Monthly Archives: October 2008

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Though nationwide gas prices have been on the decline over the past several weeks — to the benefit of individuals struggling in a volatile...

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This semester, I was selected for a grant research team that was funded by Cotton Incorporated and implemented by Deborah Brosdahl, the fantastic associate...

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Savion Glover, Tony-award-winning tap dancer, will perform at 7:30 p.m. on Sunday in McCain Auditorium as a part of the 2008-09 McCain Performance Series,...

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The week-long contest that tested student and faculty creativity ended Thursday night.     The Great Pumpkin Carving Contest sponsored by Union Program Council invited...

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Girls in "Tough Enough to Wear Pink" shirts and black tights leapt across the Union Courtyard, arms spread wide, as if they were letting...

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Mid-Campus Drive will be closed today beginning at 6 a.m., Facilities Project Manager Jack Carlson said.    Carlson said the street will be closed from...

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The black-footed ferret is one of 59 species on the threatened and endangered species list in Kansas. Through the help of the Kansas Department...

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Americans are well aware of the presidential election that will take place in just a few short days. They are equally aware of the...

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Last week I wrote on ACORN's voter fraud cases and the Cloward-Piven Strategy they seem to be using to undermine the legitimacy of elections....

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After Wednesday night's nail-biter against Texas A&M, head volleyball coach Suzie Fritz said she could sense her team was starting to wear down.    "That...

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    Students waited curiously, looking at what used to be their classroom but had been transformed into a construction site, as their instructor dialed...

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    Much has been made in the last few weeks in regard to how much K-State assistant coach Dalonte Hill is paid.     Rivals.com...

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Career and Employment Services will sponsor Work the Education Career Fair at 6 p.m. Monday in K-State Student Union 213. For more information, go...

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It didn't take long for Thomas Rooke to commit to K-State during his junior year of high school. After being contacted by baseball coach...

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A burglary was reported at the KSU Foundation on Monday, according to a K-State Police report.     Several offices in the building were entered,...

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Editor,     It's disappointing to me that during homecoming week of all weeks, the K-State Men's Glee Club did not perform "The Big 12...

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WEDNESDAYAnthony Howard Patton Jr., 315 Kearney St., was arrested at 9:59 a.m. for failure to appear. Bond was set at $18,000.Ricco Nahshon Hall, 917...

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A Manhattan woman was sent to the hospital after running a red light, causing a two-vehicle accident Wednesday, according to a Riley County Police...

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During the presidential debates this year, both candidates frequently touted their connections to Warren Buffet.     The Omaha businessman and philanthropist was referenced throughout...

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By Steve Berklund Kansas state collegian Ian Campbell is a senior defensive end from Cimarron, Kan. He is a captain this season for...