Monthly Archives: June 2010

Two deaths at Festival first since 1996 shows

The number 14 holds some significance to the Affiliated Foods Midwest Country Stampede music festival this year; not only does this number signify how...

Tuition to increase 7.4 percent this fall semester

Students with already threadbare pocketbooks will have another reason to clutch them even tighter. The cost of going to school has just gone up.Last...

Texting drivers will be pulled over

Talking with a friend on a cell phone or clicking the keypad with one hand to text "Hey, I'm on my way" to a...

THOUGHTS ON CAMPUS

"Drunk." Zach Olberding, senior in marketing"Country." Oladipo Fajimolu, sophomore in accounting"Hyphenated word: controlled-chaos." Peter Rails, junior in fine arts"Overrated." Jeffrey Bromley, junior in...

Advisers should not hinder students’ career decisions

When I first came to K-State, I had absolutely no idea what I wanted to major in.During freshmen orientation I met with my academic...

Environmental cautions costly for American people, economy

Don't you love the planet? Aren't you aware the blue globe known as Planet Earth is on the brink of utter destruction?When sifting through...

Alpha meets in Aggieville bar for discussions about God, philosophy

The Kathouse Lounge in Aggieville, buzzes with the chatter of a different type of barfly. This is where the group Alpha meets every Monday...

Spend your summer ‘flirtexting’

Texting might seem like a simple way of communicating, but one text message can be much more complex than that; it can even make...

Marriage traditions similar in many cultures, societies

Heather Oentrich Staff Writer"Love is universal," said Harald Prins, anthropology professor. "In all cultures something we would call love existed, but the ways people...

Distance relationships require cooperation in communication

Some say distance makes the heart grow fonder. Long-distance relationships can typically prove otherwise. For college students, summertime separation can make or break a...

Country Stampede 2010 successful, good for Manhattan community

The sun has set on another successful Country Stampede. This is my third summer in Manhattan, and I am still glad to see such...

Annual country music festival gives attendees excuse to party for four days straight

Two women wearing 94.5 radio volunteer shirts wandered by a sea of trucks, trailers and tents Thursday afternoon at Tuttle Creek, making their way...

Blotter 6-28-10

SATURDAYAlexander Joseph Soldano, 2103 Green Ave., No. 2, was arrested at 12:35 p.m. for possession of opiates, opium, or narcotics, and possession of drug...

Manhattan woman raped by unknown suspect

A local woman reported being raped by an unknown male last week, according to a report from the Riley County Police Department.The incident reportedly...

Market sells fresh fudge, pasta

Customers entering Emerald City Market immediately seem drawn to the delicious possibilites that await them. In the center of the room underneath a stunning...

Global tragedies on TV incomparable to personal angst, loneliness

Two weeks ago I hurried into a Collegian staff meeting with a broken heart and a feeling deep in my chest that could not...

THOUGHTS ON CAMPUS

What is your criteria for accepting friend requests on social networking sites, like Facebook and Myspace?"I at least have to have some idea of...

Fake identities online lead to strange connections, bullying

Almost four years ago, Megan Meier, a 13-year-old girl from Dardenne Prairie, Mo., hanged herself. She was cyber bullied by a boy named Josh...

Texting while driving banned

City Commissioners voted Tuesday night to ban texting while driving in Manhattan.The Manhattan City Commission met at 7 p.m. in City Hall to discuss...
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