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  • Books | September 21, 2014

    More than meets the eye: Don’t overlook library’s graphic novels

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    The concept of telling stories through images has been around since the beginning of time. The idea has evolved in many ways, including the introduction of the comic book. From superhero stories to biographies, one can find a graphic novel about almost any subject. In

  • Books | September 21, 2014

    ‘Lisette’s List’ crisp with great love/loss

    If you enjoy the south of France, particularly Provence, you’ll like “Lisette’s List.” If you like historical fiction in the period surrounding World War II, you’ll like the story. If you enjoy art, especially the work of Cezanne and Pissarro, you’ll

  • Tennis | September 21, 2014

    Cirnu strong for K-State at OU Invite

    Kansas State women’s tennis started the Danielle Steinberg era on Friday at the OU Invite at the Headington Family Tennis Center. The Wildcats tallied seven singles wins on the day, led by Livia Cirnu. Cirnu advanced to the quarterfinal round of the Switzer Draw

  • Equestrian | September 21, 2014

    KSU equestrian upsets No. 2 South Carolina

    The sixth-ranked Kansas State equestrian team opened its 2014-15 season on Friday by knocking off No. 2 South Carolina at Timbercreek Stables. K-State defeated the Gamecocks (0-1) in the Western competition, 5-3, and split the Hunter Seat competition, 5-5. The Wildcats (1-0) brought home two Most

  • Cross Country | September 21, 2014

    Galvan clinches top-5 finish at Big Ten Preview

    IOWA CITY, Iowa —  Kansas State’s men’s and women’s cross country teams both finished fourth on Saturday at the Big Ten Preview on Ashton Cross Country Course. Senior Laura Galvan highlighted the morning’s action for the women, finishing fifth overall. Coaching

  • Editorials | September 21, 2014

    Efficiency panel hits sensitive topics

    It’s not hard to understand why much of the recent attention that the task force to improve Kansas schools has generated involves school consolidation and issues related to teachers. Those were among topics advanced to the K-12 Student Performance and Efficiency Commission earlier this

  • Letters | September 21, 2014

    Haub’s efforts have helped many affected by Parkinson’s

    To the Editor: On behalf of Meadowlark Hills, I would like to gratefully lift up and acknowledge the amazing fundraising efforts and leadership provided to the Parkinson’s Program of Manhattan at Meadowlark Hills by Michelle Haub. Michelle works year-round to provide both educational and

  • Letters | September 21, 2014

    Groups, individuals helped with a very special deer hunt

    To the Editor: Recently, 27 people experienced an event they will remember the rest of their lives. Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 6-7, were part of nine-day special deer hunting season for youth and disabled sportspersons. Those 27 hunters were either 16 years old or younger or had a

  • Manhattan High School | September 21, 2014

    Indians rally past Hayden to stay undefeated

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    With a strong second half and a game-winning kick from Joseph Trujillo, the Manhattan High football team scored 17 unanswered points in the second half to rally past Hayden, 23-20, at Bishop Stadium on Friday night. Trujillo sent a 28-yard field goal through the uprights as

  • Manhattan High School | September 21, 2014

    Indians take 5th at Southern Stampede

    Competing against top teams from multiple states throughout the Midwest, both the Manhattan High girls’ and boys’ cross country teams took fifth place at the Southern Stampede cross country invitational on the campus of Missouri Southern in Joplin, Mo. The Manhattan boys’ team had a


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