Monthly Archives: October 2011

Erika Nelson, an educator and independent artist, will be speaking about Kansas folk art on Thursday at 5:30 p.m. at the Beach Museum of...

Students walking through Bosco Student Plaza this week might notice a large booth dominating the shaded area near the K-State Student Union's north entrance....

College presented me with many challenges, but one was presented that I never even considered: a physical disability. The summer after my freshman year,...

On Thursday, the K-State women's basketball team will open up the 2011-12 season against the Oklahoma City University Stars. For the second straight year,...

Showing that they are ready to join the Big 12 immediately, West Virginia University has filed a lawsuit against the Big East Conference. In a...

The St. Louis Cardinals just capped off one of the greatest comebacks in sports history as they defeated the Texas Rangers in the World...

NFL Following a solid performance against the Miami Dolphins, Tim Tebow and the Denver Broncos came out flat against the Detroit Lions. Tebow was sacked...

Nobody looks at me. I'm not trying to be emo, or overdramatic, or whatever you call it these days. I'm just stating a fact. Unless...

As K-State students welcome the month of November, many have started to prepare to brave the cold weather of the upcoming winter. Temperatures have...

The final doctoral dissertation of Bhanu Bhakta Neupane, "Excited State Electronic Structure, Excitation Energy Transfer, and Charge Separation Dynamics of Various Natural and Artificial...

SUNDAY Elder Isaias Guerra-Pineda, of Charlotte, N.C., was booked for no driver's license. No bond was listed. Brett Lee Alexander, of Clifton, Kan., was booked for...

K-State has dozens of events going on in any given week, many of them free and open to any student. Despite these activities' marketing...

Food, fun and an educational experience for students of all races and nationalities were the three main goals of the the College of Architecture's...

The City Commission will address the Flint Hills Discovery Center's hours of operation, admission fees and facility usage fees at tonight's meeting. Commissioners will...

The women's basketball season starts on Thursday and so does the second installment of the Bramlage Brigade. We applaud the athletics department for creating an...

Sunset Zoo held its annual SPOOKtacular event, themed "villains and heroes," this past weekend. SPOOKtacular is a Halloween event that features different vendors as...

Halloween is a great time of the year and probably one of the most anticipated celebrations among people of all ages for different reasons....

It's that time of year again when people of all ages get to celebrate a night of unbridled indulgence and mischief. Of course, about...

The bands, floats and excitement of the K-State All-University-Homecoming parade drew large crowds of people to the main street of Aggieville on Friday evening....

Aggieville was packed with people on Friday. Unusual about this gathering of people, however, was that it was mostly comprised of children in costumes...
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