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City of Manhattan conducts annual Spring Cleanup

Noah Berchman, staff writer April 11, 2024
City cleanup crews picked up resident yard clippings April 1-5.
The annual Aggieville Egg Hunt is underway. Eggs are hidden in various businesses throughout Aggieville until March 29 and the prizes can be picked up at the Aggieville Business Association.

Donation-based Aggieville egg hunt highlights Manhattan businesses

Kyra Case, staff writer March 28, 2024
Fifty Easter eggs hidden across Aggieville incentivize winners to check out other businesses.

Manhattan’s North Campus Corridor Project enters final phase

Kyra Case, staff writer March 7, 2024
Residents forced to take detours to avoid construction.
A Collegian newspaper clipping covering the first Fake Pattys Day in 2007.

Everything to know before Fake Patty’s Day

Kaitlynn Faber and Amelia Likens February 29, 2024
Here are some tips and tricks to look great, have fun and stay safe on Fake Patty's Day
A barista at Parkside Station makes a coffee beverage for a customer. The restaurant recently opened and offers a full service restaurant and bar with a pastry and coffee counter.

Bakery, bistro and bar: Mother-daughter duo opens Parkside Station restaurant

Lexi Studebaker, staff writer February 29, 2024
Phyllis and Hannah Pease open Parkside Station on Poyntz Avenue and 11th Street alongside their bakery, Little Batch Company.

Potholes to progress: Navigating Manhattan’s road to smoother transit

Nick Mckee-Rist, staff writer February 22, 2024
Why Manhattan's roads need help, and how to solve these challenges for the future.

Keep your love local: The importance of supporting Manhattan businesses this Valentine’s Day

Kaitlynn Faber, arts and culture editor February 9, 2024
Support Manhattan local businesses and find the perfect something for your perfect someone this Valentine's Day.
LINK scooters were removed from Manhattan and K-State after Superpedestrian ceased operations. K-State hopes to replace the e-scooters with another method of transportation. (Archive Photo by Dylan Connell)

LINK e-scooters removed from Manhattan

Kyra Case, staff writer January 19, 2024
Superpedestrian takes back more than 20,000 electric scooters across the U.S.
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