This past Sunday afternoon at the University Christian Church, pianist LeRoy Johnson, assisted by KSU Distinguished Professor Elizabeth Dodd as guest reader, performed the winter segment of a “4 Seasons” series sponsored by the Manhattan High School Class of 1974 Reunion Committee, a one-hour recital of works
It’s a weekend of live music in Manhattan. The Red State Blues Band, with its tight arrangements of ballads and barn-burners, will get you dancing. This eight-member band, devoted to performing a variety of authentic blues styles stretching back across the past century, will
“Murky,” I think we’d call the new movie “Broken City.” It was intended as a political thriller and then released right after a presidential election, when everybody is absolutely sick of campaigning. It gives its audience a big hunk of a New York City
Two Kansas State University history professors attended the inauguration on Monday in Washington D.C. Jim Sherow, who is also a city commissioner, and his wife, Bonnie Lynn-Sherow, received two tickets to the presidential inauguration as part of their co-authoring a paper written about K-State
A reporter implied Hall of Fame third-baseman George Brett could relate to soldiers because he, too, spent much of his time away from home during his 20-plus year career with the Kansas City Royals. Brett was quick to distinguish the difference, saying his time on
A donation from Overland Park-based FishNet Security will enable researchers in Kansas State University’s Smart Grid Laboratory to study ways to improve electrical systems. FishNet Security, North America’s largest information security provider, will donate, integrate and manage software-defined networking equipment at the university’
Kendra Lynn “Kendy” Billam, 48, of Manhattan died unexpectedly at her residence Tuesday.
Jayla Memarie Vincent, infant daughter, died Nov. 17 as she was welcomed into the world.
Teams with only seven players and no height to speak of aren’t supposed to win many games, let alone defeat Top 15 teams in the Big 12. But don’t tell that to the Wildcats. Just a couple days removed from losing two more players for
Not only is Kansas State short in stature, but now the women’s basketball team is short on numbers. Already faced with the challenge of playing the season with the smallest lineup in the Big 12, the Wildcats suffered another couple blows this week with the
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