Monthly Archives: October 2010

Neither the Wildcats nor the Cowboys looked like teams who have recently put up more than 40 points per game. The game was tied...

In its final fall competition, the women's golf team looks to have one of its toughest tests yet. In the Alamo Invitational in San...

This Saturday, K-State plans to compete in the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Game Day Challenge for recycling. The event is put on by the EPA...

When I see all the fancy arms and impressive Army airplanes, I imagine those must be very expensive, but I don't understand why so...

Ken Cannon, the Reform Party's gubernatorial candidate, said he decided to run for governor after a friend in the legislature told him this year...

Manhattan citizens and students will have an opportunity to experience the element of fire before trick-or-treating this Sunday. The Society for the Appreciation of...

"I always wondered why they were called roofies, cause you're more likely to end up on the floor than the roof. They should call...

On Monday, an article ran calling the play of our football team "unacceptable." Interesting, considering we were coming off a heartbreaking loss in a...

Sam Nearhood senior staff writer Apparently, the athletics department did not receive the memo, as this weekend marks the conclusion of All-University Homecoming for K-State,...

Ashley Dunkak attended the Big 12 Conference basketball media days at the Sprint Center in Kansas City, Mo., on Oct. 20 and Oct. 21....

Ashley Dunkak sports editor The owners of a winning record thanks to a close home win over Baylor last week, K-State (3-2) will host South...

Ashley Dunkak sports editor On Saturday, the K-State cross country team is scheduled to compete in the Big 12 Championship. The event is located in...

Interlocking, enmeshment and categorization were just a few terms Maria Lugones, a feminist philosopher and professor at Binghamton University, shared with her audience during...

Campaign efforts are coming to an end with only a few days until Tuesday's election, and voters have much to consider before Election Day...

WEDNESDAY Kiara Chantay Kaiser, of the 1200 block of Vattier Street, was booked for probation violation. Bond was set at $1,500. Billy Joe Madison, of the...

A bone marrow registry drive in the K-State engineering complex gives students and faculty the opportunity to save lives today. Sujatha Prakash, interim STEM project...

The iSIS online system is scheduled to receive an upgrade during Thanksgiving Break. Brian Arthaud-Day and Rebecca Gould, information technology assistants, presented during Student...

Students have the opportunity for their art to be displayed in the William T. Kemper Art Gallery in the K-State Student Union this December...

For many high school seniors, college visits include a day off school, a drive or a mid-length flight and the chance to see somewhere...

Though Halloween is this weekend, it's not the first gala this spooky season has brought thus far. By now, Manhattan restaurants, stores and houses...
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