2 laptops stolen in Manhattan area

A $1,360 Dell laptop and carrying bag were taken from a Manhattan-Ogden Unified School District 383 vehicle Saturday, according to a Riley County Police...

ROTC student has passion for armed service

When looking forward to graduation or the promise of summer, the military might seem a world away. But for some, it's at the...

Campus Bulletin Board

The K-State Alumni Association invites all 2007 K-State graduates (May, August and December) to Senior Send-Off from 4 to 6 p.m. May 3 on...

Fort Riley death toll reaches 95

The death toll of Fort Riley soldiers in Operation Iraqi Freedom has reached 95, as four soldiers died last week. Pfcs. Steven Walberg-Riotto, Aaron Genevie,...

Protecting speech in online dispute correct decision

The crashing waves of the digital age bring to bear interesting questions regarding the realm of free speech, and the recent MySpace.com First Amendment...

Students share Lebanese history, dancing at coffee hour

Internal violence in Lebanon disrupted a flourishing tourism industry a few years ago, but the country has recovered and its rich cultural heritage and...

New airline to offer $10 fares to airports across United States

A new airline will open later this month with the intention of being the cheapest option for flights across the United States. Skybus Airlines is...

Wildcats look to extend streak

The K-State baseball team (29-17, 7-11 Big 12 Conference) will put its three-game winning streak on the line against Kansas (22-26, 8-13 Big 12)...

Rail

Math student wins K-State competitionA student from Overland Park, Kan., won K-State's ninth-annual S. Thomas Parker Mathematical Competition. William Carlson, junior in mathematics, won...

Mirror Image program helps women work through abuse, discover identities

The white cement walls of Johnson County Juvenile Detention Center surrounded 12 teenage girls as they looked at their reflections in mirrors for the...

Corrections and clarifications

There was an error in Wednesday's Collegian. Brin Miller is a freshman in anthropology. The Collegian regrets the error.If you see something that should...

Cats must bridge gap to 2009

The post-Michael Beasley era has begun. We won't know for a while if Bill Walker will stay in the NBA draft or if David...

Physical harm growing as entertainment form

When excerpts from a 30-minute video posted on YouTube.com showed up on the evening news, it made national headlines. Six girls who punched and...

Author speaks of solitary path, memoir in Union speech Friday

    Author Meredith Hall read selections from her memoir, "Without A Map," in the K-State Student Union on Friday.    "It's a powerful story about...

Suffering without rest

In the United States, an estimated 55 million people have trouble sleeping or have some sort of sleep disorder, cardiopulmonary experts at Manhattan's Mercy...

Bilingual education vital for children of immigrants

According to CNN, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, R-Ga., spoke to the National Federation of Republican Women about the perils of bilingual education, claiming...

2 seniors place in the top 20 at Betsy Rawls

Two seniors led the way with top-20 finishes, but it wasn't enough to improve the K-State women's golf team out of 17th place at...

Hopped up: Mixing energy drinks, alcohol common despite health risks

Ryan Fritz likes to bartend for himself sometimes. Often while he's at home, he will mix different combinations with alcohol in hopes of discovering...

Chemical engineering professor recognized in Washington, D.C.

On Dec. 19, 2008, one of K-State's finest professors was honored in an award ceremony at the White House. Krista Walton, assistant professor of...

New student-run agency holds informational meeting today

With more than 400 student organizations at K-State, everyone can find an opportunity to get involved. The public relations and advertising agency, formerly Take Flight,...