Environment to benefit

The K-State College of Engineering is the recipient of two recent awards. Larry Erickson, professor of chemical engineering, will be honored with the American Institute...

K-State professor, former Manhattan mayor declares Congressional run

K-State history professor Jim Sherow looks to unseat incumbent Tim Huelskamp in the House of Representatives

KU rivalry requires K-State students to make schedule for guarding campus

Many students can attest to the intense rivalry between K-State and the University of Kansas. However, compared to the rivalry rituals that used to...

Drivers should consider possible legal consequences before driving drunk

In the state of Kansas, the maximum legal blood alcohol content is .08 percent. Operating a motor vehicle while above this limit can result...

K-State student starts social media company

In the U.S.'s current economic state, many people are shying away from starting a business. However, that's not the case for Brandon Painter, junior...

Campus Unity Project protests K-State’s changes to student organizations

The Campus Unity Project aims to mend perceived errors made by the K-State administration with regards to student organizations.

Cops Blotter 10/19/10

SATURDAY Michael Quinn Brooks, of Ogden, was booked for battery and endangering a child. Bond was set at $1,500. Mandy Lou Horan, of the 3000...

Student gets scholarship boost

Classes and internships have helped K-State's Eric Grusenmeyer confirm his career choice as a structural engineer. Now a scholarship from a major steel construction...

Google’s new profile feature allows for improved image control, privacy settings

In today's publicity-obsessed society, image is everything for many people. From Facebook.com and Myspace.com pages to wardrobes and résumés, people young and old are...

RCPD has stronger presence, not larger numbers

Hayley Rose staff reporter A recent perceived increase in police presence in Manhattan is actually the result of a program the Riley County Police...

Architecture program continues to receive high rankings, honors

The College of Architecture, Planning and Design at K-State continued its record of high rankings in the November/December 2012 issue of Design Intelligence magazine entitled “America's Best Architecture...

Philosophy entrance limited, not impossible

K-State's philosophy department is implementing a new waiting list policy next year that should give underclassmen the chance to take philosophy classes to fulfill...

Game after game, defense shows tenacity, still has ‘long way to go’

The K-State defensive unit got their second gut-check of the year against the Texas Tech Red Raiders on Saturday night, and for the second...

Author: Differing viewpoints highlight characters

Award-winning author, Philipp Meyer, read from his first novel, "American Rust," on Friday in the K-State Student Union's Little Theater. Meyer picked three sections from...

Intramural sports offer release from semester stressors

The summer has come to a screeching halt, and professors have already loaded down students with enough homework to make their brains explode. If...

Animal science students place in regional academic quadrathlon

A team of K-State students placed fifth overall in the 2011 Animal Science and Industry Academic Quadrathlon held in Des Moines, Iowa, March 13-16....

Sculpture outside Beach Museum of Art destroyed by vandals

A sculpture from the Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art outdoor gallery called “Scholar’s Rock” was destroyed last week.The sculpture was discovered by museum staff on Sept....

More than $100,000 gifted to the Foundation during the pandemic, vice president says

K-State has turned to its philanthropic partner to help assist students with financial need.

State crime briefs: stabbing in Topeka

Topeka Police are looking for a suspect in a stabbing incident that occurred Sunday night. According to officers, two white males were walking in...

The Blotter: Oct. 1

Thursday, Sept. 27Ryan Matthew Savener, of the 500 block of Osage Street, was booked for burglary of a dwelling and making false writing. Bond...