• Zakaria critiques modern education

    Fareed Zakaria, a popular commentator on CNN news and other media outlets, discusses the purpose, the present status, and criticism of the American educational system, all in this brief and highly readable book. Zakaria, who lived in India before attending .

  • Katie’s Way hires new therapists

    Katie’s Way hired Meredith Lubow and Andrea Turner to serve the mental health needs of Manhattan and surrounding areas. Lubow is a licensed psychologist and clinical neuropsychologist. She formally served as the director of psychology and neuropsychology at Saint .

  • StoneHouse gets two preservation awards

    The StoneHouse at Prairiewood received two separate Historic Preservation Awards for 2015. It received the Merit Award for Excellence from the Kansas Preservation Alliance and The Award of Excellence in Historic Preservation from the Manhattan/Riley County Preservation Alliance. The StoneHouse .

  • Delivering Change hires marketing director

    Ashley King is the new marketing committee chairperson and marketing director for Delivering Change: Healthy Moms-Healthy Babies. She is replacing Harold Marion, who returned to North Carolina. King has served as the lead chair of Luke’s Community Baby Shower .

  • Arthur-Green hires associate attorney

    Christopher R. Staley has joined the Arthur-Green Law Firm as an associate attorney. Originally from Colby, Staley earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in history from the University of Missouri-Kansas City in 2012. Staley earned his juris doctorate from Washburn University .

  • Leiszler to open Which Wich in Emporia

    Leiszler Oil Company will open a second Which Wich in October in Emporia. The company, based in Clay Center, is opening another restaurant of the sub shop chain after the success of the first Which Wich it opened in October 2014 .

  • Wildcats slow UTSA to a crawl Kansasstcolor1.mercury

    SAN ANTONIO — Joe Hubener started for the first time and running back Justin Silmon scored his first-career touchdown, but it was a play from linebacker Will Davis that was the story of the game. With Kansas State leading by four .

  • K-State vball sweeps Seattle

    MURFREESBORO, Tenn. — The Kansas State volleyball team earned its fourth sweep of the year, behind three players reaching double-figures in kills, as the Wildcats beat Seattle, 3-0 (25-22, 25-20, 25-23, on Saturday at Alumni Memorial Gym. The Wildcats swept Middle .

  • KSU administrators should have stood up for Tracz

    To the Editor: Administrators at K-State seem to lack a sense of humor. I had four KU graduates at my house over the weekend; they all went to the game and were delighted to see the KU Jayhawk depicted on .

  • Bowing to Internet frenzy was beneath KSU officials

    To the Editor: The KSU president and the athletics director should be ashamed of themselves for immediately throwing the band director under the bus. Dr. Frank Tracz and the KSU band members did absolutely nothing wrong. To bow to the .

  • KSU band controversy was a tempest in a teapot

    To the Editor: I cannot by the wildest stretch of imagination see anything phallic in the formation undertaken by the KSU Marching Band at halftime of the first home game. Frankly, I can’t see the Starship Enterprise either. I .

  • Kansas music maker puts twist on classic story

    It is a classic American story: Country boy works hard on his music, goes to Nashville and finds success and love. We’ve seen that movie before. Today, we’ll learn about a different version of this story. Instead of .


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