Monthly Archives: April 2008

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Cole McDaniel, junior in speech and business communication, is a fixture at the K-State Student Union bowling alley. As both a bowler and an...

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The K-State Alumni Association invites all 2008 K-State graduates (May, August and December) to Senior Send-Off from 4 to 6 p.m. on May 8...

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A glance around the Big 12 Room in the K-State Student Union during Student Senate meetings reveals two middle-aged men who sit among K-State's...

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Kansas State CollegianNo-injury accident Police responded to an accident without injuries on Tuesday morning, according to a K-State Police report. The accident happened on the...

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An employee of FedEx Kinko's Inc., 1329 Anderson Ave., was charged Monday with nine counts of theft and nine counts of computer crime, according...

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Seniors and juniors at K-State have had the opportunity to see what most college students in the U.S. never get the chance to witness....

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For the past few decades, the phrase "military draft" has been a verbal taboo in the U.S. But with the war in Iraq showing...

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While many U.S. citizens have their eyes and ears locked on their TVs for the recent "he said, she said, the old man said"...

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ESPN is the Wikipedia of television. Any time a college student is bored and on the Internet, he or she usually visits the free...

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K-State defensive back Justin McKinney and linebacker Justin Roland each have signed free-agent contracts with NFL teams. McKinney will join the St. Louis Rams,...

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The K-State baseball team's trip southeast to play No. 8-ranked Wichita State couldn't have turned out any better as the Wildcats were able to...

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During baseball practice last Thursday, coach Brad Hill stood stoically in the light rain, staring at his players as they took swings inside the...

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Community environmental leaders emphasized making K-State environmentally friendly through discourse, education and hard work at Tuesday night's movie presentation and panel discussion on the...

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Dotting the streets of Aggieville, locally owned shops and nationally recognized chain stores lure in customers, each striving to succeed in Manhattan's economy by...

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K-State's Biosecurity Research Institute will be nationally recognized by the National Biosafety and Biocontainment Training Program as an official "designated training facility." The title...

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Members of Hotel Management Society sampled bite-sized cheesecakes and mini-pizzas while questioning a restaurant professional for their year-end event Monday night. Andrea Grier, HMS...

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Finals are around the corner, which means many students will be cramming in the library into the wee hours of the morning. Many will...

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Big Momma doesn't want anyone to go home hungry. That's why Big Momma's Grill, located inside PJ's Pub, strives to serve the biggest and...

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MONDAYKristofer O'Brion Bailey, 3028 Kimball Ave., Apt. 9, at 9:38 a.m. for theft and computer crime. Bond was $3,000.Daniel Raymon Reyes, 5204 Terra Heights...

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The Kathouse Lounge, a fairly new addition to the Aggieville bar scene, offers a breath of fresh air for some non-smoking patrons. Some bartenders and...