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1 hr ago | Newswise

Student Debt Growing, Number of University Financial Education Programs Still Deficient

MANHATTAN, Kansas - As student debt load grows - its doubled since 2007 - most universities aren't offering sufficient financial education programs to help students understand this financial burden, according to a new report whose authors include two Kansas State University professors.

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Related Topix: Manhattan, KS

Tue Aug 26, 2014

WKOW-TV

Spike in student loan debt

New research shows student loan debt is higher than credit card and all other consumer debt.

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Related Topix: Wisconsin, East Troy, WI, Walworth County, WI, Solon Springs, WI

KMAN-AM Manhattan

New Program Manager at Pawnee

Ashley Mason has been named the Program Manager for Health Connect, the new Health Home Program of Pawnee Mental Health Services.

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Related Topix: Baker University

The Capital-Journal

Police charge Olathe man in death of Kansas State student

An Olathe man has been charged with involuntary manslaughter in the November 2013 death of a Kansas State University student.

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Related Topix: Riley County, KS

Newswise

Study Finds Young Driver's Gender Linked to Crash Type, Injury Severity

MANHATTAN, Kansas - Gender is often related to what type of severe or fatal crash a young male or young female driver will be involved in, according to a Kansas State University study.

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Related Topix: Manhattan, KS, Engineering, Civil Engineering, Science

KMAN-AM Manhattan

Food and Military Concerns Dominate Intergovernmental Meeting

To be a global leader in food systems is the goal of Kansas State University authorities-and a presentation to that effect was made by Jackie Hartman and Kent Glasscock, representing the university at Monday's intergovernmental meeting.

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Related Topix: Riley County, KS, Fort Riley, KS, Riley, KS

Mon Aug 25, 2014

Newswise

NYU Researchers Identify Process Producing Neuronal Diversity in Fruit Flies' Visual System

The Howard Hughes Medical Institute has awarded International Student Research Fellowships to three University of Chicago graduate students in the physical sciences, an unprecedented number for the division.

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Related Topix: University of Chicago, University of Alabama, Genetics, Medicine

Science Daily

Physics research removes outcome unpredictability of ultracold atomic reactions

A physics model helps scientists accurately predict the likely outcome of a chemical reaction as well as sheds new light on mysterious quantum states, including the Efimov effect.

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Related Topix: Physics

Kansas City InfoZine

Busting Myths About Ticks

State veterinarian and expert on ticks talks common myths about the pests and provides advice for protecting yourself and your pets.

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Related Topix: Manhattan, KS, Entomology, Science

KMAN-AM Manhattan

Arrest in K-State Student's Death

An involuntary manslaughter arrest KMAN first told you about Sunday is reportedly connected to the death of a student at Kansas State University last November.

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Related Topix: Riley County, KS

The Horse

KSU Vet: Watch for Vesicular Stomatitis

If livestock owners suspect they are dealing with vesicular stomatitis, they should contact their veterinarian immediately because it is a reportable disease.

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Related Topix: US News, United States Department of Agriculture, Entomology

Wed Aug 20, 2014

Great Bend Tribune

KSU's Mike Clark visits Great Bend

Fans of K-State sports attended Wednesday's Noon Kiwanis meeting in Great Bend to hear the latest news on plans for a new Vanier Football Complex and North Stadium at Bill Snyder Family Stadium.

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Related Topix: Great Bend, KS

Newswise

Busting Myths About Ticks

MANHATTAN, Kan. - A walk through the woods, a fishing trip, or an evening playing in the yard with your children are situations with the potential to encounter dozens, even hundreds of blood-sucking pests known as ticks.

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Related Topix: Manhattan, KS, Entomology, Science

Newswise

Faculty Members Develop Free Alternative Textbooks to Save Students Money

Through an alternative textbook initiative, Kansas State University faculty members are helping students save an estimated $423,000 a year in textbook costs.

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Related Topix: Mathematics, Science

The Wichita Eagle

Now Consider This: State support of universities likely to keep dropping

State funding makes up about 20 percent of the total operating expenditures of Kansas' public universities, down from 28 percent in 2008, the Lawrence Journal-World reported .

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Related Topix: Opinion

Tue Aug 19, 2014

Business Wire

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Related Topix: Agriculture, Science, Canada,

Health News Digest

Not Eating Enough Fruit and Veggies?

Changes to a supplemental nutrition program are improving the number of fruits eaten daily by children, but kids and adults still aren't reaching the recommended daily intake amounts.

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Related Topix: Life, Fruits, Food, Family, Kids, Nutrition, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Medicine

The Capital-Journal

Flint Hills Beef Fest kicks off Friday in Emporia

Cattlemen from throughout the Midwest will be gathering Friday through Sunday for the 28th Annual Flint Hills Beef Fest at the Lyon County Fairgrounds in Emporia.

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Related Topix: Life, Beef, Food, Meat, Emporia, KS, Lyon County, KS, Breakfast

News 4 Jax

Student loan scams

AND AS STACEY EXPLAINS, SCAMMERS HAVE PARENTS OF STUDENTS IN THEIR SIGHT, ESPECIALLY THOSE STRUGGLING TO PAY STUDENT LOANS.

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The Wichita Eagle

Brownback jokingly cites Bill Snyder coaching career in stem cell talk

Gov. Sam Brownback half-jokingly told a Wichita audience Monday that adult stem cells could hold the key to extending the coaching career of Kansas State University football legend Bill Snyder.

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Related Topix: US Governors, Sam Brownback, US Politics, US News, US Senate, Republican, Wichita, KS

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