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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...

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Sexual addiction, like many other addictions, is marked by deceit and secrecy. It is often kept a secret within a relationship, said Dennis Detweiler,...

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...

Irish student discusses tobacco use, government

Chantelle Fehilly is part of our weekly series on international life and travel featuring K-State students who have experienced studying abroad and students living...

Zoo hosts Eggstravaganza, Dino Day

The Sunset Zoo is scheduled to host its annual EGGstravaganza and Dino Day Saturday.EGGstravaganza has been held at the zoo for many years and...

Expand from jeans, T-shirts while supporting Wildcats

While a sports game is often the most important thing in a college town on Saturdays, the clothes you wear to it could be...

56th Annual K-State Rodeo Schedule

  Where:  Weber Arena - K-State Campus When: Friday, Feb. 17 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Slack 7:30 p.m. "Tough Enough To Wear Pink" performance Following this performance, there is a...

Gamers will be ‘GLaDOS’ if they get sequel to successful game

The test results are in: you're probably going to buy "Portal 2." After the huge success of the first "Portal" game that was attached...

Offense starting to get rolling

After two games against not top-level talent, there were people starting to doubt K-State. "Miami's defense is too fast." "The Wildcats have not faced...

cosmic put-put place plans expansion

After one year of business, Time Out Corner, located in the Plaza West Shopping Center, is already making plans for expansion. Time Out Corner...

Public Library hosts children’s event Thurs.

The Manhattan Public Library played host to the Children's Earth Day Celebration yesterday afternoon in its auditorium. The celebration featured stories and activities for...

Officers speak about post-war experiences

One officer told the story of how he bled out, was dead for 15 minutes, but was resurrected through the efforts of Army medics....

Shred, Recycle day helps Sunset Zoo, Manhattan community

On a crisp morning in the parking lot of ESB Financial Bank, a semi-truck was parked outside, its door wide open and the sound...

Author discusses past, present isolationism in America

The K-State Student Union's Sunflower room was full with historians, teachers and students who were all interested in learning more about isolationism in America's...

Worlds collide in epic fighting game

After some prodding from friends, I decided to give "Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds" a shot, and liked what I found....

Four-day work week could become more than a wish for some Kansans

A four-day work week is many college students' dream. It is definitely one of Morgan Lillich's. Lillich, senior in philosophy and mass communications, drives...

Movie preview: upcoming flicks to look forward to

With awards season behind us, Hollywood is starting to ramp things up again and stop putting out filler films. With some students already feeling...

Country artist Jason Boland to visit Aggieville

Editor's Note: This article was completed as an assignment for a class in the A.Q. Miller School of Journalism and Mass Communications. Jason Boland and...

Modern opera shows off students’ vocal, acting talents

Months of preparation will pay off as the cast of "The Hotel Casablanca" takes the stage for opening night tonight."The Hotel Casablanca" is a...

‘Super News’ takes satirical look at politics, celebrities

In the age of instant gratification, where humor can be delivered by just the click of a mouse, the folks at Current TV are...