Monthly Archive: January 2014

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Drag Show!

Hello all, Craving a cultural experience? Interested in gender construction? Come to McCain auditorium tomorrow, February 1st, at 7 p.m. for the K-State drag show, called “A Decade of Drag”. Best, Anthropology Club *****************...

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How Moken Children See Underwater

Moken sea nomads in Thailand have an extraordinary ability to overrule an automatic reflex of the eye which allows them to see with amazing clarity under water. But recent studies show that any child...

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Chapman Applications Due Monday

  (Video of Former Chapman Scholar Mark Sowers saving a baby elephant) Quick reminder to all anthros still in their first or second year, the Chapman applications are due Monday.  Several of our past...

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Young Entrepreneurs Internship

Young Entrepreneurs Across America hires and trains motivated college students on every aspect of running a small business. Two of the top 25 interns in the entire country, which includes over 300 interns, came...

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Trade of Innocents film

My name is Megan Powell and I am treasurer of K-State Freedom Alliance, a student organization dedicated to promoting awareness and activism around the issue of human trafficking on a local, state, national, and...

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2010 Diggies Featured on Upworthy

The 2010 team of Diggies (Digital Ethnography students) were featured on Upworthy for their “flash mob of kindness” video to support K-State Proud. Under the title, “A Mob of College Students Attack a Girl...

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Anthropologist coming this spring!

This Spring 2014 semester, the Women’s Studies Department will feature anthropologist and scholar-activist Keisha-Khan Perry, Assistant Professor of Africana Studies at Brown University, as a guest speaker.Dr. Perry will present on her recent book,...

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Mattes Travel Grant

Consider applying for this award! The College of Arts and Sciences will be able to award the Mattes Travel Grant to a student in the College again this year. This award provides $4000 to...