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Monthly Archives: October 2011

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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...

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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....

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

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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,...

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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...

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

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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...

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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...

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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...

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

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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

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

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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...

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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....

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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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