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  • Local |Kansas State University | February 20, 2014

    Business ethics competition draws six schools to K-State

    Six university teams from the region are getting the chance to compete for a grand prize of $2,000 in the Phillips 66-Enactus Business Ethics Case Competition today through Saturday, hosted by Kansas State University and sponsored by the Phillips 66 Excellence in Business Ethics Initiative. Teams competing

  • Arts, Leisure | February 20, 2014

    Trumpeter featured on Topeka stage

    TOPEKA — The seventh concert in this season’s Topeka Jazz Workshop, Inc., series will be Sunday and will feature New York trumpeter Jim Seeley, a native of Holton, Kan. Seeley won a TJW scholarship in 1978 and is one of several scholarship winners who have made

  • Local |Kansas State University | February 20, 2014

    Vet students earn ‘wings’ with Air Force scholarships

    Two Kansas State University veterinary students recently earned their “wings.” First-year students Erica Hamman, Topeka, and Megan Guyan, Colfax, Calif., have been sworn in as second lieutenants in the U.S. Air Force. The students were officially commissioned by being the recipients of the U.

  • Arts, Leisure | February 20, 2014

    Symphony concert spotlights youth winner

    TOPEKA — The Topeka Symphony will present music by Mozart, Sibelius, and Brahms on Saturday in White Concert Hall on the Washburn University campus.  The 7:30 p.m. program, sponsored by the Topeka Symphony League, will be led by the Topeka Symphony’s conductor, Kyle Wiley

  • Local |Kansas State University | February 20, 2014

    ‘Taste of Costa Rica’ to be offered at K-State

    Paola Paez, professor of nutrition at the University of Costa Rica, will visit Kansas State University to share her knowledge on Costa Rican culture, cuisine, nutrition and food safety. “Food and Culture: A Taste of Costa Rica” will be presented by the College of Human

  • Men's Basketball | February 20, 2014

    Wildcats struggle in victory

    It would have been easy to assume Kansas State was going to avenge its loss to Baylor by slamming TCU at home on Wednesday. But Wildcats coach Bruce Weber didn’t expect that to happen. In fact, he expected the opposite. K-State wasn’t too

  • Track & Field | February 20, 2014

    Twiss has high motor for K-State track team


    Erica Twiss is restless. It’s the way she’s always been. “I’m very active,” the Kansas State senior said this week. “I don’t like sitting around for a long time.” Since she was a kid, Twiss has always wanted to challenge herself,

  • Men's Basketball | February 20, 2014

    K-State sleepwalks past Horned Frogs

    The Kansas State men’s basketball team’s matchup with TCU might’ve easily been mistaken for a zombie movie, not a Big 12 basketball game, as the Wildcats lurched along for a majority of the night before pulling away for a 65-53 win. “I think

  • Women's Basketball | February 20, 2014

    Horned Frogs rout KSU women, 64-44

    FORT WORTH, Texas — If the Kansas State women’s basketball team had planned on making the postseason, the Wildcats’ road just got a little more difficult after Wednesday night. The Wildcats had a chance to make up some ground, facing a TCU team just one

  • Manhattan High School | February 20, 2014

    Beauregard, ready for state swimming

    At the high-school level, guys that grow up playing football and basketball rarely give it all up to try their luck at competitive swimming. In the case of Cameron Beauregard, there wasn’t much choice. Manhattan High’s top swimmer this season, who alongside six

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