Two K-State students spend semester at sea

Seniors take study abroad to a whole new level.

Dinner for Thought: Reflections on start of semester

Last week, I had a countless number of butterflies in my stomach. While shopping for textbooks or checking K-State Online, I felt like each...

Police Reports 9-16-10

MAN BOOKED ON CHARGE OF INFANT HARM A man was arrested and booked on charges of aggra- vated battery or intentional bodily harm to an...

Potters guild hosts pottery sale

By Tyler Scott Kansas State CollegianAn annual sale sponsored by the K-State Potters Guild was stationed in Bosco Student Plaza yesterday. Students and faculty...

Campus Bulletin Board

The K-State Alumni Association invites all 2007 K-State graduates (May, August and December) to Senior Send-Off from 4 to 6 p.m. May 3 on...

4 K-State tennis players travel to Indiana for Hoosier Classic

The K-State women's tennis team will face tough competition this weekend at the Indiana Hoosier Classic in Bloomington, Ind. Among the teams participating is...

Bulletins

Career and Employment Services will sponsor Work the Education Career Fair at 6 p.m. Monday in K-State Student Union 213. For more information, go...

Lending a hand

While police searched wooded areas and chased more than 500 leads last week, a K-State student was helping to organize a group of volunteers...

How to keep warm while staying fiscally responsible

In Kansas winter, there are certain things to save on and certain things to spend on

Gallery reception celebrates exhibit

Elizabeth James has worked with clay for more than 20 years, but only her artwork from the last three years was showcased in the...

5 Wildcats to attend NCAA Indoor Championships

With temperatures warming up outside, some people might be looking forward to the outdoor track season. But not the five Wildcats who will be...

Bulletin Board

Sign up this week for intramural flag football, soccer, punt/pass/kick and individual sports consisting of 3-wall handball and racquetball, horseshoes, tennis, badminton, doubles volleyball...

Collins manages Manhattan landmark

    To the many who drive past, it is just another stone building along the road, but to Cheryl Collins, the Goodnow Historic Site...

Low supply, high demand causing egg prices to increase

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but soon it might become the most expensive. The price of eggs in the United States...

Overall, artists’ albums represent good efforts

Fujiya & Miyagi, "Transparent Things"Rating: 4 stars (out of 5) Part hip-hop, part experimental rock, part electronica, Subtle has created a complex and bizarre, but...

Royal Purple resurrects 50s beauty pageant

    To celebrate the 100th edition of the Royal Purple yearbook, old traditions are returning. The Royal Purple Queen, a beauty contest popular in...

Award-winning author speaks at Public Library

Award-winning author Susan Campbell Bartoletti spoke at the Manhattan Public Library on Thursday. The crowd of mixed age chuckled at Bartoletti's jokes about writing,...

Tennis team falls to Missouri in Big 12 opener

This weekend the K-State tennis team had to shake up its lineup once again. Junior Fernanda Da Valle was sidelined with a neck injury,...

Week celebrates 100 years of greek life at K-State

It's that time of year again when the greek community gathers together through competition and school spirit to celebrate greek life at K-State. To...

Community Service Week provides variety of local volunteer activities

K-State students will embrace the Manhattan community this week as they give a bit of themselves to local organizations in return for hands-on experience....
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