Before Kansas State University students return to classes on Monday, thousands of them have to move into their new homes in the residence halls. Hannah Robinson, who is majoring in business at K-State, moved into Boyd Hall on Saturday. “I had never been in the
Love him or hate him, Tim Huelskamp can draw a crowd. The First District representative in Congress showed that Friday afternoon when nearly 140 persons showed up for his Town Hall appearance at the Manhattan Public Library. Judging from more than 15 questions fired at the congressman
There it is: Bill Snyder’s palace, the stately, imposing new West Stadium Center, in all its limestone glory. During a tour Friday with K-State Athletics Director John Currie, workers were still hurrying to put the finishing touches on the building, moving furniture, hooking up
Ken Jennings is quite forthrightly one of the “Geography Wonks” he writes about in this book. Jennings is perhaps best known for his record performance on the TV quiz program “Jeopardy” some years ago. This is a book about maps, and Jennings’ love of maps.
Michael Crichton, who died while writing “Micro,” had no peer when it came to conjuring up complicated plots around scientific themes. That was the case with his first novel, “The Andromeda Strain,” it was the case with “Jurassic Park, and it was the case with “
Children can teach their parents a thing or two about art appreciaton. When children look at a sketch, drawing, painting or photograph, they don’t think too long about what they see. They do not analyze, tackle or pick apart every little detail in that
In the early days of the twentieth century, because of poverty, low population density, and poor communication, all of which resulted from geographic conditions, women in Arizona were isolated, travel was difficult, and health care and education in general, but especially concerning reproductive issues, were
The word for today is empowerment! “Empowerment is not giving people power, people already have plenty of power, in the wealth of their knowledge and motivation, to do their jobs magnificently. We define empowerment as letting this power out.” (Blanchard, Kenneth H., John P.
The opening of the new West Stadium Center at Bill Snyder Family Stadium is just a few days away now, but its only part of the planned football complex overhaul. Once all phases of the six-phase master plan are completed, Bill Snyder Family Stadium could
As the Manhattan High cross country team has continued to improve each year under coach Susan Melgares, the raw number of participants has grown with it. It’s no surprise then, that the 2013 cross country season will feature Melgares’ biggest team. More than 60 athletes participated
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