Monthly Archives: October 2008

Manhattan gas prices higher than most

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

Tour of Cotton, Inc. headquarters shows material truly is the fabric of our lives

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

Tony-winning tap dancer to perform on Sunday

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,...

Week-long pumpkin carving contest displays skills, concludes with student prizes and recognition

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

‘Dance For a Cure’ ties art form to awareness, fund raising

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

Mid-Campus Drive to be closed

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...

Department reviews endangered species list

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...

Economic crisis cannot be blamed solely on Bush

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

ACORN’s faulty acts leads to financial troubles for citizens

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....

K-State Wildcats welcome in-state rival to Manhattan

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...

Cardwell construction surprises instructors, forces classes to move

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

Dolonte Hill’s salary warranted

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

Bulletins

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...

Experienced sophomore expected to lead staff

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...

Burglary reported on KSU campus

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

Letter to the Editor

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...

Blotter

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...

Injury accident transports 1 to hospital

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...

A sound investment

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

Campbell discusses defensive flaws, hobbies off the field

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