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The College of Business Administration will be holding an orientation for students interested in going on the CIMBA trip to Paderno, Italy this summer....

Bulletins 3/3

Career and Employment Services will sponsor "Roadmap to Success" at 4 p.m. today in K-State Student Union 207.The Common Good Internship/Career Fair will be...

WWII novel depressing, but well-written

Five years after the end of World War II, Alfred Day, a former Royal Air Force gunner and prisoner of war, is back in...

City Commission rejects pool plans, proposes compromise

The Manhattan City Commission rejected both city park pool designs presented to it during Tuesday's city commission meeting. It chose to approve a compromise...

City commission approves bonds, code of ethics, alcohol ordinance

The Manhattan City Commission approved all items on the general agenda Tuesday evening at City Hall.     Commissioner Bob Strawn moved item "F" from...

Students collaborate on gaming project

Video games are fun to play, but what does it take to design one? This is exactly what the students in CIS 690, a...

Bulletins 2/16

The U.S. Postal Service recognizes Presidents Day today as a federal holiday. The Manhattan Post Office will not be delivering incoming USPS mail to...

Rock-pop band stops at PJ’s on first national headlining tour

Rookie of the Year – a rock-pop band from Fayetteville, N.C., with more than seven million plays on its MySpace.com page – stopped by...

Fort Riley soldier killed in Afghanistan

A 1st Infantry Division Soldier from Fort Riley was killed by enemy forces while deployed to Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. Pfc. Brice...

Local music enthusiasts provide alternative venues for shows

    Korey Pedersen and his friends didn't necessarily have a problem with the live music in Aggieville, they just wanted to see more shows...

Commission to vote on equipment for start-up businesses

Manhattan city commissioners are scheduled to vote on the second reading of an ordinance amendment to help purchase equipment for the National Institute for...

K-State announces participation in New Era Pinstripe Bowl

K-State football is headed north for the holidays. At Friday's 1 p.m. press conference, the Wildcats announced their participation in the newly formed New Era...

Bulletins 2/13

"Wildcat Watch" will feature the K-State Proud campaign kick-off this week. See www.k-state.tv for air times.A rape survivor support group for students affected by...

Kansans reads to preschoolers during week-long celebration

"Will you join me for a wiggle?" Doreen Cronin asked a room full of preschoolers in the Manhattan Public Library.This week, all across Kansas,...

K-State removed from top 25 list

Harvard, Cornell, NYU ... K-State? A recent Kaplan/Newsweek 2010 ranking of the nation's most desirable large schools placed K-State in the top 25 due to...

Group offers auditions for poetry slam to raise funds for African mission trip

A group of K-State students, known as "Print:Relief," is offering local writers the opportunity to showcase their talent by presenting auditions tonight and Thursday...

Simple delivery leads to mixed signals, uncomfortable waiting

"So you're single?""Sure?" I was really confused. This woman, this 45-year-old woman wasn't coming on to me, I was convinced of that. She always...
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