Monthly Archives: October 2012

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The Flint Hills Breadbasket, established in 1982 to minimize hunger and poverty and to provide food for those needing assistance in the Manhattan community, has experienced...

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"Henrietta Lacks is not a human interest piece. Henrietta Lacks is a life. A life that matters," said Sue Zschoche, associate professor of history,...

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Last Saturday, the 2013 K-State Student Ambassadors were announced at halftime of K-State's homecoming victory over Texas Tech. Jordan Priddle, junior in family studies...

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"Paranormal Activity 4" is a prime example of why movies should stop after the second or third installment. This series has gone on for...

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With an entirely new coaching staff leading an experienced unit for K-State in its season opening exhibition against Washburn, the Wildcats flexed muscles new...

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One of K-State’s long-held goals is finally becoming a reality. Construction on the new O.H. Kruse Feed Technology Innovation Center began in May. Once completed, the...

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According to Ohio State University's Department of Research Communications, college students find comfort in their pets during stressful situations. A Dec. 22, 2008, study...

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Monday, Oct. 29Beau Derek Horner, of the 1000 block of Pottawatomie Avenue, was booked for possession of any illegal substance, use or possession of...

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One of the biggest concerns for today's college students is securing a job after graduation. With unemployment rates still hovering at 7.8 percent as...

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Hurricane/superstorm Sandy shuts down stock market, airlinesIn addition to the 49 lives now claimed by superstorm Sandy, airlines to and from New York have...

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NCAA NCAA leaders have passed a new series of rules and regulations intended to “crack down” on schools and coaches who violate their rules, according to the...

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There isn’t a more prestigious individual award in all of sports than the Heisman Trophy. The aura surrounding the iconic stiff-arming statue is unlike anything seen...

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Human beings seem to have a penchant for trying to scar those around them psychologically. It's the reason why horror films exist. In recent...

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Murder is a serious crime, but the question of whether or not a criminal is responsible for his/her crimes can sometimes be difficult to...

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Looking to scratch your dark and spooky itch for a pumpkin latte this fall? The macabre imagery of "False Positive" might be just the...

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A Manhattan resident was killed in a hit-and-run accident early Sunday morning on U.S. Highway 24 about two miles east of Manhattan, according to...

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A memorial vigil will be held for Thomas McCord at St. Isidore's Catholic Student Center on the corner of Denison and Anderson at 9:15...

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Sunday, Oct. 28Brady Allen Smith, of the 1900 block of Hunting Avenue, was booked for felony theft and driving under the influence. Bond was...

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Many students on campus have found some success selling their homemade products such as jewelry, artwork and pottery, but a new student organization is...