Young couple confident in their marriage together

Statistics show the majority of people today find the person they will marry in college. Once a person has found "the one," the dilemma...

Variable loan interest rates for student loans to increase July 1

Financial aid interest rates on loans borrowed prior to July 1, 2006, will increase soon. Loans that were borrowed at a 6.54 percent interest...

Senate holds final meeting

Student Senate held its final meeting of the semester last night. With no legislation on the agenda, the meeting was the shortest of the...

J-school event focuses on HIV/AIDS education

The A.Q. Miller School of Journalism and Mass Communications sponsored "Social Dimensions of AIDS: Partnering With the Media" Wednesday in an effort to communicate...

Law expert addresses NSA scandal, privacy, surveillance issues in America

Thursday night in the K-State Student Union's Little Theater, Marjorie Cohn, a professor of law at Santa Clara University, spoke to an audience of...

The Planner 3-22-10

The entry deadline for intramural indoor soccer is March 25, by 5 p.m. Sign up in the office at Peters Recreation Complex. For more...

Like goes with like, especially in dating

Whether you're looking for a long-lasting relationship that might end in marriage or just casually dating, it's important to keep an open mind, but...

City commission to vote to improve water treatment plant

The city commission will vote on an expansion of the Manhattan water treatment plant at its meeting tonight in City Hall. The proposed expansion is...

Let the games begin

Though a boycott of the 2008 Summer Olympics seems to be uniting Democrats and Republicans, it is only tearing international unity to shreds. Conservative leaders...

Five reasons why summer gas prices are on the rise

As the hottest days of the year roll around and students enjoy lazy days at the pool and a break from the hectic pace...

Rodeo groups look toward traveling, equicenter

Though the annual K-State rodeo has come and gone, the K-State Rodeo Club and team are still in full swing. Allan Schmale, president of the...

Grazgrove’s Sound no good for Kathouse

Saturday night the KatHouse Lounge was filled with the sounds of Grazgrove, a local band whose star is on the rise. When the five-person group...

Student explains difficulties of proving his Native heritage

Cameron Piercy is a tall young man with blond hair and piercing blue eyes. At the time of our first interview, his pale skin...

K-State pass first road test, beats Rutgers

By David Porter The Associated Press PISCATAWAY, N.J. - At one point during the second half of K-State's win over Rutgers Wednesday night, the public-address...

Blotter

WednesdaySean Evers Phelps, 3000 Tuttle Creek Blvd., Lot 557, at 8:25 a.m. for failure to appear. Bond was $1,500.Ryan Treyce Storck, Chanute, Kan., at...

Clinton claims victory in Pennsylvania

PHILADELPHIA - Hillary Rodham Clinton won the Pennsylvania primary Tuesday night, defeating Barack Obama and staving off elimination in their riveting race for the...

Dylan Works – Arts and Sciences Senator

Danny, this might be kind of late getting to you. Sorry if it is. Name: Dylan Works Major: Political Science, Economics, Finance Office: Arts and Sciences Senator As...

Last Chance, a closer look

Rusty's Last Chance Restaurant & Saloon Report Card:Atmosphere: AFood (selection): CDrink (choices): AEntertainment: B Rusty's Last Chance Restaurant & Saloon has been a Manhattan icon...

Harsher punishments would lead to fewer DUIs

First-time offenders driving under the influence receive 48 hours of mandatory imprisonment or 100 hours of community service, according to the Kansas Department of...

Anthropology professor’s experiences unlike crime TV shows

Mike Finnegan lives in the real world. While he often is called to identify a person's age, race, gender and cause of death from...
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