K-State finance instructor participates in NYSE workshop, rings closing bell

Many teenagers and young adults dream of one day becoming a professional football player or a rock star. Scott Hendrix, instructor of finance, realized...

‘Madness’ promises Cinderella stories, excitement

It's that time of year again. Spring is just around the corner, and the college basketball community is coming down with March Madness fever....

Disney developer set to speak today on job, finding employment

The College of Architecture, Planning and Design is set to bring in a Disney Imagineer to campus, kicking of its 2010-11 lecture series. Bill Hanus,...

Quartet opens jazz series tonight

It's time to jazz things up. The Manhattan Arts Center will begin its Swing City Series with the Midtown Quartet at 8 tonight at the...

Facility allows athletes to practice regardless of weather conditions

For times when Kansas' unpredictable weather is too fierce, the K-State golf teams have a place to continue their practice. The new K-State Golf Fieldhouse...

Freshman scores 21 in victory

Freshman Jackie Stanley scored a game-high 21 points and grabbed six rebounds, leading the K-State women's basketball team to an 87-38 victory over Southern...

Groups combine to preserve history

Three Manhattan groups will discuss their concerns and vision about the current state and future of historic preservation of the city tonight with a...

Students meet department heads, learn about majors at barbecue

Students had a chance to apply skills they have learned in Convention Services and Event Planning at the second-annual Human Ecology Grill and Chill...

Chain of events causes cancellation of Kweli lecture

    Talib Kweli is looking for answers just like everyone else.     Black Student Union (BSU) organizers, Kweli fans, lecture attendees, and Kweli himself...

Depleting aquifer could affect crop growth, food supplies

Drought and dependence on irrigation has taken a toll on the aquifer that supplies water to much of the Midwest

Letters to the Editor

Editor, The students alleging the Collegian "hates free speech" Thursday in the Union need a crash course in the rights to free speech and a...

Religious group reaches out to all students

An assembly of students come together to raise their hands and hearts to their savior, Jesus Christ. They gather around a praise and worship...

Novel, traditional events being offered on Family Day

In the spirit of tradition and the ongoing success of K-State's Family Day, a new event has been adopted into the day's already eventful...

Q&A

Q: What do you think of the media coverage leading up to the execution of Saddam Hussein?"I don't think media should really cover something...

We want to address what you want to change

No more study abroad fees. Lydia and I are excited to announce we have eliminated the $50 application fee, so please visit the Study...

NBAF funding reduced, work on project delayed

Funding was cut for the National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility from the Congressional budget on Monday. President Barack Obama requested that the project be...

Elevated safety: City, county ensure local bridges are safe

Simon and Garfunkel's famed song stories a "Bridge over Troubled Water," but after last year's bridge collapse in Minneapolis, Americans are wondering if the...

’67 Ford oldest campus-owned vehicle

It sits on the agronomy farm, north of Bill Snyder Family Stadium, tucked away out of sight behind several old, rusty grain bins. It...

Area leaders should see PFLAG play

Imagine, if you will, being completely removed from everyone you know and love because you tell them you are gay. Personally, I can't imagine it,...

Internet’s largest search engines not necessarily the most

Want to know something? From weather patterns in Botswana or the world's foremost expert on socks, all you have to do is Google it...
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