K-State in the news today
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Monday, Feb. 17, 2020
Archaeology | Falcons had significant place in Hopewell culture
2/1620 Columbus (Ohio) Dispatch
Bretton Giles, an archaeologist with Kansas State University, has studied this falcon imagery and argues it isn’t “haphazard depictions of various species of falcons.”
64th annual K-State College Rodeo hosted at Weber Area
Rodeo fans of all ages came out to Weber Arena on the K-State campus Saturday afternoon, for the 64th Annual K-State University College Rodeo, with kids getting in free with a donation of canned goods to the Flint Hills Breadbasket.
Kids to learn how to work together, pass laws
The process will be led by nearly two dozen youth facilitators who received special training from the Institute for Civic Discourse and Democracy at Kansas State University. Those young leaders will model the deliberative dialogue concepts and lead their peers through the process.
K-State hosting 16th annual drag show Friday
2./14/20 Manhattan Mercury
Several drag queens and a drag king will be stars at the 16th annual K-State Drag Show Friday night at McCain Auditorium.
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