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K-State news RSS feeds


Subscribe to get K-State news delivered directly to your RSS reader. To view one of the K-State news feeds on your computer, you will need an RSS reader, news aggregator, ticker or other RSS software. Free readers include Google Reader (R) and My Yahoo! (R)

A number of other free and commercial readers are available for download.

By subscribing to K-State RSS feeds, you can be informed when content on our Web pages is updated, or syndicate K-State content in your blog or on your Web page.

What is RSS?

RSS (Really Simple Syndication or Rich Site Summary) is an XML-based format to distribute Web content, such as news and event headlines.


To view one of the K-State feeds in your RSS reader:

1. Copy the URL that corresponds to the topic that interests you.
2. Paste the URL into your reader.

Or follow your news reader's or Web browser's instructions to add any of these feeds to your subscriptions:

K-State news: Current news and features, updated weekdays
Pet health news
Seasonal features
Lists: honors, graduates, scholarships
Landon Lectures

Terms and conditions

These RSS feeds are offered solely for your personal noncommercial use. You may use them to include K-State news summaries in noncommercial Web sites or blogs. You may not edit, alter, or sell the content in any way. You may not use or display the content in any way that suggests that K-State endorses or is associated with anything on your Web site or blog other than the offered content. K-State media relations may terminate the RSS service at any time. We may require that you cease using the content if we deem your use to be inappropriate.

K-State news will continue to be available via our e-mail lists. To subscribe, visit our mailing list page.

K-State sports information also offers RSS feeds. To subscribe, go to their site.