A snapchat she says was meant to be a private post, an inside joke- but neither her former university nor thousands across the world are laughing.
I had never heard of a hip roof, but when he took me to see it, I thought it looked like the kind of roof that Frank Lloyd Wright put on his celebrated prairie houses. But he nodded appreciatively at the concept of a prairie house.
The Times followed three teenagers in Topeka, Kan., as they decided where to apply to college – and even whether college was the right choice for them.
Here’s a look at their journey: Senior Year at Topeka High * The Pros and Cons of Delaying College * The Allure of Leaving Kansas * ‘I’m Panicking’ * College Is Not the Only Option * The First in the Family to Go to College * Two Different Paths to College * Is Higher Education the Cure-All?
After paying rent, you still need a phone, a car, utilities, groceries, food, fuel, furniture. He took the trouble to talk to the rep, and they bonded over trucks.
Nate signed up for a personal interview — to keep his options open, he said.
-- A Kansas State student’s racially offensive Snapchat went viral Thursday and she’s facing backlash from people all over the world.
The Olathe North graduate has been receiving threats all day and K-State tells FOX 4 she is no longer enrolled at the university. Two girls who at a glance appear to be in black face, with the caption “feels good to be a n*****.
Part of that disparity, White said, is because 2014 was the first year it provided the bags to victims of human trafficking or other kinds of abuse, and the group didn’t start until spring.
Yet, even taking that history into account, “It’s been a huge jump from last year to this year,” White said.
The bags are piled in Jennifer White’s office, waiting for her or a group of volunteers to fill them.
The “fresh start” bags will be stuffed with new clothes, gift certificates for food and personal care items for victims of human trafficking or abuse.