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By Jocelyn Dvorak on January 17, 2022

Meet Me in Cali

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  Have you ever started a road trip and thought “This is going to be the worst vacation ever!” Me too. I hopped onto a plane for Sacramento, California with this exact thought process. I had heard a lot of things growing up in the Midwest about California, especially on the negative spectrum. The prices […]

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By Eric Peterson on January 10, 2022

Ride for the Brand

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I know that I talk a lot about cowboys and cowboy lifestyle but that’s because it’s something that I’m very passionate about. There is a lot that goes into being a cowboy but at the end of the day the most important thing to cowboys is loyalty, and in cowboy culture, there is a phrase for loyalty.

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By Rachel Sebesta on January 3, 2022

Map of the Soul

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I never took Psychology in high school or college… I deliberately took Human Growth and Development instead. My reasoning? I’d rather scare myself out of having children than self-diagnosing myself with a mental illness. But I’m beginning to think I took the wrong class. Instead, maybe I should have taken Psychology, because of Carl Jung’s […]

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By Kansas FFA on January 3, 2022

Kansas FFA Members Receive SAE Grants

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Over 60 Kansas FFA members are set to receive Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE) Grants of $1,000 or $500. SAE Grants are available to assist FFA members start or expand member program.

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By Ashley Chandler on December 27, 2021

3…2…1…Happy New Year!

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A new year is almost upon us, which means one thing… its almost time for new year's resolutions! The start of a new year is one of the best times to challenge yourself to try new things, develop a healthy lifestyle, or work towards being a better person.

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By Josey Schmidt on December 21, 2021

Happy Holidays Kansas FFA!

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I hope everyone is having a great time with family and friends this holiday. As we are spending time with family, I would like to take this time and reflect about what the holidays are truly about. What do the holidays mean to you? It is a time that you get to spend with family? […]

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By Rachel Sebesta on December 16, 2021

Ad Astra Per Aspera

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From my fifth-floor dorm room at K-State, I learned of your suffering: the wind damage across the state and the wildfires tearing through Northwest Kansas. As I read those words on my phone, fear struck through my heart. I am praying for those affected by the wildfires last night. I know some of you personally; others I have never met before. I understand the grief, hardship, uncertainty, and pain you are experiencing right now at the loss of your homes, property, and livestock, for I, too, am the victim of a wildfire in 2017 that destroyed equipment, buildings, and pastureland.

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