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Monthly Archives: March 2010

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

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

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

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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...

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

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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...

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

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

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

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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...

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

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

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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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