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  • Arts, Leisure | November 25, 2013

    Special concert honors achievement of youth orchestras

    Ben.nyberg

    What began modestly a quarter century ago as a group of ten 4th - 6th graders has grown to become in 2013 a three-tier (Gold, Silver, and Bronze) set of string orchestras comprising seventy-nine 1st - 12th graders. A special 25th Anniversary Concert celebrating the substantial

  • Editorials | November 25, 2013

    Cocaine and the congressman

    We’re glad Trey Radel, a first-term Florida congressman, doesn’t represent this congressional district, or any district in Kansas. Not because he’s conservative — he’s said to be a favorite of the tea party and on Twitter has described himself as a “Hip

  • November 25, 2013

    K-State salvages tourney with 52-38 win

    After losing its first two games in Puerto Rico, the Kansas State men’s basketball team faced the prospect of getting swept in its early season tournament. But the Wildcats avoided it with a 52-38 win over Long Beach State on Sunday, marking their second

  • Football | November 25, 2013

    Lockett earns Big 12 weekly honor

    After breaking school records for all-purpose yardage and kickoff-return yardage, Kansas State wide receiver Tyler Lockett was named Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Week on Monday. (Kansas State receiver Tyler Lockett was named the Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Week on Monday after

  • Football | November 25, 2013

    Walker, Clary face Chiefs in homecoming

    It was a homecoming of sorts for San Diego’s Reggie Walker and Jeromey Clary on Sunday, when the two former Kansas State players faced off against the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium. Both started the game and helped the Chargers squeak out a 41

  • Men's Basketball | November 24, 2013

    K-State takes seventh in Puerto Rico

    The Kansas State men’s basketball team took seventh place at the Puerto Rico Tip-Off with a 52-38 win over Long Beach State on Sunday morning. It was the second win over the 49ers this season, and the second game that saw Thomas Gipson lead

  • Local |Kansas State University | November 24, 2013

    For ethnic studies, long road ahead

    It’s still reasonable for Yolanda Broyles-González, the new American Ethnic Studies director, to think of her time at Kansas State University in weeks. Broyles-González, hired by K-State this summer, is the first full-time director in the department’s history. “I relish the

  • Local |Business |Kansas State University | November 24, 2013

    KSU classified workers vote to leave civil service

    Classified employees at K-State voted to leave the state civil service system. In a 770 to 432 vote, classified employees chose to be employed directly by K-State as university support staff. Around 7.5 percent of the K-State’s approximately 16,000 classified employees voted Tuesday through Friday. This change provides

  • Local |Business | November 24, 2013

    K-State vets help Rolling Hills with rhino procedure

    K-State veterinarians helped a Salina zoo with an especially large patient earlier this month. Rolling Hills Zoo called in the extra help to treat Milton, a two-ton, 34-year-old white rhinoceros, according to a report from the zoo. He was immobilized so the specialists could biopsy

  • Football | November 24, 2013

    Sooners snap Wildcats’ win streak

    Tyler Lockett had the game of his life Saturday. It still wasn’t enough for Kansas State to come away with a victory against No. 22 Oklahoma. Kansas State receiver Curry Sexton reacts as Oklahoma cornerback Zack Sanchez races to the end zone for a 74-yard


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