Bulletins 10/23

The Geology Seminar Series presents Steve Massie's lecture "Seismic, Log and Core Characters of Chlorite-coated Sandstones in Santos Basin, Brazil" at 4 p.m. today...

Film about undead disappoints despite funny leading actor

    Though the title "Ghost Town" doesn't exactly bring romantic or inspirational-comedy to mind, perhaps the title is just another aspect of the movie...

Higher prices expected at pump

With a crisis occurring in Egypt, gas prices are still a nagging fact of life. Lance Bachmeier, associate professor of economics, predicts that gas...

Viewers will have to switch to digital cable after analog broadcasts cease in February

On Feb. 17, 2009, full-power television stations will stop broadcasting analog channels and begin broadcasting exclusively in a digital format. This means that those...

Keep things light for stress-free travel

What do I bring? How many outfits? Are the golf clubs necessary? It's hard to anticipate what you'll need when you head off for...

City to approve Sunday liquor

The Manhattan City Commission will meet at 7 p.m. in City Hall to discuss and approve items for this week's agenda.The commissioners are expected...

Student and local volunteers help MAC

    The Manhattan Arts Center, located at 1520 Poyntz Ave., provides a variety of onstage theater, art exhibits, educational classes and other culture to...

Getting rid of writers block

Ever sat down to write an essay for school or even just for fun and not had a single word on paper after a...

City Commission to review proposals for new City Pool

The Manhattan City Commission is scheduled to review designs for a new pool to be constructed in City Park by 2010 at its work...

Spare change benefits local children

Sacrificing one trip to Starbucks is all the K-State chapter of Mortar Board is asking for.    Madison Loeb, vice president of Mortar Board and...

Cross Canadian Ragweed to play 2 shows at Wareham

Cross Canadian Ragweed, an Oklahoma-based country band, will be playing at the Wareham Opera House tonight and Thursday. Both shows are sold out.Tonight's show...

1st-time ‘Fit’ player changes negative views of system

     I had no idea what I was getting myself into. I wasn't even sure exactly how Wii "Fit" worked. To me, it looked...

Band sorority wins national award over summer

On July 24, the Grace and A. Frank Martin Chapter Leadership Award was awarded to the Delta Kappa chapter of the National Honorary Band...

Bulletins 2/3

Intramural entries for wristwrestling and free throw will be accepted until Thursday in the administrative office at Peters Recreation Complex. Sign up as an...

The Planner 3-1-10

The Graduate School will present the doctoral dissertation of Nauaf Al-Sarrani, titled "Concerns and Professional Development Needs of Science Faculty at Taibah University in...

Blotter 12/01

Sales tax narrows city’s budget

Joseth Sommers | Collegian The Manhattan City Commission met last night at City Hall to discuss two items on the general agenda. The meeting began with...

Bulletins 11/06

Intramural entries for Sports Trivia Contest and Swim Meet will be accepted today in the office at the Peters Recreation Complex. Sign up as...

Bulletins 2/27

Practice interviews will be from 9 a.m. to noon today in Holtz Hall and are sponsored by Career and Employment Services.Recreational Services is offering...

Comic to perform at Warham tonight

From "Last Comic Standing" to Manhattan, Doug Benson is making the rounds and telling his jokes. Benson has appeared in "The Marijuana-Logues, "made his...
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