Monthly Archives: March 2012

Wildcats begin life in the post‐Martin era, Weber takes over after nine seasons at...

Less than a week after former head coach Frank Martin left the K‐State men's basketball program to become the head coach at the University...

K-State gears up to host Big 12 championship

After a regular season that featured only three home competitions for the K-State equestrian squad, the Wildcats, who are 5-7 this year, will kick...

Upcoming sports events

Friday, March 30: Track and field at Texas Relays, 9:30 a.m. in Austin, Texas Track and field at Jim Click Combined Events, 10:00 a.m. in Tuscon,...

Young rider enjoys major success

Sarah Mershon is one of the top riders for K-State. She made the final four in the Collegiate Equitation Challenge in Wellington, Fla., where...

Team gains valuable experience

The women's rowing team competed in Austin, Texas, March 16-18, participating in their second regatta of the season. The Longhorn Invitational started with the Wildcats...

Film captures dreamlike style of ‘The Invention of Hugo Cabret’

It's 1931 in Paris, and "I want you to picture yourself sitting in the darkness, like the beginning of a movie." And with that, the...

African-American campus leaders speak out about challenges

In college, positions of leadership can come easily to some people and be more difficult for others. African-American leaders at K-State, a predominantly white...

Graphic novel gorgeous, profound

Confusion, awe and inspiration - I felt all these things reading "Tale of Sand," a new graphic novel adapted from an unproduced screenplay by...

K-State named ‘best value’ university by Princeton Review

The Princeton Review has rated K-State as one of the Best Value Colleges of 2012. After compiling information from more than 75 colleges nationwide,...

Country band Gloriana plays first concert held in Weber Hall

Editor's Note: This article was completed as an assignment for a class in the A.Q. Miller School of Journalism and Mass Communications. Weber Arena, most...

Competition teams funded for 2013

The Student Governing Association approved $794.50 to 10 members of the Asian American Student Union on Thursday night, which will be used to pay...

Attendance policy varies by class size, instructors’ philosophy

Upon graduating from high school, many students experience the college life of freedom, independence and responsibility. After all, reaching 18 years of age and...

Proper diet, balanced breakfast helps student performance

With classes, jobs, studying, extracurricular activities and on occasion, a social life, many students struggle to plan meals on their own and balance proper...

Planning, budgeting keys to reducing loan burdens

With the cost of education and the competiveness of admission constantly on the rise, students might find it consistently harder to pay for an...

Technology industry, healthcare important in future innovation say professors, student

Historically, U.S. recessions or periods of economic struggle have been followed either by innovation in the economy or by war. Both help to stimulate...

‘A Night with Mos Def’ focuses on diversity in relaxed setting

Lines of students and community members packed through the main entrance to the Grand Ballroom in the K-State Student Union on Wednesday night, with...

Learning opportunities available through programs for intellectually disabled students

For the few who frequented the K-State Student Union at 8:30 a.m. last semester, a congregation of non-traditional students either milling around or working...

Weighing in: Our five potential picks for head coaching spot

1. Brad Underwood - Associate head coach, K-State Pros: Underwood knows and understands the program that Martin left. He was a big factor in implementing...

Wildcats begin outdoor season on the road in Oklahoma, Arizona

K-State track and field will return to action this weekend when the team splits up and heads to three different meets. The team will...

Season finishes with NCAA appearance, despite inconcistencies

In a year considered by many to be a "rebuilding year," the K-State basketball team exceeded expectations and made its way to the NCAA...
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