K-State in the news today
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Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2021
ROCO’s ‘Shadows’ meant to emotionally uplift an ailing city
02/23/21 Houston Chronicle
“It’s about unity in the end,” says Morris, who serves as assistant professor of oboe and music theory at Kansas State University, as well as principal oboist of the Topeka Symphony Orchestra and the Wichita Grand Opera. “Everybody comes together to make something more beautiful, to make color and light in the world.”
After Kansas’ K-12 vaccine rollout, some college faculty could be prioritized — at counties’ discretion
02/23/21 Topeka Capital-Journal
Similarly, at Kansas State University, officials have been waiting for guidance on how and when the university might start receiving vaccinations, especially since the university’s Lafene Health Center is equipped with the specialized freezers needed to keep vaccines under the extremely cold temperatures needed for them to work.
*Local, area students earn degrees from KSU
02/23/21 Salina Post
More than 1,415 students completed degree requirements from Kansas State University in fall 2020.
K-State shares guidance for summer programs to return in-person
02/23/21 1350 KMAN
Kansas State University has announced it will allow in-person, hybrid and virtual programs for the summer.
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