Monthly Archives: December 2011

K-State dominates Howard in final game before conference play

  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...

K-State places first in Diamond Head Classic, McGruder named Tournament MVP

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...

The Wildcats came prepared, beat No. 21 Alabama

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...

Wildcats come back to win over North Florida in overtime

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...

Student fights lupus: ‘I feel like I’m living a torturous life’

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...

Title IX changes confidentiality for sexual assault victims

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...

K-State international alumni share experiences, current success

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...

Instructor’s love for music, life influenced by travel, cultures

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,...

From the President’s Desk

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...

Christmas is for everyone to celebrate, not just those dedicated to Christianity

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

Education similar in US, Mexico

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...

‘Shiny Objects’ delves into materialism, economy slump

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

Study habits, sleep, confidence crucial to final academic success

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...

Two-Minute Drill

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...

Cats trip to Hawaii exciting, homecoming for a player

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

K-State students design model of rehabilitation center for soldiers

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

Professor’s interests range from research to music

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

K-State daily briefs

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...

The Blotter

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...

K-State international alumni share experiences, current success

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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