‘Nunsense’ to play tonight at McCain

    A touring production of the popular musical comedy "Nunsense" will be presented at 7:30 tonight at McCain Auditorium.    Performed by a cast of...

Shooting victim to undergo surgery

All the students involved in Sunday's shooting in Denver will be fine, though one victim must undergo surgery, two witnesses said Tuesday. John Watt, sophomore...

Overall, artists’ albums represent good efforts

Fujiya & Miyagi, "Transparent Things"Rating: 4 stars (out of 5) Part hip-hop, part experimental rock, part electronica, Subtle has created a complex and bizarre, but...

Rail

Professor to speak about biotechnologySubbarat Muthukrishnan, professor of biology at K-State, will present a lecture titled, "A Journey Through The Age of Biotechnology," at...

Edwards’ current needs contrary to prior legal vendettas against doctors

Presidential hopeful John Edwards acquired his wealth by targeting doctors in frivolous malpractice lawsuits. But it seems actions of the past have come full...

Senate to swear in new members of SGA cabinet

Student Governing Association Student Senate is set to approve 10 students to Student Body President Lydia Peele's cabinet tonight. Holly Myers, sophomore in life...

Savor the flavor: International, local chains abound in Manhattan

Pizza is a college meal staple, and Manhattan is steeped in the pie's history. For example, the Pizza Hut in Aggieville is the oldest...

City to authorize condemnation for south redevelopment, consider relocation of tenants from project area

The city commission likely will vote to use eminent domain for the south redevelopment project at its meeting tonight in City Hall. The commission will...

Student dancers, musicians, choreographers show hard work, training

Their bodies are well trained, and their movements are practiced. They glide about their playing field with grace and ease. They have worked for...

Eminent domain not justifiable for Manhattan

Let's rethink this. The Supreme Court has ruled that using eminent domain to make room for economic development is not unconstitutional, but that does not...

Blotter

MondayChristean Victor Ross, Kansas City, Kan., at 10:55 a.m. for theft, theft of services, forgery, failure to appear and probation violation. Bond was $8,250.Garth...

KSU Aviation group aims to end stereotypes

Aviation is one of many professions dominated by masculine images. When people imagine a pilot taking to the skies, decked out in helmet, goggles...

Student uses unicycle to ride to class, perform tricks

K-State students trudge en masse from class to class. Suddenly something - someone - appears in the distance. He is on a unicycle, and...

Renowned architect discusses diversity awareness

Jakki Thompson assistant news editor As College of Architecture, Planning and Design students crowded into the Little Theater in the K-State Student Union on Monday...

Exhibit created to recognize African-American soldiers

"What though before us lies the open grave! Like men we'll face the murderous, cowardly pack, pressed to the wall, dying, but fighting back!"This...

Chemical engineering professor recognized in Washington, D.C.

On Dec. 19, 2008, one of K-State's finest professors was honored in an award ceremony at the White House. Krista Walton, assistant professor of...

Percussion ensemble offers Cuban, African touches in spring concert

Booming drums and shrill bells filled McCain Auditorium as the K-State Percussion Ensemble presented its spring concert Wednesday night.The ensemble, which is directed by...

Wamego man tests senses in K-State lab

Don Bartell has smelled his fair share of scents as a sensory analysis technician at K-State's Sensory Analysis Center.Bartell, a Wamego resident who also...

3.27 Blotter

TuesdayShaun Jade Troyer, Leonardville, Kan., at 8:11 a.m. for theft. Bond was $500.Benjamin Robert Louis Meyer, 600 S. Juliette Ave., at 2 p.m. for...

Interactive exhibit aims to teach students about Buffalo Soldiers

Ruth Palao's studio walls in Willard Hall are filled with clippings, pictures, games and photos from different museums. These are the artifacts she uses...