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Mar 26, 2018

Severe weather season is underway in Kansas, which means it’s time to think about what you’re going to do if and when some kind of severe weather arrives. Chad Omitt, the weather preparedness meteorologist at the Topeka office of the National Weather Service, discusses the upcoming severe weather season and the...


Mar 19, 2018

March is National Nutrition Month, an effort to get Americans to ‘Go Further with Food.’ One of the campaign efforts is reducing food waste. The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations reports one-third of the food produced for human consumption is lost or wasted – that’s about 1.3 billion tons...


Mar 16, 2018

The Kansas Legislature is in session, and one of the items before lawmakers that is of concern to many in Manhattan is Kansas State University’s budget. K-State’s President Richard Myers says much of the concern stems from lawmakers' choices about the K-12 budget, a budget the state supreme court says must be...


Mar 12, 2018

Inclusion and diversity are buzz words in both industries and higher education across this country. But according to one industry expert, in too many industries and on too many university campuses, we talk a lot about inclusion and diversity – but all we do is talk – when we need to look at what has been done, what...


Mar 5, 2018

Work is currently underway in Washington on the 2018 Farm Bill…a measure that touches just about everyone in this country, one way or another. That means the next farm bill, just like the last one, will have an impact that reaches far beyond the farm. On this edition of Perspective, a look at the implications for...