Student from the 1920s writes about racial equality of the time

Editor's note: The K-State Collegian published this column on March 22, 1927. This piece by Frank Marshall Davis is the fifth in a series...

Blotter

Monday, Feb. 26Darren James Janssen, Topeka, at 7:05 a.m. for failure to appear. No bond was set.Laurie Mae Farnham, Ogden, Kan., at 7:30 a.m....

K-State looks for crucial road win at Oklahoma State

The NCAA Tournament might not start until next month, but tonight's matchup between K-State and Oklahoma State could be an early elimination game. The Wildcats...

Rail

Coffee Hour to show Philippine culturePhilippines: A Reason to Celebrate will display various aspects of Philippine culture today from 4-5 p.m. at the International...

Academy needs to add more categories

The Academy Awards supposedly represent the highest honor in acting and filmmaking. But I don't get to vote on them, so they're definitely not...

Sweat posts career high in Iowa State loss

It doesn't get much closer. The Wildcats managed to hold Iowa State at bay for much of the game Saturday at Bramlage Coliseum, but...

Different colleges make specific budget cuts

K-State colleges and departments are struggling to meet immediate one-time budget cuts this semester while anticipating even greater permanent reductions in July.The statewide budget...

The Blotter: April 12

Wednesday, April 10Gary Lee Smith Jr., of the 400 block of Colorado Street, was booked for failure to appear. No bond was listed.Richard Blair...

International news briefs: May 1

United States to arm Syrian rebelsAccording to a Washington Post article by Karen DeYoung, senior officials in President Obama's administration said Tuesday that the...

Local briefs: 9 students indicted for visa fraud; K-State granted concealed carry exemption

Sunset Zoo announces names of baby chimpanzee, bobcatTwo animals recently born at the Sunset Zoo have officially been named. A 6-month old bobcat kitten...

K-State, Manhattan area briefs: Aggiefest tickets on sale, ‘American Pickers’ come to Kansas

Foundation to help K-State first-generation college studentsThe Suder Foundation has awarded K-State $850,000 to fund startup costs and scholarships for the university's First Scholars...

K-State alum takes first place in wood-working competition

Alexis Kiel, a K-State alumna, took first place in the Fresh Wood Student Furniture Competition, Post Secondary Production/Contract Category at the Association of Woodworking...

World Briefs

Iraqi Cabinet says U.S. pact needs change    BAGHDAD — Iraq's Cabinet decided Tuesday to ask the U.S. for changes to the draft agreement that...

January intersession offers unique opportunities, chance to get ahead

Enrollment for January intersession is still open, with opportunities to take unique or required classes in a compressed format.

Brownback declares state of disaster emergency

Gov. Sam Brownback declared the state of Kansas to be in a state of disaster emergency on Tuesday.According to the 2003 Kansas Disaster Assessment...

Black History Month keynote speaker: An afternoon with Harry Belafonte

The Black Student Union hosted Harry Belafonte as this year's Black History Month keynote speaker. Belafonte spoke on his past, and issues of today's generation.

Advice for students preparing to file taxes

First-time filers may realize they do not know much about free Manhattan programs that can help students with taxes

Autism coverage bill could reduce benefits for state employees

Insurance lobbyists, autism advocates push Topeka lawmakers to decide on autism coverage for children of employees covered under State Employee Health Plan

Women’s studies department now offers queer studies minor program

Queer studies minor academic program now offered

Creating, sticking to a budget: the process, the payoff

Four steps to successful student budgeting.
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