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K-State Sesquicentennial


Wildcat March Exhibition

Wildcat: Amber Waves of Grain
Check out the Wildcat
March photo gallery

The Wildcat March Exhibition will take place from February 14, 2013 through Fall 2013. The idea is a simple one: have Kansas artists, architects, photographers and designers paint, decorate, and/or adorn fiberglass Wildcat statues. These Wildcats will then be exhibited during the 9-month Sesquicentennial celebration. This project is similar to the Chicago Cows on Parade Art Exhibit in 1999.

Map the Wildcat March.

Museum of Wonder

In this special exhibition honoring Kansas State University's 150th Anniversary, we invite you to explore an eclectic mix of objects representing K-State's past, present, and future. The Museum of Wonder offers an opportunity to explore objects in nonconventional ways February 12 through October 13, 2013.

Museum of Wonder: K-State Department of Agronomy

Museum of Wonder: K-State Animal Sciences and Industry

College of Human Ecology Exhibition

Visit Justin Hall and peruse historical displays, as well as more recent progress for the College of Human Ecology during our 9-month celebration.

University Archives — Sesquicentennial Exhibition

Come to the fifth floor of Hale Library, University Archives, to view historical artifacts and information about the Morrill Act, early K-State history and those pivotal moments in time that have helped create the University we know today.