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  • Local |Kansas State University | October 06, 2013

    HALO event at K-State Tuesday

    Motivation, leadership and career development, as well as knowledge of the university system, are the focus of the seventh annual Midwest HALO Encuentro, from 9:30 am to 3:30 pm Tuesday at the K-State Union. HALO stands for the university’s Hispanic American Leadership Organization. “The Encuentro started

  • Local |Business |Kansas State University | October 06, 2013

    ONEOK Foundation makes $250K donation for K-State Welcome Center

    The ONEOK Foundation has made a commitment of $250,000 over five years in support of K-State’s new Welcome Center. A patio providing the threshold to the entrance of the K-State Welcome Center will be named the ONEOK Patio. ONEOK is the parent company of Kansas

  • Books | October 06, 2013

    Story of Manhattan’s early history told by native son

    “Frontier Manhattan” traces the development of Manhattan from its founding to 1894, when it was the germ of the city of today. About two-thirds of the book concerns the pre-Civil War era when its residents were greatly involved in the struggle to establish a viable town

  • Books | October 06, 2013

    Silent wife no longer silent

    Reviews this summer called “The Silent Wife” a “must read.” They were right! The story is expertly written in alternating chapters titled “Him” and “Her” that detail the lives of Jodi and Todd. The author hooks the reader in at the outset and doesn’t

  • Books | October 06, 2013

    Pioneer hardship shows in girl’s life

    Carrie Nation once exclaimed, “God has given me a mean fight, a dirty and dangerous fight!” But her fight wasn’t anything like the struggle of a 12-year-old frontier girl to survive on her own in the wilderness. Too often today we forget what hardships

  • Books | October 06, 2013

    ‘Cozy’ mysteries offer easier read without the violence

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    Mysteries are a very popular literary genre. People think of mysteries as dark, scary thrillers full of graphic violence, sexuality, and strong language. “Cozy” mysteries are gentle reads, containing little violence, coarse language, or sexual themes. Death and criminal activity happen mostly off-stage. For a

  • Football | October 06, 2013

    Mistakes prove costly in Wildcats’ loss

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    STILLWATER, Okla — Kansas State turned the ball over five times and committed a season-high 12 penalties. The Wildcats were also without Tyler Lockett and Tramaine Thompson. There was no way the Wildcats should have been in the game against Oklahoma State on Saturday. Yet, K-State had

  • Volleyball | October 06, 2013

    K-State beats TCU in five games

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    The Kansas State women’s volleyball team clawed its way back from a six-point deficit in a must-win fourth set, en route to defeating TCU for its first Big 12 win of the season. The Wildcats (13-3, 1-2 Big 12) found themselves trailing TCU (11-6, 1-3 Big 12) 14

  • Rowing | October 06, 2013

    Wildcats start season strong in OKC

    OKLAHOMA CITY — The Kansas State rowing team came away with a handful of strong performances as they sent 10 boats to race at the OCU Head of the Oklahoma. The Wildcats, racing for the first time this season, had two boats finish in the Top 10 in

  • Track & Field | October 06, 2013

    KSU men, women third at Rim Rock

    LAWRENCE — The Kansas State men’s and women’s cross country teams both finished third at the Rim Rock Invitational. Senior Martina Tresch finished fifth with a time of 21:07.80 and junior Laura Galvan joined her in the top-10 finishing eighth with a time of 21:21.44. Tresch,


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