Kansas State University

Hens fall three points short from upset victory

Nov 22nd, 2012

Despite pulling within two points with less than a minute remaining, Kansas State University guard Will Spradling hit four free throws in the final 30 seconds to deny the Delaware men’s basketba…

Fort Riley

Aug 9th, 2012

Arizona baseball defeats South Carolina in Game 1 of championship series, 5-1

Jun 25th, 2012

OMAHA, Neb. – Another postseason game, another stellar performance from starting pitcher Konner Wade for Arizona baseball, which with its 5-1 win over South Carolina in Game 1 of the College World …

Seven favorite film composers

Jun 24th, 2012

I love a good movie, but if it doesn’t have the right soundtrack to go with it, it’s just not as good as it could be. A good film composer doesn’t just move the story along with his or her music, but captures the heart and soul of the film and, in turn…

Summer courses offer flexibility, boost local economy

Jun 6th, 2012

When many people think of summer, they imagine hot Kansas afternoons, long evenings and the rest and relaxation that summer break brings along with it. However, for many students, the off-time that summer brings presents a valuable opportunity — the ch…

Riley County Police seeking help to uncover facts in unsolved 1977 murder case

Jun 6th, 2012

The Riley County Police Department is now reinvestigating a 1977 murder case after a witness came forward to officers with details about the murder of Warren “Tiger” Lewis, according to a press statement released by the RCPD on May 31.
Lewis’s body w…

Chemical spill sends six K-State faculty members to hospital for treatment

Jun 6th, 2012

Mosier Hall was the site of a nitric acid spill on June 1, which resulted in the treatment of six staff members at Mercy Regional Health Center.
According to Steve Galitzer, director of the department of Environmental Health and Safety, the hospital …

RAs provide guidance, security, dorm residents say

May 4th, 2012

Editor’s Note: This article was completed as an assignment for a class in the A.Q. Miller School of Journalism and Mass Communications.

10 helpful tips to ease the stress of graduation day

May 4th, 2012

Last December, on a freezing cold day and with a horrible cough, I walked across the stage at Bramlage Coliseum and received my diploma cover. It was a memorable day, but it could have been improved. Here are a few tips to make a lengthy graduation day…

Gerontology professor receives Faculty Fellowship Award

May 4th, 2012

Aging is a naturally occurring process in life that everyone inevitably experiences. Many have devoted their time to studying and teaching about the process of aging.
That is exactly what Gayle Doll, assistant professor in the College of Human Ecolog…

Gifts for grads

May 4th, 2012

Let’s face it, picking out gifts is hard. That is why I have resorted to sending a succession of cards to people. But, if you feel like getting ambitious, here are a few ideas to congratulate the graduate in your life.

All male a capella groups prepares for spring concert

May 4th, 2012

The Cadence vocal group has been busy preparing for their spring concert which will be held this Friday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 2:30 p.m. The spring concert features songs that the group has worked on all year; most are from the spring semester with…

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