Friday, October 31, 2014

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Events

K-State volleyball hosts Texas Tech
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Your No. 22 K-State volleyball team hosts Texas Tech at 1 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 1, in Ahearn Field House.
Shatter the Silence lunch hour: Community dialogue on sexual violence
The Center for Advocacy Response and Education, or CARE, will host the second Shatter the Silence lunch hour of the year from noon to 1 p.m. Monday, Nov. 3, in 206 Holton Hall. The event is open to all K-Staters.
Wildcat recycling for game day
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Let's support the Kansas State Wildcats and the K-State recycling department with game day recycling. Please place all plastics No. 1-7, aluminum cans, paper and glass in the purple recycle bags.
Game day refreshments at the Beach Museum of Art
Join us at the Beach Museum of Art for complimentary game day refreshments. The museum is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. with free admission and parking.
Annual high school programming contest Nov. 5 at Kansas State University
More than 260 students from nearly 30 Kansas high schools will participate in the 23rd annual High School Programming Contest at Kansas State University.
Leadership Appreciation Reception Nov. 3
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Blue Key Senior Honorary and the Office of Student Activities and Services announces this year's Leadership Appreciation Reception from 4-5:15 p.m. Monday, Nov. 3, at the Kansas State Alumni Center in Banquet Room B.
Ecological Genomics Institute hosts 12th annual International Symposium
The Kansas State University Ecological Genomics Institute will host its 12th annual symposium Oct. 31 through Nov. 2 at the Marriott County Club Plaza in Kansas City.
Oz to Oz: Australian scholar on the US, Australia, Asian security
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Peter Dean, a professor at the Australian National University, will visit Kansas State University Nov. 4-5.

Kudos

First Kansas volunteer inducted to National 4-H Hall of Fame
Marilyn Pence Galle delivers her award acceptance speech as one of 14 inductees to the 2014 National 4-H Hall of Fame. She is the first volunteer from Kansas to be awarded this honor.
Marilyn Pence Galle was one of 14 inductees from across the country recognized by the National 4-H Hall of Fame this year.