Preview Mode Links will not work in preview mode

Dec 25, 2017

Indigenous populations worldwide have far too often faced problems that are not of their own making. These native peoples have many times lost their land, their culture, their language, their history … and too often their lives as others moved in to control. In comparing indigenous populations, the experiences of...


Dec 22, 2017

Both the U.S. Congress and the Kansas Legislature face legislative issues that could have an impact on Kansas State University. In addition, the president of Kansas State recently spoke before a Congressional committee about different threats to U.S. agriculture. 

Perspective is a weekly public affairs program hosted by...


Dec 18, 2017

The concern over repetitive brain injuries in sports began in the 1920s, but it is only in the last few years that they have started to be taken seriously. The National Football League now has protocols requiring players to be taken out of the game under certain circumstances. One Australian expert says even though...


Dec 11, 2017

For parents the birth if a child is a wonderful and miraculous thing. However, for a few, that birth brings with it fear, anger, and tremendous life changes when they learn their child was born with disabilities. Even though their lives have changed, one expert says the vast majority of parents in this circumstance...


Dec 4, 2017

Researchers refer to our brain capacity as mental “bandwidth – which is simply the amount of available cognitive resources. Scarcity can result from a number if things, such as poverty, racism, and social-psychological underminers like homophobia, stereotype threat, belongingness uncertainty, and micro-aggressions....