Monthly Archives: August 2012

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The annual Purple Power Play on Poyntz event took place this year to kick off the official start of the K-State football season Thursday and today. Beginning in 1988,...

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Female students filled K-State Student Union room 227 as the Eta Gamma chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority held their annual FreshWOMEN Orientation event. New and transfer...

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With the five-set win over Oregon State on Saturday evening, the Wildcats took home the Varney's Invitational title to move to 3-0 for the...

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By Kaitlyn Dewell Multiple businesses in the Aggieville district will be giving the Manhattan population an opportunity to "give back" by hosting a philanthropic party tonight. “Party...

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Wednesday, Aug. 29Jason Nicholas Lewis, of the 1300 block of Pierre Street, was booked for failure to appear. Bond was set at $193.50.Carlos Juan...

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This is part two of a three-part series about divorce and how it can affect a person’s life from childhood to adulthood. Jakki Thompson...

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Henrietta Lacks grew up in a slave-era cabin with eight siblings, married her cousin and had five children. She died in 1951, at 31,...

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With the presidential election just months away, it’s just about the perfect time to release a political satire. "The Campaign" is an outrageously over-the-top comedy, and...

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We've all heard it for years: watch what you put on Facebook, because it could affect your future. I used to ignore this advice;...

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While many of us may have been focusing on the United States' athletes at this year’s Olympic games, another athlete was gaining notice for a different...

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By Erin Logan

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Visitors to Aggieville may have noticed a change in the appearance of Varsity Donuts this week. A large piece of wood now covers the...

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Study shows playing a team sport decreases a teen's chance of being overweight Playing a sport that involves a team decreases a teen’s chance of being...

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Tuesday, Aug. 28Charles Burton Pronold, of the 700 block of Tuttle Street, was booked for driving with a canceled, suspended or revoked license and...

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By Parker Wilhelm

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After last weekend’s tough win over Oregon State in the championship and the Varney’s Invitational, the Wildcat volleyball team will hit the road to...

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Before biting into a piece of supreme pizza, chocolate cake or a double cheeseburger, consider what it would feel like to not be able to...

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New Orleans endures worst of Hurricane Isaac; national gas prices riseThe mayor of New Orleans, Mitch Landrieu, said the worst of Hurricane Isaac is over, according to a...

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There was an error in the Aug. 29 issue. The front page article featuring the College of Agriculture watermelon feed was written by Meg Drake,...

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National Science Foundation welcomes manufacturing researcher to fill program director role A K-State professor packed his bags recently for a long move and a position...