The Dancing Wheels Company performs at Forum Hall at the K-State Student Union on Tuesday night as part of the K-State For All Week, which raises awareness of the abilities of people with differences and disabilities. The company is an organization of artists with and without disabilities that educate, entertain and advocate through inclusive dance.
While it wasn’t a complete performance in the eyes of head coach Mike Sanchez, it was close. Manhattan outshot the Chargers 31-2.
Visitors ran in a “Zombie 5K,” took nature walks, threw tomahawks and shot arrows as the campground was open free to the public.
The old library wasn’t nearly as nice as the new one, which sits in the place of an old, unused building the city demolished.
Kivett became the first K-State player to hit for a cycle since Manhattan High product Heath Schesser did it in 1997, and just the third player ever at KSU history.
Photographer Tom Parish has documented root cellars from the times of early Kansas settlers, and currently has an interactive exhibit on display at the Beach Museum of Art.
The Stags (22-3) used depth and athleticism to rattle the defending 4A state champion Red Raiders from the outset.
The Mustangs’ magical run through the state tournament ended with a 71-51 loss at White Auditorium.
The real story was Levi MaVorhis, who tossed a two-hit shutout in the Wildcats’ 10-0 victory over Northern Colorado on Friday night.
Iowa State scored four straight points to put the game away and win 91-85 on Thursday in the Big 12 Championship quarterfinals.
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