K-State in the news today
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Monday, June 18, 2018
National/International*A New Accent Is Developing in Southwest Kansas
6/15/18 Atlas Obscura
Say you’re a young person living in Liberal, Kansas—a small town in the southwestern part of the state, home to about 20,000 people—and someone you know does something fun without you. “I told my friends from Liberal that I had gone to Vancouver to present some research,” says Trevin Garcia, who just graduated from Kansas State University. “As soon as I said that, they were like, ‘Oh yeah, TFTI.’”
Budget cuts lead to closing of Kansas State research center
Kansas State University says it will close its 120-acre horticultural research center in Haysville.
Manhattanites keep Cowboy Poetry alive
6/15/18 WIBW TV
“Rules are for other people, at least that would seem the case,” recited Kansas Cowboy Poetry State Champion Tim Keane-- who took first place at this year’s competition, in the humor category. The K-State professor draws his inspiration from his life’s experiences.
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