K-State’s oldest fraternity had a 100th anniversary celebration this weekend. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, which was founded Jan. 25, 1913, held events Friday and Saturday to welcome back alumni for the celebration. Former Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman Richard Myers and former Kansas State president Milton Eisenhower
FORT RILEY — Job seekers in the Manhattan/Junction City region will have the opportunity to attend a fall hiring fair from 2 to 6 pm on October 22 at Riley’s Conference Center on the main post. “This is a golden opportunity for somebody who is looking to
FORT RILEY — Here on the Kansas plains, thousands of soldiers once bound for Iraq or Afghanistan are gearing up for missions in Africa as part of a new Pentagon strategy to train and advise indigenous forces to tackle emerging terrorist threats and other security risks
Theresa Vail, the reigning Miss Kansas, will be coming back to Manhattan on Sunday to participate in K-State’s Homecoming 5K race. Vail has created a program called The Miss K Fitness Challenge, in which she challenges women to run a race with her once
John Bender coached the K-State football team for only the 1915 season, but that season brought the concept of homecoming and the Wildcats to life. Going into the season, Bender dubbed his team the “Wildcats” because he thought it would represent the scrappy attitude the team
Michael Leuthold, a 2011 graduate of Manhattan High, graduated from Southeast Community College in Milford, Neb. on Sept. 20 with an associate’s degree. Concordia Tractor, Inc. (CTI) John Deere in Wamego sponsored Leuthold to achieve a two-year associate’s degree with John Deere TECH. The TECH
Terry Healy, a gifted education teacher at Woodrow Wilson and Marlatt elementary schools, has been named the 2013 Kansas History Teacher of the Year. The award is cosponsored by The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History, HISTORY and the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation on behalf
Northview Elementary School and Eisenhower Middle School have both received Challenge Award Certificates of Merit from the Confidence in Kansas Public Education Task Force. The award recognizes schools for outstanding achievement and uncommon accomplishment based on Kansas Assessment results from 2013 and other qualifying factors, specifically
About 70 undergraduate and graduate students attended the Start Smart Salary Negotiation Workshops on October 6 and 7 to help college women gain the knowledge and skills to negotiate salaries and benefits. There were three-hour workshops presented by Annie Houle, National Director, Campus and Community Initiatives, WAGE Project.
The Manhattan-Ogden Public Schools Foundation has announced officers of the board of directors for the coming year. They are Jim Morrison, president; Dirk Daveline, vice president; Erin Dunlap, treasurer; and Heather Lansdowne, secretary. In addition, Ingrid Logan joins the board of directors as a member
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