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Canvas your art options

    The rush of new ideas, the excitement of that first brush stroke, the endless possibilities of a blank canvas — the world of...

Student watches U.S. athletes win Olympic medals

    Ni hao, Wildcats!     I am writing this column from my seat in the national stadium at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games. Commonly...

Roommates need to respect space, spend time apart to coexist peacefully

    For many, college is the final step before transitioning into the real world.     Even the word "transition" can carry an exciting connotation...

Country-rock band with SoCal flavor makes 2nd appearance in Manhattan in 2 months, plans...

        Married By Elvis made its second appearance in two months in Manhattan on Friday night at The Kathouse Lounge in Aggieville.    ...

Purple Power Play draws K-State fans downtown

    For two evenings every year, there is a K-State party on Poyntz Avenue.     Those two evenings provide thousands of Manhattan residents and...

Downtown hearing, wind turbine on agenda

    Manhattan city commissioners will vote to set the date for a public hearing related to expanding downtown redevelopment at the city commission meeting...

Nashville band to perform tonight; KSU fans compete for ‘best dressed’

       Football fans, this weekend's game means it's time to break out the purple jerseys again, but now, there is a reason to don...

BSU is host to BBQ, Offers networking Opportunities

    The Black Student Union will have its annual Welcome Back BBQ from 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday at Quinlan Nature Area, near Putnam...

Local Democrats celebrate senator’s acceptance speech

Change was in the air at Denver's Invesco Field at Mile High on Thursday night.     About 75,000 Democrats from across the nation joined...

Reptile breeder’s expo on Sunday

    The Clarion Hotel will be host to the Konza Reptile Breeder's Expo from 10 a.m to 6 p.m. Sunday.    Allison Karnoski, co-owner of...

REALITY SHOW UPDATES

REALITY SHOW UPDATES'American Idol' to add 4th judge    Scoot over, Simon Cowell. "American Idol" is adding a fourth critic to its panel of judges.   ...

Free hunting permits, extended season for some soldiers

    Free deer hunting permits for the upcoming archery season will be available for soldiers who will soon deploy overseas, said Alan Hyneck, Fish...

Renting Roulette

    It's a rainy Friday evening, and the vibe is just right for a cinematic adventure. Some students are spending the night in with...

Redevelopment moves ahead in the north; south still in planning stage

This is the introductory story for a four part series examining several aspects of the downtown Manhattan redevelopment, including financing, preservation issues and the...

Commission declines city-wide smoking ban

    The Manhattan Board of Commissioners declined a proposed ordinance that would have banned smoking in public places and places of employment in the...

K-State Graduate receives Fulbright Scholarship

    K-State President Jon Wefald is known for boasting about the university's exceptional number of Fulbright scholars, and Libby Holste is one of the...

New bus route to Union to develop based on passenger’s needs

     ATA Bus began a new deviated fixed route from University Crossing Apartments to the K-State Student Union on Monday.    ATA Director Anne Smith...

Nintendo’s Wii provides students inexpensive, convenient way to exercise in a group at home

 By Mark StephanKansas State Collegian    There is a new craze taking hold of the unused space in front of the television in many living...

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...

Women: Sorry for Spencer

     Before we go anywhere, I need to make clear that the target audience of this column is women everywhere. Specifically those who watch...
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