Wage gap exists regardless of what some say

Editor, Ben Davis' letter to the editor reflects the standard Republican party position about the wage gap: it doesn't exist. However, studies show this...

1920s columnist writes about rivalry

Editor's note: The K-State Collegian published the following column on Oct. 18, 1929. This piece by Frank Marshall Davis is the fourth in a...

K-State project to implement new systems

K-State's online student and financial information systems will be phased out during the next year and a half to make room for new and...

KU’s continued dominance at Bramlage getting old

It's just not fair. Watching Kansas celebrate in Bramlage Coliseum year after year is getting so old. This was supposed to be the year the K-State...

Wildcats suffer “Big Monday” letdown

Losing to rival Kansas at home is nothing new for K-State. But after dropping another one to the Jayhawks 71-62 Monday night at Bramlage...

Merit, not gender, should determine hires

Editor, In response to Kelsey Childress's article about Drew Gilpin Faust, I wish to respond to a few issues. First, while I'm sure it will...

Deal with N. Korea is a blueprint for disaster

While the United States was consumed with the death of Anna Nicole Smith, the Bush Administration used her death as a "wag the dog"...

“Former homosexual” says churches handling issue badly

I was reading the news, as I often do, and was amazed to learn Ted Haggard is completely rehabilitated. For those not in the know,...

Credit card debt affects students

Students in the Midwest have higher levels of credit card debt than in any other region, according to a study reported by Nellie Mae...

Student campaigns begin online

Campus might be off-limits to campaign materials until this evening, but that rule doesn't apply to cyberspace. Candidates for positions in the Student Governing Association...

Hundreds wait to watch in-state rival Kansas

It has been said that good things come to those who wait, and that's exactly what the hundreds of students who waited outside Bramlage...

Rumsfeld donates $25,000 to K-State

Former Secretary of State Donald Rumsfeld left his mark on K-State not only with a Landon Lecture but also with a donation. Rumsfeld and his...

Mini reviews that you might have missed

Sunset Rubdown, "Shut Up I Am Dreaming" Spencer Krug (of the bands Wolf Parade and Frog Eyes) created an engrossing bedroom-pop album full of catchy...

Dragon’s breath

Dragon's breath, more correctly known as halitosis, is a common condition. Most people suffer from it occasionally, and about 25 percent of the population...

Law of attraction a simple, life-altering concept

Leave it to Oprah to change the world ... again. On Feb. 8, Oprah Winfrey announced the secret to making everything in life possible...

Further research would rectify feminist fiction

Editor, Having read Kelsey Childress' article on gender equality, I couldn't help but take note of the many falsehoods she offered as trust. It seems,...

Civil War was indeed about slavery

Editor, I had to read Brett King's "Lincoln not dedicated to cause of liberty" (Feb. 13) several times before the true message of his column...

World briefs

Australia to ban old-style light bulbs, go fluorescent to reduce greenhouse emissions SYDNEY, Australia - The Australian government on Tuesday announced plans to phase out...

Technology imperative in education

When education crosses over into entertainment, teachers truly have succeeded in taking advantage of technology. Such is the case with assistant anthropology professor Michael Wesch's...

2-lane roundabout to help traffic flow at 4th Street and Bluemont

Residents of Manhattan soon will be going in circles - sort of. A roundabout traffic structure will occupy the intersection of Fourth Street and Bluemont...