K-State in the news today
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Friday, Sept. 22, 2017
National/internationalKSU receives 2,300 acres of farmland
09/21/17 The Journal Record (Associated Press)
A couple from northern Kansas have donated 2,300 acres of farmland for Kansas State University to develop a research farm to study sustainable agricultural practices.
Top tips for keeping your cool during a stressful week
09/21/17 Her Campus
According to a study by Kansas State University, only 21% of American adults eat the daily recommended amount of vegetables. Next time you have the choice to choose between that Pad Thai or veggie stir-fry while eating out with friends, that might be an easy opportunity to slip in your daily recommended amount of veggies. Also, at risk of sounding like your mom, don’t forget to drink plenty of water.
State/regionalDog owners beware: K-State Veterinary Health Clinic seeing outbreak of raccoons with canine distemper
09/22/17 Topeka Capital-Journal
Kansas State University’s Veterinary Health Center issued a warning this week for dog owners to be on the lookout for raccoons, especially those showing up during the daytime.
Regents focuses on restoration of higher ed funding
09/21/17 Hastings Tribune (Associated Press)
The approved requests will be sent to the Kansas Legislature to be considered for the 2019 fiscal year. It asks for the reversal of a 4 percent cut, about $24 million, that Gov. Sam Brownback made during a budget crisis. It wasn’t immediately clear Thursday how much of that total would go to K-State.
Local* Kansas State University to Award Honorary Doctorate
09/21/17 Junction City Post
Kansas State University will award an honorary doctorate at fall commencement to a noted Kansas photojournalist.
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