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Posted on March 29, 2018 at 2:50 PM by Michael Goens
The Wildcat Express gathered a full head of steam during spring break. And it’s headed down the tracks toward a big April celebration and immense enjoyment in the land of Manhappiness. If you’re visiting, and especially if you have an admitted KSU student, you’re attuned to all things involving Kansas State University. That makes April 7 the place to be in Manhattan for annual university Open House. Events everywhere. Activities galore. A Wabash-blasting good time where the Wildcat Way is on full display.
"Open House is a great way for prospective students, community members and current students to learn about the opportunities that Kansas State has to offer,” said Lane Nichols, co-coordinator of this year’s event. “Representatives will be available to address specific questions pertaining to our various degree programs and majors. In addition, kids will enjoy many academic-driven exhibits and activities happening across campus!”
Open houses are nearly a century-long, purple party on campus in Manhattan. This is the 50th such campus-wide celebration at K-State. Those academic exhibits – among more than 250 majors plus 475 clubs -- are great for children and older students to investigate, with live entertainment in Bosco Student Plaza and the quad area behind Hale Library.
Truly, something for all!
Save room for Call Hall ice cream, and dinner at Manhattan’s amazing dining spots and unique venues. Visit residence halls, dining centers and leave time to make your way around Manhattan with our many attractions. The BatCats are at Tointon Family Stadium for the second home conference baseball series. The Wildcats play host to Oklahoma State (6:30 Friday night, 2 p.m. Saturday, 1 p.m. Sunday).
Twenty thousand strong, and a 50-year tradition. Sounds like K-State has built a good thing! Your adventure starts April 7 in Manhattan!
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