K-State, Manhattan area news

Wamego to host Tulip Festival this weekendThe 27th annual Tulip Festival will take place this weekend in Wamego City Park. The family-friendly event will...

The Blotter: Oct. 17

Monday, Oct. 15Jermaine Antonio Kelley, of Hutchinson, Kan., was booked for revocation of probation. Bond was set at $10,000.Adam Wade Teske, of the 300...

McCain visits Kansas on campaign trail

WICHITA - Just one day after Republican presidential hopeful and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney suspended his bid the 2008 presidential race, Sen. John...

Feb. 17 News Briefs: Immigration, Trump staffers, Kansas tax increases and the Manhattan mascot

A state income tax increase bill, the Manhattan High School mascot committee, the dismissal of White House staffers and a new presidential executive order on immigration are today's news briefs.

Student injured in pregame skit; briefly hospitalized

A student member of the K-State Cheerleading squad was injured in pregame festivities at the Homecoming football game Saturday

Varney’s textbook list to be online this fall

Varney's Bookstore plans to have an online textbook listing for students available as soon as this summer. Steve Levin, K-State Union Bookstore manager, said...

Meeting to focus on two areas

The Manhattan City Commission will discuss two key areas at the City Commission work session tonight at 5 p.m. Commissioners will receive an update about...

K-State earns 5-2 victory over ranked WSU team

With the doubles point on the line and K-State's No. 2 doubles team of freshman Antea Huljev and senior Viviana Yrureta already down 0-3,...

UPDATE: Student struck by car near campus in stable condition

She was crossing the street near Throckmorton Hall.

Bomb threat, power outage disrupt Manhattan

A bomb threat shut down the Riley County Courthouse while a power outage left more than 1,000 Manhattan residents in the dark.

Zeta Tau Alpha continues to build bonds, establish sorority, despite challenges

Establishing a new organization is almost always a challenging feat to accomplish. Zeta Tau Alpha sorority, the newest member of the greek community at...

Campus police activity: Feb. 25 to Feb. 27

Campus police reported an incident of harassment by a telecom device and two twovehicle non-injury accidents.

Car reported stolen

    When Auto 4 Less opened on Sunday, they had one less car than when they closed the night before, according to a Riley...

K-State Athletic Schedule: April 27 – May 2

TUESDAYBaseball vs. Chicago State, 6:30 p.m. at Tointon Family StadiumWEDNESDAYBaseball vs. Chicago State, 1 p.m. at Tointon Family StadiumTHURSDAYTennis at Big 12 Championships, 10...

Old Foundation building needs new name

The university seeks input on the renaming of the old Foundation building.

Blotter 11-08-10

THURSDAY Billie Joel Blair, of the 6000 block of Tuttle Terrace, was booked for failure to appear. Bond was set at $100. Michael Anthony Fields, of...

UPC to present religion panel for Inclusion Week

Union Program Council is scheduled to present a religion panel today from noon to 1 p.m. in the K-State Student Union Courtyard.The religion panel...

Housing Fair offers a variety of options, prizes

The 4th annual Housing Fair gives students the opportunity to win prizes while they browse housing options.

President Schulz looks to lead K-State in new direction

By Hannah Loftus Kansas State Collegian In Feb. 2009, the Kansas Board of Regents appointed Kirk Schulz to replace retiring President Jon...
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