K-State in the news today
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Monday, July 24, 2017
Your career choice could affect your marriage, according to this study
7/21/17 Forbes magazine
While the study didn't dive deeper into why some professions were more prone to divorces than others, other research has found that financial issues are a big contributor. One Kansas State University study, for example, found that arguments about money were the top predictor of divorce among both men and women — even higher than arguments about children, sex or in-laws.
Kansas inmates create nonprofit by producing vegetables
7/21/17 U.S. News & World Report
They also must go through Kansas State University's Master Gardeners training program. This is the only master gardener program in a Kansas state prison, according to Ward Upham, the state master gardener coordinator.
*Josh Rouse: K-State researchers say male, female live-bearing fish evolving differently
7/22/17 Topeka Capital Journal
Kansas State researchers made an interesting discovery recently while studying 112 species of live-bearing fish — that males and females evolve differently.
LocalConviction confirmed in fatal beating of K-State alum
The Kansas Supreme Court has affirmed a man’s conviction in the 2014 beating death of a K-State alum.
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