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  • Local | October 13, 2013

    Rare birds that make home in Flint Hills down by half

    KANSAS CITY, Missouri — Last year was apparently rough for lesser prairie chickens, a rare grouse that has been a candidate for federal protection for years and is now proposed for inclusion under the Endangered Species Act. In 2012, there were an estimated 34,000 lesser prairie chickens across

  • Local |Kansas State University | October 13, 2013

    Nobel-winning chemist to speak at KSU

    The chemist whose invention is has led to identifying long-buried royalty, analyzing viruses and rescuing people wrongly sentenced to prison will speak at K-State on Wednesday. Kary Mullis, a Nobel Prize-winning chemist, will speak about the origins of a monumental 20th century scientific discovery: the

  • Local |Kansas State University | October 13, 2013

    Journalism school plans events as part of K-State 150th

    On October 24, the AQ Miller School of Journalism and Mass Communications will host several events related to Kansas State University’s sesquicentennial. The activities are part of the culmination of yearlong celebration and take place during Homecoming Week. At 10:30 a.m., Jane P. Marshall will

  • Local |Kansas State University | October 13, 2013

    $40 million project to connect buildings, add 107,000 square feet of space

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    There are several renovation and construction projects on the horizon for K-State, but perhaps no project carries more impact than the College of Engineering expansion. The estimated $40 million expansion, which is slated to open in the fall of 2015, will add 107,000 square feet to the current

  • Football | October 13, 2013

    Bears survive upset-minded K-State

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    Daniel Sams made play after play Saturday, but unfortunately for Kansas State, the game came down to just one — another fourth-quarter interception thrown by the sophomore quarterback to seal a 35-25 loss to the 15th-ranked Baylor Bears at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. Sams rushed for

  • Football | October 13, 2013

    Cats slow Bears, but can’t stop them

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    Kansas State looked as if it was about to do the unthinkable on Saturday. Going into the fourth quarter, the highly-touted Baylor offense had scored just 21 points, well below the Bears’ season average of more than 70 points per game. And 15th-ranked Baylor was nowhere close

  • Football | October 13, 2013

    Mueller’s max effort paying off for K-State

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    A season ago, Ryan Mueller was a change-of-pace guy on Kansas State’s defensive line that was loaded with seniors, providing max effort in place of veteran starters who needed a breather. Now a year later as a starter on the defensive front, Mueller is

  • Volleyball | October 13, 2013

    K-State volleyball loses in four at Oklahoma

    NORMAN, Okla — Senior Kaitlynn Pelger had a match-high 17 kills along with 10 digs and five blocks, but the Kansas State volleyball team could not match Oklahoma as the Wildcats lost in four sets (22-25, 25-20, 19-25, 19-25) on Saturday in McCasland Field House. The Wildcats (13-5, 1

  • Men's Basketball | October 13, 2013

    K-State men’s basketball team offers early preview

    A week before the Kansas State men’s basketball team is set to entertain fans at “Madness in Manhattan,” the Wildcats provided an early peek of the revamped roster on Saturday. Prior to the K-State football game, the Wildcats invited fans into Bramlage Coliseum for

  • Local |Kansas State University | October 13, 2013

    Human Ecology hall named

    Mary and Carl Ice Hall, 1310 Research Park Drive in Manhattan, is the latest addition to the College of Human Ecology facilities at Kansas State University. It will be named and dedicated at 4:30 p.m. on Oct. 24. A reception and tour of the building, to be


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