCoco, the "friendly" campus "medium," gazes into your bleak, bleak future.

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.

Cat Cuisine: Vista Drive In serves up students and community history

Vista Drive In settled itself into Manhattan history in 1964, and since then has dished out stories about family, burgers and even Bill Murray.

Greek life makes efforts to foster diversity in community

Alpha Chi Omega introduced a diversity chair this year to improve representation within the Greek community.

‘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.

Think Local: Beach Museum of Art launches new exhibition

This exhibition by David Lebrun is part of a larger exhibition showcasing artifacts from around the world.

Sponsor Spotlight: Uncorked Inspiration brings creativity in art, food right to the table

In addition to public events, Uncorked Inspiration offers private pottery and canvas painting parties for children and adults.

Thanksgiving food favorites bring back attached memories

Food is the best part of Thanksgiving for many, so what is the best dish to eat on turkey day?

Miss Kansas marches to beat of her own drum

Taylor Clark, member of the Kansas State Marching Band, was crowned as 2021's Miss Kansas. Through years of pageants, she takes the year off of school to travel in her role, gaining positive experiences along the way.

Horror podcast ‘Archive 81’ adapted into chilling Netflix series

"Archive 81" follows digital archivist Dan Turner (Mamoudou Athie), who is hired to restore footage damaged in an apartment fire two decades ago.