Monthly Archives: December 2011

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  The K-State men's basketball team closed out their non-conference schedule with a dominating win, 82-46, over the Howard Bison to put the Wildcats at...

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Not only did K-State head Coach, Frank Martin, spend his holidays under the sunny Hawaiian skies, but he also wore a festive, purple Hawaiian...

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KANSAS CITY - The K-State men's basketball team captured its first win over a ranked opponent this season on Saturday against the No. 21...

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The K-State men's basketball team won 79-68 in overtime against the North Florida Ospreys after the Wildcats lost their previous game against the West...

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Lindsay Tubbs realizes it may look odd to others when she steps out of her handicap-parked car. She realizes that at first glance, she...

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Colleen Quinn staff writer Imagine befriending an upperclassman in your freshman year on campus. After attending a few parties, dinners and you suddenly find yourself...

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Ambassadors of K-State's spirit overseas came from all over the world with ambition and left with a part of K-State in them. They are...

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As an instructor in communication studies, theatre and dance at K-State, Neil Dunn dabbles in a wide range of artistic mediums like choreography, composition,...

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K-Staters, What an exciting semester this has been! With the ‘Cats heading to the Cotton Bowl and everyone preparing for finals, Student Governing Association is...

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Raised in a Christian family, I always had the opportunity as a child to celebrate Christmas. When I was in middle school, I converted...

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While there are some similarities, the U.S. and Latin American countries share a lot of cultural differences. Luly Trevino Leal, senior in food science...

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With the recent economic recession, many people are trying to make sense of it all. How did we get to this point? With all...

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With finals just around the corner, K-State students begin to pull out the notes and review sheets to refresh the material that they learned...

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MLB St. Louis will have one of the toughest jobs in baseball this winter; replacing Albert Pujols. The prized free agent of this year's pool...

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The Wildcats look to continue their magical run through the NCAA volleyball tournament as they get back on the court tonight night in Honolulu....

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They protect their country and fight for the rights of its citizens. Many, however, do not know of the struggles some soldiers face after...

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John Fellers' life was always laced with music. His mother the minister of music at his church growing up. Fellers spent many hours fascinated...

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The final doctoral dissertation of Ryan Bergstrom,"Conceptualizing Sustainable Community Development and Natural Resource Management in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem", will be held December 12...

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WEDNESDAY Cristian Garduno Velasquez, of Junction City, was booked for theft. Bond was set at $1,000. Starlynn Mae Turbiville, of Topeka, was booked for driving under...

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Ambassadors of K-State's spirit overseas came from all over the world with ambition and left with a part of K-State in them. They are...