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Oct 30, 2017

Maybe it is time to overhaul the U.S. Constitution…at least that is the view of one legal scholar.  He says, “We are used to falling back on the Constitution to save us, and find it disturbing when it fails to do that.  But what if, instead of a panacea, the Constitution itself is the root of many of...


Oct 27, 2017

Impacts of Low Enrollment -- When the numbers for this fall’s enrollment were finalized, Kansas State University found itself in a financial bind. But university President Richard Myers says the school can and will deal with the situation. The K-State Radio Network’s Richard Baker has details.


Oct 23, 2017

Most of us at some point in life try our hand at humor. And I think we have often done so without realizing just how important humor really is. One professor, author and radio personality says humor and the laughter it elicits is a natural reaction to the breakdown of rationality and reason – and it is a sign of hope...


Oct 16, 2017

An official with the World Wildlife Fund believes that if nothing is done differently we will need to produce as much food as we do today to meet the increased demand by 2050. He says food production has always been the biggest human impact on the planet, but going forward with more people, more per capita income,...


Oct 9, 2017

According to numbers compiled by the Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network, women on college campuses between the ages of 18 and 24 are at an elevated risk of sexual violence. In fact, the organization says they are at three times the risk of women in general, and non-college women of the same age are at four...