SGA to discuss allocation of funds to various groups

The Student Senate will vote on allocating funds to both the League of United Latin American Citizens and the Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization tonight at...

Cats need to relax, return to basics

OK, Wildcat Nation, go ahead and take a deep breath. The Wildcats are not the Detroit Lions, and they're not going to go 0-16...

Hits and misses

MissChristine Hiebert's modern art It would be fair to call us uncultured in response to our lack of enthusiasm for...

Stabbing reported

One man reportedly stabbed another man in the shoulder at 500 Laramie St. after an argument about a former girlfriend turned violent, according to...

THE Blotter ARREST REPORTS

TUESDAY Kelechi Eze Agbor, of the 1200 block of Bertrand Street, was booked for driving with a canceled, suspended or revoked license. Bond was set...

Facebook under scrutiny for storing users’ browsing information even when logged out

Naheed Rajwani Daily Bruin, University of California - Los Angeles Americans spend about 53 billion minutes on Facebook per month - more...

Parr applies what he learned from coach in ’50s to everyday life

The "Wildcat Archives" series will take a look back at a different K-Stater every week who was part of an important time in ...

Rails

Intramural entries due ThursdayRecreational Services is accepting entries for intramural softball, 3-wall handball doubles, 3-wall racquetball doubles, horseshoes doubles, tennis doubles, badminton doubles, 3-on-3...

Speaker to address global warming in Lou Douglas Lecture Series

Larry Schweiger, Executive Director of the National Wildlife Federation, will speak as part of the Lou Douglas Lectures Series, presented by UFM Community Learning...

News briefs

Divers find the body of a drowned man in Perry Lake, human remains found near Kansas River and a bullet was fired through a Manhattan convenience store.

Blood donors, volunteers are heroes who give another chance for people in need to...

Editor, Heroes come in all shapes and sizes, and the American Red Cross would like to thank the heroes who donated blood at the American...

“Tough Enough to Wear Pink,” breast cancer awareness campaign, finishes the week with a...

People wore pink Friday afternoon as they ate hotdogs and chips at a barbecue in front of Weber Hall. Collegiate Cattlewomen and Sigma Alpha...

Shell president, K-State alumnus address alternative forms of energy in Landon Lecture

Alternative energies are the opportunity for future energy sources in the world, said the president of Shell Oil Company Friday morning during the 145th...

SGA replaces campus crosswalk signals

Many K-State students and faculty noticed a problem with the newly installed crosswalk signals on the outskirts of campus. They didn't work. One such...

Student Senate has just enough turnout to vote on bills

Student Senate barely made quorum with only 32 senators present at the beginning of its Thursday evening meeting. This blocked a vote on an...

Blotter

TuesdaySpencer Ray Powell, 381 Johnson Road, at 12:47 p.m. for battery and witness or victim intimidation. Bond was $750.Ronald Kent Merritt, 5665 Tuttle Creek...

K-State Collegian’s News Buzz 12-7-09

http://www.youtube.com/v/DG27-ksBns8&hl=en_US&fs=1&The Buzz will cover national and international news, pop culture, and a bit of the wild stories everyone is talking about. If there is...

Wildcats must step up

The K-State football team that showed up to play Kansas last Saturday was a team fans haven't seen for a long time. It wasn't the...

Blazers, sweaters are the best fashion staples for any guys’ winter weather wardrobe

The seasons are changing, and the time to be showered with Halloween candy and Christmas gifts quickly is approaching. This seasonal change brings with...
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