Manhattan residents join nation in protest

Karen Ingram news editor Across the nation, the Occupy Wall Street movement spawned protests in cities everywhere on Saturday. Manhattan was no exception. More than...

Commission to focus on city improvements

The City Commission will be holding a work session tonight to discuss different areas of improvement. They will be receiving a presentation discussing the...

Nepalese community in Manhattan holds candlelight vigil in memory of earthquake victims

An aura of positivity despite immeasurable damage.

World briefs

Suicide car bomb in Shiite slum kills 17 BAGHDAD, Iraq - A suicide car bomber killed 17 Shiites in a teeming Sadr City market...

Kansas shuts down Hoskins, leaves K-State with no other inside threat

All season, there's been no secret about K-State's inside scoring presence. Junior David Hoskins is the only legitimate inside threat for the Wildcats. Kansas seemed...

K-State falters late, loses 23-13 at Auburn

It couldn't have been going any better for K-State in its season opener against No. 18 Auburn. The Wildcats had overcome a slow start by...

Mac systems provide integraded software, protection from spyware

It's a rehashed, decade-old debate, but one that boils down to one main point: Macintosh computers are superior to personal computers in nearly every...

Alpha Xi Delta house mother talks grandchildren, best K-State memories

Linda Vejvoda, house mom of Alpha Xi Delta, spoke with the Collegian about her life as a mom to dozens of girls. This is...

Infusion of new Facebook technique should be accepted

The next time a person logs onto Facebook.com, they will see advertisements and news feeds, which are uncannily tailored to the preferences of the...

Law of attraction a simple, life-altering concept

Leave it to Oprah to change the world ... again. On Feb. 8, Oprah Winfrey announced the secret to making everything in life possible...

Notable novels frequently make banned book lists

For those looking to expand their reading repertoire, here are some of the frequent offenders that have made the American Library Association’s challenged books lists.

Prominant figures, donors, K-State family considered in building naming

Alumni Center, Hale Library and Wefald Hall all got their names in different ways

Sarcasm exposes gruesome reality of partial-birth abortions

Today, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear two arguments on the federal law banning partial-birth abortion. The cases come six years after Stenberg v. Carhart,...

Despite plans, circumstances alter proposals

Plans to propose in style go awry I had big plans for a nice proposal to my girlfriend while she was off at her...

Wu-Shocked: Wichita State blasts K-State

Wildcats suffer second-straight lopsided loss.

Wine event to benefit hospice

The eighth-annual Flint Hills Festival of Wines will be March 2-3 and will include a dinner and wine-tasting event to benefit the Homecare &...

Citizens oppose NBAF; city votes unanimously to continue project

Vestoria Simmons Staff writer Despite strong concerns voiced by community members, the Manhattan City Commission voted unanimously to welcome the National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility...

Calling it what it is: Rape

How one student came to grips with her assault.

U.S. Mint promotes going green with use of coins over bills

In an effort to become more environmentally friendly, the U.S. Mint is encouraging the use of coins in place of dollar bills.    According to...
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