Monthly Archives: October 2012

Flint Hills Breadbasket impacts community

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...

‘Speaking the Silences’ event vocalizes history’s lost tales

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

New faces of K-State student body appointed

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...

‘Paranormal Activity 4’ fails to inspire Halloween thrills at box office

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

Wildcats start season off with 20-point victory

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...

Construction begun on new feed mill

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...

Small dogs can be a better fit for students, renters

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...

Logan’s Run

The Blotter: Oct. 31

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

4 student-friendly job markets open to graduates

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...

Business beat

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...

Two-minute drill

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...

Klein’s traditional style refreshing in Heisman Trophy race

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...

Past foreign, independent horror movies could serve as creative examples for Hollywood

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...

Juvenile murderers subject of ethical debates throughout history

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...

Webcomic “False Positive” provides genuine chills for readers

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

Manhattan resident killed in hit-and-run

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...

Memorial to be held for sophomore student

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...

The Blotter: Oct. 30

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

K-State Made promotes student products, entrepreneurship

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

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