A K-State physicist has received the prestigious Department of Energy Early Career Research Award for his collaborative research involving the Large Hadron Collider. Andrew Ivanov, assistant professor of physics, has received the five-year $750,000 award for his proposal titled “Quest for a top quark partner and
Robert L. Turner Jr., 89, of Salina, died Sunday in Salina.
Louise M. Miller, 80, died Sunday, June 2.
Ronald J. “Cowman” Powell, 77, of Wamego and formerly of Hutchinson died Sunday.
RaEtta Louise Wilson, 76, of Wamego died Sunday at the Westy Community Care Home in Westmoreland.
Kansas State head women’s basketball coach Deb Patterson announced Monday the signing of the top international recruit in the class of 2013, Leticia Romero of Spain, to a National Letter of Intent (NLI) during the spring signing period. With the addition of Romero, K-State has
Playing in its first Super Regional in school history, Kansas State will have a challenge ahead of it this weekend. The Wildcats will open play against Oregon State on Saturday in Corvallis, Ore., at 6 p.m. (CST). The Beavers are the No. 3 overall seed in
For the first time in program history, all available public football season tickets have been sold, as department officials announced Monday that K-State fans have stepped up in record fashion for the Wildcats’ 2013 eight-game home schedule. The Wildcats are coming off a Big 12 Championship season
The Manhattan Optimist Fury 12-and-under softball team ventured to Lincoln, Neb., this past weekend to compete in the Pitch For The Cure cancer benefit tournament. The Fury showed some rust from a three-week layoff, struggling to a 1-1-1 record in pool play on Saturday.
Incoming junior transfer Justin Edwards (Whitby, Ontario/Anderson CVI/University of Maine) has been selected to compete with the Canadian National Men’s Basketball Team, which begins training camp in Portland, Ore., this week for various summer competitions. A transfer from the University of Maine,
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