Monthly Archives: November 2008

Hot-shooting leads Wildcats past Golden Grizzlies

    Both Jacob Pullen and Denis Clemente had been cold from the three-point line through four games.    The brief shooting slump didn't last long...

Hollywood Dish: Week in Entertainment

"Catfights and Spotlights" by Sugababes    The babes are back and ready to get fierce on their new album "Catfights and Spotlights."     This is...

Zomba Label Group gives Barnum and Bailey a run for their money.

    Record company Zomba Label Group is running away to the circus and taking three artists with them.     Zomba set up artists Pink,...

International Educator Award recognizes 2 KSU professors

    The distinguished International Educator Award was presented to two K-State professors on Friday.    One of them was Ted Cable, professor of horticulture and...

Kansas Vampire flick holds up to expectations; will entertain most fans, frustrate others

"Twilight"4 out of 5 stars    On Friday, the first installment of the "Twilight" saga was brought to the silver screen, finally sating the grueling...

KSU fine arts student presents ‘contained’ work for master’s degree thesis

    Machiko Yamazaki presented her master's of fine arts thesis exhibit, "Containment," a series of sculptures, on Friday in the William T. Kemper Art...

K-State Mock Trial Team attends first-ever competition

The K-State Mock Trial Team competed in its first-ever meet at the University of Kansas Invitational Nov. 7-9, where two members of the team...

New Foundation facility would use bond money

The City Commission showed its intent to issue up to $20 million in industrial revenue bonds to aid the KSU Foundation in building a...

Mainstream gets interesting with Lenka’s new pop album

    Debut pop artist Lenka's self-titled album doesn't disappoint. The artist kicks off her upbeat and beautiful first album with "The Show," a song...

Men win on the road in Cleveland

The K-State men's basketball team took the show on the road for the first time this season as they traveled to play Cleveland State...

FROM THE ARCHIVES: 1973 campus concert featured classic country, rock artists

In January 1973, Earl Scruggs visited Ahearn Field House and performed for K-State students, faculty and members of the Manhattan community. This is one...

Snyder to coach Wildcats again

    Bill Snyder, whose turnaround of Kansas State has been called "the Miracle in Manhattan," has told school officials he'll return to coach the...

Balancing act: Students work in EMS

    Working in the Emergency Medical Service is a rewarding, yet demanding job for full-time students who are also responsible for their grades, family...

Local stores’ online sites help holiday gift buying go smoothly

    If lines of people packed with screaming children and too-close bodies irritate you, then online shopping might be a solution.     Online...

Many U.S. citizens fail civics tests

Before reading this article, if you're near a computer, go to americancivicliteracy.org and take the quiz. Then, feel free to compare your results to...

Weatherproofing during winter months necessary

    As colder weather approaches, wintry road conditions require Kansas residents to be prepared for the worst.    This winter-weather guide will help you know...

Man charged with van theft

   A Topeka man got his van back when police arrested the man charged with stealing it Tuesday in Ogden, Kan., according to a...

Search for boy’s body continues

    After a day of searching, police and the Army Corps of Engineers have still been unable to locate the body of Kolton Range,...

Blotter 11/24

THURSDAYWendy Kaye Montgomery, 610 Vattier St., was arrested at 10:17 a.m. for failure to appear. Bond was set at $322.Stanley Raymone Beard, Topeka, was...

Big 12 champions show teamwork in win

During a game in which the 2008 Big 12 regular season championship was formally celebrated, the women's basketball team comfortably cruised to an 80-51...
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