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“Clean-Up” Now Pays Off Later in the Season
By Herschel George, Watershed Specialist and Pat Murphy, Biological and Agricultural Engineering It’s mid-winter and we are looking forward to moving cattle to new grass!  New grass means an opportunity to stop feeding hay and getting the cattle o (More)
In our next issue....
Believe it or not, spring AND the final weeks of your school year are within reach! OK--it's Kansas, so I can't promise the spring thing, but I CAN promise that you only h (More)
- Transitions to the new Student Body President and Vice President will be happening on April 12th. Please reach out to President and Vice President Elect Jordan Kiehl and Lacy Pitts for any questions. Jordan Kiehl: Lacy Pitts: (More)
Dear Wildcats,  Welcome back from Spring Break! We hope you had a nice and relaxing week and are ready to finish the semester strong. We wanted to give you a few updates from SGA and around campus. Make sure to stay up to date on all things SGA on (More)
- The Student Engagement Committee is working on codifying a more intentional relationship with the Center for Student Involvement Office. Legislation will be going through senate before the end of the term. - The City-University Fund request has (More)
- Peter Moyer is the incoming Attorney General and will be sworn in at the last senate meeting of the year on Thursday, April 26th. - The application for positions with the Judicial Branch opened at 8:00am on Monday, March 26th, and close at 5:00p (More)
Just the (COE) facts
In the Classroom: Katie Meek
Katie Meek sits at her desk at Junction City High School. Name: Katie Meek (More)
Don't forget to have some fun
We asked some of your favorite Curriculum and Instruction professors, “What do you think is most enjoyable about teachi (More)
A little more on assessments....
It’s March—which means spring rain (maybe?), a much-deserved break (hopefully with a stop or two in the Little Apple), and assessments! While yo (More)
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