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Programming Board announces Green Key concert line-up

T-Pain, the Far East Movement and MisterWives will perform at this year’s Green Key concert, Programming Board president Chelsea Mandel ’15 confirmed yesterday.

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Delta Upsilon crowns 2015 Miss K-State

Music, laughter and shouts of excitement filled the air in McCain auditorium as 20 young women competed for the title of Miss K-State. The contestants competed in four rounds, Wildcat Pride, talent, career and questions. After the first two rounds, there was a short intermission in which the Swingin’ Spurs performed, and the top nine [...]

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Medium Rare: Breaking Down BBQ

When talking about food, ‘medium rare’ refers to cooking meat so the outside is browned with just a hint of red in the middle, striving to provide the perfect combination of tenderness and flavor. This column, much like its namesake, strives to provide the perfect combination of epicurean insight and Atlanta-area atmosphere. Few things in [...]

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Tweet beat April 21

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UO “gamifies” success with UO Advantage

Success is just a game to Dr. Daniel Pascoe. And with the software his team in the University of Oregon Career Center is developing, this fall it’ll be a game for every student on campus. The Registrar has declared all attendance data—what events students show up at, workshops, etc.—university information, and the University has been [...]

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CSU women’s hoops team adds Romanian guard Kincsö Kelemen

Just two days after the departure of two key players, CSU women’s basketball head Coach Ryun Williams on Friday announced the addition of Kincsö Kelemen to the team’s 2015-16 roster. A native of Sfantu Gheorghe, Romania, Kelemen has played with the Sepsi SIC Romanian national team since 2011. The 5-foot-9 point guard was named Player of the First [...]

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The Best Success and Business Practices as Step by Step Actions Carlsbad, CA, April 23, 2015-Brad McMurrey’s The Success Ladder will enable young professionals to stand out from the crowd with decades of extra experience at their fingertips. The book is a comprehensive 30 year collection of motivational, self-improvement, and work-related “how to” knowledge from [...]

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Cougars fall to Bulls in extras

Houston’s winning streak came to an end. The Cougars fell to the USF Bulls with a 2-1 score in extra innings to open the conference series Friday night. Both teams were scoreless through the fourth inning until Houston set the tempo at the top of the fifth. Freshman outfielder Corey Julks doubled to right field and [...]

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Brown Bites: April 18–25, 2015

Quote of the week: “I would rather have you (protest) than to not care.” — President Christina Paxson P’19 during the annual State of Brown address Wednesday night. Students celebrated Spring Weekend April 17–19 with a series of concerts on the Main Green, featuring artists like Modest Mouse and What Cheer? Brigade, above. Check out The Herald’s review.  [...]

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Walk-in exhibit to raise awareness for human trafficking

The City of Boston and Boston Mayor Martin Walsh will be hosting GIFT Box, a walk-in exhibit to raise awareness about human trafficking, while educating the public and encouraging them to get involved in the fight against it, a Tuesday press release stated. Boston Mayor Martin Walsh announced Tuesday that the city will host GIFT [...]

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