“Cendrillon” is a non-traditional retelling of the classic “Cinderella” — in opera form.
Call Hall Dairy Bar is conveniently located on campus for students and staff looking for a quick, hearty meal.
Fake Patty’s Day can be chaotic, but there are things you can do to ensure safety and maximize fun
“Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania” is a disappointing addition to the MCU with a forgettable story and thin characters
The newest season of “Outer Banks”,released Feb. 23, left some viewers unimpressed
K-State Rodeo Club hosted rodeo teams from across the Midwest to compete in Weber Arena
The 5th-annual Pancakes for Pawnee event raised over $20,000 for Pawnee Mental Health Services with the help of Early Edition.
Kansas State’s Sexuality and Gender Alliance, LGBT Resource Center, Student Governing Association and Union Program council host the annual K-State Drag Show
Antojitos Mexicanos El Sol could be your next dinner spot, but the food is hit-or-miss
The latest open-world Pokémon games deliver desired gameplay experience but contain graphics and performance-related issues.
An account of a student’s experience at the Kansas City Chiefs’ Super Bowl Parade.
The McCain Auditorium was filled with love, laughter and sorrow as actors switched between characters, sometimes within seconds.
A Kansas State student shares her views on how to make the most out of relationships and friendships.
Love is in the air — or is it the smell of coffee? Either way, local coffee shops have been brewing up February drink specials with lots of love.
From Feb. 13-17, Kansas State Social Media Week will give students opportunities to learn and network with social media influencers and professionals.
When Kenedi Kelso, Quinn Tilley, Tyler Bolz and Santino Trombino originally went viral on TikTok for their pasta drive-thru, they saw an opportunity to make an impact on the Manhattan community, and they continue to do just that.
It’s a quiet, sun-filled day in the forests of Pennsylvania. The birds sing, the grasshoppers chirp and the trees rustle.
The Greater Manhattan Community Foundation is looking for the next winner of the Commemorative Poster Contest, a poster design competition with a prize of $1,000.
The long-awaited Johnny Kaw’s House Bar and The Barn are now open in Aggieville. Located across from Johnny Kaw’s Yard Bar, the pair have already drawn large crowds.
McCool’s Bar + Kitchen first opened its doors in autumn of 2022 on North Manhattan Avenue. Located between Porter’s and Globe Indian Cuisine, McCool’s is a laid-back yet hip new bar, offering inexpensive drinks and a variety of food options.