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Office of the President
Kansas State University
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919 Mid-Campus Dr. North
Manhattan, KS 66506-0121


KSUnite - Moving Forward Together - Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2019

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Kansas State University established a precedence with the KSUnite movement to provide all members of the K-State Family an opportunity to meaningfully engage and holistically embrace opportunities for respect, civility, and tolerance, and to feel pride in participation, as we prepare students for global citizenry.

At K-State, we all can share and learn from one another. Facilitated conversations and hard work help guide the K-State community forward. K-State students, faculty, staff and surrounding communities will join together for the Third KSUnite on Wednesday, Nov. 6, where we reaffirm who we are, what we value and what we stand for as the K-State community. All classes will be canceled from 12:30pm-3:30pm to facilitate the march, event and following breakout sessions.

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