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Heart 4 Art fundraiser raises $2,000

    Students gathered at Manhattan City Park on Saturday to raise money for disabled children.    Heart 4 Art was a fundraiser for Accessible Arts...

Weekend rape reported

A rape was reported in the northwest part of Manhattan Saturday, according to the Riley County Police Department.     The suspect was known to...

Friends turn into family, support at the Brothel

                                        Family has always been a constant part of my life. I am the oldest...

Students use mock trials to train for realities of law school

    You're a lawyer. You've put in the time, gone to school and are ready to face juries and judges. Or are you?    ...

Learn like an Egyptian

Jessie Long is completely obsessed with Egyptology.Long, junior in history, owns two copies of the "Book of the Dead," as well as an Egyptian...

Bluemont to be closed for paving

Parts of Bluemont Avenue will be closed today from Tuttle Creak Boulevard to east of Frontage Road, according to a press release. This maintenance...

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...

Organizations reach out to younger voters

Though the 2004 presidential election saw a tremendous increase in voter turnout for college-aged voters, there are many organizations aiming to keep those numbers...

Law schools check applicants’ Facebook, MySpace profiles

Students might want to protect access to their Facebook profiles from more than just the occasional creeper.Several law schools across the nation are using...

Smoking ban on Senate’s agenda

The Student Governing Association plans to take final actions on three resolutions and two bills tonight during the Student Senate Meeting at 7 p.m....

Students should take practical steps to avoid stress burnouts

Stress is something most students deal with almost every day. Time commitments pile up, money runs short, and we become irritable and lose focus....

Student describes the tastes of China

A month has gone by since I last told you about my adventures in China — and what a crazy month it has been....

K-State twins share interests, have individual characterics as well

    Growing up, Emily and Elizabeth Kennedy always were dressed exactly the same. They were on the same sports teams, and when it came...

Downtown redevelopment slowed by credit crisis

This is the first part of a four-part series investigating different aspects of the Manhattan downtown redevelopment. This story will concern the impact of...

Groups install 14 weather towers throughout Kansas

The Kansas Weather Data Library will be able to provide more information thanks to the addition of 14 new weather towers around the state.   ...

Green Living

In last year's College Sustainability Report Card, published by the Sustainable Endowments Institute, almost 70 percent of the 200 universities studied nationwide received a...

Birds in cityscape are the focus of latest exhibit at Strecker-Nelson Gallery

Manhattan resident Marlene Irvine admits she knew very little about art five years ago when she first bought a painting of poppy flowers by...

Child poverty hinders U.S. productivity, economic output

Most students receive more than food, clothing and shelter from their parents, but according to a recent press release issued by the National Center...

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...

State representative Carlin, challenger field questions at Meadowlark Hills

Sixth-year state representative and Democratic incumbent Sydney Carlin shared a table with Republican hopeful Dee McKee Friday night at Meadowlark Hills to answer questions...