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  • 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

  • Women's Basketball | November 24, 2013

    Martin always wanted to be a Wildcat

    Shaelyn Martin had options. But Kansas State just felt like home. Last week, the Salina Central senior signed to play basketball at Kansas State — a decision she said really goes back 10 years. Martin grew up watching K-State and players like Kendra Wecker, Nicole Ohlde and

  • Football | November 24, 2013

    Lockett’s big day can’t save Wildcats

    With Tyler Lockett on the field Saturday, it seemed like no record was safe. (Kansas State receiver Tyler Lockett scores on a 30-yard touchdown pass from Jake Waters in the second quarter on Saturday at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. Lockett had 12 catches for 278 yards and

  • November 24, 2013

    K-State, Schulz work to improve after complaints at spring forum

    C1-diversity.phatch

    The first step in solving a problem is admitting you have one. Kansas State President Kirk Schulz took that step by acknowledging he needed to deal more efficiently with campus diversity issues. “During my time as president, I have not paid as much personal time

  • Equestrian | November 24, 2013

    KSU equestrian ends fall season with win Over No. 4 Georgia

    Staff reports Facing the team that had been ranked No. 1 for most of the season never fazed the Kansas State equestrian team Friday, as the Widlcats took down fourth-ranked Georgia, 13-7, at Timbercreek Stables in Manhattan, Junior Madison Wayda took home the Most Outstanding Player (

  • Volleyball | November 24, 2013

    K-State volleyball swept by No. 1 Texas

    AUSTIN, Texas — The Kansas State volleyball team lost in straight sets for the second time this season to No. 1 Texas (25-20, 25-19, 25-15) on Saturday in Gregory Gym. The dropped the Wildcats to 17-10 overall and 5-9 in Big 12 play. Chelsea Keating and Kaitlynn Pelger

  • November 24, 2013

    Fantasy role-playing games are center of this community

    A war is going on inside of Gamehounds, 1620 Fort Riley Blvd. You can’t see it, but if you have the imagination for it, you can watch it in your mind. It’s not the kind of war that features typical combat roles. This one


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