Greek Week Calendar

The majority of K-State's Greek Week events are slated for this week, after the competition officially began last week with a campus-wide blood drive.This...

Instructor fights child abuse, wins award

Margaret Presley, instructor of social work at K-State-Salina, was named the Social Worker of the Year by the Smoky Hill Association of Social Workers....

Putting your best foot forward

Runners usually can tell you how far they "feel" like running or what pace they "feel" they can maintain. Most, however, are unable to...

Reviewer quickly examines some forgotten wonders from 2006

The mash-up is a newly burgeoning genre that involves the combination of disparate song fragments to create completely new and imaginative compositions. The genre...

Contemporary Worship

A traditional worship service isn't the only option available for students looking to strengthen their faith. Many churches in the area offer new options to...

Blotter

TuesdaySpencer Ray Powell, 381 Johnson Road, at 12:47 p.m. for battery and witness or victim intimidation. Bond was $750.Ronald Kent Merritt, 5665 Tuttle Creek...

Thai restaurant’s menu too complex, atmosphere oddly silent

After eating at Aroy Thai Cuisine, I have been internally debating how I felt about it. It certainly was an unusual experience for me...

Henry/Stoskopf pull out victory in general election

The tension at the Last Chance Next Door bar mounted with every delay of the announcement of the winner of the K-State student body...

Editorial board doesn’t understand democracy.

Editor, In their Jan. 24 editorial "Trust Bush's decision, trust troops," the K-State Collegian Editorial Board showed us what happened to the children who were...

AT&T to launch 4G LTE service in Manhattan through partnership with marketing class

AT&T; plans to offer 4G LTE service as part of a student-led semester-long marketing project. Students in Marketing 541 retail classes partnered with EdVenture...

Huggins defends honoring Wooldridge’s schedule

One burden coach Bob Huggins never asked for when he took over the K-State men's basketball program was the Wildcats' weak non-conference schedule.However, Huggins...

Students, Manhattan residents meet, dance with DJ Unk

An hour delay put a small kink in the DJ Unk show Saturday night, leading to cancellations. Opening acts, including a sorority step show...

Movin’ along: Development continues into second phase at Jardine

K-State's Jardine Apartment Complex is nearing completion of the first of two phases of development. Phase one, which began in April 2007, added 14 buildings...

Brazilian Band Fills Plaza with Regge music

The loud, fast-paced sounds of AfroReggae filled the air around Bosco Student Plaza on Sunday night. AfroReggae played at K-State as part of a collaborative...

Watch parties to be broadcast on TV

The Student Governing Association elections started Tuesday morning and will continue until 6 p.m. tonight. The candidates for student body president will be having watch...

More voters remain independent in Kansas for Tuesday elections

Campaign efforts are coming to an end with only a few days until Tuesday's election, and voters have much to consider before Election Day...

The Blotter: Oct. 30

Sunday, Oct. 28Brady Allen Smith, of the 1900 block of Hunting Avenue, was booked for felony theft and driving under the influence. Bond was...

State and local crime briefs

In the wake of the Westgate mall terrorist shooting in Nairobi, Kenya, a Twitter account appeared Sunday night that listed the names of the...

ISU Classic offers last test before conference meet

With the Big 12 Conference Championships just two weeks away, Friday and Saturday's Iowa State Classic, in Ames, Iowa, offers the track and field...

Screenwriter Dustin Lance Black, British Olympian engaged

LONDON (AP) — British Olympic diver Tom Daley and Oscar-winning screenwriter Dustin Lance Black have announced their engagement.The announcement was published in The Times...
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