Proposed Hy-Vee store plans to expand

The city of Manhattan has been involved in a downtown redevelopment controversy for the past several months. The latest and perhaps most disputed issue...

College of Arts and Sciences talks diversity at annual summit

Students and representatives from the College of Arts and Sciences commended K-State's diversity efforts, but emphasized the need for momentum.

Sebilius makes smart decision

"Help is on the way" should be the title of Gov. Kathleen Sebelius' next speech. Tree limbs are still piled up on the curb...

K-State students’ levels of vanity lower than national average

Narcissism and self-centeredness are at an all-time high among college students, according to a study conducted by researchers at San Diego State University. Jean Twenge,...

Street Talk

Man on the street What goal do you still have to achieve before the summer ends?"Travelling to a concert."Jorge Dehoyos sophomore in business"Wake up early...

Lecture addresses relationship between women, nature

The oppression of women and the oppression of nature are interconnected and mutually reinforcing, an idea embraced by the ecofeminist movement addressed at a...

1st students move into new Jardine apartments

The Jardine Redevelopment Project is under way as students have moved into the first 10 buildings completed. Mark Nelson, senior in philosophy, and Ronnie...

Editorial Board: Legislation targets wrong criminals

A Kansas legislator has proposed a bill that would remove the option of bail for any Kansan who commits three or more felonies, basically...

Blotter

Wednesday, Jan. 31n Stacie Kathleen Collins, 3620 Apel Rd., Wamego, at 8:47 p.m., for possession of a controlled substance and possession of opiates or...

Squad to face No. 7 Texas at home before bye week

Following its loss to No. 1 Nebraska Wednesday, you might think the K-State volleyball team would need a break. But it won't get any easier...

Palestine, Israel’s fight over Jerusalem hinders U.S. peace deal

The Bush administration has put all its eggs in one complicated political and humanitarian basket. Its legacy, while tainted with controversy, is filled with...

4 people you inevitably will meet in college

Intellectual Superhero Intellectual superheroes are neither intellectual nor superheroes, but don't tell them that. They easily are identified by their complete inability to allow class...

Volleyball coach, team look for fresh start after disappointing 2006 season

The 2006 season was not a pleasant one for the K-State volleyball team, as the Wildcats finished 11th in the Big 12 Conference. No...

The Blotter ARREST REPORTS 11-4-10

TUESDAY Alajuwon Kennard Higgins, of the 500 block of Juliette Avenue, was booked for disorderly conduct. Bond was set at $750. Nicholas Michael Jordan, of the...

Task force suggests wage hike

The Manhattan City Commission met last night for its regular meeting.Mayor Bob Strawn proclaimed April 2010 was Child Abuse Prevention Month and April 6...

Blotter

The Collegian takes reports directly from the Riley County Police Department's daily logs. The Collegian does not list wheel locks or minor traffic violations...

MC Holy See? Papal words are set to rock music on album

(c) 2015, The Washington Post.Pope Francis is getting a rock star reception during his historic visit to the United States. But will he soon...

PROUD awards struggling students

One year after students donated more than $60,000 in the first student fund-raising campaign at K-State, the distribution of money raised through the 2007...

Live beyond the ‘little black book’

I own a little black book. Bound in a soft, leather-like cover, its 72 pages feature the ever-so-fabulous elements of my life. And while my...

Proud campaign raises $94K so far

The K-State Proud campaign has collected $94,030 since the campaign's kickoff, as announced at the K-State vs. Missouri basketball game Saturday."It is a midway...
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