Band Day provides opportunities for bands from Kansas high schools to work with each...

Spencer Bauman spent his 15th birthday playing trombone on Wagner Field in Snyder Family Stadium. Bauman, a high-school freshman from Atchison, Kan., said the...

Blotter 11/3

THURSDAYTrevor Bruce Askins, 630 Kearney St., was arrested at 9:15 a.m. for failure to appear. Bond was set at $7,000.Courtney N. Bichler, 421 N....

Wefald’s genuine caring important for KSU athletics

Five years. That's how long I've been at K-State, and as my departure from this great university on May 16 looms ever closer, so...

A history of syphilis

Christopher Columbus, Ludwig van Beethoven, Abraham Lincoln, Vincent van Gogh, Adolf Hitler and Al Capone. What do these people have in common? Researchers suspect...

Campus bulletins

Kim Brandner, senior manager of sustainable textiles at Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., will present "Business Sustainability: A Competitive Strategy for the 21st Century" at 10:30...

Rite on

OMG u must read da 2 coo 4 skool column! In case you have been living under a moth ball for 10 years, that's...

Denison Hall’s mark on campus indelible

The view from Anderson Hall toward Hale Library is unobstructed today, allowing for individuals passing through the Coffman Commons to enjoy the stately appearance...

Collegian redaction rules

This semester, many unexpected situations and challenges entered my office in Kedzie Hall. While the people involved felt their cases were special, they usually...

Konza Prairie trail cams collect data on visitors’ rule-breaking behavior

The Konza Prairie director said the trail will close within the next few weeks unless his trail cams prove that visitors begin respecting the rules.

Union charges rates for conferences

People who use the K-State Student Union for conferences are now officially required to pay for the use of rooms. Effective Jan. 1, 2007, conference...

U.S. death count in Iraq hits 4,000

After five years of war, the U.S. death count in Iraq has surpassed 4,000 following a roadside bomb in south Baghdad that killed four...

Advancement of Women in Science and Engineering hosts event on impostor syndrome

At an event on Wednesday, professors explained the phenomenon of impostor syndrome and ways to cope with it.

Dean makes a difference for Democrats who are still searching for a candidate

Everyone and their grandmother remembers Howard Dean's "Dean Scream" - when he notoriously yelled "yeaararh!" at a concession speech after the 2004 Iowa caucus. It...

Chilly weather will stay, students seek warm respites

With a wind chill steady at about 8 degrees, a warm bed or a break for something hot to drink is on the minds...

THE Blotter ARREST REPORTS

TUESDAY Charnai Lynnette Mallory, of the 1400 block of McCain Avenue, was booked for driving with a canceled, suspended or revoked license. Bond was set...

K-State Collegian Calendar

Check out the the Kansas State Collegian Calendar by going to http://www.kstatecollegian.com/calendar/. Hosting a slammin' event? Got some cool workshop to share? Put all...

Honor System seeks to combat cheating

Academic cheating has long been considered a stereotypical college practice, as confirmed by a recent survey by Collegehumor.com. The survey asked 29,176 people if they...

No logic to NCAA’s snub of K-State

Editor, In my opinion, the Wildcats need to make a statement on the ludicrous nature of the snub delivered them by the NCAA Tournament selection...

JP’s offers good prices, food

JP's Sports Lounge, located in the Jardine Apartment complex, might be Manhattan's best-kept secret. Named after John Pence, who was the housing and dining...

Man robbed during food delivery

A 42-year-old man was robbed of $17, his cell phone and a food delivery order at 708 Pottawatomie Ave. at about 10:30 Tuesday night,...
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