Monthly Archives: March 2010

Father of autistic child launches ‘Operation Jack’

When Sam Felsenfeld broke his neck at the age of 16 in a swimming pool accident, it was fate that allowed him to regain...

New video chat service offers fewer gambles

ChatRoulette is an Internet social networking phenomenon that has seen a dramatic expansion in popularity since it was created in December. The premise is...

Service dogs provide support, companionship

A pack of Labrador and golden retrievers wearing blue and yellow vests crowded the Union Courtyard Tuesday morning to show off their skills and...

Coach Martin holds high hopes for next season’s team

With the season now over and the emotions from Saturday's loss to Butler University in the Elite Eight not so fresh, K-State men's basketball...

Nutter’s Midweek Musings

Wednesday conundrums while Wildcat Nation reflects on one of the best basketball seasons in school history and transitions to baseball and spring football.• ...

Wildcats play host to Jayhawks at Wamego

K-State women's tennis plays host to the Kansas Jayhawks today. The Jayhawks hold a 9-7 record compared to the Wildcats' 4-8 record. Each team...

Common courtesy benefits everyone

Etiquette is a unique part of our world that varies due to a number of different cultural factors. In some countries, burping is seen...

US needs truly free media system for health care details

Imagine that your interests are opposed to those of the common citizens. You wish to enforce policies that benefit you and your supporters at...

Framing of debate issues will win the November election

In anticipation of the upcoming elections in November, Democrats and Republicans have already begun gearing up their political campaigns. For Democrats to maintain a...

The Planner

The K-State Student Subunit of the American Fisheries Society is hosting a free screening of the documentary film "The End of the Line" on...

South American herbal tea provides nutrients, energy

Centuries ago, the goddesses of the moon and the cloud came down to the Earth to visit the natives. On their way to the...

Big Pink Caboose Part One

As soon as we stepped on the train, it loved us. There was no doubt of that. We were seated in the front of...

Performances shine with variety

The audience sang, hollered and jived in their seats as Angela Muhwezi and Damien Thompson tore up the stage with their hip-hop moves, to...

Wildcats win fourth straight game against rival Shockers

No. 20 K-State took down No. 30 Wichita State Tuesday night by a score of 8-3 to complete its 13-game home stand with a...

Shot Stop charity for Alzheimer’s Assc.

Recently, Aggieville's Shot Stop began a fundraiser for the Alzheimer's Association. Patrons can pay to have their name placed next to the shot of...

Comedian discusses life, spending habits

Tim Clue, writer and comedian from Chicago, told students in a comedian act last night in Forum Hall he was living the Visa loca."I...

Library program helps local kids READ with Dogs to improve skills

For children all over Manhattan, there is a program offered that combines both a love for animals and a love for reading.Each week Manhattan's...

Baseball perfect versus OSU, looks to WSU

The young K-State baseball team seemed unfazed by the start of Big 12 play as they recorded the first opening-series conference sweep in school...

Clemente difficult to replace

Now that the K-State men's basketball season is over, the avid K-State sports fan is faced with three options.Some will focus immediately on spring...

Cats hope to heat the track and field in Arizona

If any members of the K-State track and field team are not accustomed to conditions in the Arizona desert, that is about to change.The...
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