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Tuesday, Nov. 25, 2014
Winter wonderland: Fill December with dance, art, holiday music and more at Kansas State University
Holiday shows with LeAnn Rimes and the King's Singers at McCain Auditorium, WinterDance 2014, a family holiday art workshop, a variety of concerts and many other performances highlight cultural activities at Kansas State University in December.
WinterDance 2014 features performances in tap, African, ballet, jazz and more Dec. 4-6
Tickets are available now for WinterDance 2014, Dec. 4-6, in the Mark A. Chapman Theatre in Nichols Hall at Kansas State University.
Monday, Nov. 24, 2014
Two Kansas State University researchers named AAAS fellows
C. Michael Smith, professor of entomology, and Christopher Sorensen, Cortelyou-Rust university distinguished professor of physics and university distinguished teaching scholar, have been named 2014 fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, or AAAS, the world's largest scientific society.
Avoid an uninvited guest this Thanksgiving: food poisoning
Do you know how to cook your turkey so your family doesn't cry foul? A Kansas State University food safety expert has tips on how to make the holidays tasty and avoid a serving of foodborne illness.
Psychology professor says social validation, meeting expectations among reasons we overeat on Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving is a time for family, friends and feasting — lots of feasting. So is it any surprise that our eyes always seem to become so much bigger than our stomachs at this time of year?
The CHS Foundation, St. Paul, Minnesota, has made a gift of $250,000 to the College of Agriculture at Kansas State University to support the Center for Risk Management Education and Research.
K-State Libraries joins forces with five organizations to create immersive exhibit of local history
Did you know that in 1920, within 24 hours of being asked to contribute $40 each, Kansas State University students pledged $76,000, or 60 percent of the total cost of Memorial Stadium?