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K-State working on new spacesuit for potential use by NASA

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Complaints at Candlewood Suites, licensing at T&E Catering

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Two K-State professors receive Commerce Bank Distinguished Graduate Faculty Award, Professor develops open source textbook, College of Veterinary Medicine develops partnership with national laboratory

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What to expect and when to expect it, during Homecoming week 2014

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University of Missouri guest lecturer leads presentation on German film history

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Sprint releases employees, Redbelly snake now considered a "species in need of preservation" and San Francisco radio stations ban the song "Royals" during World Series

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Activists push Starbucks to use organic milk, but scientists find no benefits

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Midterm results could be an indicator of success in a class

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K-State architecture students met with the architects contracted to design the K-State Student Union renovation in order to give their input

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Health Insurance, and two false alarms for Ebola in Topeka

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Students need to start early to enhance their chances after college in ultra-competitive job market

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Police expect to make further arrests

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Bluemont Hotel hosts a Mystery Masquerade dinner for seniors in the Manhattan area

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K-State engineering team wins design competition; Local Sheriff's Office investigates thefts; Royals heading to the World Series

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Food, music and handmade crafts can be bought at weekend fair in support of local health center

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You've heard about credit but do you actually know about it?

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Courtesy inspection at Applebee's after fire. Riley Cafe flagged for complaint

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We have all heard the horrors and bad experiences of parking here at KSU

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Manhattan Regional Airport update on terminal construction progress, China Scholarship Council and Veterinary program host reunion, Eiselein receives Outstanding Faculty Member award, Fort Riley man appears in court on murder charges, police warn of phone scam

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Tim de Noble, dean of the College of Architecture, Planning and Design at K-State, called an All College Open Forum to give faculty and students an update on the new building project