The Sigma Lambda Gamma sorority performs during the Wildcat Step Show on Friday night in Forum Hall. The dancers stepped across the stage to find their hearts, courage and brains, reimagining The Wizard of Oz.
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Connor Aggston plays Jolly Jake the Jester. The play is about King Arthur, knights and other whimsical characters in Camelot.
Alan Fox plays disc golf at Tuttle Creek State Park on Friday morning. Fox is a member of the Little Apple Disc Golf Club and plays as often as he can.
Gift bags and tissue paper titled “Fifty Nifty Gift Bags” designed by Carly Adams are displayed in the Chapman Gallery at K-State’s Willard Hall. The display, which runs through Friday, includes work from seniors in graphic design.
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Shasta Steinert, a K-State junior majoring in psychology and family studies, pops some bubble wrap on Wednesday. The event is part of K-State’s first mental wellness week.
From left, Shivansh Jakkula, first grade, Desmond Williams, second grade, Sergei Shapoval, a music teacher from Ukraine, Jacob Hartung, second grade, and Ian Kopecky, kindergarten, present to students at Amanda Arnold Elementary on Tuesday morning. The assembly was part of The Culture Kaleidoscope to teach students about different cultures around the world.
Workers remove the Rusty’s sign on Sunday from the building at 1213 Moro St. soon to become Johnny Kaw’s Yard Bar.
Bill Snyder speaks at the dedication of Wefald Hall, the new residence hall at Kansas State, on Saturday morning. The ceremony honored former President Jon Wefald, who led the university for 23 years before retiring in 2009. “John, during my tenure here, John was probably in my office ... as much as I was in my office,” Snyder said. “The point being that he genuinely cared.”
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