Pranking at Kansas State University!
Kansas State University Housing and Dining Services.
2007 ARH Hall of the Year Oral Bid.
Video describes the events that have taken place in Moore Hall throughout the year.
Arranged by Moore Hall Governing Board.
What in the Hell is Will Ferrell doing in the Little Apple (Manhattan, Kansas)? Eric Melin, co-host of Scene-Stealers****, caught up with the comedy genius while on the first stop of his Funny Or Die College Comedy Tour. He was also promoting his new movie about the American Basketball Association, "Semi-Pro." After taking a brief tour of Manhattan's highpoints (i.e., the bars), Eric journeyed to a sold-out Bramlage Coliseum where Will fucking Ferrell performed with Zach Galifianakas, Demetri Martin, and Nick Swardson. As Ron Burgandy, Ferrell also presented Kansas State University with an autographed Hammerhead shark. What more could you ask for? Enjoy Eric's one-on-one interview with Will Ferrell, even though he's no James Lipton.
Steve continues his conversation with Dr. Michael Dryden, a Professor of Veterinary Parasitology at Kansas State University, about the control of ticks on dogs and cats.
Coach Frank Martin of Kansas State and Brad Stevens of Butler University couldn't have more opposite coaching styles. We asked fans of each team
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Final version now available!
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Transcripts are now available as well:
couple of people have noted that the statement, "XML was created to do just that" (separate form from content) is misleading because CSS enables the same effect with HTML. I tried to integrate CSS into the video, but it ruined the flow. Perhaps in the next draft.
My statement on XML is based on the following from xml****: "In order to appreciate XML, it is important to understand why it was created. XML was created so that richly structured documents could be used over the web. The only viable alternatives, HTML and SGML, are not practical for this purpose. HTML, as we've already discussed, comes bound with a set of semantics and does not provide arbitrary structure."
Thank you all for the comments. With your help the next draft will be cleaned up and hopefully free of factual errors.
A higher quality version is available for download here: Please note that this is the second draft and the final version will not be available until late February after I review all comments and revise the video. Please return for a new download link at that time.
The song is "There's Nothing Impossible" by Deus, available for free at
Deus offers music under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0 license, yet one more example of the interlinking of people sharing and collaborating this video is attempting to illustrate.
Assistant Professor of Cultural Anthropology
Kansas State University
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You’d be hard pressed to find active insects during the frigid winter – but at Kansas State University, there’s one building where you can watch all sorts of creeping, crawling, and buzzing things, most every day of the year.
After receiving his Ph.D. from Kansas State University and his Psy.D. from Wright State University's School of Professional Psychology, Dr. Robert L. Suiter began a career providing mental-health services to members of the military, particularly the U.S. Air Force, and their families. Dr. Robert Suiter began his work as a mental-health provider at Irwin Army Hospital in Ft. Riley, Kansas, where he served as a Psychiatric Nurse Clinician.
He then became the Program Director of the Inpatient Mental Health Unit at Dettmer Hospital in Troy, Ohio, before joining the Air Force in 1984 for his residency. Appointed as the Chief of Mental Health Services at California's Edwards Air Force Base in 1986, Dr. Robert L. Suiter conducted more than a thousand Commander Directed Evaluations, helping the Air Force to judge fitness for service through his work on its Discharge Evaluation Boards and Sanity Panels. Dr. Robert L. Suiter subsequently held the same position at Guam's Anderson Air Force Base and the 22nd Strategic Hospital at California's March Air Force Base.
In addition to his work with soldiers, Dr. Robert L. Suiter also worked with many of the children, spouses, and other family members of military personnel, treating conditions ranging from depression and bipolar disorder to substance abuse and addiction. Over 200 hours of child-psychology internship experience allowed Dr. Robert Suiter to work with children and adolescents. He later completed another 100 hours of postdoctoral child-psychology training at UCLA.
After founding his own practice in 1989, Dr. Robert L. Suiter began transitioning from military mental health, building his reputation as a practitioner while remaining somewhat involved with the armed forces. As the Regional Director of the Resource Sharing Project, which aims to place civilian practitioners in military mental-health settings, Dr. Robert Suiter was responsible for 25 mental-health providers at six military institutions. He also served for two years as the Clinical Director of March Air Force Base's Adolescent Mental Health Unit. Today, Dr. Robert L. Suiter operates exclusively in clinical practice, focusing on psychological assessments with a specialty in forensic evaluations.