Wasteful spending

When students need to buy school supplies, many proceed to the ATM and are forced to withdraw $40 worth of funds because the machine...

Schulz to give State of the University Address

Just over a month into the semester, President Schulz is scheduled to give the year's first State of the University Address today. The address will...

Blotter

FridayWhitney Brooke Francis, 418 Poyntz Ave., No. 607, at 9 a.m. for failure to appear. Bond was $60.Diana Mae Upchurch-Larose, 2500 Farm Bureau Road,...

A reduction in state funding means more cuts for schools

As the national economy has suffered, so has education. Kansas has not been exempt from this phenomenon, as education funding from the state recently...

GOP hopeful Huckabe to visit Topeka, other Kansas cities; McCain to visit Wichita

Republican presidential hopeful and former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee will visit Kansas Friday, making stops in Olathe, Wichita, Topeka and Garden City. Huckabee's visit...

Cops

Friday, Aug. 25Matthew Jernigan, 121 N. 17th St., was arrested at 10:29 a.m. for unlawful sale of depressants. Bond was set at $2,000.Laura Smith,...

K-State daily briefs

Zeta Tau Alpha is hosting "Think Pink Week." The different events each day will raise money for breast cancer awareness and education. Tomorrow's event...

Martial arts techniques help the mind, body

Imagine brutal strikes to the most vital body parts that can break bones, cripple or even kill a person. Intense training, punching and kicking...

K-State researcher says Colorado’s mountains above 14,000 feet becoming more popular

The 14ers, Colorado's 54 mountains that exceed 14,000 feet above sea level, culturally influence what Americans think is important, said a ...

Event informs men, women of sexual assault

Students wearing blue shirts bearing the phrase "Take a stand" confronted students in the Bosco Student Plaza Thursday while holding signs and handing out...

4th Street to be closed up to a month

Fourth Street will close today for improvements from Humboldt to Leavenworth streets for three to four weeks. Improvements include the installation of storm sewers, curb...

Earth’s record streak of record heat keeps on sizzling

WASHINGTON (AP) -- Earth's record-breaking heat is sounding an awful lot like a broken record.The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration announced Thursday that August,...

K-State professor co-edits book on campus financial literacy programs

Financial literacy is a topic that intimidates, frustrates and bores many college students. Trying to understand unfamiliar terms about money and economics can instantly...

Benefit concert raises $500 for Ugandan school

City Park was the site of live music, bake sales, large crowds and philanthropy for people thousands of miles away Saturday night. K-State students...

Upperclassmen finish with national honors, shot at postseason play

After attending three universities in five years, senior Jermaine Maybank is ready for his senior night. Maybank started his collegiate career at Independence Community College...

Celebrate geography in every day life with GeoWeek

If you have ever used a phone to look up the location and details of a restaurant or store, you were using the device's...

Students consider coursework featuring media icons

Enrolling in classes is like choosing your fate — at least for a semester. Imagine scrolling through the available course listings and seeing a...

Plans already in motion for K-State’s 150th anniversary celebration

Editor's Note: This article was completed as an assignment for a class in the A.Q. Miller School of Journalism and Mass Communications. As K-Staters look...

State approves $700 million internal loan to pay bills

The Kansas State Legislature has decided to internally borrow $700 million to pay off state debts.Gov. Mark Parkinson proposed that the state borrow from...

Golfers head to sunny Florida for final tune up

The K-State women's golf team travels to the Sunshine State to play in the Canes and Cardinal Classic in Miami Lakes, Fla., at Don...