Walk aids polio research

The Flint Hills March of Dimes WalkAmerica is having a three-mile walk Saturday starting and ending at the Bosco Student Plaza.Sarah Meyer, special events...

Konza burnings help researchers test effects of fire on land

Flames carry across an open piece of land, burning everything in sight.It is a fire common to a group of workers and volunteers who...

Scholarship adviser helps match students, awards

K-State ranks in the top 10 of U.S. universities in overall number of Rhodes, Truman, Goldwater, Udall and Marshall scholarships.Students have been successful, but...

Students choosing summer classes

A growing number of K-State students are choosing to continue their education over the summer months by taking classes or traveling abroad.The number of...

Mall to feature Mother’s Day

Manhattan Town Center will have a variety of activities available Saturday in the Center Court for Mother's Day.Sara Van Allen, marketing manager for the...

Students can find stress relief during finals week

To help students combat stress during finals week, locations on campus have organized useful methods of assistance.Tara Coleman, science librarian at Hale Library, said...

5 memorable moments

Huggins hired to replace WooldridgeMarch 23 was a turning point for K-State basketball.When Bob Huggins was introduced as Jim Wooldridge's replacement, the K-State basketball...

Hale Library offers quiet place for those looking to study in peace

Students looking for peaceful study time during finals week should be able to find exactly that at Hale Library.Hale Library is offering a place...

Students forced to cope with rising gas prices

Tuition is going up, parking passes, as well as gas prices, have gone up, too. With this trend in place, students need to conserve...

Police Reports

Wednesday, May 3Jesse Parker, Junction City, was arrested at 8:51 a.m. for worthless check and failure to appear. Bond was set at $324.75.Bradley Norris,...

Pie throw raises money

Members of the Alpha Chi Omega sorority got a little messy Thursday afternoon to benefit a sister chapter affected by a recent tornado.The "Pie...

Column: Shallow Sightings

The other day I was sitting alone in a booth at McDonald's, enjoying a scrumptious quarter-pounder with cheese, when out of nowhere a big...

Column: Leadership about betterment, not perfection

A misconception I had about leadership studies before I entered the program was that it would provide guidelines on how to control people.What I...

Editorial: Editor’s most memorable moments

Leann Sulzen - Editor in chiefThinking it was a bad dream when I was woken up in the morning to hear the Collegians were...

Column: Huggins hire tops them all

This semester has been one that K-State fans will not soon forget.In the past four months, Wildcat fans have probably experienced every emotion imaginable.K-State...
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